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Introductory Call with HENCH Coach
The Introduction to HENCH Session is a 15-minute phone consultation with an expert HENCH coach where we can dive deeper into some of the information you've provided in the questionnaire in advance of your visit.
If you need to cancel your appointment, please ensure 24 hours' notice prior to appointment time.
Gym Tour and Membership Chat
Member Review Sessions
HENCH One-To-One Monthly Review Session
Sports Recovery Clinic
Private Cryotherapy Session
Cryotherapy has proven to be an integral part of recovery strategy for many professional sports clubs, accelerating athlete recovery, minimising fatigue and lowering the risk of injury. At HENCH, we utilise the same technology (CET Cyrospa Sport) and protocols employed by AC Milan, Manchester United, Manchester City FC, Team GB, the English Institute of Sport, the All England Lawn Tennis Club (Wimbledon).
Private Infrared Sauna Session (special offer)
Infrared heat can greatly benefit the sore, damaged or tired muscles of an athlete. The heat penetrates the muscles, increasing blood circulation and assisting muscle repair. Infrared heat will also help in the reduction of lactic acids, allowing tight and worn-out muscles to relax. The penetrating heat of the infrared sauna can also help ease the pain of a muscle sprain (after administration of cold and compression).
Private Contrast Therapy Session (special offer)
Contrast bathing works by promoting rapid alternation between vasodilation and vasoconstriction, which causes a 'pumping' action in the peripheral circulation by using temperature rather than manual methods. Within the IR Sauna, heat stimulates circulation bringing in fresh blood, lymph, oxygen, water and nutrients while in the Cryospa cold contains the inflammatory response and expels stagnant fluid and waste products. HENCH is the only sports recovery centre in Ireland currently offering this service.
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