Pain Management

Reduce Inflammation

The cold Cryotherapy temperatures will cause the body to go through vasoconstriction, which will cause the blood vessels to contract, thus limiting the out pour of inflammation causing white blood cells.

Increase Blood-flow

During a Cryotherapy session, the brain will sense the drop in skin surface temperature immediately. In reaction, it will have blood flow inwards towards the core region. Here the blood will become highly oxygenated, collect proteins and enzymes and then flow back out to the extremities when the session is over with.

Pain Masking

The Cryotherapy cold induced temperatures will trigger the release of adrenaline and other pain masking chemicals.

Athletic Recovery

Quicker Recovery Time
Whole Body Cryotherapy helps the body recover after intense exercise by flushing out the muscles and delivering oxygen and nutrients to the muscles, while also dramatically recusing post exercise inflammation otherwise known as DOMS.

Pre-Work Out Energy
The release of adrenalin and other endorphins during a Whole Body Cryotherapy session can cause individuals to experience a sudden burst of energy that can last for hours.


Increased Collagen Production
The intense cold (-270) of a Cryotherapy session activates collagen production in the deeper layers of the skin, leaving your skin firm and tight. After several treatments, clients have noticed the skin becoming smoother and more even toned with regained elasticity and improved overall “youthful” feeling.

Tightened Skin
Frequent Whole Body Cryotherapy tightens the skin and prevents wrinkles. During Cryotherapy treatment the skin vessels and capillaries undergo a period of vasoconstriction (constriction of blood vessels) followed by vasodilatation (dilation of blood vessels) upon finishing the session. This causes toxins stored in the layers of the skin to be broken down and flushed away.


Increased Energy
The brain releases natural “feel good” endorphins to help cope with the extreme Cryotherapy cold temperatures. These same endorphins increase energy levels and leave you with a euphoric feeling for reported up to 8 hours by clients following a session.

Improved Mood
Whole body Cryotherapy has been successfully studied for depressive disorders and is used for this indication in several hospitals in Europe today. Cryotherapy eases depression by triggering a release of adrenaline and endorphins into the blood stream. The release of endorphins reduces stress by decreasing levels of anxiety and irritability.

Improved Sleep
Many individuals experience deeper and better sleep following Cryotherapy sessions.

Why Cold?

The use of cold dates back as early as 2500 BC, when the Egyptians used it to treat injuries and inflammation. In Europe and Asia, the practice of using Cryotherapy to promote athletic recovery and enhance performance began decades ago. Application of cold is a well-accepted method for treating inflammation and injury. Some practitioners and therapists have adopted Whole Body Cryotherapy as an adjunct to other types of treatments for a range of symptoms and conditions. The only cold modality in the world that will allow for the re-routing of blood is Whole Body Cryotherapy, making it not only the quickest cold modality, but the most effective as well.