Contrast Therapy


Discover the revitalizing power of Contrast Therapy at WORTHY, where ancient tradition meets modern science. This innovative therapy utilizes hot and cold water immersion to stimulate your body’s natural healing processes, enhancing circulation, and providing deep relaxation. Experience the unique benefits of our state-of-the-art contrast therapy, designed to optimize your health and vitality.
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How it works
Step 1
HEAT: Nine minutes
Toast yourself in our full-spectrum infrared sauna.
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Step 2
COLD: Three minutes
Plunge into our refreshing state of the art Morocco Forge cold plunge tub.
Step 2
Step 3
REST: Three minutes
Sit back and relax as your body acclimates.
Step 3
Step 4
REPEAT: Up to 3 cycles
You have the room for 50 minutes
How it works: 
- Suggested protocol up to 3 circles
Step 4

What is contrast therapy?

Contrast therapy, also known as hot/cold therapy, involves alternating between hot and cold treatments such as infrared sauna and cold-plunging. This method is used to reduce pain, enhance recovery, and stimulate circulation.

How does contrast therapy work?

The principle behind contrast therapy is that the hot treatment expands blood vessels, increasing blood flow and warming the muscles, while the cold treatment constricts blood vessels, reducing inflammation and numbing pain. Alternating between hot and cold can help flush out toxins and stimulate blood flow.

What are the benefits of contrast therapy?

Benefits include reduced muscle soreness, improved recovery after physical activity, decreased inflammation, and enhanced circulation. It's commonly used by athletes for recovery and by individuals managing chronic pain or injuries.

Who should use contrast therapy?

Contrast therapy is beneficial for athletes, individuals with chronic pain, or those recovering from physical injuries. However, it's important to consult a healthcare provider before starting contrast therapy, especially if you have conditions like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, or skin sensitivity issues.

How long should each hot and cold treatment last?

Typically, a hot treatment should last between 7 to 9 minutes, followed by 3 minute of cold treatment and rest for 3 minutes. This cycle should be repeated up to 3 cycles. Adjustments can be made based on personal comfort and specific health conditions.

Are there any risks associated with contrast therapy?

While most people can benefit from contrast therapy, it’s important to consult with a healthcare provider if you have conditions that might be affected by cold exposure, such as cardiovascular issues.
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