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Restore. Yes, please.

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Restore
in Kirkland Urban opened on Feb 22nd and then we blinked and COVID was here. Fast forward six months and I've had time to mask up, walk on over and pay them a visit. There's usually street parking right outside their door. And it's exactly what we all need- a little injection of  hyper-wellness!   We need to remember to take care of ourselves, especially when we've taken up new outdoorsy adventures like hiking and biking and kayaking, or binge watching Netflix that can make our old asses sore.  Feel free to drop in or make an appointment  for a socially distanced/masked tour of this clean and new recovery haven. 

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They offer services that include full body cryotherapy (good for inflammation, metabolism, mood boost, skin/collagen generation), PBM infrared light therapy (reduces pain, cellular regeneration, eye health, skin, sleep), infrared sauna (detoxifying, heats from within), hyperbaric oxygen chamber (stimulates healing), compression therapy (lymphatic stimulation), stretch therapy (assisted stretching), and nutrient IV's  (with a very extensive menu, these require an initial consult with their nurse/naturopathic doc).  They also offer cryoslimming (Oh sign me up!) and cryotoning and cryofacials with a specialized aesthetician. 

Restore has 62 locations and plans to have 125 across the U.S. by the end of the year.   Over 180 Kirkland members have been using these all-natural modalities to help themselves feel better in recent months. The staff can help you put together a plan to meet your individual goals and tailor a program to address your needs.  Or if you prefer, you can just drop in for a service when you feel like you need it.  Training for a marathon and feeling sluggish? Working to recover from an injury? Everyone needs a nudge. Co-owner JJ Durant says they also offer great treatment alternatives and compliments for chronic pain such as rheumatoid arthritis and even auto-immune conditions such as lupus.

Everything can be a la carte or memberships start at $79 and work up to $239 (for a daily pass) depending on your number of visits.  Members also get a discount on services. Bonus- students get 50% off retail prices!  My husband has been in to Restore for cryotherapy (brrrrr..) twice in the last week and is potentially addicted, so there's a good chance you'll see us there.