Worried about the first time?
Perhaps you've heard how great Whole Body Cryotherapy is for chronic pain, inflammation, sore muscles and other conditions, but you are curious how it all works. In the next few emails, we're going to answer some of the most commonly asked questions and do a little myth busting when it comes to Cryotherapy. Today, we'll give a brief overview of what happens when you step into the Cryosauna for Whole Body Cryotherapy
How Cold Does It Get?
Cryotherapy uses vaporized liquid nitrogen to lower your skin's surface temperature by 30-50° in 30 seconds or less, and you'll stay there for 2-3 minutes. Although it’s cold, your skin and organs don’t freeze because the session is so brief. Think of it like making a snow angel: you might feel cold for a moment, but you're having fun. And since there is no hydration is left on the skin after the treatment, you warm up again right away.
See Results Quickly
Clients suffering from inflammation and pain generally experience relief almost instantly. It typically takes a few sessions (5-10) before you can expect long-lasting results, but each session builds upon the previous one, so you'll notice the relief lasts longer each time you visit.