Whole Body Cryotherapy

3 minutes to optimal Health and Performance

How Does it work

Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) uses liquid nitrogen to cool air in the cryo chamber to between -124 C to -180 (-184°F and -292°F) to cool your body’s skin temperature for a small duration of 2-3 minutes. The exposure of the skin to this extreme temperature creates a stress response in the body; enough to stimulate the body’s natural defense mechanisms but not enough to cause harm or damage.

This brief extreme cold exposure causes the blood vessels near the skin to contract (vasoconstriction) and re-route blood to major organs to
maintain your core body temperature. During this process, your blood fills with oxygen, nutrients, and healing enzymes to enable it to survive
the event. Following your treatment, the blood vessels dilate (vasodilation) and the enriched blood rushes back to your skin and muscle tissues.
Oxygenated blood is circulated and may increase collagen production and release anti-inflammatories to help relieve pain, soothe swollen joints
and accelerate healing. In addition to anti-inflammatories, the release of ‘feel good’ endorphins may have you feeling positive, refreshed and
relaxed. In addition, research is revealing increases in metabolic rate and boosted immune function.

The most profound impact associated with WBC is the impact on inflammation and thus pain, and many other disorders associated with
excessive inflammation. Below is a list of reported benefits:

What to wear during a WBC session


Clean Shorts or boxers
Warm Socks


Clean Shorts or boxers
Sports Bra
Warm Socks