Cryojuvenate sevenoaks

Whole Body Cryotherapy

The only cryotherapy chamber in Sevenoaks Kent

  • price


    from £39

  • duration


    3-5 mins

  • downtime


  • frequency



Loved by celebrities and athletes, cryotherapy is the ultimate rejuvenating treatment for your body and mind.

Based in Kent, our whole body cryotherapy chamber is a large, walk-in chamber that can accommodate 1-2 people per session for 3-5 minutes with an average temperature between -85°C and -90°C.

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Cryotherapy Chamber (3-5 minutes)

Three minutes to better wellness, sub-zero temperatures kick start your body’s natural healing processes so whether you’re battling brain fog, struggling to sleep, treating the symptoms of a chronic condition, or looking for a beauty boost, cryotherapy whole body could be the remedy you’ve been looking for.

The benefits of cryotherapy – exposure to extreme cold is nothing new. Our cryotherapy chamber in Sevenoaks is a sophisticated, high-tech, and pain-free way to administer cold therapy – quicker and much more comfortable than an ice bath!

The demand for a cryotherapy chamber is on the rise but it’s hard to find a complete suite of cryotherapy treatments in one place and at a reasonable cost outside of central London.

Improve athletic performance

Not only are we cryotherapy specialists, but we’re also a sports injury clinic with a highly qualified team of sports therapists. We look after the recovery needs of clubs and athletes, from local teams right up to Olympic, Paralympic, and Commonwealth medallists.

What does it cost?

Whole Body Cryotherapy

(3-5 minutes)

Single Chamber (one person)

  • 1x session (first visit): £39
  • 1x session: £59
  • 1x session (members): £39
  • 5x sessions (block): £199
  • 10x sessions (block): £249
  • 5x consecutive days: £149

Double Chamber (two people)

  • 1x session (first visit): £59
  • 1x session: £79
  • 1x session (members): £59
  • 5x sessions (block): £299
  • 10x sessions (block): £499
  • 5x consecuitive days: £199

Our full pricelist can be found here. Don’t forget to check out our special offers page too! Want to become a member? Find out about memberships here.


  • Each session can burn approx. 500-800 calories
  • Reduction of cortisol (the stress hormone)
  • Boosts metabolic rate
  • Brightens and tones skin (activates collagen, known to reduce the appearance of cellulite)
  • Improved, better quality sleep
  • You may notice an increase in energy levels
  • Promotes injury prevention and reduces recovery time
  • Improves performance and endurance
  • Assists in the reduction of inflammation
  • Soothes aching muscles and alleviates pains
  • Mood-boosting, easing the symptoms of anxiety and depression
  • Pain relief, releasing analgesic endorphins to assist in the reduction of pain sensitivity
  • Quick session time, easy to fit into a busy day
  • No downtime


  • Relieves muscle tension and boosts post-exercise recovery time
  • Aids in injury prevention
  • Reduces stiffness
  • Speeds up recovery from sports injuries
  • Increasing flexibility and range of movement ⁠
  • Enhanced healing allows the body to prepare for the next training load⁠
  • Promotes muscle growth by repairing tissue and replenishing glycogen (energy stores)⁠
  • Provides pain relief and wound healing
  • Reduces muscle fatigue and soreness⁠
  • Decreases the risk of injury, overtraining, and burnout⁠
  • Better performance, endurance, agility, and reaction time in training sessions⁠
  • Helps to combat the ‘stress’ associated with exercise⁠
  • Better quality of sleep – exercise produces energy-boosting hormones like cortisol and adrenaline but constant exercise overproduces these hormones giving you a hard time getting quality sleep


Skin conditions

Psoriasis, rosacea, sun damage, pigmentation.

Auto-immune and degenerative disorders

Fibromyalgia, lupus, Lyme’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Graves’ disease, Morton’s Neuroma,  Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, Motor Neurone Disease.

Sleep and mood

Insomnia, hormone imbalances, anxiety, depression, chronic fatique, mood disorders.

Pains and injuries

Migraines, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, bruising, post-surgery rehabilitation, nerve issues, bursitis, tendonitis, tennis elbow, joint inflammation, muscle and ligament strains, and contusions, back pain.

Other conditions

Tinnitus, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, menopause and perimenopause symptoms, allergy relief, jetlag.


DISCLAIMER: Cryotherapy has been documented in scientific studies to help manage sympotoms. Please always refer to your GP before trying new treatments.




Research suggests that Cryotherapy can increase the number of white blood cells, which are the cells that fight infection. This means that your body can identify and react more quickly to, and attack foreign organisms, which may result in illness.

Exposure to such extremely cold temperatures, for short periods, raises the body’s metabolic rate as it works to heat back up again. Whole Body Cryotherapy results in an elevated metabolism 24/7.

As well as strengthening the immune system, Cryotherapy triggers additional immune responses including a decrease in inflammation as it boosts the number of anti-inflammatory cytokines and reduces pro-inflammatory cytokines. This enables the body to develop a healthy immune cell population and the ability to heal damaged muscles more quickly.

DISCLAIMER: Cryotherapy has been documented in scientific studies to help manage sympotoms. Please always refer to your GP before trying new treatments.



Got a question about whole body cryotherapy and our cryochamber? Here we answer some of the most frequently asked questions but if you have a particular concern, get in touch today and one of our qualified therapists will be happy to help.

Cryochamber Sevenoaks

Our Cryotherapy Chamber is situated in Sevenoaks Kent and south-east of London. With train services into London Charing Cross and London Victoria and (by car) a mere 10 minutes from the M25, it couldn’t be more convenient to get your whole body cryotherapy fix.

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What happens to your body during whole body cryotherapy?
diagram showing what happens to the body during cryo session

During whole body cryotherapy


When you initially enter the cryotherapy chamber your nervous system increases norepinephrine (noradrenaline) levels which put your body into a ‘fight or flight’ mode as it adjusts to changes in the external environment, triggering several responses.

Your body directs blood flow to your vital organs to protect them and prevent you from entering a state of hypothermia. Red blood cells carry oxygen to ‘damaged’ or inflamed areas. The extreme cold helps to numb the body, minimising the ‘pain’ messages that are sent back to the brain.

What to expect after whole body cryotherapy


After stepping out of the full body cryotherapy chamber, the warm, nutrient-rich, oxygenated blood immediately rushes back to the skeletal muscles and skin to reduce inflammation.

Perceiving the ‘threat’ as over, your body simultaneously decreases cortisol levels and releases endorphins – the ‘feel good’ hormones – into the blood, making you instantly feel re-energised and revitalised.

This exposure to extreme cold raises your body’s metabolic rate meaning you could be burning calories for hours after you’ve left the cryochamber. The analgesic effect can provide instant pain relief, easing muscle tension and soreness.

Stages of Healing

Exposure to the extreme cold in the cryochamber creates homeostasis and triggers several self-regulatory mechanisms within your body – neurological, endocrine (glands), and immune functions. Brief thermal shock has been proven to increase the body’s blood flow to the muscles, providing a unique support mechanism to tissue damage and wound healing, especially following injury.

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Cryotherapy to combat symptoms of depression and mood disorders

Cryotherapy to combat symptoms of depression and mood disorders

A recent study in 2020 aimed to explore whether the exposure to these cold temperatures could affect mood disorders, symptoms of depression, quality of life and biochemical measures in individuals diagnosed with depression. The findings were promising with results suggesting that whole body cryotherapy can be a useful method to improve the standard pharmacological treatment.

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