What is Whole Body Cryotherapy and the Cryosauna?

Cryotherapy is the use of a brief and intense exposure to cold that triggers the body’s natural healing process. Originally developed for the treatment of inflammation caused by rheumatoid arthritis, we have now found cryotherapy provides a wide range of benefits from sports recovery to weight loss, improved skin, better sleep and many more. The results are dramatically quick and surprisingly long lasting. With regular use, many have experienced chronic issues to be permanently resolved.

The cryosauna uses nitrogen gas to lower the client’s skin surface temperature from normal body temperature to 30 degrees Fahrenheit in 30 to 45 seconds and keeps it that way for 2-3 minutes. The skin reacts to the cold and sends messages to the brain that stimulates the body to go into survival mode by shunting blood from the extremities to the core where the blood is enriched with oxygen, enzymes and nutrients. As the body re-warms, this nutrient rich blood is pushed back to the extremities. Enriched blood promotes internal organ regeneration, expels toxins from subcutaneous layers, initiates cell renewal process, triggers replacement of damaged cells and eliminates dead cells from peripheral tissues. Or simply put, it is rejuvenation of the body at the cellular level.

Whole Body Cryotherapy Provides Benefits in Three Primary Settings

Healing and Repair

healing-and-repair– Decreases Fatigue, Soreness & Inflammation
– Accelerates Recovery, Improves Performance

– Boosts Immune System, Limits Colds & Flu

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Health and Wellness

health-and-wellness– Treats Autoimmune & Inflammatory Disorders
– Reduces Chronic Pain & Chronic Fatigue

– Activates Natural Biological Regeneration

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Beauty and Anti-aging


– Increases Collagen Production for Healthier Skin

– Reduces Cellulite, Skin Blemishes & Skin Aging

– Accelerates Metabolism for Weight Management

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