Cryotherapy is the science of exposing the body to sub-zero temperatures of up to -140°C in order to stimulate multiple physical and mental health benefits.

Cryotherapy stimulates blood circulation, releases enhanced levels of endorphins, and increases the oxygen and nutrient supply to the areas of the body that need revitalising. It also speeds up muscle recovery, reduces tissue damage, decreases inflammation and relieves pain by increasing cellular survival and strengthening the immune system.

Using cold temperatures to treat pain and inflammation dates as far back as 2500 BC. As a powerful remedial science under the right conditions, cryotherapy can be used as a healing tool to activate and stimulate the body’s circulatory, nervous and energy systems. Exposing the entire body to cryogenically-cooled air promotes regeneration, recovery and restoration. This science is now readily available in our smart design machines.

These non-invasive, short and extremely cold bursts to the body induce physiological reactions that trigger healing, anti-ageing, and other restorative benefits. Additionally, the controlled cold environment has been proven to trigger an analgesic reaction in the neural mind leading to positive mood states, which can have a positive impact on depression, sleep disorders and overall wellbeing.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

All forms of cryotherapy treatments work on the same principle of reducing the surface temperature of the skin to 4°C in order to boost blood circulation and reduce inflammation. The increased circulation of healthy nutrients in the body stimulates various health benefits.

RECOGNIZE

REVITALIZE

RESTORE

THE HISTORY OF CRYOTHERAPY

The practice of applying low-temperature treatments dates back to Ancient Egypt, the Roman Empire and Greece.

A group of Polish scientists embraced cryotherapy as a form of physical therapy, developing an Olympic rehabilitation center in Spala, Poland.

2500 BC

1978

2000

2018

Japanese doctor, Dr. Yamaguchi, modernized whole body cryotherapy. He used freezing sessions to boost the immune system and treat arthritis.

Widely used across the globe for recovery from sports injuries, combating fatigue, promoting weight loss, helping with anti-aging and general wellbeing

The practice of applying low-temperature treatments dates back to Ancient Egypt, the Roman Empire and Greece.

2500 BC

Japanese doctor, Dr. Yamaguchi, modernized whole body cryotherapy. He used freezing sessions to boost the immune system and treat arthritis.

1978

A group of Polish scientists embraced cryotherapy as a form of physical therapy, developing an Olympic rehabilitation center in Spala, Poland.

2000

Widely used across the globe for recovery from sports injuries, combating fatigue, promoting weight loss, helping with anti-aging and general wellbeing

2018

BENEFITS OF CRYOTHERAPY

Health & Wellbeing

There are several noteworthy medical studies that show the benefits of cryotherapy for people that suffer from stress and have problems sleeping. Cryotherapy is a non-invasive method of inducing relaxation, elevating the mood and reducing stress through naturally increasing endorphin levels in the body.

Preventative Health

People who suffer from pain are now turning to cryotherapy to help them manage and reduce it. During a cryotherapy treatment, the body slows down nerve signal transmissions and releases a neurotransmitter that reduces pain sensitivity. The treatment also speeds up the recovery process by boosting the flow of nutrient-rich blood

Athletic Performance

Athletes of all disciplines are now turning to cryotherapy to help them perform better. With cryotherapy, you can train harder, longer and recover quicker to help you achieve maximum results from your workouts. During a °CRYO Body session, as temperatures rapidly cool, oxygen is pushed through the body to help reduce inflammation, relieve pain and recover the muscles.

Recovery & Healing

Most injuries cause the body to become inflamed and reducing this inflammation is how we recover from injuries. Cryotherapy can help you recover from most injuries much quicker by drastically reducing inflammation and boosting blood circulation throughout the injured area.

Anti-Aging & Beauty

Cryotherapy can help maintain a youthful appearance while reducing the signs of aging such as wrinkles, fine lines and blemishes. Cryotherapy stimulates collagen production in the deeper layers of skin resulting in a smoother, firmer and more youthful look.

“My orthopedic doctor recommended cryotherapy as I suffer from Achilles tendonitis and need to work out regularly. I found that °CRYO combined with physiotherapy helped me perform at my peak.”

Tomasso, Triathlete

Results may vary based on the individual.

WEIGHT LOSS

Cryotherapy combines science and nature to help promote natural loss of weight. Our treatments help stimulate blood flow throughout the body and boost the delivery of oxygenated blood, which leads to the increase of metabolic rate and in turn, lead to weight loss.

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