Banish Cellulite with Cryotherapy

If you struggle with stubborn cellulite don’t worry, you’re not alone. Over 80% of women suffer from cellulite, and getting rid of it has been an impossible task… until now!

Every year, women spend millions on lotions, potions, mitts, massagers, body wraps, muscle belts and even rubber pants in the fight against cellulite. However, none of these magical cures has actually proven themselves useful in the slightest.

But don’t worry, it’s not all doom and gloom. Thanks to the wonders of modern technology, you can now fight those annoying little dimples with Cryotherapy!

What is cellulite and how can Cryotherapy help?

Even though almost every woman you pass in the street will have cellulite somewhere on their body, not many people actually know what it is or what causes it. Those unwanted little bumps and dimples are actually caused thanks to a breakdown of collagen in the skin. Collagen is a connective tissue that keeps your skin looking smooth, elastic and young. However, when it breaks down, the skin becomes looser in some areas and tighter in others, causing that uneven skin texture we have all grown to hate.

Now, there’s good news and bad news about Collagen… The bad news is that we can’t do anything about it breaking down. Thanks to either genetics or age, collagen will ultimately break down no matter what you do, and there’s actually been no way to increase collagen in the skin (or anywhere else in the body for that matter). The good news? Whole Body Cryotherapy has been proven to not only repair the broken collagen connections in the skin but to also promote collagen production throughout the body!

The below-freezing temperatures the body is subjected to while in a Cryochamber causes the production of collagen, and in turn, gives back the skin’s elasticity and youthful smoothness, ultimately reducing cellulite. As an added bonus, collagen is also found in tendons, ligaments, bones, blood vessels, teeth and even your gastrointestinal tract, so full body cryotherapy can make your whole body stronger, more mobile and more youthful.

Another thing that can make cellulite appear more vividly is a thick underlying layer of fat. The more fatty tissue you have under the layer of skin showing cellulite, the more those pesky little dimples will show. Fortunately for us, Whole Body Cryotherapy also helps to reduce these fat deposits. Fat cells like these are completely intolerant to the cold. So, when you undergo 3 minutes of Cryotherapy, some of these cells can undergo apoptosis, effectively, cell suicide. The contents of these fat cells are then removed from the body through the lymphatic system, helping to reduce the visibility of cellulite.

Are you ready to reduce the appearance of cellulite and get younger, tighter looking skin? Book your Whole Body Cryotherapy session with us today HERE!

Breaking News! Cryotherapy Can Improve Brain Function

By now, we’ve all heard about the amazing benefits of using Cryotherapy to treat inflammation, swelling and acute pain. We also all know about the countless benefits to your overall health, such as aided weight loss, increased energy, anti-aging, and quickened recovery times after surgery or injury. However, one benefit of Whole Body Cryotherapy we don’t talk much about is probably the most impressive… increased brain function!

Can the cold boost my brain?

Thanks to the wondrous process of the hibernation of bears, scientists have discovered that Whole Body Cryotherapy can actually aid in NeuroRegeneration. All neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and Huntington’s, are caused by a progressive loss of the function or structure of synapses, known as NeuroDegeneration. So, in theory, if someone was able to regenerate these synapses, they could not only increase the productivity of the brain on a daily level, but they could also reverse the effects of these NeuroDegenerative diseases.

So, where do the bears come in I hear you ask… Well, during hibernation, bears are able to basically ‘shut-down’ their brains in order to conserve as much energy as possible during the cold months. By studying the waking process of these bears, scientists found that after hibernation, bears were able to instantly switch back on their brains in a sort of ‘reboot’ process. They were able to do this because the extreme cold produced special proteins called Cold Shock Proteins. When the bear begins to warm up, these proteins are released in extremely high numbers, and one specific protein caught the scientists attention, RMB-3. This specific protein was able to switch back on not some, but 100% of all synapses and connections in the bear’s brain!

After this amazing discovery, scientists began testing the RMB-3 theory on other animals, putting them through the freezing and rewarming process. Their findings? Every single one of the animals tested showed a release of the RBM-3 protein and subsequently an increase in synapse activity and brain function.

Now, do you want to know the best part? Humans also have this magical RMB-3 protein, and it can be coaxed into production by Whole Body Cryotherapy! Basically, using Whole Body Cryotherapy regularly will promote synaptic plasticity and reboot connections that have been out between the nerves in your brain, prevent NeuroDegeneration and the diseases associated with it.

Not only is this huge news for people already suffering from a neurological disease, but it’s also of huge benefit for people simply looking to improve their brain function on a daily basis. People who use Cryotherapy 3 times a week have reported an increase in productivity, concentration, mental clarity and even stress levels. Some clients have even come on leaps and bounds in their life goals, be it fitness, career, relationships or lifestyle. All because their brain is now functioning at a higher level and in a more clear and concise manner.

If you feel like you need a bit of a brain boost, or if you’re looking for a new way to aid in the control of a NeuroDegenerative disease, then don’t hesitate to contact us HERE, or book your first Whole Body Cryotherapy appointment HERE.

But I Hate The COLD!

Ok, who here would enjoy standing in the middle of the Antarctic, surrounded by snow and ice, wearing only underwear? No one?… That’s what I thought. Humans are made to hate the cold. That’s why we keep inventing ways to keep warm. Fires, jumpers, duvets, insulation, coats, hats, gloves… they are all made to relieve us from the feeling of cold at all times.

So, you may be thinking, “Then why would anyone want to do a cold treatment like Cryotherapy?”. I understand your concerns and the line of your thinking, but Cryotherapy isn’t actually going to make your body cold. It only ever effects the skin’s surface temperature.

If it’s not cold, what is it?

During an ice bath, your body is exposed to freezing cold, iced water, that completely shocks your system and leaves you feeling frozen to the bone. Cryotherapy, on the other hand, is a completely dry treatment. At no point will freezing cold liquids be passed over your body. Whole Body Cryotherapy takes place inside a Cryochamber, where liquid nitrogen vapour is passed over your skin, only ever lowering the surface temperature of your skin, never your core temperature.

By simply lowering the skin’s surface temperature in this way, we trick the body to go into survival mode, without actually causing any damage to your cells whatsoever. Your body will begin pumping more blood and nutrients around your body, and any inflammation or pain you’re experiencing will be greatly reduced. During the Cryotherapy process, your body also produced endorphins, so you’ll actually leave the Cryochamber feeling happy and rejuvenated, not cold and miserable.

Another amazing thing about Whole Body Cryotherapy is that the Cryochamber process only takes 2-3 minutes. Your dedicated, licensed professional will be with you the whole time, talking you through the process and providing a distraction, so the treatment will be over before you can say “Brrr”.

On the other hand, other ‘cold’ treatments, such as ice baths or ice packs, can take much longer. To get even close to the benefits of Whole Body Cryotherapy using an ice bath, you would heave to sit in freezing cold water for up to 10 minutes… now that’s cold!

If you think that you can spare 2-3 minutes of your time to reduce pain, inflammation, swelling, and increase your metabolism and overall energy, then book your Cryotherapy treatment with us today HERE.

If you still have a few questions, don’t worry. You can ask us anything, or find out more information HERE.

How Often Should You Do Cryotherapy?

So, we all know that Cryotherapy is the ice cold therapy taking the world by storm. But for those who are Cryotherapy addicts, and those who are total beginners, there’s one looming question… How often should you do Cryotherapy?

Technically, you could do Whole Body Cryotherapy every single day, as it’s a safe and extremely beneficial treatment. However, many things such as budget, travel, life commitments and location can make it totally unrealistic to undergo this kind of Cryotherapy schedule. A number of sessions you need also depends on why you are doing Whole Body Cryotherapy in the first place. Starting Cryotherapy for pain, injuries or inflammation needs a completely different number of sessions to treatments for sleep loss, weight loss or energy boost.

How often in the beginning?

No matter what you’re stepping into that CryoChamber for, it’s advisable to give you treatment a kick-start’! Most Cryotherapy specialists will recommend you do 5-7 sessions of Whole Body Cryotherapy for the first two weeks in order to boost your treatment. Doing a large blast of Cryotherapy in the beginning like this cleanses your body of toxins, boosts your metabolism and sets you up for maintenance sessions in the future.

How many maintenance sessions?

Even after just one Cryotherapy session, you will be feeling more energised, you will burn unto 800 calories, have reduced inflammation and pain, and will feel a surge of endorphins. Having said that, doing Cryotherapy is a bit like going to the gym, if you want optimum results, you have to go more than once, and preferably on an ongoing basis.

How often you need to go will depend on the problem you are trying to treat. A selected injury or recovery from an operation will need a few sessions in a short space of time, whereas if you simply want to increase your overall energy and health, then you should do fewer sessions spaces over more time.

The list below will give you a good guideline of how many sessions and how often you should do Whole Body Cryotherapy.

Overall Energy Boost – 1 to 2 times a week (or whenever you’re needing a pick-me-up)

Inflammation Maintenance – 1 to 2 times a week

Workout Recovery – 2 to 3 times a week (depending on workout schedule)

Recovery for Athletes – 2 to 5 times a week (in season)

Chronic Aches & Pain – 3 to 5 times a week

Recovering from Surgery – 3 to 5 times a week

Recovering from Injury – 3 to 5 times a week

Chronic Illness – 3 – 5 times a week (Arthritis, Fibromyalgia etc)

Please note that the above list is just a guideline. The actual amount of sessions you will need will depend on your personal problem or goals.

To get an accurate schedule of how often you should do Full Body Cryotherapy, you can contact a member of our fully trained and specialist staff HERE.

Is Whole Body Cryotherapy Really Safe?

Whole Body Cryotherapy was developed in 1978 and is now recognised and covered by most health insurance companies around the world. Star athletes and celebrities both use this chilly treatment as a way to reduce inflammation, reduce pain and swelling, promote healing of injuries and even to help with anti-ageing and weight loss!

However, as Cryotherapy got more popular, it has gained a lot of attention from both the medical community and sceptics regarding its safety. Many people are now asking, “is Whole Body Cryotherapy Really Safe?”

Is Cryotherapy safe?

One of the main concerns about Whole Body Cryotherapy is the freezing cold temperatures. People often confuse this treatment with ice baths and think that their body will simply freeze. However, the two treatments couldn’t be more different. Unlike ice baths, Whole Body Cryotherapy only lowers the temperature of the skin’s surface, not your body’s core temperature. This results in increased blood flow, increased oxygen and also reduced inflammation. Basically, this means that there is no chance of getting frostbite or chill burns from Whole Body Cryotherapy.

During your whole treatment, vaporised nitrogen air is passed over your skin’s surface, which is not only dry but is completely harmless to your skin. Many people fear that the nitrogen is dangerous and that it will cause you to pass out, however, if performed by a licensed Cryotherapy specialist, during Whole Body Cryotherapy this will never happen. Nitrogen is not only non-toxic, but it makes up 78% of the air we breathe every second of every day. Plus, during your entire treatment, your head remains out of the Cryotherapy chamber, so you will be able to breathe room temperature air the entire time.

Having said all of this, there are some people who just aren’t suited to Cryotherapy. Individuals that have health issues sensitive to blood flow such as hypertension, heart disease, anaemia or seizures are advised to steer clear of this icy treatment. Pregnant women and people with systemic issues such as diabetes should also reconsider trying Whole Body Cryotherapy.

What are the safety measures used?

When you go to a professional and fully licensed Cryotherapy facility, you should have absolutely nothing to worry about regarding the safety of Cryotherapy. Before you even step into the CryoChamber room, a licensed technician will perform a full health screening to ensure you have no underlying health issues and that you know exactly what will happen during your Cryotherapy treatment.

After your assessment, you will then be given protective gloves and slippers to ensure your extremities don’t get too chilly during the Cryotherapy treatment. Your technician will stay with you throughout the entire process, monitoring oxygen levels, the time you’ve been inside the chamber, and of course, how you’re feeling. If at any point you become claustrophobic or wish to exit the CryoChamber, the door pushes open easily, and your technician will be there to help with anything you may need.

Under no circumstances should you stay in a Whole Body Cryotherapy Chamber for more than two or three minutes, this is to ensure that only your skin’s surface temperature drops to freezing and not your body’s core temperature. This will ensure that no adverse effects will happen to your health during or after the treatment.

Here at Polar Bare Club Cryotherapy, we use one of the safest Cryotherapy chambers in the world. Following the extremely strict guidelines on LN2 safety in Australia, the state of the art Juke is one of the only Cryotherapy Chambers that meet their guidelines. This means that with our fully professional team, and fantastic Juke chambers you’ll be in the safest hands possible.

Now that you’re fully informed and are ready to book your Cryotherapy treatment, head on over to our Services Page to check for available appointments. 

What is a Cryofacial and Does it Hurt?

Cryofacials are a Cryogenic treatment, developed by the highly talented Dr Kuehne in Los Angeles.  The process uses a controlled stream of liquid nitrogen vapours, which is passed over the entire face and neck. This below zero stream comes from a probe like ‘Cryowand’ and is used to ‘freeze’ the outer layer of skin, leaving your complexion looking brighter, more vibrant and with fewer fine lines.

As soon as the vapour passes over your skin there is an instantaneous tightening of the skin’s surface and pores, which effectively fills in fine lines and wrinkles. However, it’s underneath the skin that the true magic happens. The Cryofacial instantly triggers a steady dilation of blood vessels and lymphatic capillaries, allowing the blood to carry more oxygen, nutrients and even collagen to the skin’s surface. This quick rush of goodies causes the production of collagen to increase, leaving you with a truly glowing and even complexion.

If you suffer from puffiness around your eyes or red patches on your face and neck, having a Cryofacial could be the answer to all your problems. The liquid nitrogen vapour relaxes muscles and reduces swelling and inflammation, which can drastically reduce puffiness and uneven skin tones.

The whole process only takes around 10 minutes, and unlike most other facial treatments, there’s no irritation or reddening afterwards. You can step straight out of the clinic and onto the red carpet after a Cryofacial treatment, which is what a lot of celebrities do.

Does a Cryofacial hurt?

Many people worry that they won’t be able to handle the freezing cold air, or that the process will be extremely painful. The Cryofacial process, when done by a professional, won’t cause any discomfort at all. Most people describe the experience as extremely relaxing and soothing, likening the sensation to having a hand fan blowing on your face on a hot summer’s day. Many Cryofacial experts have actually had clients fall asleep in the chair during the process as they were so relaxed.

There’s also absolutely no chance of freezing or damaging the skin in any way. The stream of liquid nitrogen vapour is passed over the surface of the skin in a gentle circular motion and is never left in one place long enough to cause any damage at all.

What are the long-term effects?

From the second you get out of the chair, you’ll notice a dramatic change in your skin’s appearance. Fine lines will be reduced, and your skin will look healthy, vibrant and glowing. However, when used on a regular basis, Cryofacials can have a wide range of amazing Benefits.

  • Increased elasticity of skin
  • Brightens dark spots
  • Evens skin tone
  • Treats skin problems such as acne and eczema
  • Restores Firmness and radiance
  • Lightens scars
  • Reduces wrinkles and fine lines

If you need to brighten your complexion, help a facial skin condition or reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles, then book your Cryofacial with us now. Click HERE to see prices and availability.

The History of Cryotherapy

The use of cold has been used to treat ailments, pain and inflammation since before 2500 BC. One of the first recorded uses of applying cold as a medical treatment was written in the Edwin Smith Papyrus, an ancient Egyptian text. The Egyptians would use cold to treat trauma and to serve as an aid during more complex surgical treatments. There are many occasions where the use of cold was said to release pain and to treat inflammation throughout the text.

In 400 BC, the famous Greek physician would use ice and snow to release swelling and pain for his patients. The name Cryotherapy actually comes from the Greek words Cryo meaning cold and Therapeia meaning cure.

However, it wasn’t until 1845, during the works of DR. James Arnott, that the benefits of using cold as a treatment were officially noted. Arnott would use cold to treat headaches and neuralgia, and he noted the almost immediate benefits. He also created a solution of salt and crushed ice which he used to ‘freeze’ various tumours. In 1851, Arnott exhibited his solution and apparatus and the use of cold to treat pain and inflammation became widely accepted.

The complex studies and findings of Dr. James Arnott sparked the curiosity of many other physicians, and in 1977, Cailletet of France began working on an expansion system for cooling gases. After many years and the contribution of many great scientific minds, the first medical use of cooled liquid air took place in 1889. The leading doctor in this field, Campbell White, used the liquid air to treat herpes, warts, cancroid and many other adverse skin conditions. In 1907 Dr. White wrote a paper describing the great benefits spot treatment Cryotherapy had on 15 different types of skin cancer.

However, It wasn’t until 197, when Dr. Yamaguchi of Japan introduced full-body Cryotherapy. Yamaguchi used short bursts of Cryotherapy to treat rheumatoid arthritis and found that a rapid decrease of the skins surface temperature leads to a release of endorphins numbing sensitivity to pain. His research led to the production of the first even Cryotherapy chamber, used today in modern full-body Cryotherapy treatments.

This treatment quickly migrated to Europe, where the use of Whole Body Cryotherapy was used on athletes to treat chronic inflammation and pain. In 2008, Cryotherapy chambers were being used all over the United States, and have since spread all over the world.

Today, the use of Cryotherapy is widely accepted and practised in almost all 1st world countries, and there have been over 69,000 studies made on the use of Cryotherapy and the effects on the human body.

Your Cryotherapy Questions Answered!

As Cryotherapy is still widely unknown amongst the general public, it’s normal that you will have a few questions. Many people are hearing amazing things about Cryotherapy and wish to book their first treatment, but a few niggling thoughts and questions are holding them back.

Well, that’s why we’ve created this FAQ, to give you the answers to all the questions you may have.

HOW DOES WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY WORK?

Once you step into the Cryosauna, 100% safe cryogenic Nitrogen vapour will be passed over the skin. This lowers the surface skin temperature by around 30-50 degrees in under 3 minutes. This drastic change sends a signal to your brain which causes it to stimulate your body’s regulatory functions. Your central nervous system is boosted, anti-inflammatory molecules and endorphins are released, the amount of blood carried in your red blood cells increases and your body purges toxins.

IS WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY SAFE?

Absolutely! Nitrogen is non-toxic and makes up 78% of the air we breathe every single day. While in the Cryosauna your head is completely outside, so you will feel free and be able to breathe the room-temperature air during the process. You will also be provided with protective gloves socks and slippers to keep your fingers and toes warm during the process.

CAN I EXERCISE  BEFORE OR AFTER WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY?

Of course, it’s completely safe to exercise both before and after. In some cases, it’s actually recommended by your Cryotherapy attendant to do some light exercise after your treatment to help your skin warm up faster. Exercising before your whole body Cryotherapy treatment you will experience a quicker recovery thanks to the anti-inflammatory response, and increased energy.

HOW DO I FEEL AFTER THE CRYOSAUNA?

Every client will experience a high release of endorphins after each treatment which is a hormone that gives you energy and makes you feel happy. People suffering from inflammation or pain will feel relief almost immediately. The effects of each full body Cryotherapy will last 6-8 hours after treatment. Many clients also experience a metabolic rate increase and can be expected to burn 500-800 calories the day of their treatment.

WILL I BE ABLE TO STAND THE COLD?

During your Cryotherapy treatment, your body isn’t actually being frozen, it’s simply been given the feeling of being cold. The air passed over your skin is completely dry and safe, and will only lower the temperature of the skin’s surface. However, if at any moment you wish to step out of the Cryosauna you are free to do so and your experienced attendant will be there to help.

IS WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY THE SAME AS AN ICE BATH?

No! Ice baths can last up to 20 minutes, are extremely painful and can ultimately damage the skin. Cryotherapy is a completely dry process, so the skin is never penetrated by the cold. Cryotherapy also only lasts up to 3 minutes and the effects are much greater. Cryotherapy will actually improve your skin’s condition over time and will reduce inflammation much quicker than an ice bath.

WHO SHOULDN’T USE WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY?

Although full body Cryotherapy is completely safe, as with any treatments, there are some cases where it is advisable not to undergo the process. It’s advisable not to enter a Cryosauna if you are pregnant, have severe hypertension, arrhythmia, unstable angina pectoris, recent or acute myocardial infarction, a cardiac pacemaker, cardiovascular disease, venous thrombosis, peripheral arterial occlusive disease, recent or highly acute cerebrovascular accident, uncontrollable seizures, a fever, tutor disease, severe anemia, symptomatic lung disorder, a recent infection, cold allergies, are under 18 years old without parental consent, or have an acute kidney or urinary tract disease.

What to Expect From Your First Cryotherapy Treatment

Although Cryotherapy is perfectly safe and extremely good for your health, the idea of entering a chamber at -110°C can be a little daunting. In this post, I will set your mind at ease by walking you through each step you will experience in your very first Cryotherapy treatment.

The very first step on your road to better health and faster recovery is to complete a health screening form. This will make sure there are no underlying health issues which could stop you from being able to proceed with the treatment.

After your form has quickly been assessed, you will proceed to the changing area where you will be given complimentary gloves and slippers to keep your toes and fingers protected. You should also wear a swimsuit or shorts (and sports bra for women) when using the Cryotherapy chambers.

Once you are primed and prepped for your treatment to begin, a fully certified Cryotherapy staff member will give you a rundown of all the benefits, process and safety precautions to follow during your treatment. This allows for an optimal experience and optimum results.

Your skin temperature will then be measured and you can finally proceed to step into the cooling chamber. Once inside the chamber, your assigned Cryotherapy specialist will close the door and begin the process.

There is absolutely no actual freezing involved in a Cryotherapy chamber. Cold, dry air is passed over your body which causes your skin temperature to drop between 30 and 45 degrees. This is where the magic happens, your immune and central nervous systems kick in, and your body begins the process of healing.

The feeling of the cold air moving over your body may feel unusual, but it won’t hurt at all. Unlike ice baths, Cryotherapy uses completely dry air, so it doesn’t cause pain or damage the skin.

During your time in the chamber, there will be a member of staff monitoring the whole process, and the doors of the chamber never lock, so you can step out at any time.

After 2 to 2.5 minutes your treatment will be over, and you can step out of the chamber. At this point the member of staff attending you will record your skin’s temperature again, to better assess your progress and tailor your next treatments to your body’s exact needs.

As soon as you step out of the Cryotherapy chamber your skin will feel cold to the touch and endorphins will be racing around your body by this point. After around 10-15 minutes your body will return to its normal temperature. To speed up this process some clients may be asked to do around 2-3 minutes of light cardio.

Even after you leave the studio, your body will continue to heal and rejuvenate, and you will burn around 500-800 calories throughout the day of your treatment.

Who Uses Cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy is quickly becoming one of the most popular forms of pain and relaxation treatments throughout the celebrity world.

The innovative and somewhat unusual method of using sub-zero temperatures to treat a whole host of physical ailments is now being used all over the world and is giving some outstanding results.

Cryotherapy was originally developed to help star athletes with inflammation, muscle tiredness and even whole body recovery after a long game or sporting event.

World-class NBA athletes such as Kobe Bryant and LeBron James swear by this all-over Cryotherapy method. They regularly use it to elevate inflammation and pain. The undefeated boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. uses Cryotherapy before and after every fight, to assist with faster recovery time and to lower his pain levels.

Cryotherapy can also be used as a localised treatment to treat isolated injuries. This method is commonly used in the lower back, shoulder, ankle or knee. The team of professional dancers on ‘Dancing With The Stars’ and NBA teams like the Phoenix Suns often use this spot therapy version of Cryotherapy to heal more specific injuries.

Recently, celebrities such as Christina Aguilera and renowned speaker Tony Robbins have taken a shine to a few other benefits of Cryotherapy. Tony is said to use this freezing treatment to reduce stress, improve his sleep patterns and to help his body function optimally throughout the day.

Christina Aguilera takes advantage of the amazing full body healing and anti-ageing properties that come with exposure to extreme cold. This popular singer even uses Cryotherapy to facilitate in her workout regimes to help her lose weight and keep her body in fantastic shape.

Can I use Cryotherapy?

Don’t worry, you don’t need to be an A-list celebrity, star athlete or world famous singer to reap the benefits of Cryotherapy.

Anyone looking to improve their nervous system, elevate inflammation or muscle pain, decrease recovery time from an injury, or to increase their central nervous system response to help maintain a healthier body can use Cryotherapy.

It has even been said that the two-minute treatments can help people recover from extreme jet lag, improve sleep disorders and treat abnormal skin disorders, so this fascinating treatment really is for everybody.

If you feel like Cryotherapy could help you, but you’re not quite sure where to start, then send us a message HERE and we will get right back to you with all the information you need.

On the other hand, if you’re ready to jump right in, you can book your first Cryotherapy session with us by following THIS link.