Altitude Training

What is Altitude Training?

Welcome, oxygen enthusiasts and thrill-seekers alike, to the exhilarating world of Altitude Training!  Get ready to push your limits, defy gravity and dive into the fascinating realm where every breath counts. 

Altitude Training (also known as Intermittent Hypoxic Training) is a technique that involves exposing the body to alternating patterns of low-oxygen (hypoxic) and normal-oxygen (normoxic) air as well as high oxygen levels (hyperoxia). This cycling of oxygen levels prompts the body to adapt in various ways, such as increasing the production of blood cells and improving oxygen utilisation efficiency.

Our Altitude Training machine does not require any additional exercise during your session, allowing those of any physical state to participate in our training. During your session, you remain stationary in one of our comfortable Get A Drip chairs with a mask over your nose and mouth and will continue breathing as normal. We do not offer Altitude training with additional exercise/equipment allowing anyone to train with us!

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Who can benefit from Altitude Training?


People who are gearing up for treks or climbs in high-altitude regions might employ the help of IHT as a preparatory measure to adapt their bodies to lower oxygen levels.


Athletes enjoy participating in Altitude Training as it helps them boost their endurance and performance. People committed to their fitness objectives and journey, might discover all of the Altitude Training advantages. Over time, your body becomes significantly more efficient in using oxygen effectively. Think of it as training a specific muscle, the more you work it over time, the stronger the muscle gets.

Senior citizens

Altitude Training may help seniors improve their respiratory function, making breathing easier and more efficient. This can be particularly beneficial for those with respiratory conditions such as COPD or asthma. Altitude training can also boost endurance levels and energy levels allowing seniors to engage in physical activities for longer periods without fatigue.

Rehabilitation patients

Some research indicates that IHT could offer therapeutic advantages for specific medical conditions like cardiovascular disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and metabolic disorders.

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  • Altitude training sessions starting from just £28!
  • Available at our Canary Wharf clinic

Altitude Training Prices & Packages

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Treatment Course Price
Intro Session £40 £28
1 x Session £75 £52.50
5 x Sessions £300 £210
10 x Sessions £500 £350

Sessions last up to 40 minutes. However, if you wish, you are able to stop the session at any given time.

Please note, a Hypoxia assessment must be completed as an intro session before you book a standard session, which will then be personalised based on your assessment results. Your assessment will be 40 minutes and will provide a baseline for the machine so we can ensure your future sessions are accurate and optimised for your needs. We recommend a course of 10 sessions, following your assessment to reach your full potential. 

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Benefits of High Altitude Training

The applications of Intermittent Hypoxic Training are extremely diverse, and offer many benefits to you and your skin!

Enhanced oxygen utilisation
Cardiovascular fitness improvement
Performance enhancement
Overall wellness promotion
Potential anti-ageing effects

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can benefit from Altitude Training?

One of the amazing assets of Altitude Training is that anyone can benefit from it! We have seen extreme popularity with those who are trained athletes, fitness enthusiasts, rehabilitation patients, senior citizens as well as high-altitude adventurers! 

How often do you have to do Altitude Training to see results?

We recommend a total of 10 sessions. However, it depends on the individual’s desired results. 

How do you train for altitude?

Other than climbing up to the altitude you desire, the only other way to prepare for the altitude is through Altitude Training. By exposing the body to alternating patterns of low-oxygen (hypoxic) and normal-oxygen (normoxic) air as well as high oxygen levels (hyperoxia), Altitude Training ‘tricks’ your body into thinking that it is climbing a mountain, or experiencing something with low oxygen levels. 

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Does Altitude Training improve performance?

Yes Altitude Training can improve performance, especially endurance sports. When athletes train at high altitudes where oxygen levels are lower, their bodies adapt by producing more red blood cells and increasing their oxygen-carrying capacity, known as acclimatisation. This can lead to several performance benefits such as: enhanced endurance, improved recovery, increased speed and mental toughness.