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Art of Cryo: Best of both worlds

Art of Cryo is blending its high-performance cryotherapy solutions with intermittent vacuum therapy to offer a complete and effective whole-body wellness experience


Whole-body cryotherapy (WBC) is a natural ‘cold’ remedy with more than 50 areas of application. It can be used to treat anything from sleep disorders, rheumatism, arthritis, pain syndromes and inflammation, to anxiety, depression, psychosomatic disorders and numerous chronic health disorders.

Initially adopted by medics, cryotherapy has been taken up by high-performance sportspeople as well as spa, wellness and fitness operators.

Skip to the present day and pioneers in the wellness industry are now looking to enhance the effects of WBC by combining it with intermittent vacuum therapy (IVT).

IVT was first developed by NASA and the German Aerospace Center and is claimed to complement WBC by enhancing its capacity to promote recovery, contour the body and strengthen connective tissue.

How it works
Cryotherapy works by forcing the body to send blood to the brain and the core in a process called vasoconstriction. Afterwards, vasodilation takes place, whereby blood, with its enriching load of oxygen, nutrients and enzymes, flows back into the peripheral tissue.

According to WBC specialist, Art of Cryo, a subsequent session inside one of its IVT models will amplify these benefits by promoting capillarisation.

Although this sounds futuristic, Art of Cryo is ahead of the curve and already providing spa operators with the means to provide WBC and IVT experiences, both of which are touchless therapies.

The company offers a range of cryotherapy chambers, as well as a dedicated IVT solution, in the form of the compact Art of Cryo Vacu model.

About the experience
Art of Cryo suggests the combined experience should last 45-60 minutes, with guests spending between 1.5 and five minutes inside one of its Vaultz cryotherapy chambers – depending on personal preference and the model in question – and then completing a 30-minute Art of Cryo Vacu session, with accompanying rest periods.

Art of Cryo’s Rainer Bolsinger says: “For our lifestyle customers, the most important effects are prevention, regeneration and strengthening of connective tissue.”

Today there are increasingly more lifestyle centres combining cryo-chambers with Art of Cryo Vacu, such as Coolzoone in Cologne (www.coolzoone.de) and Cryodukt in Zurich (www.cryodukt.ch/en).

If you’re interested in tapping into this high-performance wellness trend and offering your spa guests a new way to refresh their wellbeing, contact Art of Cryo for more information.

More: www.artofcryo.com

Art of Cryo

"For our lifestyle customers, the most important effects are prevention, regeneration and strengthening of connective tissue" –  Rainer Bolsinger

Art of Cryo specialises in the creation of cryotherapy experiences Credit: Photo: art of cryo
 


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Art of Cryo: Best of both worlds


Art of Cryo is blending its high-performance cryotherapy solutions with intermittent vacuum therapy to offer a complete and effective whole-body wellness experience

Intermittent vacuum therapy enhances the effects of cryotherapy Photo: art of cryo
Art of Cryo specialises in the creation of cryotherapy experiences Photo: art of cryo

Whole-body cryotherapy (WBC) is a natural ‘cold’ remedy with more than 50 areas of application. It can be used to treat anything from sleep disorders, rheumatism, arthritis, pain syndromes and inflammation, to anxiety, depression, psychosomatic disorders and numerous chronic health disorders.

Initially adopted by medics, cryotherapy has been taken up by high-performance sportspeople as well as spa, wellness and fitness operators.

Skip to the present day and pioneers in the wellness industry are now looking to enhance the effects of WBC by combining it with intermittent vacuum therapy (IVT).

IVT was first developed by NASA and the German Aerospace Center and is claimed to complement WBC by enhancing its capacity to promote recovery, contour the body and strengthen connective tissue.

How it works
Cryotherapy works by forcing the body to send blood to the brain and the core in a process called vasoconstriction. Afterwards, vasodilation takes place, whereby blood, with its enriching load of oxygen, nutrients and enzymes, flows back into the peripheral tissue.

According to WBC specialist, Art of Cryo, a subsequent session inside one of its IVT models will amplify these benefits by promoting capillarisation.

Although this sounds futuristic, Art of Cryo is ahead of the curve and already providing spa operators with the means to provide WBC and IVT experiences, both of which are touchless therapies.

The company offers a range of cryotherapy chambers, as well as a dedicated IVT solution, in the form of the compact Art of Cryo Vacu model.

About the experience
Art of Cryo suggests the combined experience should last 45-60 minutes, with guests spending between 1.5 and five minutes inside one of its Vaultz cryotherapy chambers – depending on personal preference and the model in question – and then completing a 30-minute Art of Cryo Vacu session, with accompanying rest periods.

Art of Cryo’s Rainer Bolsinger says: “For our lifestyle customers, the most important effects are prevention, regeneration and strengthening of connective tissue.”

Today there are increasingly more lifestyle centres combining cryo-chambers with Art of Cryo Vacu, such as Coolzoone in Cologne (www.coolzoone.de) and Cryodukt in Zurich (www.cryodukt.ch/en).

If you’re interested in tapping into this high-performance wellness trend and offering your spa guests a new way to refresh their wellbeing, contact Art of Cryo for more information.

More: www.artofcryo.com

Art of Cryo

"For our lifestyle customers, the most important effects are prevention, regeneration and strengthening of connective tissue" –  Rainer Bolsinger


Originally published in Spa Business 2022 issue 1

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