Best Wellness Centers in Wisconsin
Inspirit Wellness Center
3852 Creamery Rd Suite A, De Pere, WI 54115,
At Inspirit Wellness Center, our mission is to bring together a community of like-minded individuals who adopt a holistic approach to wellness.
Within the walls of this community, you will find everything you need to restore your spirit, body, and mind.
Allied Wellness Center
2225 Allied Dr, Madison, WI 53711
We believe that having access to health care is not just a luxury, but a fundamental human right for every member of our community. It's our hope that the Allied Wellness Center will bring all of the community members and service partners together to continue to strengthen the foundation of the neighborhood and to serve as a bridge for our neighbors to take an important step toward creating a healthier lifestyle.
Dayspring Spa & Wellness Center
124 E. St.Paul Ave. Waukesha, WI 53188
The key mission of Dayspring is to offer a holistic approach to wellness using preventive health services. Quantum Biofeedback results in an overall improved sense of well-being, greater mental clarity, pain reduction, and improved physical performance. Stress is the major cause for illness or dis-ease in the body. To manage stress levels is essential to maintain a healthy and happy body!
Creative Care & Wellness Center
634 E Burleigh St, Milwaukee, WI 53212
Our highest goal is to assist clients in removing the root cause of their symptoms.
Through integrative modalities and ongoing education we desire to support clients
in maintaining their desired level of health and wellness for themselves and their families
Body Awareness Center
7835 Harwood Ave, Wauwatosa, WI 53213,
In 1994 Jill Seebantz began her career as a Massage Therapist. Over the next ten years, she expanded her craft to include many different modalities, earning the title of Master BodyWorker.
Her practice led her to study our relationship with food and our digestive system. She completed studies with Dr. Christopher’s School of Natural Healing, BioEnergetic Medicine, EAV, Colon Hydrotherapy, and the Science and Benefits of Raw Nutrition and Holistic Health Coach for the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. She is a Certified Raw Food Chef and Educator in Gut Health Programs and offers classes, private consulting and training programs.
At 45, while confronting her own health and lifestyle challenges and realizing the second half of her life was beginning NOW, a new journey emerged. Not only did she act on her life dreams of owning and riding a Harley Davidson, but at 50 she started downhill skiing, whitewater rafting, kayaking and exploring distant lands. Jill decided age was not going to hold her back from achieving her dreams. Now at 62, she is happily creating more adventures, leaning into new challenges and fulfilling life dreams with passion and vitality.
Jill has completed extensive personal development and leadership training, her most recent being the Get Set Method, a certification in applying the Law of Attraction and High-Performance Club. As a Radical Wellness and Mindset Coach, she looks for the root foundation to locate where each individual’s healing begins, adopting a functional medicine approach based on her philosophy: “The way the body is designed is the way it heals.”
Jill firmly believes, “We are designed for Radical Wellness.”
What is cold therapy?
Cold therapy is a form of cold stress that will activate the body’s internal healing mechanisms. There are many forms of cold therapy tubs and chambers that will give you all of the benefits of cold therapy. These methods may include using a chiller combined with cold plunge, or adding ice to a cold tub or ice barrel. Most commonly cold therapy is used for athletic recovery or mental clarity.
What are the benifits of a cold plunge?
Some of the benefits of using a cold plunge may include pain relief, recovery, mental focus, body health, lowering inflammation in the body, and better sleep.
What is the difference between and Ice Bath and a Cold Plunge?
The difference between an ice bath and a cold plunge is that you typically don’t have to add ice to a cold plunge with a chiller unit. With an ice bath you will simply add the ice, and drain the tub when finished. With a cold plunge the chiller will circulate and filter the water so there will be less frequent draining and filling the tub.
What is the optimum temperature for an ice bath?
The optimum temperature really depends on the individual and the goals they may have. The standard temperature is 50-59 degrees F for at least 5-10 minutes. Although, high performance athletes may use colder temperatures between 42-50 degrees F with a duration of 3-6 minutes.
Are ice baths healthy?
Yes, as a general statement ice baths are healthy for you if they are used correctly. Before using any of our ice baths or cold plunges please read the manufacturer's suggestions on temperatures and time in the water. If you have more specific questions on the health benefits don’t hesitate to fill out the contact us form below.
Is an ice bath better than a cold shower?
Although there is value to taking a cold shower every now and then. Ice baths and cold plunges will have an immediate effect on your entire body. The only way to truly reach consistent application of the cold is to fully submerge the body for a set duration of time.
How long should you soak in an ice bath or cold plunge?
The standard temperature is 50-59 degrees F for at least 5-10 minutes. Although, high performance athletes may use colder temperatures between 42-50 degrees F with a duration of 3-6 minutes.
How do you take an ice bath?
For beginners the best way is to submerge your body into the water while keeping your hands and head above the water. Focus on your breathing and remain calm as the first few minutes are always the hardest. Typically the bath would last about 5-10 minutes.
More experienced methods may include a quick head dunk into the water and keeping hands in the water for full recovery benefits. We also recommend using a colder temperature for a shorter amount of time.