Full Body Cryotherapy


cry o ther a py 


– The use of extreme cold in surgery or other medical treatment 

– In the cryotherapy service business, it’s the use of cold to decrease inflammation all over the body 

in the form of a full, whole, or partial body cryotherapy session/ treatment 

Often misspelled as cry o therapy, crio therapy and many times referred to as cryowhole body cryotherapy, full body cryotherapy, freezing therapy & body cryotherapy

Why Clients Are Utilizing Cryotherapy

Pain Management
Workout Recovery
Mental Well-Being
Weight Management

For Optimal Benefits GLACÉ Recommends

6-10 Sessions

In close succession for new users

1-2 Sessions

Per week for regulars to keep results 

It’s An Innovative Cold Therapy 

The therapy can be effective in just 1 minute, all depending on your personal sensitivity to cold. Your session will never have to exceed 3 minutes. And our clients favorite part… our cold therapy is completely dry, meaning that once you step out of the Cryo Chamber, your skin will re-heat immediately and by the time you walk out of Glace you will be warmer than when you walked in. Where else can you find a therapy that is this effective and can be done as quickly and effortlessly as cryotherapy? Did we mention that we have been getting clients amazing results for almost four years now? Be the next person to benefit from cryotherapy sessions. 

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                       1-3 Minutes Only

                       Completely Dry 

                       Amazing Results 


How Long Will It Take? 

One of the cryotherapy’s greatest strengths is how quick the therapy takes. The longest visit will be your first time to Glace because we will need to educate and all you through the steps of a cryo session. Upon your first visit you can expect to be with Glace Cryotherapy for around 15 to 30 minutes. 

Once you have experienced full body cryotherapy and see how fast, painless and amazing it’s you will typically only need 10 minutes of time to get a cryo session. 

What’s The Research Say

Cryotherapy has a longer history than most are aware, as it was invented in the late 1970s to help treat pain symptoms stemming from arthritis. In Europe over 100 peer reviewed medical studies have been performed with many of those studies showing cryotherapy as having beneficial results. Today the therapy is so strongly supported by athletic trainers that cryo chamber equipment can be found inside of most professional training facilities. 

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                       Time needed, only 10 minutes 

                       Been Around since 1970s

                       Over 100 studies  


The Entire Full Body Cryotherapy Experience At GLACE

Before Your Session

Fill out a brief health questionnaire to ensure full body cryotherapy is right for you.

How Cryotherapy Cryosaunas and Cryo chambers work with an apple iPad located inside an Ice Cube showing that everyone must fill out a pre Cryotherapy health questionnaire before their first session. How Cryotherapy Cryosaunas and Cryo chambers work, here A heart located inside a blue ice cube to represent that Cryotherapy is great for those who care about their health and well-being.

Prepare For Your Session

After being escorted to your private dressing room, you will remove all clothing. For women, (underwear/ bra top "without any metal" is optional, men must keep underwear/ shorts on or use small towel to cover area. You will then put on one pair of gloves, socks, shoes and a robe all of which will be provided by GLACÉ. You will need to remove any metal or jewelry from the neck below (earrings ok). You must be dry for your session, towels will be provided should you need to wipe off.

How Cryotherapy Cryosaunas and Cryo chambers work with socks inside a blue ice cube to show that clients must wear socks before they do their Cryotherapy session. How Cryotherapy Cryosaunas and Cryo chambers work demonstrated by a robe located inside a blue ice cube to show clients that they will be covered before and after their Cryotherapy session. How Cryotherapy Cryosaunas and Cryo chambers work with two gloves in an ice cube showing that clients will have their hands covered during their Cryotherapy session.

During Your Session

Your trained and certified Cryosauna operator will guide you through your session. As you step into the Cryosauna and into privacy, your operator will then take your robe and or wrapped towel and your session will begin. Cool, dry air will circulate around your body for just 2-3 minutes meanwhile your skin surface temperature will drop significantly. Your Cryosauna operator will advise you to continuously rotate during your session to ensure proper exposure and a more pleasant experience. It's also important to note that a full body cryotherapy session does not need to be three minutes in length to be effective. It's encouraged to try and stay in the unit for at least one minute and thirty seconds, however you may exit the Cryosauna for any reason at any time. Due to various factors, the Cryosauna temperature will vary session to session and some sessions when the machine is colder than usual may only last or be stopped at two minutes while other sessions may proceed for the maximum length of three minutes. 

Cry o therapy is an incredibly quick process. So fast, that clients will only need 1 to 2 minutes of time inside the cryo chamber which is shown by this picture of a clock with little time on it, located inside of a blue ice cube. How Cryotherapy Cryosaunas and Cryo chambers work explained by a Cryosauna which is equipment used to perform cryotherapy and whole body cryotherapy sessions is pictured here located inside of a blue ice cube. Cryo chambers take liquid nitrogen and convert it into a gas so that we can cool down your skin temperature in just one to three minutes.

After Your Session

Upon exiting the Cryosauna when the full body cryotherapy session is over, your Cryosauna operator will hand you back your robe and or towel and ensure your privacy. It's during this time that the body vasodilates and the enriched blood is released back to the skin surface tissues, muscle tissues, and joint spaces that have been flushed of toxins. You will warm up within minutes and are free to pursue any normal activities once you leave GLACÉ.

Barbell workout equipment located in a blue ice cube representing that cryotherapy is amazing for workout recovery. if you deal with muscle soreness or would like to prevent delayed onset muscle soreness, you should give cryotherapy a shot since many of our clients have commented that they experience less soreness when using cryotherapy regularly. How Cryotherapy Cryosaunas and Cryo chambers work with a woman runs inside a bleu ice cube representing that Cryotherapy is great for those who do exercise.

Please keep in mind, for optimal results you will want to commit to 6-10 initial full body cryotherapy sessions in close succession when first beginning. One session is a great introduction and allows new clients to see how beneficial, relaxing and quick a full body cryotherapy session can be, but after your initial sessions are completed 2-3 sessions per week is ideal to maintain results. To get the most out of your GLACE experience, monthly memberships are highly recommended as they allow for up to 24 sessions per month and are extremely cost effective. 


What is Full Body Cryotherapy?

Full Body Cryotherapy is the use of dry cold temperatures to promote natural healing and wellness. Full Body Cryotherapy sessions help reduce overall inflammation in the entire body.

Why do people enjoy Full Body Cryotherapy?

GLACE clients have communicated that they enjoy Full Body Cryotherapy for pain management, athletic recovery, mental wellbeing and energy production.

What should I do during the two to three minute session I am inside the Cryosauna?

During your supervised, one to three minute Full Body Cryotherapy session, a Cryosauna operator will instruct you to continuously rotate to maximize your Cryotherapy exposure and experience.

Do I need to go a full three minutes during my Full Body Cryotherapy session?

It’s important to understand that a Full Body Cryotherapy session doesn’t need to be a full three minutes in order to be effective. Clients should strive to last at least one minute and thirty seconds during each session. Depending on the coldness of the Cryosauna which is impacted by many different factors, sessions may last for as little as one minute to as long as the maximum allowed time of three minutes.

Note: A session can be stopped at any time for any reason. The Crysauna doors don’t lock and iIf you ask to be let out your session the operator will immediately stop your session and let you out.

Should I do Full Body Cryotherapy before or after exercise?

GLACE clients who utilize Full Body Cryotherapy before exercise communicate that they experience increased energy, improved focus, extra endurance, and additional flexibility during their workouts.

GLACE clients who utilize Full Body Cryotherapy after exercise communicate that they experience less muscle soreness and faster rejuvenation.

How often do I need to do Full Body Cryotherapy to see and keep results?

*New Full Body Cryotherapy users should aim to do between 6-10 Cryotherapy sessions in close succession to see if the therapy will work for them.

*GLACE regulars should do their best to aim for 1-2 Full Body Cryotherapy sessions per week to keep their Full Body Cryotherapy results.

GLACE recommends the GLACE Club Membership for both new and returning Full Body Cryotherapy users.

Cryotherapy Pre & Post Workout 

The best athletes in the world are taking advantage 
Lebron James doing a cryo therapy treatment, if you like playing basketball and live in the bay area you should check out Glace Cryotherapy

Lebron James

Mixed martial artist Conor MeGregor does a cryo therapy treatment which is offered now in the bay area near Sunnyvale, Palo Alto and Los Altos inside the City Sports Club in at Glace Cryotherapy Mountain View 1040 Grant Rd #165, Mountain View, CA 94040

Conor Mcgregor

Olympic athlete Michael Phelps smiles during his cryotherapy session in a cryo chamber, the same cryo chamber offered at Glace Cryotherapy Mountain View 1040 Grant Rd #165, Mountain View, CA 94040

Michael Phelps

Golfer Jordan Spieth does a cryo session a whole body cryo treatment with his major trophy by his side. Cryotherapy is a greta tool for golfers in the bay area to utilize and they can find it at Glace Cryotherapy Mountain View 1040 Grant Rd #165, Mountain View, CA 94040

Jordan Spieth

Above you can see photos of Lebron james, Conor McGregor, Michael Phelps, and Jordan Spieth all enjoying cryo sessions. Cryotherapy is a cutting edge technology & therapy that for a very long time was only available for professional athletes to use. Most Major League Baseball teams, National Football League teams and National Basketball Association teams have cryo chambers in their training facilities and are incorporating cryotherapy into their recovery programs daily. Before coming to the USA around 2011 when the Dallas Mavericks first started using the therapy on the way to their first league championship, cryo was gaining a ton of momentum over in Europe where many Soccer and Rugby teams were regularly doing sessions.

Cryo sessions are becoming a regular thing among locker rooms as the therapy is being picked up and used by most athletic trainers and head coaches. There has actually been quite a few active and reitred pro athletes who because they liked and enjoyed the cryo therapy so much, started their own cryotherapy businesses. 

“I did cryotherapy yesterday, which is freezing-cold, but it’s really good for blood circulation. And, you know, after having two workouts a day for a week, it’s really good for healing your muscles and feeling fresh and having good energy,” she tells Refinery29 backstage. “I did it once before, and my mom does it a lot. I wanted to do it before the show, and it’s great,” Hadid says.

It’s All About

Full body cryotherapy benefits


Cryotherapy for improved workout recovery has become hot topic of late as many professional athletes have turned to it for their recovery needs. Whole Body Cryotherapy helps the body recover after intense exercise by flushing Lactic acid from the muscles and delivering oxygen and nutrients to the tissues, while also dramatically reducing post-exercise inflammation,  known as DOMS.

Reduce Inflammation

Cryotherapy and pain management is an important topic and a huge reason that many clients come to GLACÉ seeking our services. The subzero Cryotherapy temperatures will cause vasoconstriction, or contraction of the blood vessels, thus limiting the production of inflammation-causing white blood cells.

Increase Blood-Flow

Cryotherapy increasing blood flow has been seen in many European research studies. During a Cryotherapy session, the brain immediately senses the drop in skin surface temperature and draws blood toward the core. There the blood becomes highly oxygenated, collects proteins and enzymes and then flows back out to the extremities when the session is over.

Improve Sleep

​Cryotherapy improving sleep is one of the most unexpected but enjoyed benefits of the therapy. Many individuals report deeper and more restful sleep following Cryotherapy.

Improve Mood

Cryotherapy improving mood has been such an important topic that today Whole body Cryotherapy is being successfully used to treat depression in several European hospitals. Cryotherapy is believed to ease depression by triggering the release of adrenaline and endorphins into the blood stream which reduces stress, anxiety and irritability.

Tighten Skin

Cryotherapy for skin benefits is a major reason why many clients seek our services. Frequent Whole Body Cryotherapy sessions tighten the skin and prevents wrinkles. Skin vessels and capillaries are first constricted in the Cryosauna and then dilated when you exit. This allows toxins stored in the layers of the skin to be broken down and flushed away.

Energize Work Out

Cryotherapy before working out is popular among our clients that experience the “Cryo Rush.” The Cryo Rush is a thrilling feeling of energy that is seen just after a Cryotherapy’s session has finished in about half of our users. The release of adrenalin and other endorphins during a Whole Body Cryotherapy can create a sudden burst of energy that can last for hours.