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Whole Body Cryotherapy


Health + Wellness 

  • Pain Relief in joints

  • Decreased muscle soreness

  • May help with depression, anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, migraines, and stress

Sports + Fitness

  • Fast recovery from stress of competitive sports or training

  • Reduced inflammation, swelling, and pain

  • Enhanced energy and endorphin release 

  • Improved muscle and motor unit activation 

  • Greater testosterone levels in men 

  • Improved post-surgery recovery 

  • Improved range of motion

Beauty + Anti-Aging

  • Cellulite reduction 

  • Boosted metabolism promoting weight loss

  • After effect that may burn 500-800 calories over the next several hours

  • Skin conditions improved- including psoriasis, blemishes, and acne

  • Collagen production increased- skin tone evened, visible signs of aging reduced


The cryofacial is performed by a cryo probe which releases vaporized liquid nitrogen across the face for 10 minutes to help aging skin, acne, inflammation, bruising and swelling. A CRYOfacial is a uses gentle bursts of pressurized, hyper-cooled air (-240F) to rapidly lower the surface temperature of your scalp and your skin on both the face and the neck. The cold temperature instantly causes your skin to tighten, which helps fill in wrinkles and fine lines.

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If  whole body cryotherapy (WBC)  isn't for you, try our spot treatment.  Spot Cryotherapy treatments are used to reduce pain, inflammation, bruising and swelling in targeted areas. Unlike Whole Body Cryotherapy, which triggers an internal systemic anti-inflammatory response in the body, Spot Cryotherapy is comparable to “icing”, but is much more powerful and efficient.

How does The cryotherapy chamber work?

Whole Body Cryotherapy places the body in extremely cold air ranging from ‐220°F to ‐280°F for two to three minutes. The skin is rapidly cooled down to about 32°F to 35°F. The experience is comfortable since the delivery of the extreme cold is completely dry. Reading signals from skin receptors, the brain realizes that it cannot fight this extreme cold and takes very unique actions. Rather than send warmed blood to the peripherals and skin, the body undergoes severe vasoconstriction of blood vessels and capillaries in order to keep the body’s core temperature at 98.6°F. Blood is shunted away from the peripherals and into an internal cycle to protect vital organs. This process triggers the enrichment (with hormones, enzymes, oxygen) of blood and circulation to the internal organs under
higher blood pressure.  When the cryotherapy session is completed, the body undergoes rapid vasodilation as the higher internal blood pressure drives the enriched blood back to the peripherals. The body has also released endorphins into the blood, providing a euphoric feeling and mood improvement.

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