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Take your recovery to the next level

Sauna

We have 3 wooden traditional saunas here at Midtown that can reach temperatures up to 190 degrees Fahrenheit. You can choose to sit with yourself and listen to a podcast on one of the provided bluetooth speakers or join a friend and grow from some quality community time.

These saunas are used to help break a sweat, decrease muscle soreness and build your stress resilience!

Cold Plunge

One of our favorites here at Midtown Movement & Medicine! The state of the art cold plunge with built in chiller, sanitation and filtration will up level your game to new heights.

With a temperature at 48- 50 degrees the cold plunge has big benefits to your body’s resilience over time. Make this a regular practice and we are sure you’ll be hooked on the benefits. Enhance your overall performance and come plunge today!

Compression

Air Relax helps you recover faster between workouts by reducing muscle soreness and increasing circulation to help reduce inflammation with its sequential pulse technology blends unique massage patterns that work in unison with your body. Book a 30 minute session and come relax!

These saunas are used to help break a sweat, decrease muscle soreness and build your stress resilience!

Massage Chairs

We put our bodies through constant stress with intense exercise, sitting too long at a desk, and constant life stressors. Come in and relax in our zero gravity massage chair that is equipped with heated rollers and pressure air bags that provide a range of kneading and rolling to fit your massage needs.

Massage Guns

Come in before or after your workouts and use the massage guns on your tight and tender muscles to help increase blood and lymphatic flow to help reduce that tension!

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Midtown boasts one of the few facilities where members can use our hyperbaric chamber. In a hyperbaric chamber, the air pressure is increased 2 to 3 times higher than normal air pressure. Under these conditions, your lungs can gather much more oxygen than would be possible breathing pure oxygen at normal air pressure. This extra oxygen helps fight bacteria. It also triggers the release of substances called growth factors and stem cells, which promote healing.