Restore Hyper Wellness + Cryotherapy opens first Kentucky location – Louisville Business First – Louisville Business First

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Restore Hyper Wellness + Cryotherapy, an Austin, Texas-based wellness chain, has opened its first Kentucky location at the Avish Gardens shopping center on Brownsboro Road in Louisville.
The studio soft-opened and began welcoming customers in December.
According to a news release, Restore addresses the fastest growing segments of wellness, helping people in need of chronic pain management, accelerated injury recovery, improved athletic performance, enhanced immune wellness, and health span longevity. The most popular services include:
• Whole Body Cryotherapy. A cold therapy which immerses the body in temperatures as low as -260oF for up to 3 minutes. This modality releases endorphins and reduces inflammation in the body, providing a mood and energy boost, relieving muscle pain, improving sleep, and burning 500 – 800 calories per session, according to a news release.
• IV Therapy. IV therapies deliver vital hydration and micronutrients that provide a range of benefits, including helping detoxify the body and improving its immune function, brain health, energy and longevity, the release said.
“We are thrilled to bring the first Restore Hyperwellness location to the state of Kentucky and to provide the Louisville community with a new approach to wellness “John Fox, owner of the Louisville franchise, said in the release.
Restore now has over 120 locations across the country and is on track to reach 175 open stores by the end of 2022. Along with his partners Joseph Boehm and Sean Hennessey, Fox opened their first franchise in Cincinnati last year.
The local site employs a variety of full- and part-time workers, including wellness representatives, stretch therapists, estheticians and registered nurses under the oversight of independent physicians, the release said.
Avish Gardens is located near the Paddock Shops development, close to where Brownsboro and North Hurstbourne Parkway meet. Some of its other tenants include Feeder’s Supply and Kroger.
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