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Art of Cryo – Cold gold

Introducing cryotherapy can be lucrative for spas, as well as offering customers a cutting-edge therapy with powerful benefits for both body and mind


Non-invasive, gentle, yet effective, cryotherapy can help ease numerous chronic health conditions, as well as disorders such as anxiety and depression.

Its positive effects have been scientifically proven in three main areas; health and prevention; sport and fitness; and anti-ageing and beauty, making it ideal as a service for customers in the spa and wellness sector.

Cryotherapy exploits the difference in temperature between the user and the cryo chamber to cool the body and stimulate important body functions.

During a session – which typically lasts just three to four minutes – cooling happens extremely quickly, activating thermoreceptors in the body and causing blood vessels to contract.

After leaving the chamber, blood vessels dilate, the blood flows back and a rush of beneficial endorphins is released.

Backed by science
Art of Cryo is a market leader in whole-body cryotherapy solutions and offers evidence-based products underpinned by 30 years’ experience in the field.

Its elegant chambers for whole body cryotherapy come in three lines: Single Vaultz, Vario Vaultz and Unical Vaultz.

All the high-performance chambers are powered by electricity and made to the highest quality standards, making them both efficient and eco-friendly.

Each is designed and built with advanced technology, so it provides even temperature distribution to ensure the delivery of first-class treatments.

Rainer Bolsinger, Art of Cryo chief sales and marketing officer, says the brand’s solutions offer an exciting opportunity for spas: “The initial investment can be quickly repaid, due to the fact it’s possible to deliver a huge number of treatments in a short time and at an extremely low marginal cost,” he explains. “Depending on the model, operators can deliver up to 150 treatments per day.”

Art of Cryo is part of industrial group L&R Kältetechnik – refrigeration tech specialists with a 30-year pedigree.

More: www.artofcryo.com

Photo: ART OF CRYO

"Depending on the model, operators can deliver up to 150 cryotherapy treatments per day" – Rainer Bolsinger, Art of Cryo

Raising the bar

Delivering holistic, sustainable health and wellbeing experiences has always been central to the philosophy of the Me Sense Spa at Austria’s five-star Alpenresort Schwarz.

The spa offering has recently been enriched and elevated by the introduction of cryogenic chambers in the form of Art of Cryo’s new high-performance Vaultz V1 Lux.

Thanks to the newly-installed Art of Cryo technology, The Alpenresort Schwarz is one of the first spas in Europe to offer sophisticated cryotherapy treatment technology to its guests.

The resort has invested in the V1 Lux chamber from Art of Cryo Credit: photo® Alpenresort Schwarz
 


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2021 issue 4

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Leisure Management - Art of Cryo – Cold gold

Sponsored

Art of Cryo – Cold gold


Introducing cryotherapy can be lucrative for spas, as well as offering customers a cutting-edge therapy with powerful benefits for both body and mind

The Alpenresort Schwarz in the Austrian Tirol is one of the first in Europe to offer cryotherapy to guests photo® Alpenresort Schwarz
The resort has invested in the V1 Lux chamber from Art of Cryo photo® Alpenresort Schwarz

Non-invasive, gentle, yet effective, cryotherapy can help ease numerous chronic health conditions, as well as disorders such as anxiety and depression.

Its positive effects have been scientifically proven in three main areas; health and prevention; sport and fitness; and anti-ageing and beauty, making it ideal as a service for customers in the spa and wellness sector.

Cryotherapy exploits the difference in temperature between the user and the cryo chamber to cool the body and stimulate important body functions.

During a session – which typically lasts just three to four minutes – cooling happens extremely quickly, activating thermoreceptors in the body and causing blood vessels to contract.

After leaving the chamber, blood vessels dilate, the blood flows back and a rush of beneficial endorphins is released.

Backed by science
Art of Cryo is a market leader in whole-body cryotherapy solutions and offers evidence-based products underpinned by 30 years’ experience in the field.

Its elegant chambers for whole body cryotherapy come in three lines: Single Vaultz, Vario Vaultz and Unical Vaultz.

All the high-performance chambers are powered by electricity and made to the highest quality standards, making them both efficient and eco-friendly.

Each is designed and built with advanced technology, so it provides even temperature distribution to ensure the delivery of first-class treatments.

Rainer Bolsinger, Art of Cryo chief sales and marketing officer, says the brand’s solutions offer an exciting opportunity for spas: “The initial investment can be quickly repaid, due to the fact it’s possible to deliver a huge number of treatments in a short time and at an extremely low marginal cost,” he explains. “Depending on the model, operators can deliver up to 150 treatments per day.”

Art of Cryo is part of industrial group L&R Kältetechnik – refrigeration tech specialists with a 30-year pedigree.

More: www.artofcryo.com

Photo: ART OF CRYO

"Depending on the model, operators can deliver up to 150 cryotherapy treatments per day" – Rainer Bolsinger, Art of Cryo

Raising the bar

Delivering holistic, sustainable health and wellbeing experiences has always been central to the philosophy of the Me Sense Spa at Austria’s five-star Alpenresort Schwarz.

The spa offering has recently been enriched and elevated by the introduction of cryogenic chambers in the form of Art of Cryo’s new high-performance Vaultz V1 Lux.

Thanks to the newly-installed Art of Cryo technology, The Alpenresort Schwarz is one of the first spas in Europe to offer sophisticated cryotherapy treatment technology to its guests.


Originally published in Spa Business 2021 issue 4

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