Whole Body Cryotherapy Canggu, Bali

Start of the art whole body cryotherapy in Canggu, Bali. Recover faster, reduce inflammation and improve metabolism and overall health with Bali’s #1 Cryotherapy Clinic.

What is Whole Body Cryotherapy

A state-of-the-art wellness procedure called cryotherapy entails briefly subjecting your body to extremely low temperatures. Numerous advantages of this therapy have been reported, such as quicker muscle recovery, better circulation, more youthful-looking skin, and an overall increase in vitality.

Benefits of Whole Body Cryotherapy

Whole body cryotherapy (WBC) offers numerous health benefits that can significantly improve your overall well-being. Here are some of the key advantages.


  • Pain Relief and Muscle Recovery

WBC is widely used by athletes and individuals with chronic pain conditions. The extreme cold temperatures help reduce inflammation and numb pain, speeding up the recovery process for muscles and joints.

  • Improved Circulation

The cold exposure causes your blood vessels to constrict and then dilate, which enhances blood flow and oxygenation throughout your body. This can lead to better cardiovascular health and improved metabolism.



Your Cryo Journey

  • Session duration 1-3 minutes of transformative cold
  • Frequency: Regular sessions are recommended for consistent benefits.
  • Experience: From a pre-treatment warm-up to post-treatment relaxation.
  • Temperature: Dips as low as -110.c to -140.c
  • Safety: Highest quality cryo chamber, with safety and comfort in mind.


Step into the cold and emerge refreshed with our Whole Body Cryotherapy.

This innovative treatment exposes your body to ultra-low temperatures, triggering a natural anti-inflammatory response.

Benefits include accelerated muscle recovery, increased metabolic rate, and an overall boost in health and well-being.

Session Amount Price (IDR) Price / Session (IDR)
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5 Session
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4 Weeks Gold (5 times week)
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Cryotherapy is a treatment that involves exposing the body or a specific area to extremely cold temperatures for a short duration. It can be administered as whole-body cryotherapy (WBC) or localized cryotherapy. In RejuvoLife, WBC involves stepping into a cryo chamber cooled to temperatures between -120°C and -130°C for 1-3 minutes.

Cryotherapy works primarily by causing vasoconstriction (narrowing of blood vessels), which reduces blood flow to the targeted area, thereby reducing inflammation and swelling. When the cold exposure ends, the subsequent vasodilation (widening of blood vessels) increases blood flow, which can help with healing and recovery. Additionally, the cold can numb nerve endings, reducing pain.

Depending on the condition you are treating, our professional staff will recommend a session that lasts between 1.5 and 3 minutes.

Musculoskeletal Pain and Injuries: Cryotherapy is commonly used to treat muscle pain, joint pain, sprains, and strains. It helps reduce inflammation and speed up recovery.

Inflammatory Conditions: Conditions such as arthritis can benefit from cryotherapy due to its anti-inflammatory effects.

Skin Conditions: Cryotherapy can treat warts, skin tags, actinic keratosis, and some skin cancers by freezing and destroying abnormal cells.

Post-Surgical Recovery: Cryotherapy can reduce post-operative swelling and pain.

Mental Health Benefits: Some studies suggest cryotherapy can reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression by affecting neurotransmitters

Cryotherapy is generally safe when administered by trained professionals. However, it may not be suitable for everyone. People with severe hypertension, heart conditions, cold allergies, or Raynaud’s disease should avoid cryotherapy. It’s important to consult with a healthcare provider before starting treatment.

Whole-Body Cryotherapy: You will stand in a chamber, wearing minimal clothing (we will provide), along with gloves, socks, and protective footwear to prevent frostbite. The session lasts 1-3 minutes. You will feel intense cold, and some discomfort is normal, but it should not be painful.

The frequency of cryotherapy sessions can vary. For chronic conditions or intense athletic recovery, daily sessions may be recommended initially, followed by maintenance sessions weekly or bi-weekly. For general wellness, once a week or a few times a month may suffice.

Common side effects include redness, numbness, tingling, or irritation of the skin. These effects are usually temporary. Rarely, more severe side effects like frostbite or cold burns can occur, especially if protocols are not properly followed. Some people might experience dizziness or light-headedness immediately after a session due to the rapid change in body temperature.

The effectiveness of cryotherapy can vary. Many users report significant relief from pain and improved recovery times. However, scientific studies on cryotherapy are mixed, with some studies showing benefits and others indicating limited effects. The subjective nature of pain and individual responses play a significant role in perceived effectiveness.

There are claims that cryotherapy can boost metabolism and assist in weight loss by causing the body to work harder to maintain its core temperature. While some studies suggest a temporary increase in calorie burn, the overall impact on weight loss is still under research and is likely modest. It should not be relied upon as a primary method for weight loss.

Whole-Body Cryotherapy: You should wear minimal clothing, usually just undergarments. You will also be provided with gloves, socks, and protective footwear to protect your extremities from frostbite. Some facilities might provide additional covering for sensitive areas.

None.  You don’t have to do anything special for your whole-body cryotherapy treatment other than show up.  You will be provided with special clothes, dry cotton socks, and a pair of gloves for use in the Cryo chamber. 

Cryotherapy, particularly whole-body cryotherapy (WBC), is generally not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women.

The following conditions are contraindications to whole-body cryotherapy: Pregnancy, severe Hypertension (BP> 180/100), acute or recent myocardial infarction, unstable angina pectoris, arrhythmia, symptomatic cardiovascular disease, cardiac pacemaker, peripheral arterial occlusive disease, venous thrombosis, acute or recent cerebrovascular accident, uncontrolled seizures, Raynaud’s Syndrome, fever, tumor disease, symptomatic lung disorders, bleeding disorders, severe anemia, infection, claustrophobia, cold allergy, age less than 18 years (parental consent to treatment needed), acute kidney and urinary tract diseases.

An ice bath is typically a 10 – 15-minute soak in ice water that causes the blood from your extremities to move to your core and lower the body’s temperature. Whole-body cryotherapy is typically a 3-minute dry cold session where the top skin layers and cold receptors respond to the cold by lowering the skin surface temperature by 30 to 50 degrees.  This triggers the body’s blood to move from your extremities to the core.  When the session is complete your body is triggered to release anti-inflammatory molecules, endorphins, and nutrient-rich oxygenated blood.