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About Cold Water Therapy (Ice Bath)

Core Collective offers cold water therapy in the Yukon, a high-quality state-of-the-art ice bathtub made by Tundra.

Ice baths involve immersing the body in cold water for therapeutic purposes and are commonly used by athletes and individuals seeking muscle recovery and reduced inflammation. Whether you're an athlete seeking to enhance your performance, or a health-conscious individual looking to improve your well-being, this is fit for you!

In cold water therapy, the water's cold temperature causes vasoconstriction, followed by vasodilation, which can enhance circulation and promote healing. More health benefits include:

  • improved blood circulation
  • reduced inflammation
  • aid muscle recovery
  • flush out waste products
  • increase alertness
  • improve mood
  • stimulate the release of endorphins.

A 15-minute cold water therapy session will leave you feeling refreshed and renewed. Book an ice bath session with Core Collective now.

Disclaimer: Always consult a healthcare professional before trying cold water therapy, particularly if you are pregnant, have cardiovascular problems, Raynaud's disease, or other concerns.

Our Ice Baths


Anson ice bath


Dempsey ice bath


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


What should I wear for the session?
We recommend entering the ice bath in your swimwear or water-resistant sportswear. Please avoid going in completely nude.
How often can I use the ice bath?
  • Daily sessions are safe, so it is ultimately up to you!
  • It also depends on your health and wellness goals, and how your body feels after sessions – many people go 1-3 times a week. If you have a specific health-related concern, please consult with your physician before utilising our ice baths. 
Who should avoid using the ice bath?
  • We do not recommend ice baths for pregnant women and people with cardiovascular conditions. 
  • Anyone suffering from health conditions or unsure about using the ice bath should always consult their doctor before use.
  • Children under the age of 16 must be supervised when using ice baths.
Is the ice bath hygienic?
Yes, we ensure that the tub is cleaned daily. Our ice baths also have a robust cleaning system with ozone sanitation and an exchangeable polypropylene filter. This keeps the water clean and fresh for multiple uses.
What do I do if it gets too cold?
You may partially submerge yourself instead of entirely in the ice bath. This allows your body to get used to the cold gradually. If the cold is unbearable, you may exit the tub early.
What is the ice bath temperature range?
The ice bath water temperature ranges from 3 - 9ºC. No ice cubes are needed; get ready to plunge in indoors or outdoors.