Stretchlab is opening its fifth Valley location in Paradise Valley this Saturday.
Located at 4740 E. Shea Blvd Suite 100, the assisted stretch concept’s latest studio will have ten beds and will offer one-on-one assisted stretching and group classes.
In celebration of its grand opening, StrechLab will provide free 15-minute demo stretches to new customers from now until January 29. Discounted membership rates will also be available until the end of the month.
“Stretching caters to everyone from professional athletes to those recovering from injury or those experiencing stiffness from working at home,” says Jennifer Gage, StretchLab’s Arizona franchise owner. “We are thrilled to expand StretchLab’s top-tier services to Paradise Valley. Our clients can expect a fully customized routine catered to their mobility and goals that will leave them feeling reenergized.”
Founded in 2015, StretchLab’s mission is to provide the highest quality assisted stretching services to clients of all types and allow them to reclaim their freedom through gaining a wider range of motion and flexibility. The Flexologist™ Training Program requires all trainers to complete 60 to 70+ hours of theory and hands-on training while learning the muscular system, assisted stretches and how to work with a variety of clients. Flexologists use the Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) method in one-on-one sessions to increase range of motion for maximum benefits.
StretchLab offers one-on-one assisted stretches with options of a 25-minute targeted stretch or a 50-minute all body stretch. The 25-minute stretch concentrates on major muscle groups in one area to help alleviate muscle tightness from daily office work or intense workouts. The 50-minute stretch, which is an ideal comprehensive, whole body option, helps those struggling from tight muscles and aching or stiff joints and athletes who would like to improve sport performance. There is also a 50-minute group stretch option, which is a small group format with stretches that are fully customized to the client’s level of mobility and activity. In group settings, the Flexologist™ guides the class on how to use stretch tools like stretch straps and foam rollers.
Other Valley StretchLab studios are located in Arcadia, Gainey Village, Grayhawk and Desert Ridge. For more information, visit stretchlab.com.
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