Unique and modern alternative treatment method using extremely low temperature (-120 or more) for 1-3 minutes. It has curative, preventive and regenerative effects. It plays an important role in the process of regenerating the body and in the treatment of post-traumatic conditions of the locomotor system, in cosmetics it is used to improve blood circulation, rejuvenate the skin, to treat aging and to remove toxins from the body.

The procedure itself is carried out in 2 phases, in cooling, followed by warming up (intensive exercise – stationary bike). During the entire stay in the sauna, clients are in contact with the operating medical staff. Positive effects in terms of the hormonal reaction of the organism are obtained after the sixth to eighth stay in the cryo sauna. Ideally, the treatment should include 10 procedures.

Cryotherapy process

Cryotherapy stimulates receptors that respond only to cold. During the procedure, the body temperature drops by only 0.5 ° C and the skin temperature by a maximum of 3 ° C. The action of extreme cold on receptors induces a process that positively affects the nerve endings and induces a response in the body, producing hormones, increasing metabolism and reducing pain. As a result of exposure to extreme cold, hormones are activated and the body’s own corticoids are released in an amount necessary to eliminate inflammatory processes, pain inhibitors, endorphins – happiness hormones, adrenaline, testosterone and many other body beneficial substances.

Cryotherapy and sport

Athletes use it as one of the most effective methods of increasing strength and stamina. They will provide their organism with the quickest recovery after the match or competition. Many athletes use this method to energize before the game or to intensify their training. It also speeds up rehabilitation after injuries.

Cryotherapy helps to treat the following diagnoses:

  • inflammatory diseases of the locomotive apparatus
  • rheumatic diseases, gout
  • degenerative diseases of joints and spine (arthrosis)
  • plate diseases
  • spine pain, osteoporosis, arthritis
  • multiple sclerosis
  • muscle changes
  • joints and tendons after injuries (contusions, hematomas, etc.)
  • paresis, spastic contractures in the extremities
  • fibromyalgia (soft tissue pain in the joints)
  • primary and secondary inflammatory changes
  • cellulitis
  • menopausal problems
  • Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease
  • cerebral palsy
  • degenerative changes due to nerve motor disorders
  • psoriasis, dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis
  • migraine symptoms and depression
  • insomnia and chronic fatigue
  • erectile dysfunction


  • poor health
  • decompensated chronic heart disease
  • myocardial infarction or convalescence
  • high pressure II. degree, high pressure III. degree (blood pressure ≥ 180/100 mm Hg)
  • cardiac conduction disorders and cardiac rhythm with unfavorable prognosis
  • Raynaud’s syndrome, acrocyanosis, systemic vasculitiscryoglobulinemia, agammaglobulinemia, cryofibrinogenemia
  • stroke
  • fever
  • active lung tuberculosis
  • malignant tumors
  • bleeding diathesis
  • severe anemia
  • hypothyroidism
  • hysterical neurosis
  • individual cold intolerance
  • cold rashes
  • pregnancy
  • less than 10 years of age

To increase the effect of whole-body cryotherapy, it is advisable to supplement it with local cryotherapy, which acts directly on the painful spot. The cryo sauna cannot be combined with another type of sauna within 24 hours after the procedure. Massages are allowed.

Whole-body cryotherapy – sauna

1 procedure     12€

Local cryotherapy – diffuser

1 procedure   5€