Experience Flotation and Cryotherapy at One Convenient New Location




Elemental Float & Cryotherapy is opening its brand-new center at 127 N. Northwest Highway, in Park Ridge, in October. Christine Hickey and Melissa Nelson are the co-founders of Chicagoland’s newest and only destination offering all-natural float and cryotherapy services in one location.

        Clients may achieve optimal healing in a three-minute whole body cryotherapy session. Faster and more tolerable than an ice bath, the treatment reduces inflammation and lactic acid buildup in the muscles, eliminates fatigue and improves concentration, focus and oxygen circulation with no down time, says Hickey. She adds, “We have the same state-of-the-art cryosauna used by the Chicago Cubs and White Sox!”

        The therapeutic magic in floating comes from the all-natural Epsom salt, a pure mineral compound which contributes to overall wellness to soothe aches and pains, reduce inflammation, increase circulation, lower blood pressure and improve nerve function. Nestled in the comfort of a private suite, clients float in a tranquil, soundproof pod set at a soothing body temperature with fingertip controls for ambient music and LED lighting.

For more information, call 224-585-7723 or visit ElementalFloat.com.

 

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