Whole Body Cryotherapy uses ultra cold temperatures to provide quick, powerful physical recovery.  The Cryo chamber surrounds your body, up to the neck, with extremely cold (up to -220°F) nitrogen gas.  This dry chill allows you to experience a cooling sensation while naturally triggering your body’s most powerful healing and wellness mechanisms. 

The significant drop in temperature causes your body to activate a CNS (Central Nervous System) response that pushes blood to your core (for function of protecting internal organs) where it then recirculates. All cryotherapy sessions have a 3 minute maximum.


  • Reduce pain, swelling and inflammation
  • Speed muscle recovery time
  • Boost performance, energy and mood
  • Increase collagen production, helps treat skin conditions
  • Strengthen immune system
  • Burns calories
  • Athletic recovery


Cryo Session - $39

One individual,
3 minute (max) cryo session.



You must wear the provided foot and hand protection, and your own cotton underwear. All other clothing, jewelry and metal must be removed.

Chamber time is up to three minutes maximum. First time cryotherapy users will have an orientation and sign a waiver.
After your session, your body will release endorphins, which are hormones that make you feel alert and energetic. Depending on your physical condition, you may feel relief from muscle aches, stiffness and notice improved sleep that may last for several hours or even days.
Yes, during the session, your skin’s temperature will drop, but your core temperature will remain at 98.6°.
Cryotherapy is not recommended for those with heart conditions, high blood pressure and respiratory disease. For hypothyroidism, TB, respiratory diseases, heart conditions, nervous system diseases and blood diseases, amongst others, there is a greater risk of cryotherapy side effects and some of them can be severe and/or dangerous. Additionally, there is a greater risk of cryotherapy side effects in persons who are over the age of sixty five, those with substance abuse problems, persons with emotional disorders and those who have known problems with cold tolerance. If any of these conditions apply to you please consult a doctor before trying Cryotherapy and please direct medical questions to your doctor.

A person must be tall enough to have their head fully out of the chamber, present no contraindications, and have a parent/guardian on site to sign their waiver and wait for the duration of their appointment.

Cryotherapy can only be safely performed when the skin is completely dry, therefore, it must be done FIRST when paired with another service. Additionally, cryo is not recommended for use before floating, as the body releases endorphins during cryo, which may make it difficult to relax while floating. If you have made appointments that are in opposition to these recommendations, don’t worry, just get in touch and we can help you reschedule.