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BENEFITS OF CRYOTHERAPY

CRYOTHERAPY TREATMENT BENEFITS
FOR MIND & BODY

Cryogenic Freezing Therapy is the process of using liquid nitrogen to hyper cool the
body for 3 minutes in freezing cold temperatures. Whole body Cryotherapy chambers
are cold and dry and are similar to how athletes use ice baths or how you would ice a
sprained ankle.

Literally meaning ‘cold therapy,’ cryotherapy stimulates the body’s natural healing
abilities through exposure to subzero temperatures. By exposing the skin to extreme
cold, the brain and body react in uniquely beneficial ways that can boost metabolism by
up to 300% and burn up to 500-800 calories.

Cryotherapy releases anti-inflammatory proteins and endorphins, helping to reduce
inflammation and pain.

For clients who want to target a specific area of pain, inflammation, or cellulite, we offer
localized cryotherapy as well as cryo-facials which tone and tighten your skin. Both of
these therapies entail spraying the vaporized liquid nitrogen onto the area of focus.

 

For Whole Body Cryotherapy, the first Freeze Therapy session lasts usually 60 to 90
seconds to help you get acclimated with the cold. After that, we will work with you to
determine the duration from 2 to 3 minutes for each session. You may end the session
at any time. For Localized and Facial Cryotherapy, each session lasts up to 10 minutes.

WHOLE BODY CRYOSAUNA
CHAMBER BENEFITS
  • Alleviation of muscle and joint pain- Like an ice bath, cryotherapy relieves and reduces pain as the cold causes blood vessels to constrict.

  • Promotion of weight-loss- Cryotherapy is known to burn hundreds of calories in a matter of minutes and can speed up your weight loss journey.

  • Anxiety and depression relief- The extreme cold causes the release of adrenaline, noradrenaline, and endorphins which are known to affect moods.

  • Reduced signs of aging- Cryotherapy is great for skin health including reducing wrinkles.

  • Better sleep patterns- Exposing your body to the cold causes the release of norepinephrine which can affect your sleep cycles.