Cryosauna Space Cabin (Whole Body Cryotherapy)

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the difference between Cryosauna Space Cabin and Ice Bath?
A: An extreme difference in temperature between the two methods will suggest a different result. Whole Body Cryotherapy sessions, when compared to traditional ice baths, do not freeze the tissues and muscles. In effect, there is no down time required for the individual before he/she can go back to his/her normal routine. Unlike Ice Bath, Whole Body Cryotherapy sessions have no penetrating pain and does not interrupt the supply of oxygen to the skin.


Q:  How does the client feel after a session?
A: Upon exposure to a controlled and safe environment, with extremely low temperature the body recruits and activates a sudden rush of these resource-rich blood supply to the body.  In effect, this promotes a surge of energy flow in all energy network, thus unclogging the blocked areas and restoring the normal functioning of the body, promoting a healthy sleep and a positive mood.

Q: How many treatments should I do?
A: It may depend largely on your lifestyle and preference. Although you will witness benefits after just 1 session of Cryosauna Space Cabin, to see maximum benefits it is recommended to maintain a regimen of 5 to 10 sessions with a day or two interval. Then establish a routine, based on need, of 1 to 2 sessions per week.

Q: What are the benefits?
A: Cooling the body to extreme temperatures sends blood supply to flow to the most vital organs and supply these areas with maximum oxygen & bodily nutrients. Cryotherapy effectively reduces swelling, bruising and inflammation and also accelerates the body’s natural healing & immune processes. Medical journals concludes that it gives a boost in energy and promotes a better sleep that is all essential for recover to have a strong comeback in your daily routine.


Q: Who should NOT undergo Cryotherapy?

A: Individuals with the following conditions should consult with their doctor and determine if cryotherapy is contraindicated:

  • Cardiovascular Diseases (hypertension, prior heart surgery, stroke, etc.)
  • Circulatory and Skin Conditions (Reynaud's disease, DVT, vasculitis, etc.)
  • Blood Disorders (severe anemia)
  • Nervous System, Kidney and Liver (diabetes, seizure disorders, polyneuropathy)
  • General Health Conditions (alcohol or drug related contraindicationspregnancy, open wounds)