Whole-Body Cryotherapy

Cryotherapy is a treatment that uses cold temperatures to promote natural healing and wellness before or after workouts. Whole-body Cryotherapy alleviates muscle soreness by exposing the body to temperatures colder than -200°F for approximately three minutes. For average workout warriors and athletes of all levels, Cryotherapy can help make sure you don't miss a workout due to injury or soreness. 

Whole-body Cryotherapy Treatment

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The Cryosauna is a cylindrical chamber where the actual cryotherapy treatment takes place. The treatment uses gasiform nitrogen to rapidly lower the skin's top layer to 32°F while cabin temperature drops to a range of -20°F to -274°F. During the two to three minutes of extreme cold, the brain stimulates the body's organ regulatory functions, resulting in increased energy, cell rejuvenation, immune system boost, and overall system self-healing.

Athletic Recovery


Cryotherapy has become an effective recovery method for muscle and joint injuries, as well as a way of helping prevent future injuries by significantly reducing post-workout inflammation after strenuous exercise. One of the most crucial and oftentimes overlooked components of a healthy workout program is the recovery process, and Cryotherapy can play a pivotal role not only in healing but maintaining optimal strength and conditioning. 



Everyone's fitness goal should be to stay strong and healthy for as long as possible. Cryotherapy can help make that happen. To maximize performance and maintain competitive fitness advantages, athletes of all levels as well as average workout warriors should consider adding Whole-body Cryotherapy to their existing training and recovery regimen for results that include improved muscle recovery and healing, decreased muscle fatigue, and faster overall recovery time. There's a better way to recover, and cryotherapy could just be what your body needs. 

Muscle & Joint Repair - Accelerated Soft Tissue Healing

Whole-body Cryotherapy is often an athlete's go-to when it comes to injury prevention and healing, as well as to round out their already robust health and wellness plan. And why not? After all, the benefits are numerous, including: 

  • Improved recovery time during training and from injury
  • Increased energy levels and stamina
  • Reduced inflammation throughout the body
  • Relief of pain in joints and muscles
  • Improved athletic performance
  • Decreased muscle soreness
  • Release of “feel good” endorphins
  • Faster, more rapid healing

Recovery Health and Wellness

Cryotherapy isn't just for athletes in training. For many people who are simply looking for pain relief, Cryotherapy has been shown to significantly improve symptoms related to:

  • Arthritis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Tendonitis and joint inflammation 
  • Psoriasis
  • Depression, anxiety, and stress
  • Sleep disorders
  • Postoperative recovery

Anti-Aging Benefits

Cryotherapy often works at the surface level as well. The effects of Cryotherapy can extend beyond the muscles themselves as oxygenated, nutrient-rich blood makes its way back to the surface of the skin following a treatment. A fountain of youth? Not necessarily. But it has been shown that cryotherapy assists in achieving a more youthful appearance by reducing fine lines and wrinkles, as well as other signs of aging. Smoother skin and a healthier complexion, plus increased metabolism help add to the list of reasons why Cryotherapy could be a nice addition to your overall health and wellness.