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Couples Cold Plunge Steam Room
Private Suite for total body revitalization
Includes cold plunge ice bath, steam room, shower for two
All the benefits of hot and cold therapy
Increases circulation, releases endorphins, strengthens immune system
Embrace the revitalizing power of our Cold Plunge Steam Room experience, designed for two people to share a transformative 60-minute session.
In your private suite at FloLo Holistic, you and your partner, friend, or family member can indulge in the invigorating combination of a hot steam room followed by a cold plunge ice bath. This dynamic therapy harnesses the benefits of heat and cold to increase circulation, release endorphins, and strengthen your immune system.
Improve immune function: Alternating between heat and cold therapies can help boost your body's natural defense mechanisms.
Reverse autoimmune disease: This combination therapy may help alleviate symptoms associated with certain autoimmune conditions.
Enhance energy, sleep, and mental health: The stimulating effects of heat and cold can improve overall well-being, sleep quality, and emotional balance.
Improve longevity and athletic performance: Regular sessions can support a healthy lifestyle and optimize physical performance.
Speed up recovery and reduce soreness: The contrasting temperatures promote muscle recovery and minimize post-workout discomfort.
Develop discipline and an iron will: Embracing the challenge of the cold plunge can foster mental resilience and determination.
What is Cold Water Therapy? It is the practice of immersing part of the human body in cold water for a limited amount of time, typically as part of a recovery routine, often used by athletes for sports therapy. At FloLo Holistic, we recommend 2-10 minutes of immersion.
How should I prepare for Cold Water Therapy? Consult with your doctor before cold plunging (especially if you’re sensitive to cold or have other conditions). Learn some breathing techniques, like Wim Hof breathing, for before, during, and after your sessions. Prepare mentally and physically with a cold shower to help you understand how your body will react to the cold on a smaller level and help you manage your reactions later. Consider your cold tolerance. It’s also okay to start at 30 seconds to 1 minute and work your way up to 2 to 10 minutes.
What is the science behind Cold Water Therapy? The National Library of Medicine (NLM) has done several studies about cold immersion and ice baths in great detail and their findings highlight various scientifically-backed benefits. One study found that athletes who took ice baths after exercise experienced less muscle soreness and were able to train longer following the ice bath. Similarly, two studies from other sources, one in 2016 and one in 2011, discovered that cyclists experienced less soreness after soaking in cold water for 10 minutes. Another NLM study, found that cold water exposure creates an “immunostimulating” effect which basically means it stimulates your immune response. Multiple studies have proven that regular cold showers can boost one’s immune system and lower inflammation and anxiety levels. A Science Direct study showed improvement of depression symptoms after several weeks of hydrotherapy.
"This combo is a holistic health game-changer. The steam room detoxifies and relaxes, while the cold plunge revitalizes every cell in your body."
Loved our time at FloLo. So many different services to try and staff is so pleasent . Can't wait to go back.