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Cold Water Immersion
1 @ $49.00 / day pass
Date posted: 03-May-2024

What is the Cold Plunge and what is Contrast Therapy?

Cold Plunge aka Cold Water Immersion (CWI) is the practice of immersing oneself inside a tank of cold water. Made popular by sports trainers and Wim Hof, it improves natural recovery, aids in workout recovery, improves cardiovascular circulation, reduces muscle inflammation, facilitates weight loss, and improves skin tone. We offer oversized tanks that undergo constant circulation and filtration and can fit up to two people. The most difficult challenges are the most rewarding. Contrast therapy involves combining hot and cold therapies, so in our case, we combine the Norwegian sauna with the cold plunge. We call this the “fire and ice” method.

 

How it works:

We have two Cold Water Immersion (CWI) tanks and a Norwegian sauna. The cold tanks are set so that one is not as cold as the other. If this will be your first time trying the practice, we recommend using the less-cold one to see how you and your body respond. There is a timer to make sure you don’t overstay the cold plunge. All services are on a first-come, first-served basis. We recommend transferring back and forth between the Cold Water Immersion (CWI) and the Norwegian sauna for approximately 15 minutes.

 

Why get in the cold water tank? Why contrast therapy?

Hormetic stress optimizes you into a stronger, more resilient, and healthier human, both mentally and physically. Sometimes, we struggle with emotional, mental, or physical conditions that weigh us down or make life feel overwhelming. The cold water immersion happens to be a complete reset and nudges us toward healthier and happier states of being. There are so many reasons to make this a routine: detoxification, increased metabolism, immune system and cardiovascular support, weight loss, improved circulation, and skin rejuvenation.

For reservation: call us @ 210-281-1111 or email us @ 210210@itex.net

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Cold Water Immersion
1 @ $49.00 / day pass
Date posted: 03-May-2024

What is the Cold Plunge and what is Contrast Therapy?

Cold Plunge aka Cold Water Immersion (CWI) is the practice of immersing oneself inside a tank of cold water. Made popular by sports trainers and Wim Hof, it improves natural recovery, aids in workout recovery, improves cardiovascular circulation, reduces muscle inflammation, facilitates weight loss, and improves skin tone. We offer oversized tanks that undergo constant circulation and filtration and can fit up to two people. The most difficult challenges are the most rewarding. Contrast therapy involves combining hot and cold therapies, so in our case, we combine the Norwegian sauna with the cold plunge. We call this the “fire and ice” method.

 

How it works:

We have two Cold Water Immersion (CWI) tanks and a Norwegian sauna. The cold tanks are set so that one is not as cold as the other. If this will be your first time trying the practice, we recommend using the less-cold one to see how you and your body respond. There is a timer to make sure you don’t overstay the cold plunge. All services are on a first-come, first-served basis. We recommend transferring back and forth between the Cold Water Immersion (CWI) and the Norwegian sauna for approximately 15 minutes.

 

Why get in the cold water tank? Why contrast therapy?

Hormetic stress optimizes you into a stronger, more resilient, and healthier human, both mentally and physically. Sometimes, we struggle with emotional, mental, or physical conditions that weigh us down or make life feel overwhelming. The cold water immersion happens to be a complete reset and nudges us toward healthier and happier states of being. There are so many reasons to make this a routine: detoxification, increased metabolism, immune system and cardiovascular support, weight loss, improved circulation, and skin rejuvenation.

For reservation: call us @ 210-281-1111 or email us @ 210210@itex.net

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ITEX in San Antonio

Karen Nice
703 E. Quincy St.
San Antonio, TX 78215
(P) (210) 798-0215 x110
(F) (210) 281-1113
Email: Karen.Nice@itex.net
Web Site: http://sanantonio.itex.com

ITEX in San Antonio

Karen Nice
703 E. Quincy St.
San Antonio, TX 78215
(P) (210) 798-0215 x110
(F) (210) 281-1113
Email: Karen.Nice@itex.net
Web Site: http://sanantonio.itex.com