We're learning about a very 'cool' therapy that can be used to treat a variety of health conditions! Let's find out how cryotherapy works and what you need to know before giving it a try. Living Healthy Chicago is a health
I was never a girl with washboard abs. Not even in my teens. It’s where I gain my weight and a whole host of bloating challenges due to digestive health. But, we’re not here to talk about that are we?
Cryotherapy is currently one of the "hottest" wellness trends out there right now – but what does it actually do, and does it truly measure up to the hype? I'm so excited to share my experience at The CryoBar in
Summer Sin: Workout-aholic - Solution: Cryotherapy - We're more active in the summer, but this can lead to soar muscles & joint pain, especially if you're not stretching before & after exercise. - A fast, non-invasive way to relieve aches and inflammation
Chicago Parent's Katie Niekerk So, how cold are we talking, and for how long? Depends if you’re doing a full-body or localized treatment. Hop in the full-body chamber, in which your head is the only body part not submerged, and the
Dani of Mermaid Waves Checked Out The Cryobar. Hear about her experience: I'm no shame one of those people who will try anything in the wellness sphere, as a dancer my body does so much for me, any way I can
From RedEye: (Spoiler: The CryoBar makes the list.) "Want to escape the summer heat? Along with sensory deprivation floating and infrared saunas, cryotherapy is one of the hottest trends in wellness and involves getting comfortable with freezing or near-freezing temperatures. The CryoBar provides
After a few years on the mainstream market, the buzz around cryotherapy has amplified to a level that actresses like Jennifer Aniston praise the power of subzero cryofacials and models like Gigi Hadid openly prep for Victoria’s Secret runways with
The folks at FitCityFamily checked out The Cryobar and they loved what they found: Just as temps are starting to warm up in Chicago, we are getting more and more addicted to freezing ourselves. As you may have seen on the FitCityFamily blog and our
Many people are embracing the chill of Cryotherapy to heal and improve overall health. Derrick Young from CBS2 here in Chicago was one of the latest to try our service. Check out his experience!