5 Things You Need To Know About Purchasing A Cryosauna

So, you’re interested in bringing cryotherapy to your business. 

What you probably don’t know are the questions you need to consider before purchasing a cryo machine. From marketing assistance to helpful set-up tools and strategies, there are a number of things you need to know before you start your cryotherapy project. 

Here are the questions — and answers — that you should consider as you begin your journey with a cryotherapy machine:

1. Do I need to be certified and educated?

Yes! Operating a cryosauna correctly comes down to three specific points: safety, comfort, and consistency. When it comes to managing these three expectations successfully, being certified and educated in the equipment is the overall best way to ensure that your customers have the best possible experience. At Impact Cryotherapy, we take certification and education very seriously. Why? Because we don’t believe that learning how to operate our machinery via an 8-minute video really delivers the scope you and your team need to successfully manage a top cryosauna. That’s why we include a 2-day, in-house training session for you and all of your staff with the purchase of our cryosauna — so that you feel comfortable managing not only the high-tech equipment but delivering an unforgettable, repeatable customer experience.

2. Is the Impact Cryotherapy cryosauna compliant?

Yes! As the only cryosauna manufactured in the United States, the Impact Cryotherapy cryotherapy chamber is one of the only ETL-marked, state-of-the-art machines compliant with the country’s regulations. In fact, Impact Cryotherapy is leading the cryotherapy industry with FDA compliance, offering a product that is not only tried and true but ensures safety for all its users. Designed to complement health and wellness initiatives, the Impact Cryotherapy chamber is the safest way to improve your customer’s wellness goals.

3. Do I need separate ventilation and O2 monitoring in place?

Yes! The proper application of any cryotherapy machine includes a number of additional set-up requirements to provide optimal customer service. Each Impact Cryotherapy package includes all this additional set-up, including nitrogen gas relations, on-site machine installation, and a FREE walk-through consultation of your space, to ensure that you’re delivering your clients with the safest, most innovative cryotherapy experience. The best part? Even though you’ll need separate ventilation and O2 monitoring, your cryosauna can still fit into a closet-size (about 10 x 10) space, helping you optimize your offerings in the most efficient way possible.

4. What is the model or strategy I need to be pursuing?

Anyone can turn on a cryotherapy machine — so what will differentiate your offering from the other trendy machines out there? When Impact Cryotherapy cryosaunas were introduced to the market, they were very disruptive. As the only US-manufactured product with the compliance, support, and tools needed to get your business off the ground, the Impact Cryotherapy solution is totally focused on helping you fund and develop your bandwidth for keeping your equipment 5-10 years from now. It’s exactly the unique positioning strategy you need to have a successful cryotherapy business, and it’s exactly what we deliver.

5. How do I get started?

At the end of the day, the decision to purchase a cryosauna comes down to money: How can you be assured that this investment is worth the return? With sessions lasting less than 5 minutes, your cryosauna can generate top revenue as many as twelve times per hour, with almost 100 sessions possible within a normal 8-hour business day. Plus, Impact Cryotherapy will help you finance your machine through various lenders we work directly with, offering multiple options for financing that work best for you. So don’t worry, the financing is actually the easiest part of the process once you decide to buy, and we’ll be there to help every step of the way.

Now that we’ve answered your questions, we’ve got a question for you: Are you ready to get started? Chat with one of our Impact Cryotherapy experts about how to launch your cryotherapy business or learn more about the process by giving us a call at 404.445.4992 or getting in touch with us here.

Cryotherapy: How to Generate Revenue in a Closet-Sized Space

Bigger space, more clients. Right? Not necessarily.

From chiropractic offices and physical therapy practices to any business in the health and wellness space, cryotherapy can compliment any health and wellness routine, making it attractive to businesses who are looking to drive additional revenue and upsell their offerings. And the best part? Businesses don’t have to find more space to create a profit center with cryotherapy.

Only requiring a 10×10 space to get started, an Impact Cryotherapy cryosauna offers a whole body cryotherapy experience that can make better use of an empty closet, an unused office, or a converted tanning bed station in as little as 30 days. Here’s how:

1. You’ll turn out people every three minutes.

While you may think “small space, tiny results,” with Impact Cryotherapy’s whole body cryotherapy machine, that’s not the case. With each session lasting less than five minutes, a cryosauna is not only the latest in wellness modalities, but it’s also incredibly efficient. Clients can stop by during their lunch break, stay around after a powerful workout, or drop in first thing in the morning to get a jumpstart on their day. The best part: one customer is in and out in less than five minutes, giving you another 55 minutes per hour to generate income.

Additionally, unlike other cryotherapy machines, the Impact Cryotherapy cryosauna requires zero drying-out time, therefore, you can run back-to-back, uninterrupted cryo sessions from open to close.

2. Additional services can help you upsell.

Have membership or VIP perks for your clients? Offering cryotherapy can be a great way to show your clients your appreciation for their business or to tip them into the next bracket of membership. Whether you’re selling a pass for multiple cryotherapy sessions to current members or including it in a starter package to get the attention of new clients, cryotherapy can be the advantage you need to convert more customers and provide a better selection of alternative therapies to your client base.

3. Cryotherapy helps provides extra customer service.

Even when your customer service is the highlight of your business, trying out a new way to wow your clients is always a great way to build value with your customer base. As a leading wellness trend among celebrities and professional athletes like Demi Moore, Lebron James, Steph Curry, and Will Smith, offering cryotherapy opportunities can excite your customers and leave them with a lasting experience. With all the benefits reported from cryotherapy, you’ll also be treating them to whole body rejuvenation, and help them meet their health and wellness goals faster.

4. An in-house cryosauna will keep your clients in your space.

Perhaps the best benefit of installing an Impact Cryotherapy machine at your location is its ability to keep your clients in-house — and coming back for more. With cryotherapy as one of the coolest health trends, wellness enthusiasts and fitness gurus are looking for places where they can both try and continue using this service. Capitalize on the interest in cryotherapy by offering it to your clients at your location — that way, they don’t have to go anywhere else to experience the latest in wellness.

Interested in starting your cryotherapy business with Impact Cryotherapy — or adding a machine to your existing business? We’re excited for you to get started. Reach out to schedule a free consultation with one of our experts, and launch your cryotherapy project in as few as four weeks.

Recovery: A Financial Opportunity For Gyms

The health and wellness industry has gone through an incredible reset recently, transitioning to centralize around one thing: post-workout recovery.

Gone are the days of tanning beds filling up every corner of gyms and wellness centers — which is a good thing since studies show that tanning can increase your risk for skin cancer by 75% if you start before the age of 35. But that’s not the only bad thing about tanning beds — there’s also the investment consideration. Gyms who invested in these uber-popular machines now have either useless technology that harms their clients or unused space where they would traditionally have been generating additional revenue.

What’s the fix? Implementing services that provide rejuvenating wellness experiences – like whole body cryotherapy. Cryotherapy will have users raving (just ask these celebs) and can be a smart move for your business. Here are a few ways that a whole body cryotherapy system can work for you: 

1. Keep your clients in-house.

We know that clients are already interested in technology like cryotherapy. With top athletes like Kobe Bryant and Floyd Mayweather as obsessed with whole body cryotherapy as celebrities like Jennifer Aniston and Jessica Alba, the public is already flocking to discover the latest in wellness. What better way to keep your clients in your space for longer than offering the latest trends in the industry? With the interest already there, you can just walk your clients to another room of your business, and enjoy the benefits of your clients spending additional time and money in-house.

2. Upsell memberships.

Nothing helps sell memberships like VIP perks. Recovery opportunities like cryotherapy are an excellent way to provide elite and exclusive services that entice your customer base to go up a level in membership. Whether the option is to give clients access to the recovery machines for a limited time or give them full access to the services whenever they want, offering these additional services is a great way to increase your revenue.

3. Provide extra customer service.

As consumers are inundated with options in the fitness and wellness worlds, providing extra customer service comes at the cost of finding the latest and most sophisticated treatments available. Though an active trend in Europe since the 1980s, cryotherapy as a post-workout recovery and overall wellness supplement is still fairly new to the U.S., but definitely in demand. By offering cryotherapy, along with additional recovery treatments, gyms can provide the ultimate customer service experience for those interested in the latest in health and wellness treatments.

4. Optimize your space.

With tanning beds out of fashion, gym, and wellness center owners are at a crossroads: either they’re looking to replace their cumbersome machinery because of the health risks, or they already have and are currently losing revenue on empty space.  That’s the great thing about Impact Cryotherapy cryosaunas — they fit into any 10X10 space. Whether you’ve got an empty closet, an unused office, or extra space in the gym, we can outfit your space with an Impact Cryotherapy machine.

5. Differentiate yourself from the competition.

Nothing generates new clients like offering a unique service that isn’t offered anywhere else. As the only cryotherapy system manufactured and supported in the United States, Impact Cryotherapy cryosaunas provide businesses and users an exclusive experience handmade on U.S. soil. Since we’re made domestically, there’s no need to wait weeks to get started generating a profit — our machines can be delivered and set-up within ten days of purchasing. Plus, we offer ongoing, expert support for you as well as in-person, on-location training for you and your staff so you can provide your clients with the best cryotherapy experience.

Ready to get started offering exclusive treatments to your clients to improve their fitness and wellness? Get in touch with our cryotherapy experts today to get started with an Impact cryosauna and our additional partner technologies.

3 Steps to Complete Before You Finance Your Cryotherapy Machine

So you’re ready to dive into the business of cryotherapy with an Impact Cryotherapy machine — what are the next steps?

After the initial research phase, you’re probably thinking your next steps are to meet with a lender, but there a few things to check out before you sign on the dotted line. Ready to get started? Find out three major steps you need to complete before getting your cryotherapy business started below.

Step 1: Understand your market.

The best thing about the Impact Cryotherapy machine is it’s wide application and use across fitness and wellness industries, which makes discovering your target market almost effortless. Appealing to everyone from athletes to wellness gurus, the Impact Cryotherapy machine is perfect for health and wellness entrepreneurs, spas and resorts, sports and fitness studios, as well as physical therapy and chiropractic offices.

Our top tip for reaching your market? Start advertising your new services early. In fact, the earlier, the better! Impact Cryotherapy machines have been reported to offer wellness benefits, like pain management, workout recovery, slim waistlines, and more, which are perfect for the current wellness-obsessed world. Need marketing support? Send us a note.

Step 2: Figure out your space.

Most fitness and wellness machines require a large footprint. The Impact Cryotherapy cryosauna is different. The machine fits into any 10×10 area: a closet, converted breakroom space, unused corner of a training floor. This means when you’re making room for your machine, you’ll just need to consider what location will work best for you and your customers. We’ll take care of the rest, from the gas provider walk-through to installation, training, machine operation certification and more.

Want the full details on what we provide to new clients? Check out the Impact Advantage to learn more about our offerings. 

Step 3: Schedule your FREE onsite visit.

Before you sign your agreement and get to financing, we’re happy to walk through your space for a free consultation and set you up with a gas supplier. Want more info about what’s included in our full onboarding process and continued support? Chat with one of our Impact experts here.

Now it’s time to finance your machine.

It’s finally time to get the capital. At Impact Cryotherapy, we work directly with various lenders to provide our clients with multiple options for financing. We pride ourselves on putting each of our customers in touch with the right people so they can discover the agreement that’s right for them. You don’t have to come out of pocket for this machine, you don’t have to find a lender on your own, and we’ll work on your behalf to get the financing you need to get started.

Ready to Finance your machine? Get in touch with us today to learn how you can get started with cryotherapy in 30 days or less.

4 Impact Cryotherapy Service Offerings You’ll Want To Know About

When it comes to providing great service, we believe in one simple rule: Go above and beyond for happy customers.

That’s exactly why each of our Impact Cryotherapy machines comes with more than just a how-to manual: Our clients get the full support of the Impact Cryotherapy team to help with everything from installation, training, machine operation certification to ongoing service and more. Here’s where we go the extra mile:

1. Site Evaluation

Considering cryotherapy for your business? Great – we’ll set you up with a complementary site evaluation to ensure that your space is set up to make cryotherapy a success.

Since you’ll be receiving regular service from your nitrogen provider, we’ll also help set you up with a partner to help you receive service whenever you need it. 

2. Certified On-site Training

Before you can operate your Impact Cryotherapy machine, our team provides 2-days of on-location training and certification for you and your staff. Can’t attending training? Not a problem – you can access our training video via our Customer Resource Portal.

3. Onsite Delivery

Your Impact Cryotherapy machine is installed by one of our factory trained employees – no need to worry about remote installation or handling the set-up yourself.

Another great perk about working with Impact Cryotherapy is the speed at which our machines are ready — since we manufacture in the U.S., your machine could be to you in as few as ten days from ordering to installing.   

4. Customer Resource Portal

We’re here to partner with you throughout your cryotherapy journey, not just help you get started. That’s why we provide a fully-interactive Customer Resource Portal that gives you full access to the information you need to ensure that your business continues to succeed. Whether you need to order parts, download marketing materials or want to watch refresher training videos, all Impact Cryotherapy customers will have access to essential resources through a unique portal on our website.

From the on-site training to the quick delivery, we’re here to provide the best cryosauna machine installation and ongoing service out there — and we really pride ourselves on getting that right from the first point of contact. Ready to learn more about how Impact Cryotherapy can help boost your business? We’re excited to talk more about your business goals so get in touch with us today.

How to Launch a Cryotherapy Business in 30 days

You’ve done your research, you’ve tried it out yourself, and now you’ve made a revolutionary decision: You’re going to bring cryotherapy to your clients.

With cryotherapy rising as one of the leading new modalities in the world of fitness and wellness, it’s a great time to be getting involved with the cold therapy technique that’s been around for centuries. But what’s even better is that getting involved with cryotherapy via Impact Cryotherapy is amazingly straightforward — and that process can happen in as few as 30 days.

Interested? Here’s how.

Step 1: Figure out your space.

The Impact Cryotherapy cryosauna only requires a 10×10 space to get started. It can be an unused closet, a corner of the break room, or even a converted office space. The short story? Bring us your proposed space and we’ll figure out exactly how the installation will work.

Step 2: Schedule your onsite FREE site evaluation.

Before installation, we’ll assess your space and help you get set up with a nitrogen gas supplier. We work directly with the energy source to ensure that each of our clients has a strong relationship from the beginning. This isn’t offered by every cryosauna manufacturer or distributor, but we feel really strongly about ot. After all, your gas provider will be coming out on a regular basis, so we like to set up a relationship that you can trust from the start.

Step 3: Set up your installation day.

Once your space is ready, we can install your machine in a little as 10 days because unlike other providers, we manufacture directly in the U.S. and have machines ready to ship out and install as soon as possible.

Step 4: Get trained.

Before you can start selling Impact Cryotherapy , we make sure your entire staff is certified with a two-day on-site training. Our Impact Cryotherapy experts are there to help you learn how to operate the machines. You and your staff will be able to ask questions, try the machine out for yourself, and learn the in’s and out’s of the Impact Cryotherapy machine to a “t.” After that, we’ll have a final exam, and we’ll be available for follow-up training as needed.

Step 5: Open up.

Once your machine is installed and your staff is trained, you’re good to go! Along the way, we’ll also be available to provide service and support to help out with any questions, concerns, or repairs — whether that’s through email, FaceTime, or an on-site visit. Plus we’ll provide you with marketing support to get you going with the messaging you need to be successful. The best part? All of this additional support is part of your total package — and we’re the only American cryosauna manufacturer with all of those options available.

Ready to get started? We’re excited to help. Go ahead and get in touch with us.

Interested in Intermittent Fasting? Here’s What You Need To Know Before You Try It.

You’ve probably heard some chatter about it while waiting for your morning coffee, or in line at the grocery store. But no matter where you came in contact with it, people are seriously into intermittent fasting. Just like most health trends, there’s a lot to learn about fasting, with misconceptions about its benefits and potential side effects. So before you get started on the latest craze, here’s what you need to consider.

What is intermittent fasting exactly?

According to Harvard Health, Intermittent fasting “involves alternating intervals of extreme calorie reduction with periods of normal eating.” And while there are many opinions about the pros and cons of fasting, Dr. Lori Shemek makes a good point: Fasting isn’t new. Only a few thousand years ago, humans were “switching between fasting for days (they didn’t have easy access to food like we do today) with an occasional binge (once you kill a mammoth, you have to eat it fast, before it went bad!).”

Some of the more modern techniques include:

  • The 5:2 diet: Followers of this approach fast two days per week then eat normal (healthy) food the other five. The two days shouldn’t be consecutive.
  • The 16:8 method: The 16:8 technique involves eating normal meals during an eight-hour window, followed by a break from food for 16 hours. This method can be easier because you’re asleep for much of the time.
  • Alternate-day fasting: Just like it sounds, alternate fasting involves fasting every other day.

Fasting and weight loss

Dr. Adam Perlman at the Duke Center for Integrated Medicine says intermittent fasting can result in weight loss and increased muscle mass because the body burns more stored fat for energy. It can also boost the metabolism, decrease appetites and improve energy levels.

However, there are many studies that are not definitive on whether that’s actually true, and many flat-out refute Perlman’s claim. In fact, one study by JAMA Internal Medicine found no difference between fasting and a regular reduced-calorie diet. So what’s the takeaway? Fasting can have many different effects on different people, and it’s ultimately up to an individual preference.

If you’re ready to try fasting for yourself, “Eat, Stop, Eat” author Brad Pilon says you have to pretend like your fast never happened. “No compensation, no reward, no special way of eating, no special shakes, drinks or pills,” he says.

This is not easy for most of us. “It’s human nature for people to want to reward themselves after doing very hard work, such as exercise or fasting for a long period of time,” says Dr. Frank Hu of the Harvard School of Public Health. “So there is a danger of indulging in unhealthy dietary habits on non-fasting days.”  

Fasting Pros

Wayne B. Jonas, M.D., the executive director of Samueli Integrative Health Programs, told NBC News that giving the body at least 10 to 12 hours without food benefits its natural cleansing process. This can result in improved alertness and attention, reduced risk of illness, and a longer and healthier life overall. At the very minimum, he says, it helps one eat more mindfully.

Food addiction counselor Erin Wathen adds that fasting gives your body a break from constantly processing food. “This is a huge benefit for our GI tract, appetite control, sleeping, and even our teeth,” Wathen says. “Which will benefit from reducing how often we ask our bodies to metabolize food.” Some studies indicate that intermittent fasting may also help with:

  • Anti-aging
  • Boosting immune function
  • Improving blood pressure and heart rate
  • Reducing inflammation associated with chronic disease
  • Reducing the risk of cancer and other diseases

Fasting Cons

One of the leading concerns with intermittent fasting is that it can cause hormonal imbalances, leading to insomnia, stress and thyroid problems. It may also lead to an increase in unhealthy cholesterol levels that cause heart problems.

Dietician Lisa Cooper says initial side effects of fasting can include low blood sugar, headaches, irritability, dizziness, nausea and fatigue. It may also impact your performance at work if your energy or focus suffers. It can also have adverse effects on your social life; it can be difficult to socialize with friends over dinner if you can’t eat after 6 PM.

For these reasons, many “fall off the wagon” because fasting isn’t sustainable for them in the longer term.

Trying it for yourself

Fasting isn’t for everyone — especially if you’re pregnant, diabetic or prone to eating disorders. You should always practice caution when it comes to undertaking a new dietary program and consult with your physician beforehand.  

However, if you’re interested in intermittent fasting, start gradually. Many experts recommend fasting for 12 hours followed by 12 hours where you can eat. If you’re happy with your results, you can build from there. The one thing to take away from fasting, or diets of any kind, is that the goal is to develop healthy eating habits that are sustainable for you. So listen to your body, and you can learn what will be most effective for you.

Why Is Cold Better Than Hot?

There are many reasons to be excited for colder temperatures as we head into autumn: sweater weather, colorful leaves, drinking coffee without breaking a sweat.

And while we’ve got a personal preference for cold (go figure!), there are also many scientific reasons that cold is better than hot. And it’s not just about whether you prefer the winter or summer Olympics — it’s about what effects cold temps have on your body. Dive below for the details.

Avoid the Sunday Scaries

Patrick Baylis, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of California at Berkeley, recently completed a heat study where he found that a high of 90 degrees Fahrenheit makes an average person’s happiness drop in the same way it does between a Sunday and Monday. For many of those who work Monday to Friday, you don’t need research to tell you the Sunday Scaries are real.

Perhaps even more surprisingly, Baylis found that the negative impact of colder temperatures isn’t as strong. While our happiness does drop with the temperature, that drop isn’t as severe as with hot weather.

Based on rising temperature predictions, Baylis roughly quantified the potential impact on happiness in the U.S. — and the results aren’t cool. In some areas, he called it “the equivalent of replacing every Saturday and Sunday in a year with a Monday.” His advisor at Berkeley said this paper may quantify one of the most broadly applicable costs of climate change beyond money.

Get better sleep

Sleep is extremely important for our physical and mental health, and optimal temperature is part of getting a good night’s sleep. Dr. Christopher Winter, a neurologist and sleep specialist, states that between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit is the ideal temperature when you’re catching zzz’s. And according to most studies, anything above or below that can disrupt your sleep.

In addition, Dr. Winter recounts that studies have also found that cooler body temperatures lead to more deep sleep. Those who sleep in cooler temperatures also sleep longer and feel more awake the next morning.

Melatonin is one of the many contributors to a good night’s sleep. But melatonin does more than that — it also helps prevent aging and may protect against a host of other health issues. So how do you ensure you get enough of it? Sleep in cooler temperatures.  

Increase your physical performance

When your body shivers, it has to work harder to maintain your body temperature. According to Nancy Clark, M.S., R.D., shivering can burn 400 calories per hour. When it’s that cold, you expend more energy than in warm weather, though how much depends on factors like the exact temperature and your clothing.

Some studies have also found that physical performance drops in hotter temperatures. For example in one study, marathon runners slowed as temperatures increased. Want to see how this works for yourself? Take a cold yoga class to discover the benefits of cold temperature on your workout.

Enjoy the benefits of cold therapy

Many of us have a very definite preference between cold and hot showers. Bring it up at the dinner table or in the locker room and it can quickly become a polarizing topic between friends. Each has their own benefits, but some research has found that cold showers actually better prepare you for the day because of their similarities to the benefits of cold therapy.  

Here are some of the benefits:

  • Closing your pores and tightening your scalp, which keeps moisture in and dirt out.  
  • Improving your immunity and circulation.
  • Speeding up muscle recovery, minimizing inflammation and providing pain relief.

Check out our cryosauna locator to experience these and other whole body cold therapy benefits for yourself!

How Long Do the Effects of Cryotherapy Last?

Many cryotherapy users have reported that a single 3-minute cold therapy session in a cryosauna provides them with immediate results – but how long do these results last? It can vary person to person but many cryo-goers have found the more consistently they do cryotherapy, the longer the effects of cryotherapy last.

A 2016 cryotherapy industry survey found that in order to maintain consistent cryo benefits, cryotherapy should be done 2-3 times a week.

Ready to add regular cryotherapy sessions to your wellness regimen? Click here to find a certified cryotherapy location near you!

Cold Yoga: The Hottest New Trend

If you’re like most people, you don’t feel like you’ve had a good workout unless you’re sweating buckets afterward. Perhaps that’s one of the many reasons hot yoga has become increasingly popular.

Research has found that you don’t have to sweat to get a good workout. In fact, there are many benefits to working out in the cold. We’re always advocates for cold treatment, so we were excited to hear about the latest workout trend: cold yoga.

Move over, hot yoga. Cold is the new hot — and here’s why.

The benefits of a cold workout
Think about the last time you were out in the cold without a jacket. Did you shiver or jump around to keep warm?

“Heat discourages movement while cooler temperatures encourage movement,” explains Jimmy T. Martin, the cofounder of a new cool-temperature fitness studio in New York, Brrrn. He says that’s why dropping the temperature makes a better workout experience.

“When you’re cold, your body is constantly working to maintain its normal temperature,” says Kristin Stanford from The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. “It does this by burning energy to maintain heat production, meaning it could be burning more calories at the same time.”

Heat may actually limit the body’s ability to reach peak performance while exercising. When it’s hot, your body produces sweat to stay cool. Vigorous exercise increases your internal temperature, so your body has to work even harder to sweat. That effort competes with the work your metabolism is doing while you exercise.

Studies are supporting this theory, and have found that physical performance drops in hotter temperatures. For example, one found that marathon runners slowed as temperatures increased.

Cold yoga
Yoga originated in India thousands of years ago, and has become increasingly popular in Western culture. It is proven to have many health benefits, from building muscle to preventing health problems, improving focus and boosting the immune system.

Cold yoga is practiced in temperatures between 45 and 60 degrees Fahrenheit. In those temperatures, the body experiences “mild cold stress,” and relies on metabolism to maintain its internal temperature — thus burning more calories.

Exposing your body to the cold is said to release endorphins or “happiness hormones” for “chillseekers,” as some fans of cryotherapy and cold yoga call themselves. In fact, cold yoga and cryotherapy benefits are similar, as they both support mental well-being, weight management and whole-body wellness.

Learn more about how cryotherapy fits into an active lifestyle.