Enjoy the anti-aging and anti-inflammatory benefits of our Juka Cryotherapy Sauna. Our cryosauna is a single person whole body cryotherapy (WBC) treatment that exposes the body to extremely cold temperatures to activate your body’s natural healing mechanism. The exposed skin reacts to the temperature by signaling the brain to activate natural regulatory functions to release anti-inflammatory molecules, endorphins and toxins and to increase blood oxygen circulation. Average treatment time is 3 minutes.
A Cryo Facial is a non-invasive, pain free, relaxing and refreshing cold treatment applied to the scalp, face, neck and chest during a 10-minute session that stimulates a variety of anti-aging benefits.
Reverse Signs of Aging
Tightens Skin and Shrinks Pores
Increases Collagen Production
Decreases Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Local Cryotherapy can be used to target specific areas of the body, delivering the benefits of Whole Body Cryotherapy locally. Clients frequently combine this treatment with Whole Body Cryotherapy, to treat specific problem areas.
Reduction of Muscle Soreness
Quicker Injury Recovery Time
Speeds Up Sports Recovery
Reduces Pain & Inflammation
Improves Joint Function
More Powerful and Efficient Than Icing
What is the minimum age for Cryotherapy?
The minimum age for cyotherapy is 13 years old. Individuals under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to receive cryotherapy.
Do I have to remove my make-up for a cryofacial?
No, the treatment is quick, easy and refreshing and leaves the skin glowing.
How do I feel after a session?
Whole Body Cryotherapy stimulates the body to release endorphins that make us feel alert and energetic. The energized effects from each session typically last 6 to 8 hours post treatment. The more treatments you do in close succession, the longer the endorphin high lasts. Many clients also report improvements in their sleep quality and a decrease in aches and pains
How does whole body cryotherapy compare to an ice bath?
Ice baths involve the immersion of the body in ice water between 45F to 32F for 15-20 minutes. Whereas cryosauna results can be achieved in 3 minutes. Wet cold is more difficult to tolerate than the dry cold of the cryosauna. The benefits of cryotherapy are more significant and quicker than ice baths
What should I wear during a cryotherapy treatment?
Because of the very low temperatures, clients are required to wear cotton or wool foot and hand protection plus cotton underwear (for men) to protect genitals. All other clothing is removed. Jewelry should not be worn. You are given a robe to use while getting in and out of the chamber so that you have complete privacy.
Do I need to take a Shower before or after Cryotherapy?
Showering is not necessary before or after cryotherapy. The entire procedure is dry and does not make your skin wet.
Is there anyone who shouldn’t do cryotherapy?
Anyone who is pregnant, has severe unmanaged hypertension (BP> 180/100), has a cardiac pacemaker, is being treated for cancer, has a history of deep vein thrombosis, acute or recent myocardial infarction, uncontrolled seizures, fever, unstable angina pectoris, Raynaud’s syndrome, cold allergy, acute kidney and urinary tract diseases, open wounds or ulcers, or is under influence of drugs or alcohol is advised not to use Cryotherapy.
Is one Cryochamber treatment enough?
While every therapy session is beneficial and you’ll feel immediate results, research has shown that you will experience improved and cumulative benefits after a minimum of 10 sessions, within a 2-3 week period. After that you can maintain and improve on your results with treatments 1-2 times per week.
Is Nitrogen Gas Dangerous?
No, nitrogen is a friendly, non-toxic gas. Nitrogen composes 78% of the air that we breathe. The other components are 16% Oxygen, 1% Hydrogen and 5% other gasses. Nitrogen is as common and safe as Oxygen.
Is Cryotherapy Dangerous?
No, the liquid nitrogen that is used as a chilling agent does not come into contact with your skin, and it is the same nitrogen that makes up the air we breathe. In the chamber, a person breathes room-air. For added safety, chambers are equipped with an oxygen monitor. A trained operator is always present during the treatment to control the temperature levels and monitor your comfort.
If I am claustrophobic, can I still use the cryotherapy chamber?
Yes. The cryochamber is open at the top and adjusted to fit the height of the client, and your head and neck are always above the opening so you are not fully enclosed. Although the cryochamber has a door that will be closed during the treatment, it will not be locked so you may step out at any time if needed.
Is Cryotherapy comfortable?
The treatment usually only lasts between 1.5 to 3 minutes, and the cold air does not contain any moisture, nor is there any air current, so it is very tolerable. Towards the end of the treatment, you may get a pins and needles sensation, but it’ll disappear immediately after leaving the cryochamber.