The Cryosauna

/The Cryosauna
The Cryosauna 2018-07-13T18:29:46+00:00

The only Cryosauna in Santa Fe

Step into a chamber surrounded by dry, cold air for 1-3 minutes where the temperature of your skin initially drops approximately 32 degrees before rising to 95 degrees. The benefits are many, including enriched blood supply which creates favorable conditions for internal organ regeneration and for expelling of toxins from subcutaneous layers. You experience rejuvenation of the body at the cellular level while “burning” between 700 to 800 calories per session. And as a bonus, enjoy the release of endorphins for hours. If you have extremely high blood pressure, you are not a candidate for Cryotherapy.

“I think I’m getting addicted to this treatment! It makes me feel invincible for the rest of the day!

– Milena M, Santa Fe

Cryotherapy for Sports & Injury Recovery

  • Decreases injury recovery time by an estimated 50%
  • Significantly improves psychological competitive edge
  • Reduces delayed onset muscle soreness
  • Greatly improves muscle strength
  • Increases performance
  • Allows you to intensify training schedules due to reduced recovery time
  • Improves joint function while inhibiting inflammation

Cryotherapy helps to relieve pain from Arthritis by

  • Improving your immune system
  • Reducing pain and inflammation from arthritic joints
  • Increasing general mobility and joint function
  • Releasing endorphins that increase your energy and mood

How Can Cryotherapy Help with Your Fibromyalgia?

  • Boost in metabolism
  • Reduction in joint pain
  • Improved mood
  • Increased immunity
  • Better sleep
  • Improved circulation
  • Weight loss.

Treat Skin Conditions with Cryotherapy

  • Low temperatures have positive affect on the skin
  • After session, skin feels rejuvenated, refreshed and tightened due to collagen stimulation
  • Eliminates toxins from the subcutaneous level of your skin
  • Helps eliminate acne
  • Multiple skin conditions can be treated during each session

First Time Freeze is ONLY $29.00

Cost of a single session is $59.00

Package of 3 sessions is $159  (Only $53 each)

Package of 5 sessions is $245.00  (Only $49 each)

Package of 10 sessions is $390.00  (Only $39 each)

Call us for special group/monthly pricing options

Once you are ready, our technician will begin cooling the Cryosauna. You will then remove all clothing and jewelry below the neck. We will provide you with gloves and socks to wear during your session to protect your hands and feet. Men must wear briefs. You will then enter the Cryosauna and shut the door. You will be completely enclosed and hidden from view. The technician will elevate you until your head is above the rim of the chamber. The chamber is then filled with nitrogen gas and your skin is briefly exposed to subzero temperatures (-150° to -280°F) for three minutes. This sudden drop to arctic temperatures is a surprisingly tolerable experience, but has a dramatic effect on your brain and body. As the cold receptors beneath the skin sense this sudden, extreme cold, your body activates powerful survival mechanisms that cause the blood vessels near the skin to quickly constrict (vasoconstriction) to send blood to the major organs to maintain your core body temperature. During this process, your blood is highly oxygenated, filtered and filled with nutrients. When you step out of the cryosauna just three minutes later, the blood vessels quickly dilate (vasodilation) and blood rushes back to the skin. Blood circulation is naturally stimulated and oxygenated blood is delivered to damaged tissue.

CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR CRYOSAUNA: IF YOU HAVE VERY HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE (SYSTOLIC 170 OR HIGHER), RECENT HEART ATTACK, ARRHYTHMIA, SYMPTOMATIC CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE, ACUTE OR RECENT CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT, STROKE, UNCONTROLLED SEIZURES, FEVER, SYMPTOMATIC LUNG DISORDERS, BLEEDING DISORDERS, INFECTION, CLAUSTROPHOBIA, INTOLERANCE TO COLD, AGE LESS THAN 18 YEARS (if so, parental consent is required), INCONTINENCE, STAGE 2 ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSION, RAYNAUD SYNDROME, PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS IN ACTIVE FORM.