How do the therapies work?
During a Cryotherapy session, the low temperature of the cooled air only affects your skin’s surface, triggering your thermoreceptors to send electrical impulses to the brain making you ‘think’ you are freezing. The blood vessels in your skins surface and muscle tissue constrict, forcing blood away from your peripheral tissues towards the organs in the core of your body. In the core, your body’s natural filtration system works to remove toxins and inflammatory properties of the blood.
After the Cryotherapy session has finished, your body starts to warm up, your blood cells expand and cause a significant increase in the blood flow to the extremities. Your blood, which is now enriched with oxygen, enzymes, collagen and other nutrients to a much greater degree than under normal balanced conditions, is dilated and flows back through the body, activating its natural healing abilities.
Some of the benefits of Cryotherapy may include;
Supporting the relief of pain for long term medical conditions
Improving the feeling of well-being
Reducing inflammation and muscle damage, aiding quicker recovery
Help for those experiencing mood disorders like anxiety and depression
Have a look at this video to see the Cryo Penguin in action
Some of the benefits of soft tissue therapy may include;
Relaxing tense muscles, increase range of movement and joint flexibility
Improving the healing time of strained ligaments and muscular tissue
Improving circulation, strengthens immune system
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Some of the benefits of Wellbeing Coaching may include;