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January Chiller of the Month: Cynthia

My daughter gave me a gift certificate to The CryoBar for my birthday last June. Molly knows me well and knows how I love to try new and different ways to stay energized and healthy.

I was hooked on “freezing” from my very first time. Despite years of exercise and my triathlon history, I’ve been fortunate with no injuries nor major health issues. I’ve also practiced yoga forever which I feel contributes to staying well. Cryotherapy, however, is a wonderful addition to my routine. It is a proactive and preventive measure in staying healthy.

In reading about the benefits, it had me at “weight-loss” and “increased metabolism.” I also enjoy the facials and targeted treatments, and plan to spend time in the sauna this winter.

Bottom line: I love how I feel after just 3 minutes of “freezing.” No matter what kind of day I’m having, stopping by The CryoBar is a definite shot of positive energy.

Everyone who works at the studio is wonderful, knowledgeable, and provides a cheerful welcome every time I walk through the door. Lincoln Park is very fortunate to have The CryoBar in the neighborhood and I hope others have a chance to experience it in the New Year❄❤

December Chiller of the Month: Erin

I started going to The Cryobar about a year and a half ago and it changed my life. I walked in and tried it out after having tennis elbow. I previously tried steroid shots, physical therapy, and acupuncture. I discovered the most effective treatment was my regular visits to The Cryobar. The CryoBar has become

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November Chiller of the Month: Angela

  CHILLER OF THE MONTH: ANGELA Here’s how Cryotherapy has helped Angela! I started Cryofreezing in San Diego in 2015. I fell in love with the endorphin release as well as how it relieves my chronic hand pain and any workout soreness. I waited for the right place to open up in Chicago and it was The CryoBar.

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How NBA Players Take Care of Their Bodies – Hoops Hype

Looking for an edge in your workouts? Why don’t you try what the pros are doing: Cryotherapy for recovery. Players – and not just the high-paid superstars – are spending more money than ever on their body and trying all kinds of things that could potentially give them an edge. In recent years, one such

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Need to Recover from the Chicago Marathon?

We got you covered! Katalin Health & Fitness was kind enough to feature The CryoBar on her Chicago Marathon tips list. According to Katalin: The CryoBar – Cryotherapy is a very progressive method of improving overall muscle and joint inflammation. It uses cold to trigger the body’s natural fight-or-flight response to positively incite healing.   Cryotherapy is

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October Chiller of the Month: Heather

My introduction to Cyrotherapy was when I read an article about it in early 2017. The article talked all about the health benefits associated with Cryotherapy, like reduced inflammation, better sleep, and anti-aging to name a few. After reading that I was immediately interested. My first visit to The CryoBar was in April 2017 and

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The CryoBar Featured as a Planter Ambassador

We were recently featured by the Sheffield Neighborhood Association: The Sheffield Neighborhood Association would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to our Planter Ambassadors and our Planter Friends. We are eternally grateful to each and every one of these people for helping us with our Sheffield Beautification Program. We are overwhelmed by your enthusiasm and

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September Chiller of the Month: Kip

The CryoBar has become part of my routine…..actually part of our routine. My wife Sarah is also a regular, and our daughter, Ferrill, gets a kick out of watching us chill. Since becoming “Cryo-Committed” 4 months ago, I feel and sleep better. Minor post work out aches and pains vanish after a chill. There is

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August Chiller of the Month: Brittany

Cryotherapy has been a staple in my life for the past year and a half and I couldn’t be more grateful to have found this truly sensational spa! As a former competitive gymnast for 20 years of my life, I’ve had some pretty severe injuries that continuously cause pain. Now, as a fitness instructor at

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