StretchLab will open its doors to a new location—it’s first in the city of Kirkland—on June 6, with a grand opening event taking place in July. The studio will be located at 11316 Northeast 124th Street and welcomes those of all ages and fitness levels.
55-year-old Brian Riddick is the owner and operator of the upcoming Kirkland StretchLab facility. Riddick was initially a StretchLab client where he increased mobility for his soccer playing and discovered the benefits of assisted stretching.
“Kirkland is such an active community and people like to do a variety of outdoor activities. StretchLab will help people feel better and continue to do things they truly enjoy,” said Riddick. “Each one-on-one stretch is specifically tailored to each client’s needs and will help work toward achieving goals.”
StretchLab offers a variety of one-on-one personalized stretching services, to include a 25-minute stretch concentrating on the client’s current stretching needs, and a 50-minute head to toe stretch that addresses all major muscle groups.
The studio will also offer a TRX MAPS machine, which is a machine that identifies movement inefficiencies with mobility, activation, posture, and symmetry. The MAPS score is created using 3D technology and performs a total body assessment scan in under 30 seconds as users perform three body weight squats.
The Kirkland StretchLab studio will be open every day of the week. Monthly memberships are available for four or eight visits per month, as well as drop-in stretches.
Looking towards the future, Riddick hopes to open another StretchLab studio in Bellevue next year.
For more information visit https://www.stretchlab.com/location/kirkland