AKA “Frotox”

whole body cryo


“Cold Therapy”

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Whole Body Cryo discounts for groups of 5 or more. Available by appointment only 7 days a week.


What Is Cryotherapy?

Where it started

The history of Cryotherapy goes as far back as 2500 BCE when the Egyptians used cold to treat injuries and inflammation. Cryotherapy makes use of cold temperatures to treat disease and in 1978, medical doctor Toshima Yamauchi invented the cryotherapy we see today for treatment in serious cases of rheumatoid arthritis, inflammation, and muscle recovery. Due to the high level of success it quickly spread around Europe as a staple for trainers, athletes, and physical therapists. Now available in the United States, this therapy is used by numerous professional sports teams, chiropractors, and massage therapists to treat muscle aches, reduce pain, increase recovery time, and recover from surgeries.

How does it work?

Our high-tech cryotherapy chamber works by administering nitrogen gas which cools the chamber to approximately -300F. It takes just 3 minutes to cool the skin surface by about 30-40 degrees. This process triggers the bodies survival mechanisms, thus releasing endorphins and also causing rapid circulation of blood flow. Capillaries expand up to four times the normal amount enabling white blood cells to access and heal injuries faster. The end result being improved skin elasticity and texture, reduced inflammation, and an increase in stamina and a boost of energy.

What are the benefits?

  • Reduce Inflammation

  • Relieve Aches & Pains

  • Speed Up Muscle Repair

  • Eliminate Toxins & Lactic Acid

  • Boost Metabolism

  • Burn (500-800) Calories

  • Increase Energy

  • Improve Sleep

  • Improve Immune System

  • Boost Cognitive Function

  • Healthy Skin

  • Increase Collagen

  • Reduce Cellulite

How often should i go?

We recommend everyone to start out with at least 10 sessions. For specific recommendations based on your own personal goals, please visit the spa or email us using the contact button below.

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