Full Body Cryotherapy Chambers Brisbane

It’s time to chill out and forget about inflammation, fatigue and stress.

Do you want a way to start feeling more rejuvenated and ready to take on the world? It’s time to give Cryotherapy a try. Exposing yourself to freezing temperatures may not seem like a logical choice to find a way to relax, but Cryotherapy has a multitude of cognitive and physiological benefits.

for 10 min total
Group bookings available

Benefits of Full Body Cryotherapy Chambers Brisbane

The process of exposing oneself to extremely cold temperatures for a short amount of time is comparable to the beneficial stress induced by exercise or extreme heat in saunas and steam rooms. Known as hormesis, this controlled stress triggers positive adaptations throughout the body. These adaptive responses initiated by the cold work together to improve mental clarity and focus, increase metabolism and immune function, and improve muscle recovery.

Cryotherapy stimulates vasoconstriction of the blood vessels from your extremities (arms and legs) to your heart to try to keep your core warm. When you exit the chamber, there is vasodilation, so the blood flows back to these extremities. This benefits muscle recovery, clearing out metabolites while also improving the blood flow of oxygen and nutrients to the muscles.

In practical terms, it gives your muscles a power boost. Meaning you can become stronger and train harder for longer.

Reduce inflammation

Whole-body cryotherapy can facilitate a reduction of systemic inflammation, and lower concentrations of markers for muscle cell damage. Multiple exposures can lead to improvements in recovery from pain and loss of muscle function.

Inflammation left unchecked can contribute to chronic diseases, and by undergoing regular body cryotherapy sessions, the body can facilitate faster muscle healing. Cryotherapy is commonly used by professional athletes wanting to boost the body’s recovery speed from muscle pain and increase entire body performance.

Improve sleep quality

The use of 3 minute whole-body cryotherapy after training in the evening reduces pain, and improves parasympathetic nervous activity and sleep quality in physically active subjects.

Sleep latency can be limited just by standing in a whole-body cryotherapy chamber. As the extremely cold temperature increases, core body temperature drops and this can help regulate your circadian rhythm.

Improve collagen production

The controlled stream of cold air helps stimulate the production of collagen, flushing skin toxins and renewing elasticity.

Because it can improve antioxidant levels in the blood while simultaneously reducing inflammation, both localised and whole-body cryotherapy are perfect remedies for those suffering from chronic skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis, and psoriasis.

Improve antioxidant levels

Antioxidant levels can spike to a harmful degree through air pollution, diet, excessive sunbathing and harmful lifestyle choices. Multiple studies have shown that through regular whole-body cryotherapy treatments, oxidative stress can be reduced.

Lessens arthritic pain

Highly effective treatment for muscle and joint pain, cryotherapy can offer immediate relief as it stimulates a semi-hypothermic response to the cold air. Blood flow will increase to keep the body’s core temperature up and thus remove toxins stored in the joints. When treatment is undergone regularly, arthritic pain can soon be a thing of the past.

Read our guide on the benefits of cryotherapy for more information.

Pro tip
If you are primarily focused on muscular strength and hypertrophy, you would not want to employ cold exposure during post-training window where it would blunt or attenuate the inflammatory response, which is an essential stimulus for the growth of muscles. For those wanting to gain strength and muscular gains, we recommend waiting 4-6 hours following strength training to engage in any form of cold exposure as a means of recovery.

Try one of our Cryotherapy protocols

We have combined Cryotherapy with other equipment into specialized health protocols


1 hr 20 mins
  • Red light therapy: 20min
  • HBOT: 60min
Harness the therapeutic advantages of red and near-infrared light wavelengths to optimise cellular energy production, empowering your body to fight inflammation and fatigue while simultaneously improving energy and tissue repair. Combined with the benefits of improved oxygen absorption provided by our hyperbaric oxygen chamber, this protocol is designed to optimise the healing processes of the body and get you back to doing the things you love

How does our Cryotherapy chamber in Brisbane work?

Our Cryotherapy is a therapeutic practice that involves exposing your body to extremely low temperatures. You’ll enter our cryogenic chambers, ranging from -80 to -110 degrees Celsius, for a short duration (typically between 3 to 5 minutes). This sudden exposure to the extreme cold triggers a systemic response where the blood vessels constrict. Upon exiting the cryotherapy chamber, the blood vessels will dilate to rewarm itself.

Cryotherapy harnesses hormones to enhance your blood circulation and simultaneously releases endorphins to promote alertness and energy, among other things.

Book your Cryotherapy session in Brisbane today

Our entire-body cryotherapy chamber will help bring you the more focused, revitalised, and energised you you’ve been searching for.
Book a session at our Brisbane Cryotherapy clinic now, and discover the benefits for yourself!

Cryotherapy FAQs

Can’t find the answers? Get in touch with us today, and our team of experts will happily assist.
When administered correctly, Cryotherapy is generally safe. However, it’s essential to follow the guidelines set by our professionals and consult with your doctor if you have any preexisting conditions before going ahead with treatment.
In short, no. Pregnant women shouldn’t go for full-body Cryotherapy, as well as Cryotherapy via liquid nitrogen and ice baths. The dramatic temperature change will increase blood flow, which can be extremely dangerous during pregnancy.
Everyone is different, and Cryotherapy will affect people differently. This means some people could experience immediate benefits such as an improved mood and reduced muscle soreness, while others may need several cryotherapy sessions at our clinic.

View our evidence-based protocols

We use the most up to date research to match protocols with health outcomes.