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Improved Circulation
Pain Management
Muscle Recovery

Unlock the extraordinary health advantages with plunge pool contrast therapy. Featuring both hot and cold water immersion, plunge pools offer a plethora of benefits including enhanced focus, diminished inflammation, expedited recovery, and mood elevation. By switching between hot and cold pools, plunge pool therapy stimulates vascular constriction and dilation, consequently boosting blood circulation.

Consistent use of plunge pools has been scientifically correlated with improvements in recovery, relaxation, mood elevation, muscle tension alleviation, immune system fortification, lifespan extension, and metabolic and circulatory enhancements.

How does it work?

Experience the well-being boost that comes with our contrast therapy plunge pools. Start with the cold pool to invigorate your senses and stimulate blood circulation, taking just a few minutes to feel noticeably refreshed. Then, transition to the warm pool to unwind and further enhance circulation. Most people find the warm pool comforting for extended periods. The secret to getting the most from this experience? Alternating between the two pools. It’s a proven method to energise your body, improve blood flow, and relieve muscle tension.


You will be guided to the pool room by one of our team members and introduced to your contrast therapy protocol. You will need to bring your own bathing suit and shower before and after your session. You wont need to book an appointment to use the pools if you have an active wellness membership, alternatively you can purchase a casual recovery pass here.

What to expect

Stepping into the cold pool can be refreshing, so take your time to adjust. The warm water brings a comforting flush to the skin, while the cool offers a crisp contrast. This approach eases muscle tension with warmth and minimises swelling with the cool. The alternating temperatures can invigorate, giving your heart rate a healthy boost. Many emerge feeling rejuvenated. A typical session involves 1 minute cold, then 3-4 minutes hot, repeated a few rounds. Remember to stay attuned to your body and consider professional guidance.

Recommended Usage

Contrast therapy’s frequency is often tailored to individual needs, but a common starting point is 2-3 times a week. It’s crucial to gauge how your body reacts and make adjustments as needed. If you’re using it as a post-workout recovery tool, sync it with your exercise schedule. Over time, you might find a rhythm that feels just right for you.

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