Beginning in 1979, The Everett House Hot Tubs became Portland's Premiere Relaxation and Freedom Facility for healing your self from the day, and providing an atmosphere of freedom and pure release.


The Everett House Community Hot Tub Is Back! 

In January 2013, the Everett House Hot Tub returned to our facility.

Everett House Community Hot Tub Spa


Hydrotherapy benefits...

  • Lower blood pressure
  • Better circulation
  • Improved sleep
  • Stress Releif
  • Muscle Relaxation
  • Releif of Joint Pain

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iconYour body responds to injury by not only increasing blood flow, which results in swelling, but also by tightening the muscles around the injured area.

The reason muscles around the injured area tighten is that it serves as protection against further injury, but this response creates painful spasms.

Using the hot tub promotes healing with increased blood flow and the jets provide a kneading force to the muscles that are in spasm.


iconIf you have trouble with insomnia, a hot tub session is an excellent way to wind down and increase the quality of your sleep.

Warm water massage can stimulate your body to release endorphins and these endorphins help reduce stress.

The National Sleep Foundation suggests that soaking in hot water, such as in a hot tub, for 15 minutes 90 minutes prior to retiring to bed can ease the transition into deeper and higher quality of rest.