Bobbie and Paul Coffer


Kara Coffer

Marketing Director


At Kona Cryo Wellness, we believe in a holistic, modern view of health. Our goal is to offer unique and alternative therapies that can benefit overall wellness, increase performance and lead to a better quality of life.


Kona Cryo Wellness is proud to be the first to offer whole body cyrotherapy to the Big Island. We are constantly seeking to work with like-minded professionals to continue to offer a variety of health and wellness services.




“Our mission at Kona Cryo Wellness is to employ the latest, state-of-the-art cryotherapy products and services to help our customers achieve and maintain good health, peak performance, and lasting beauty.”


Bobbie & Paul Coffer


Originally from Northern California, Bobbie and Paul moved to the Big Island in 2007. While in Hawaii Bobbie worked at a Compounding Pharmacy and Wellness Center.  During her tenure, she developed an interest in and knowledge of alternative and holistic medicine, and nutraceuticals.


Paul was born and raised in Northern California. He spent some time as a commercial fisherman in California, Washington and Alaska before getting into the car business in California. Bobbie and Paul owned and operated a successful business in California for 10 years.


In 2011 their daughter, Briana, was seriously injured as a result of a car accident.  Since the accident she has dealt with chronic pain on a daily basis. The only thing that has given her any relief is the recent availability of "whole body cryotherapy." Based on their daughter's experience and after extensive research, Bobbie and Paul decided to bring this technology to the Big Island.


They are pleased to be starting a business that can make a positive difference in the lives of the people that have been so warm and welcoming since their arrival.


Kara Coffer


Kara was born and raised in Northern California. She moved to Hawaii at the age of 17 with her family and graduated from Konawaena High School in 2008. She studied as a Veterinary Assistant on-line at Penn Foster College, and started working as a Veterinary Technician at the age of 19. At the age of 24 she decided to pursue her love of culinary arts and started working at Kona's Kukio Beach and Golf Club, apprenticing under their pastry chef.


Kara became interested in alternative medicine, treatments, and cryotherapy after her sister, Briana, got into a horrible, near fatal car accident in 2011 and her Aunt Deb passed away from stage 4 liver cancer in 2012. As someone with a chronic inflammatory disease herself, Kara is very excited about this new opportunity for Hawaii to experience the amazing benefits of Cryotherapy!


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