Save on Holistic Services at Re:fit




Re:fit, a Glenview-based fitness and wellness center where healing starts from within, is inviting new clients to discover unexpected ways to rejuvenate their body and soul with a 10% savings on Integrative Manual Therapy (IMT) or ayurvedic services during the month of May.

Founder Loribeth Cohen says, “Re:fit is like the sun, where the core represents traditional physical therapy, and each ray offers complementary holistic services which release physical and spiritual blockages that hinder wellness.”

Hands-on IMT energy work “maps” how emotions and past injuries or traumas can affect the physical body. An ayurvedic consultation teaches the ancient Indian practice which incorporates massage, oils, spices and exercise to restore vitality to the mind, body and spirit.

“Re:fit works for the betterment of each client, helping those that need healing and those that want to maintain vitality,” says Cohen.

 

Location: 910 Waukegan Rd., Glenview. For more information, call 847-657-0881 or visit refitinc.com

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