Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy is the use of cold treatment and has been around since the 17th century. However, it wasn’t until the late 70’s that a doctor from Japan realized the extensive advantages of short term sessions in a cryosauna. From Japan, cryotherapy moved to Europe where researchers determined that whole body cryotherapy can have significant health benefits. 

During a whole body cryotherapy session, the body is exposed to sub-zero temperatures for three minutes in order to promote recovery, performance, wellness, beauty, and weight loss benefits.

How It Works

Step 1 Cooling the Body

The cryosauna is cooled with nitrogen gas that is at a temperatures as low as -280°F. Cold sensors in the skin signal the brain which causes blood to rush to the body's core. Toxins are flushed and blood is enriched with oxygen and all the necessary enzymes and nutrients.

Step 2 Recovery Acceleration

After a session, the oxygenated and enriched blood rushes back through the body accelerating the natural recovery process. The release of endorphins, metabolic rate and production of collagen are accelerated. The endorphin released reduces pain and inflammation. The increase in metabolic rate allows the body to burn 600-800 additional calories and the production of collagen improves whole body skin elasticity and smoothness.

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Benefits of Cryotherapy

Pain Management

Inflammation Disorders

Decrease muscle Recovery time

Enhance athletic performance

Boost energy levels

Reduce inflammation

Improve circulation

Elevate mood

Improve sleep

Promote weight loss

Boost collagen production

Anti-aging

Skin Rejuvenation