Dry infrared heat can help increase circulation and ease pain and stiffness
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- How it works: Infrared heat permeates to the body’s core faster than the warm air of a regular sauna, elevating the heart rate to help boost the metabolism.
- Benefits: On top of the traditional benefits of a sauna session—relaxed muscles and a cleansing, heat-induced sweat—infrared saunas can also play a role in weight-loss regimens.
Need To Know
Setting the thermostat to –240ºF may sound crazy, but the certified technicians at Cryology are well versed in the safe use and reputed effects of freezing temperatures on the body. Through the use of a state-of-the-art cryo sauna, clients are briefly exposed to sub-zero temperatures for up to 3 minutes. The completely dry, yet chilling experience works by taking advantage of the body’s natural filtration system, quickly removing toxins and inflammatory properties. This allows clean, healthy, oxygenated blood to enrich the skin and muscles, resulting in reduced pain and inflammation and a shortened recovery time. The arctic environment can improve skin conditions and even reduce cellulite, all while boosting the body’s metabolic rate. The surge of endorphins allows patrons to feel rejuvenated and refreshed after stepping out of the cryo sauna.
Cryology's thermostat extends in all directions, offering infrared sauna sessions that use the direct application of heat to raise the body's core temperature, resulting in a deep, detoxifying sweat. The infrared light allows heat to gently penetrate tissue, joints, and muscle to relieve a number of aches, pains, and chronic conditions. The treatment has also proven an effective measure for weightloss, with sessions that can burn upwards of 600 calories without any active physical exertion.