Among cryotherapy’s benefits are enhanced workout recovery, relief from muscle pain, and heightened mental clarity
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What You'll Get
- Inside a cryotherapy tank, liquid nitrogen is used to create temperatures that reach as low as -250ºF. The extreme cold helps to produce therapeutic benefits such as reduced inflammation, pain relief, and increased mobility
- Average length of session: 2-3 minutes
- Add-ons: cryofacial, Celluma anti-aging treatment
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About Colorado Springs Cryotherapy
Colorado Springs Cryotherapy invites clients to step into its cryochamber for a whole host of wellness benefits. Chilled to a frosty -200 to -350 degrees, the subzero chamber works to reduce inflammation, promote weight loss, and help muscles bounce back after injury or a strenuous workout.
But the studio offers more than traditional whole-body cryotherapy. Cryo facials harness that same subzero power to fight wrinkles and blemishes, and spot cryo treatments deliver a dose of cold to specific body areas that have been experiencing pain or tightness. Colorado Springs Cryotherapy also offers NormaTec compression therapy, making the studio a one-stop shop for workout and injury recovery.