RESTORE HYPER WELLNESS CENTERS OFFER A MENU OF HIGH-TECH SERVICES FOR A TOTAL-BODY REFRESH.
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EGYPTIANS USED COLD to treat inflammation as far back as 2500 BCE. This ancient therapy has gotten high tech in the modern age, and we’re not talking ice baths. Imagine standing for three minutes in a whole-body chamber cooled by liquid nitrogen to subzero temps (think -165℉). Imagine it’s good for you. Cryotherapy is a state-of-the-art technology that may help promote healing, optimize sleep, defy signs of aging and boost overall energy. You’ll find cryotherapy chambers at Restore Hyper Wellness (restore.com), a proactive wellness brand that’s sweeping through Colorado with nine outposts, including in Denver, Boulder and Cherry Creek North.
Restore Hyper Wellness also offers skin-firming HydraFacials, vitamin-packed IV drips, mild hyperbaric oxygen chambers (said to help muscle repair), biomarker assessments, red light therapy and infrared saunas, as well as cryo toning and cryo slimming, which use a massage wand to target specific areas.
Longtime Golden residents Julie and Shawn Johnson own centers in Wheat Ridge and Parker. “For us, Restore has proven firsthand to be a game-changer for our overall wellness and our ability to maintain active lives,” says Shawn, who’s a fifth-generation Coloradan. Julie adds: “People are seeking ways to maximize their wellness and decrease stress. From red light therapy to regain a cognitive edge to compression to relieve muscle aches, clients can target specific symptoms—and ultimately do more of what they love.”
Also known as photobiomodulation, red light therapy may boost energy and balance mood.