City Cave to Open Latest Wellness Centre in Kenmore

By the end of May 2021, Kenmore will welcome its first-ever City Cave float and wellness centre, providing the local community with float therapy, infrared saunas, and massage treatments. 

City Cave franchise owners Taylor Fielding and Matt Joudo are excited to announce the opening of the Kenmore branch, their 20th launch across Queensland. Mr Joudo commented on Kenmore’s potential after noticing that the area has plenty of gym and fitness facilities, but no wellness centres. 

“City Cave Kenmore is an opportunity for us to make a difference in people’s lives with healthcare solutions that support relaxation and recovery from the toils of everyday life, exercise, stress and anxiety,” Mr Fielding said. 

Matt Joudo (left) and Taylor Fielding (right).
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Some of the services provided by City Cave include float therapy, which involves getting into a special pool of water suffused with 400 kg of Epsom salts. The water will be set to skin temperature at 34.5 degrees Celsius to create total sensory deprivation. 

Customers will be given a choice of calming music or complete silence for the purpose of deep relaxation.

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Infrared saunas will also be available. These are particularly beneficial as they heat the bodies of customers in the same way that the sun would but without fear of UV damage. The heat penetrates to soothe the joints and muscles. This technology aims to relax and detoxify the body, relieving pain and purifying the skin while increasing circulation.

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City Cave also provides classic massage therapy, an excellent partner to the deep relaxation provided by float therapy. Floating before massages speeds up the process of muscles relaxing, which in turn gives the massage therapist more time to work. On the other hand, floating after massages makes for a relaxing and therapeutic experience.

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Each service has been created to provide customers with the treatment necessary to heal the mind and the body. 

“It’s not just physical health either; mental health has become such a big focus of everyday life, particularly since the pandemic, and our new centre also caters to that part of the holistic wellness journey,”  Mr Joudo adds.

The wellness centre is scheduled to open in late May 2021 at 10 Brookfield Rd, Kenmore. For more information, visit their website here. Follow their social media pages on Facebook and Instagram for the latest updates concerning the venue, deals, dates, and other special announcements.