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FAQ

Welcome to Aroga Cold Therapy, your gateway to the invigorating world of cold plunging. Explore the answers to common questions about this transformative experience and how to prepare for it.

How cold is the water in the plunge tub?

The water temperature used at Aroga Cold Therapy is typically between 43-50°F (10-12°C).

What
should I wear?

Swimwear: Opt for a swimsuit or swim trunks as they are designed to handle water and dry relatively quickly. This allows for easy movement in the water.

How long is
a typical
cold plunge session?

For a single plunge, the plunge room is reserved for up to 10 minutes. If you are new to cold plunging, we recommend starting with 2-3 minutes and working your way up to 10 minutes.

If you book a double, you and 1 additional person can plunge for up to 20 minutes.

What should I do before my appointment?

Take a fresh shower before you arrive and be free of lotions and makeup. This helps to maintain a sparkling clear tub for you and all of our other clients. No time to shower before your appointment? No worries, we have a full bathroom where you can shower upon your arrival.

What should I bring?

Bring yourself and a change of dry clothes to change into after your plunge. Feel free to also bring a dry towel or use one of our freshly laundered complimentary ones. 

Any situation where I should not plunge?

  • You have open communicable or infectious skin condition, disorder, or open sores (including new tattoos).

  • Had a fever anytime within the last 24 hours.

  • Have a history of heart trouble, epilepsy, seizures or blackouts and have not received your doctor’s permission to cold plunge.

  • Experiencing your menstrual period.

  • Have kidney disease, incontinence, or any gastro issues, and bladder control issues.

  • To prevent the equipment from staining, cancel if you recently spray tanned where it is still easily washing off or have a henna tattoo.

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