Whole Body Cryotherapy

Pricing

* Single Session – $65
* 5-Session Package – $300 ($60 Each)
* 10-Session Package – $500 ($50 Each)

What Is Whole Body Cryotherapy?

Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) uses liquid nitrogen to expose the body to ultra-low temperatures (about -240°F) which causes an immediate immune response from the body. The method of fast cooling makes your body go into survival mode, which causes more blood to flow into essential organs and supplies oxygen as well as nutrients to your body. By doing so, it has been shown to reduce inflammation, promote anti-aging, help boost metabolism, and enhance mood. Unlike traditional ice baths that require painful submersion in ice water for about 15 minutes, WBC sessions are painless, more effective and last a maximum of three minutes.

Origins of Whole Body Cryotherapy:

Whole body cryotherapy was first developed in Japan around 1978. It was developed to treat rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis. WBC is still used in Japan, throughout Europe, and has been increasingly growing in the United States over the last decade. In the United States, it first became popular among professional athletes ever since the 2011 NBA champions, the Dallas Mavericks, credited WBC treatments with helping them win their first league championship. Now, many professional athletes use WBC on a regular basis.

Health Benefits:

* Reduces Inflammation
     • Promotes rapid healing
     • Helps minimize pain
     • Promotes muscle and joint health
* Anti-aging
     • Promotes increased production of collagen which helps skin regain elasticity
* Metabolism Booster
     • The body responds to the cold by boosting metabolism
     • The body burns calories in an effort to warm itself
* Mood Enhancer
     • Hormonal benefits caused by therapy (increased endorphins) can help improve mood
     • Can help those who suffer from depression, anxiety, or both

Session Details:

* Length of Session: 2-3 minutes
*Description: You will be standing inside the closed cryo cabin for the entire session with your head just above the rim of liquid nitrogen fog. You will feel very cold, but it is quite tolerable.
* Average Temperature: -240°F
* Clothing: Men must wear underwear and women can go nude. We provide dry socks, gloves and slippers that you will wear in the cryo cabin (your robe is removed once you’re inside the cabin). You will need to remove all metal jewelry from your body.

Tips for the Participant:

* Do not get wet, perspire, or apply thick lotion within 1 hour prior to your cryo session.
* Drink 8 ounces of water soon after your cryo session.
* Perform some gentle stretches and movement after your cryo session.
* Stand as wide as possible while in the cabin, but DO NOT touch the inside walls.

Do Not Use Whole Body Cryotherapy If You…

* Have been medically advised not to use Whole Body Cryotherapy
* Are pregnant
* Have high blood pressure
* Have a known skin allergy that reacts to the cold
* Have circulation issues or disease
* Have Lupus
* Are under 5 feet tall
* Are not acclimated to the altitude
* Have COPD
* Have Raynaud’s Syndrome
* Have arrhythmia or symptomatic cardiovascular disease
* Have a pacemaker
* Suffer from seizures
* Currently have a fever
* Have acute kidney or liver disease
* Have a tumor
* Are wet from swimming or sweating

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: How often should I use Whole Body Cryotherapy?
The frequency will depend upon your own individual health and wellness goals. We recommend at least 2-3 times per week. For more aggressive results, every day is recommended.

Q: Will I be able to stand the cold?
Yes! There is no actual freezing, only the feeling of being cold. You will be safe with the protective gloves, socks and slippers we provide for you. WBC is much more comfortable than a traditional ice bath and most clients are surprised at how easy it is to handle.

Q: What should I do while I am in the cryotherapy cabin?
Upon entering the cryotherapy cabin, you will step up onto the platform. DO NOT grab/touch the sides of the cabin once you are inside. While in the cabin, after the doors are shut and you have handed your robe to the attendant, stand as wide as you can without touching the sides of the cabin. You are welcome to move around to disperse the cold if needed.

Q: How will I feel after the treatment?
Great! During a session the body releases endorphins, which are the hormones in the body responsible for making you feel good and energetic.