Our namesake service, cryotherapy is a modern technique that targets your body’s natural metabolic and lymph systems to burn fat, boost weight loss, increase energy, and reduce inflammation.
What is it?
A brief and effective treatment, cryotherapy is the body’s exposure to extreme cold (typically below -200°F). Submerged below the head for a matter of minutes, the client’s body enters Fight or Flight mode, rushing blood to the body’s core and boosting its metabolic rate. As the client exits the chamber, the rush of adrenaline and endorphins elevates mood, builds immunity, and reduces pain caused by inflammation.
On average, clients can expect to burn 6-800 calories per session.
What are the benefits?
A relatively modern trend, cryotherapy is empirically proven for a variety of indications. When performed under professional supervision, this non-invasive is a risk-free alternative to costly and painful procedures.
Cryotherapy for Wellness
Cryotherapy is an effective treatment for a variety of health concerns. Among others, cryotherapy is recommended for chronic pain, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, joint inflammation, autoimmune diseases, and post-surgery recovery.
Cryotherapy for Mental Health
Stress, anxiety, depression, and insomnia have all been shown to be reduced with professional cryotherapy treatment.
Cryotherapy for Aesthetics
Cryotherapy is a cost-effective method to treat inflammatory diseases such as eczema and psoriasis. By improving blood circulation and increasing metabolism, it has also been shown to build collagen, reduce cellulite, and improve the overall tone and texture of skin.
Cryotherapy for Pain
An affordable complement to physical therapy, cryotherapy is a perfect way to improve mobility, increase energy, speed muscle recovery, and reduce both inflammation and lactic acid build-up.
Those who engage in a daily exercise regimen are encouraged to add cryotherapy to their recovery routine. From athletes to those simply looking for sore muscle relief, cryotherapy is shown to accelerate recovery, assist pain management, and decrease inflammation after an injury.