What is a Cold Plunge?

Contrast Therapy, particularly moving between a sauna and a cold plunge, is a powerful and effective way to improve overall physical health and well-being. The alternating between the two extremes helps to stimulate the body's natural healing processes and also provides a sense of rejuvenation and relaxation, offering numerous physical and mental health benefits.

Cold Plunge Therapy involves immersing the body in cold water. This practice has been around for centuries and can have numerous health benefits, including improved circulation, decreased inflammation, and increased mental clarity. The shock of the cold water on the body also triggers the release of endorphins, leaving individuals feeling invigorated and energized. This intense form of cryotherapy is gaining popularity to boost overall wellness and aid in muscle recovery



Single Session: $30  |  2 Pack: $50  |  5 Pack: $100


  1. Improves Circulation: Cold plunge therapy involves submerging the body in very cold water, typically around 50 degrees Fahrenheit or lower. This sudden change in temperature causes blood vessels to constrict, forcing blood to circulate faster and more efficiently. This can help improve overall blood flow and oxygen distribution, leading to better cardiovascular health.
  2. Reduces Inflammation: Cold therapy has been shown to decrease inflammation in the body. When exposed to cold water, the body releases anti-inflammatory hormones, which can help reduce swelling and pain, and improve muscle recovery after exercise or injury.
  3. Boosts Immune System: Cold water exposure can stimulate the body's immune system, increasing the production of white blood cells, and strengthening the body's defense against infections and diseases. This can lead to a stronger and more resilient immune system.
  4. Relieves Muscle Soreness: Athletes and fitness enthusiasts often use cold plunge therapy as an effective way to reduce muscle soreness and speed up recovery time. The cold water helps constrict blood vessels, which reduces inflammation and flushes out lactic acid and other waste products from the muscles.
  5.  Mood and Stress Management: Cold water immersion has been linked to the release of endorphins, also known as “feel-good” hormones. These hormones can help alleviate symptoms of anxiety and depression and improve overall mood and mental well-being.