Cryotherapy is the process of applying sub-zero temperatures to parts of the body or entire body to relieve the pain caused by these actions, and promote improved over-all health. After an application of this freezing procedure, your body heat returns to normal and blood vessels expand and begin the healing process.

Once inside the cryotherapy chamber, it is filled with nitrogen gas, thus creating temperatures of around -250 degrees F ( an ice bath only reaches 45-50 degrees ). The exposure of the skin to such extreme temperatures triggers the body to go into a survival response, sending blood to protect your core organs. As you are only in the chamber for a maximum of 2-3 minutes, when you exit the chamber, blood rushes back to the rest of the body, providing benefits of increased metabolism and healing. To counteract the freezing sensation, blood rushes back to muscles for faster repair and body recovery.

In 2-3 minutes you can burn up to approximately 800 calories, and this benefit has not gone unnoticed!

Cryotherapy reduces inflammation, burns calories, reduces cellulite and the discomfort from injuries and pain. Skin improves and there are other benefits as well. Cryotherapy benefits are numerous and fast-acting, whether you indulge yourself in our sauna, or choose local cryotherapy or whole body cryotherapy, Massachusetts residents know where to find help.

In this area of Boston, cryo-facials are becoming the easiest way to beautiful, flawless, healthy glowing skin. This treatment takes approximately 5 minutes and is non-invasive and safe. You will see immediate results.

For more information please call 802-347-3423.

Anyone with the following conditions cannot receive WBC

-Untreated Hypertension

-Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease

-Heart attack or Stroke within the previous 6 months?

-Heart Disease

-Unstable Angina Pectoris

-Ischemic Heart Disease

-Heart surgery conditions

-Anyone with a pacemaker

-Anyone with decompensating diseases (adema) of the

Cardiovascular and respiratory system, congestive heart failure

chronic liver disease


-Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) or a known circulatory Dysfunction

-Raynaud’s Disease

-Bacterial or viral infections of the skin, wound

healing disorders (open sores or discharging wound

skin conditions)