Each RECOVERY Bay includes smart storage, recharging capability and signature Hyperice tools powered by a Digital Kiosk. Hyperice expert instructional content guides each recovery session. The Bays are designed to be installed as stand-alone or interconnected units, and can be arranged to facilitate personal or communal training zones.
RECOVERY Bays will debut in hotels including Pullman Hotels by Accor in Paris, the SO/ Sotogrande Resort & Spa in Spain and the Claremont Club & Spa in Berkeley California. The bays were created to addresses the consumer demand for restorative and well-being practices beyond the confines of the home.
"Recovery spaces are an important consideration for inclusion within every wellness environment we design today", said Gordon Stirling, managing director of Aktiv Solutions. "Finding time and the technology required to recover more quickly is an essential component in our health and fitness regimens forward. Hyperice technology provides the essential tools, and within these new bays, together we solve for the space and guidance needed for everyone to participate."