Pools & Jacuzzi in Brussels
ASPRIA ARTS-LOI : a 21 meters pool in the heart of the European quarter
This club is open to an international clientele who whishes to enjoy a moment of relaxation.
Come and dive into the pool, join one of the 140 group classes, including aquagym or unwind in its many relaxation areas.
ASPRIA AVENUE LOUISE : a luxurious pool in the heart of Brussels
Aspria Avenue Louise welcomes you in a sumptuous nineteenth century building, in which you can enjoy a lot of luxuous equipments : spa with sauna, hammam, relaxation, ultramodern gym, etc. All of these prestigious settings make this club an exceptional club that will satisfy a demanding clientele.
ASPRIA ROYAL LA RASANTE WOLUWE : 2 pools in a green area
You can take swimming lessons for all ages, but also enjoy aquagym classes, 7 tennis courts, a nursery for your little ones and a wide range of children’s activities.
Not forgetting the fitness and group classes.
WELLNESS HELENA - Brussels
- private booking of the centre
- sauna, hammam, jacuzzi
- swimming pool
Tel : 02 / 466 00 49
Ô SIAM WELLNESS - Brussels
Tel : 02 / 216 30 05
Wellness space at Poseidon sport club
Also saunas, steam baths and solariums.
Tel : 02 / 771 66 55
ESPADON - Brussels
Tel : 02 / 640 38 38
SPA LOUISE - Brussels
AQUA HEAVEN - swimming pool in Brussels
Tel : 02 / 270 17 17
PISCINE LONGCHAMP - Uccle
- swimming school
Tel : 02 / 374 90 05
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Take a moment to relax
Bubble baths are known for their benefits on mental and physical health. First of all, the heat of the water and the hydromassage reduce anxiety and muscular soreness. That is the reason why it is recommended after a hard workout or a cardio session. If you often experience insomnia or if you have trouble falling asleep, hot tubs are a good solution for the same reasons.
It is also good for people with osteoporosis as well as elderly people who suffer from rheumatism or heavy legs, athletes with joints problems and persons with a bad circulation are also advised to take the time for a hot tub session beacause it dilate blood vessels.
As it helps circulation, it also reduces blood pressure in your head; therefore people who suffer from headaches or migraines are also advised to immerse themselves in a jacuzzi.
In addition, the action of hot water helps to recover after a physical effort. That’s why it’s used by athletes after their training.
It is recommended not to stay more than 30 minutes in the hot tub to avoid hyperthermia or somnolence. This activity is not advised if you have heart problems or while pregnant.