StretchLab, a franchise of studios that help people stretch their muscles, will open May 9 in East Northport.
The company says that the studio will help people improve their fitness levels by working with their flexologists to improve range of motion, reduce pain and
While it will not take insurance or prescriptions, the studio will accept referrals from physical therapists and chiropractors. StretchLab’s services are more for preventative care, maintenance, and helping with chronic issues.
The franchise is owned by James Immordino.
StretchLab offers a variety of one-on-one stretching services, including a 25-minute stretch that concentrates on the client’s current stretching needs, as well as a 50-minute head-to-toe deep stretch. Monthly memberships are available for four or eight visits per month, as well as drop-in stretches.
“From the clientele to the flexologists, everyone who walks through the door has a different background and specific goal which makes the studio so unique and diverse,” Immordino said. “I am excited to introduce the community to all the benefits StretchLab offers from a health and lifestyle perspective that will last a lifetime.”
The East Northport studio will also offer the TRX MAPS machine, a machine that identifies movement inefficiencies across four critical categories: mobility, activation, posture and symmetry.
“While working as a personal trainer in the fitness industry for many years, I was dedicated to motivating people and encouraging them to reach their goals,” said general manager Jen Alexander. “I am looking forward to bringing my passion to the new StretchLab in my local community and helping people who want to be able play and run around with their grandkids, excel in their sport and overall, live a healthy lifestyle.”