Cryotherapy reduces recovery time and muscle soreness by acting as anti-inflammatory and allowing you to train, recover, and perform at the optimal level.If you’ve tried everything to get rid of those aches and pains that come post workout with age and stress, use Cryotherapy to

  • Remove D.O.M.S
  • Remove lactic acid
  • Remove lactic acid
  • Slow down neural pain pathway
  • Relieves stress and anxiety
  • Boosts production of “feel good” chemicals
  • Improves sleep quality
  • Post surgical recovery
  • Enhanced performance
  • Jet Lag



Pain relief effects of cryotherapy are related to key changes occurring in the body.First, the neural pathway signal is slowed. Reducing the amount of nerve signals getting through to the brain.Secondly nor-epinephrine levels increase at a robust level. This stress-induced chemical reduces pain sensitivity as a protective mechanism whilst in extreme temperatures as well as being an anti inflammatory.If you’ve tried everything to get rid of those aches and pains that come with age and stress, use Cryotherapy to:

  • Relieve pain naturally and instantly
  • Decreases inflammation
  • Treat pain naturally / non invasive
  • Produce of “feel good” hormones
  • Suppress pain
  • Improves sleep quality
  • Strengthens immune system



Cold therapy has been used for decades to slow down the aging process, achieve tighter smoother skin and enhance wellness and health If your preference is to have natural non invasive beauty benefits Cryotherapy will:

  • Stimulate Collagen Production
  • Eliminates toxins found in skin
  • Reduces the appearance of Cellulite
  • Healthier, fuller, luscious hair
  • Improves skin disorders such as acne, psoriasis & eczema
  • Strengthen immune system
  • Inhibits collagenase production (enzyme thats breaks down collagen)


Increases metabolism, due to the:

  • Cold-induced thermogenesis which occurs as a biological response to producing heat to warm the body thus boosting energy and burning fat.
  • Increase in mitochondria which increases brown fat and is associated with trending towards a lower body fat percentage as well as a higher tolerance to withstanding the cold for a longer period of time.


Optimises mental performance, due to:

  • The robust release of norepinephrine (a neurotransmitter and hormone) into the bloodstream and brain. This means cryotherapy may help to improve focus, attention and mood.
  • The release of cold shock proteins in the brain, in particular RNA binding motif 3 (RBM3). This means cryotherapy may help support memory by preventing the loss of synapses which delays the brain from aging and decelerates neurodegenerative diseases, i.e. Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.


Reduces inflammation, due to:

The increase in norepinephrine,
which has been found to:

  • Decrease a very potent molecule (tumour necrosis factor alpha (TNF alpha) which has been implicated in almost every human disease ranging from type 2 diabetes to inflammatory bowel disease to cancer.
  • Decrease other nasty chemicals such as macrophage inflammatory protein 1α (MIPI α), which is produced by immune cells and may play a role in rheumatoid arthritis
  • Alleviate pain symptoms associated with illnesses and injuries.
  • It is important to note, that inflammation is a key driver of the aging process which is associated with most age related diseases and inhibits the release of serotonin from neurons which is linked to mood, happiness, and positive outlook.


Increases the activation of very potent genetic antioxidant enzymes (which are exponentially more powerful than supplemental antioxidants) – including glutathione reductase and superoxide dismutase – which are in your mitochondria preventing damage to important cellular components every second of the day. This antioxidant activity plays an extremely important role in helping your body to stay healthy and cancer free.


Increases athletic performance due to the reduction in inflammation and increase in anti-inflammatory factors which play a role in muscle repair. Furthermore, research suggests that the production of a cold shock protein called RBM3 may serve as a generalized mechanism for preventing the loss of muscle mass.


Improves sleep quality, due to the:

  • Decrease in surface body temperature.
  • The activity of the central nervous system
  • Cold-induced thermogenesis which can reset your circadian rhythm


Increases the production of collagen in your skin due to the significant increase in blood flow from the short lived constriction of blood vessels which is then followed by a dilation. Collagen production has a direct influence on improving the elasticity and firmness of your skin thus reducing cellulite. Cryotherapy has been found to have a positive effect on the regenerative process of the skin.


Inhibits harmful collagenase activity on collagen, which is an enzyme that breaks down collagen. Cryotherapy has been found to have a positive effect on the age-related process of the skin