Cryotherapy Safety


Whole Body Cryotherapy with CRYO SYSTEM chambers are very safe and have been used for three decades without severe adverse reactions being recorded.

Our WBC chamber is equipped with multiple monitors to ensure all aspects of the cryotherapy process are as they should be. Oxygen sensors and proper ventilation systems are there to ensure optimal air quality.

Our staff is fully trained to make sure you experience both ultimate healing and ultimate safety. There is an emergency stop button and an emergency exit door in case there is ever an emergency or evacuation required.

All sessions are supervised by an instructor who explains the procedure to the clients before they enter, and monitors the session from start to finish.

In addition, the room is equipped with oxygen sensors and proper ventilation systems to ensure optimal air quality. Our staff is fully trained to make sure you experience both ultimate healing and ultimate safety.

It is important to be well prepared for the treatment though. The skin, hair and undergarments must be dry. Avoid swimming, showering and exercising immediately prior to a cryotherapy session.

Minus 110 degrees in WBC chamber is cooled by liquid nitrogen, and nitrogen makes up 78% of the air we breathe, but there is no direct exposure to nitrogen in the chamber. Clients simply breathe normal room air which has been cooled. A mask is provided to ensure the air is warm around the mouth and no discomfort is caused.