- $31 for a cryotherapy session ($60 value)
During cryotherapy, patients stand in a cryosauna chamber, which looks like a water-heater-shaped hot tub. Instead of filling with warm water, though, the chamber fills with cold, dry nitrogen vapor that can alleviate an array of conditions, including stress and arthritis, and also help fight against cellulitis. Due to the powerful nature of the vapor, sessions only last for two to three minutes. Click here to see a video and read about what it’s like to get cryotherapy.
Cryo Spa Natural Healing Center
The team at Cryo Spa Natural Healing Center blends natural and traditional holistic treatments, with an on-site massage therapist who provides deep-tissue, hot stone, and acupressure massage sessions. Their aim is to foster relaxation as well as to improve the overall health of the digestive, circulatory, and respiratory systems of their clients.
The business also lives up to its name by offering Cryosauna treatments. Friendly staffers usher clients into the Cryosauna chamber, which envelops them in a blanket of nitrogen vapor for three-minute intervals. The low temperature of nitrogen vapor to alleviate the symptoms of everything from arthritis and skin conditions to stress and fibromyalgia. The sub-zero temperature also promotes the release of endorphins and anti-inflammatory proteins to improve functions of the immune and metabolic systems. Because there's no humidity in the chamber, the temperature remains comfortable.
“Wow, I was pleasantly surprised with the massage I just got from Gail at Cryo...amazing and I will certainly booking another! The atmosphere was calming and clean,...”
“Wow, I was pleasantly surprised with the massage I just got from Gail at Cryo...amazing and I will certainly booking another! The atmosphere was calming and clean, the staff was courteous and professional, all around wonderful experience! ”
“Ask for Lisa she was amazing I haven't felt this good in a while”