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Improves mental health 

A small study found that taking a 20-minute ice bath 4 days a week improved quality of life. They had better joint mobility and less stress, anxiety and depression. Scientists think that exposing your body to cold water triggers a stress response and activates the nervous system. These changes can improve your mood and help you adapt to stress over time.


Aids exercise recovery 

When you get out of an ice bath, your blood vessels dilate, or re-open, increasing circulation. The nutrient-rich blood flow to your muscles may help remove metabolic waste that builds up during exercise. That’s another reason people use ice baths for post-workout recovery.


Reduces inflammation and swelling

When you take an ice bath, the cold temperature narrows your blood vessels. This decreases blood flow to your muscles, which may reduce inflammation and swelling. The research suggests that the cold-therapy technique lowers post exercise inflammation.


Relieves sore muscles

Stepping into a cold bath might help relieve sore muscles, lower inflammation and slower nerve signalling which could mean less pain. Cold water could also lower your perception of pain or how much soreness you feel.

That explains why a systemic review found that ice baths reduce delayed-onset muscle soreness after exercise.

Evidence suggests that ice baths may also ease pain from chronic conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, gout and fibromyalgia.

People with high blood pressure or heart disease should consult your health practitioner before adding ice bath therapy as part of your recovery treatment.



Studies show that after taking an ice bath ADHD/ADD symptoms have all but gone away in the first half of the day.

Neuroscientists at Stanford and Harvard have found that taking ice baths increases dopamine by 250% throughout the day, and people with ADHD have a natural deficiency of dopamine. The body will feel a buzz of energy.

You can expect to feel a shock in the ice bath but be prepared to be shocked when you have the ability to focus for hours on end.

Set a timer for 30 seconds (start small, but increase the time as you get used to it), and you will find that you have more natural energy throughout the day than ever before.


There have been multiple research studies investigating the benefits of compression therapy and in particular compression boots on health, wellbeing and performance.

  • Improve circulation

  • Enhance lymphatic drainage

  • Remove waste products including lactic acid

  • Improve range of movement and flexibility

  • Decrease recovery time

  • Allow you to train harder quicker

  • Relax and unwind

  • Increase flexibility and joint range of motion

Compression therapy involves applying targeted and controlled pressure to a muscle region to enhance blood flow. By increasing blood flow to specific parts of the body, more oxygen and nutrients are delivered to those areas. This speeds up recovery, relieves pain and improves athletic performance.



Hydrotherapy (or aquatic exercise) provides a safe, controlled space for both exercise and rehabilitation in a therapeutic environment.

Set at an average of 35°C, the water in a hydrotherapy pool is significantly warmer than a regular swimming pool and higher in salt magnesium.


Reduces Body Pain and Joint Impact

The buoyancy of water reduces weight bearing stress on the body, enables free movement and increases the range of motion for your joints. Warm water combined with hydrostatic pressure (the resistance we feel from being submerged in water) improves circulation in the body and decreases swelling. The higher temperature equally encourages muscles to relax, reducing muscle spasms and alleviating pain from tense areas of the body.


Improves Fitness & Balance

The density of water increases resistance on the body when performing an exercise. The environment of a hydrotherapy pool can help strengthen, tone and reeducate muscles. It is a great alternative to working with weights on land. Turbulence in the water also makes the core muscles work hard to maintain balance and stability which overtime can also improve your posture.


Decreases Anxiety and Mental Stress

Immersing yourself in warm water not only creates a sedative effect on the body as muscles naturally begin to relax but also on the mind. The relaxing environment of a hydrotherapy pool along with exercises designed to suit your individual needs, reduces cortisol levels

With all Work cover / TAC Clients Always contact your doctor or physical therapist before starting any new exercise routine to obtain the necessary advice on what activities are suitable for you.


Infrared is a safe wavelength of light (or energy) which we feel as heat. Infrared works by heating the body directly, warming us safely to create a cardiovascular workout on the body whilst removing heavy metals and toxins. Infrared is different to steam or hot rocks sauna in that it heats the body at a lower more comfortable temperature.


Infrared sauna has been shown to reduce inflammatory markers in the body.


Infrared Sauna provides a natural boost in circulation with regular use attributed to weight loss.


Infrared Sauna get’s the body working hard. During higher temperature sessions, heart rate can reach 150bpm. Sustaining this level of work requires a calorie burn and commitment! Use our Sauna daily and watch the transformation



Infrared sauna activates our parasympathetic nervous system which is in charge of making us calm before bed and set’s us up for a good nights sleep.


Studies have shown 8 sauna sessions provided short term improvement of pain, stiffness and a trend toward long term beneficial effects.


Infrared light has been shown to promote cell autophagy, a critical process our body undergoes to ensure cells are renewed and restored or killed off. Infrared keeps our circulation up whilst resting the muscles after a workout to help clear out lactic acid and bring vital nutrients and enzymes to the muscle for repair.


A floatation tank is a lightless, soundless tank filled with highly concentrated Epsom salt water heated to skin temperature. Floatation, also known as sensory deprivation, is simply the act of relaxing in a floatation tank; with all sights and sounds removed, and drifting into a meditative state that rejuvenates your mind and body

Research shows that raising magnesium may have the following benefits:

  • Relieve stress – Excess adrenaline and stress are believed to drain magnesium, a natural stress reliever, from the body. Magnesium helps bind serotonin, the happy hormone!

  • Relaxation – Elevates chemicals in the brain that works to create a feeling of well-being and relaxation. 

  • Migraines – Eases and prevents migraine headaches.  Detoxification – Flushes toxins and heavy metals from the cells in the body. This in turn helps ease muscle pain and clear out harmful substances picked up from our modern environment.

  • Diabetes – Improved insulin sensitivity aids blood glucose control which can aid in prevention or severity of diabetes.

  • Heart Health – Improves heart and circulatory health. Preventing hardening of the arteries, blood clots and lowering overall blood pressure. 

  • Bone health – Magnesium helps assimilate calcium into the bones.

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