Welcome to Cryotherapy
You can ask anyone you know, nobody has a clue what it feels like to be exposed to -220 degrees Fahrenheit, simply because it does not even exist in the natural world. Come and visit us in Rocky Mountain and we will surprise you!
Colder Than Freezing Cold
In 1983, at the Soviet Vostok station in the Antarctic, it was -128.6 degrees Fahrenheit. This is probably the coldest temperature on Earth ever recorded, and you will not find a soul outside in this weather. More and more Americans are climbing into the cold chamber to experience Cryotherapy.
In the Cold Chamber
You step in the cold chamber wearing little more than socks, gloves, and underwear; we press a button, and liquid nitrogen envelops you with a beyond freezing blanket. This is a very dry cold, so the sensation is very unlike anything you have ever imagined, and far better than a cold shower or a cold bath!
In and Out in just a few minutes
Once in the cold chamber, you will be exposed to a temperature ranging between -200 and -300 degrees Fahrenheit, but this will only last a few minutes, and before you know it, you will come out with the feeling of being brand new, clear-headed, and fit as a baby! Cryotherapy has been used for a long time in Japan, but it is still relatively new in the US, which is maybe why there is a lot of misinformation and misjudgments. The cold increases blood circulation, puts the body in survival mode, drawing your blood from extremities and peripheries into vital organs. The blood is detoxified, becomes full of oxygen, enzymes, and nutrients; thus your body heals itself faster.