Whole Body Cryotherapy


Whole Body Cryotherapy is a non-invasive therapy that triggers the body’s natural fight or flight response to accelerate recovery and decrease inflammation throughout body. After just 2-3 minutes of exposure to the extreme cold (3 minutes max), you will notice a boost in energy, relief of muscle and/or joint pain, and many other positive benefits as listed below.


What do I wear?


We will provide you with slippers, socks, gloves, shorts, sports bra, mask, and a robe to ensure all safety requirements are met. All you have to do is walk in and we got you covered.

Do I need to book a reservation?


It is not required for you to book a reservation, but we highly recommend it. This gives us the opportunity to give you the full guest experience. Find a location near you and give us a call to book your reservation.


Benefits of Whole Body Cryotherapy:


  • Decrease inflammation and pain
  • Mood enhancement
  • Anti-aging and skin rejuvenation
  • Increase metabolism
  • Increase energy levels
  • Improve sleep
  • Improve collagen production
  • Reduce acne and skin blemishes
  • Refine skin appearance
  • Reduce anxiety and depression
  • Relief of headaches and migraines
  • Help with Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Reduce oxidative stress
  • Boost immune system
  • Helps with restless leg syndrome

History of Whole Body Cryotherapy:


Cryotherapy, or as the original Greek of the name suggests, ‘cold cure’, has existed in some form or another for a long time. Although it has evolved into a fairly sophisticated system in the present age, it was one of the earliest, primitive cures.

Whole Body Cryotherapy was advanced in Japan in the late 1970s by the renowned Japanese rheumatologist, Toshima Yamaguchi. He utilized his cryotherapy research in providing localized freezing treatments on his patients, in short sessions, for pain management of rheumatoid arthritis and other pain issues.

Dr. Yamaguchi found this rapid temperature decrease on the outer layer of skin (epidermis) led to the immediate release of endorphins, causing people to become less sensitive to pain.

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