3 minutes is all it takes to RELOAD your body!

Experience the RELOAD effect for your entire body in our popular °CRYO Science Arctic Chamber!!

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At a range between -166°F and -220°F, you can leave everyday stress behind and refresh your body, mind, and soul. Try our cold chamber and experience for yourself the unique feeling! Our single-person, whole-body cryotherapy chamber is designed to deliver the safest and most effective cryo treatments.


  • °CRYO Science Arctic Chamber

Time duration:

  • 3 mins


  • Reduced pain & inflammation
  • Improves joint function.
  • Increases collagen production.
  • Burns 500-800 calories per session.
  • Can help improve eczema, acne & psoriasis.
  • Reduce the risk of developing dementia.
  • Stimulates Production of Endorphins.
  • Increases metabolism.
  • Improves sleep quality.
  • Strengthens immune system.
  • Reduction of cellulite.
  • Helps flush out lactic acid.
  • Speeds up recovery time.

Safety and Comfort

°CRYO Arctic™:

The °CRYO Arctic™ boasts top-notch safety features, ensuring a comfortable and secure experience for users. Its unique design prevents direct contact with nitrogen, eliminating any risk of cold burns. The °CRYO Arctic™ also comes with a transparent door and interior lighting, offering a more comfortable and visually appealing experience.

Single Electric Cryo Chambers:

While single electric cryo chambers generally provide a safe environment for cryotherapy, some models may lack the advanced safety features and design elements found in the °CRYO Arctic™. Users may feel less comfortable due to limited visibility and lighting inside the chamber.

Temperature Range and Efficiency

°CRYO Arctic™:

The °CRYO Arctic™ can achieve temperatures as low as -140°C, providing a more effective and efficient cryotherapy experience. This allows users to experience enhanced benefits such as reduced inflammation, faster recovery, and improved overall wellbeing.

Single Electric Cryo Chambers:

Typical single electric cryo chambers often reach temperatures of around -80°C, which may limit the effectiveness of the therapy compared to the lower temperatures achieved by the °CRYO Arctic™.

Why Go Colder? The Benefits of -140°C

Reaching -140°C with the °CRYO Arctic™ means providing your clients with some serious advantages over machines that only reach -110°C. These benefits include:

  1. Increased therapeutic effects: Colder temperatures enhance the body’s response to cryotherapy, boosting the release of endorphins, reducing inflammation, and accelerating muscle recovery.
  2. Enhanced athletic performance: Athletes can recover faster and train more efficiently, as the extreme cold promotes rapid muscle repair and reduces the risk of injury.
  3. Improved skin health: The intense cold stimulates collagen production, leading to tighter, more youthful-looking skin and reducing the appearance of cellulite.
  4. Better mental well-being: The colder temperatures can help alleviate stress, anxiety, and depression by promoting the release of mood-enhancing endorphins.
  5. Greater metabolic boost: The body expends more energy to stay warm in colder temperatures, increasing calorie burn and supporting weight loss goals.


What is Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC)?

Whole body cryotherapy (WBC) is a three minute treatment that exposes the entire body to extreme
temperatures as low as -140°C in order to promote recovery, performance, wellness, beauty, and
weight loss benefits.

The intended effects and reported benefits of Whole Body Cryotherapy include:

1. Pain Reduction and Inflammation:

  • Proponents claim that WBC can help alleviate pain and reduce inflammation, making it popular among athletes for post-exercise recovery and individuals with conditions involving inflammation.

2. Muscle Recovery:

  • Athletes often use WBC to accelerate muscle recovery after intense physical activity, with the rapid cooling believed to constrict blood vessels and decrease inflammation.

3. Increased Metabolism:

  • Some proponents suggest that WBC can temporarily boost the metabolic rate, potentially aiding in weight loss efforts.

4. Improved Circulation:

  • The extreme cold is thought to cause blood vessels to constrict and then dilate upon warming, leading to improved circulation.

5. Enhanced Energy and Well-Being:

  • Advocates often claim that WBC sessions can result in increased energy levels, improved mood, and an overall sense of well-being.

It's essential to note that while many individuals report positive experiences with Whole Body Cryotherapy, scientific evidence supporting some of these claims is still limited and the effectiveness of the treatment can vary among individuals. Moreover, the safety of cryotherapy, particularly in extreme forms, has been a subject of discussion, and there are potential risks and contraindications that individuals should consider.

Before undergoing Whole Body Cryotherapy, it is crucial for individuals to consult with healthcare professionals, especially if they have pre-existing medical conditions or concerns about the treatment's suitability for their specific health circumstances.

What to expect?

At CRYO RELOAD, our top priority is your comfort during each treatment. Our dedicated staff will guide you through the entire process to ensure you feel at ease throughout your treatment. 

If this is your first time with us, you will fill up a simple waiver so we can get a feel for your current situation as well as your goals. This way, we can ideally guide you through your WBC experience.

There is little preparation needed to do WBC, only a dry body and an open mind! 

Here's an overview of the general process of whole body cryotherapy:

1. Preparation:

  • Clients are provided with a robe & protective gear such as gloves, socks, and slippers to minimize skin exposure to the cold.
  • Men should wear loose-fitting shorts and either take off their shirts or wear tank tops for the best care. For optimum skin exposure, we advise women to wear relaxed shorts and a sports bra or tank top. Your degree of comfort and desire for the best therapy will ultimately dictate what you wear throughout your treatment.
  • It's important to remove any metal jewelry or accessories as they can pose a risk of frostbite due to extreme cold temperatures.
  • Very important to be dried, before entering the chamber.

2. Entering the °CRYO Arctic Performance Chamber:

  • Only once you step into the chamber will you remove your robe.
  • The client enters chamber, which is a spacious space for one person. Clients enjoy more room to move around inside the chamber without feeling closed in
  • The chamber has an adjustable window giving clients the option to experience partial or whole body cryotherapy.Best for people with claustrophobia.
  • The chamber is also equipped with a convenient low doorstep for easy entry and exit. No more dealing with a faulty lift.

3. Duration of Exposure:

  • The exposure time to the extreme cold is relatively short, usually lasting 1 to 3 minutes. The duration may vary based on the individual's tolerance, the specific cryotherapy system, and the treatment goals.
  • Rest assured that you are never confined inside our chamber - you have the freedom to step out at any time if you feel uncomfortable. 

4. Client Monitoring:

  • A trained operator monitors the client throughout the session.
  • Clients are encouraged to move gently or perform light exercises to maintain circulation and distribute the cooling effects evenly.
  • Favorite song can be played inside the chamber.

5. Exiting the Cryotherapy Chamber:

  • After the prescribed time, the client exits the cryotherapy chamber.
  • The protective gear is removed, and normal clothing can be put back on.

6. Post-Cryotherapy Activities:

  • It's common for individuals to experience a sensation of increased energy and alertness after the treatment.
  • Some people may engage in physical activities or exercises to further enhance the benefits of cryotherapy.

It's important to note that whole body cryotherapy should be conducted under the supervision of trained professionals. The extreme cold temperatures involved require careful monitoring to ensure the safety and well-being of individuals undergoing the treatment.

Additionally, individual responses to cryotherapy can vary, and it may not be suitable for everyone, especially those with certain medical conditions. Before undergoing whole body cryotherapy, individuals should consult with their healthcare provider to determine if it is appropriate for their specific circumstances.

What are the best times to do WBC?

The best times to include WBC can vary depending on individual preferences, health goals, and the specific reasons for undergoing cryotherapy. Here are some considerations for incorporating WBC into your routine:

1. Post-Exercise Recovery:

  • Many athletes and fitness enthusiasts use WBC as part of their post-exercise recovery routine. Exposure to extreme cold may help reduce muscle soreness and inflammation after intense physical activity.

2. In the Morning:

  • Some individuals prefer to include WBC in the morning as a way to boost energy levels and start the day with a sense of invigoration. The release of endorphins during cryotherapy may contribute to an improved mood and increased alertness.

4. Before or After Physical Therapy:

  • If you are undergoing physical therapy for certain injuries or conditions, consult with your healthcare provider to determine if WBC might complement your treatment. It may be used before or after physical therapy sessions to enhance the therapeutic effects.

5. Before a Stressful Event:

  • Some individuals use WBC before stressful events or situations as a way to manage stress and anxiety. The potential release of endorphins and the overall invigorating effect may contribute to a sense of well-being.

6. As Part of a Regular Wellness Routine:

  • Some people incorporate WBC into their regular wellness routines, independent of specific exercise or therapy sessions. This may be done periodically to promote overall well-being.

7. Not Before Sleep:

  • Avoid undergoing WBC right before bedtime, as the stimulating effects of the treatment could interfere with sleep. It's generally recommended to schedule sessions earlier in the day.

It's crucial to note that individual responses to WBC can vary, and the best time to include cryotherapy depends on personal preferences and lifestyle. Additionally, individuals with certain medical conditions or concerns should consult with healthcare professionals before incorporating WBC into their routine to ensure its safety and suitability for their specific circumstances. Always follow the guidelines provided by the cryotherapy facility and seek advice from healthcare professionals if you have any uncertainties.

How often should you do WBC?

The frequency of WBC sessions can vary based on individual goals, health conditions, and personal preferences. There isn't a one-size-fits-all answer, and the optimal frequency may depend on factors such as your overall health, the specific reasons for undergoing cryotherapy, and how your body responds to the treatment.

Here are some general guidelines:

  • For general wellness, 3-5 treatment sessions per week for the first month.
  • For optimum health and wellness, 5 sessions per week for at least 2 weeks.
  • For weight loss and metabolic boost, 3-5 sessions per week for at least 2 weeks (though it should be combined with exercise and healthy eating for maximum effect).
  • For relief from arthritic pain, 5 sessions per week for at least 2 months.
  • For relief from fibromyalgia, 3-4 sessions per week for at least 2-4 weeks. 
  • For relief from chronic pain and general inflammation 2-5 sessions per week.
  • For better circulation, 2-3 sessions per week for at least 1 month.
  • For post-surgical recovery, 3 sessions per week for 3 weeks.
  • For improved moods, 1-2 sessions per week.
  • For improved quality of sleep, 2-3 sessions per week.
  • For increased energy levels, 2-3 sessions per week for at least 1 month.
  • For anti-aging and skin health benefits, 2-4 sessions per week for at least 2 months.
  • For chronic migraines and headaches, 2 sessions per week.

It's important to note that while many people report positive effects from WBC, scientific evidence supporting certain claims is still evolving. Additionally, individual responses can vary, and cryotherapy may not be suitable for everyone. If you're uncertain about the frequency or safety of Whole Body Cryotherapy for your specific situation, it's recommended to seek advice from healthcare professionals before establishing a routine. Always follow the guidelines provided by the cryotherapy facility, and be aware of any contraindications that may apply to your health.

Who cannot do WBC?

Whole Body Cryotherapy treatments are very safe for the vast majority of people. However, there are some contraindications, which means treatment should not be provided. Please answer the following questions honestly and advise the CRYO RELOAD employee if any of the following apply to you:

1. People with certain medical conditions:

  • Individuals with certain medical conditions, such as Raynaud's disease, cryoglobulinemia, cold urticaria, and other cold-related conditions, may be at risk of complications from exposure to extremely cold temperatures. Additionally, individuals with cardiovascular issues or hypertension should consult their healthcare provider before undergoing WBC.

2. Pregnant women:

  • The effects of WBC on pregnant women and developing fetuses are not well-studied, so it is generally recommended that pregnant women avoid whole body cryotherapy.

3. Children under the age of 12:

  • Any minor greater than 12 years old can use Whole Body Cryotherapy. Any minor between the ages of 12 and 18 years old must have parental/guardian consent and a parent/legal guardian present during the treatment. Any minor between the ages of 12 and 18 years old only need parental/guardian consent prior to treatments but can undergo treatments without a parent/legal guardian being present.

4. People with respiratory conditions:

  • Individuals with asthma or other respiratory conditions may find the extremely cold air in the cryotherapy chamber irritating to their airways. It's advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before undergoing WBC.

5. Individuals with claustrophobia:

  • Some people may feel uncomfortable or anxious in the confined space of a cryotherapy chamber. Individuals with claustrophobia may find the experience distressing.

6. People with open wounds or infections:

  • Exposure to extreme cold can slow down the healing process. Individuals with open wounds, infections, or skin conditions should avoid whole body cryotherapy in the affected areas.

7. Those with a history of seizures:

  • There have been rare reports of seizures occurring during or after WBC sessions. Individuals with a history of seizures should exercise caution and consult with their healthcare provider.

It's crucial for individuals considering WBC to discuss their medical history with a healthcare professional to determine whether this therapy is appropriate for them. The information provided here is not exhaustive, and individual circumstances may vary. Always prioritize safety and consult with a healthcare professional before undergoing any new medical or wellness treatment.