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As Wellness Clubs Grow, Remedy Place Prioritizes Education
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As Wellness Clubs Grow, Remedy Place Prioritizes Education

The social wellness club is launching “The Framework,” a free digital education platform featuring advice from founder Dr. Jonathan Leary

Remedy Place, the social wellness club with locations in New York City and Los Angeles, is looking to democratize access to self-care and wellness through a free online platform, “The Framework.” The platform is designed to inspire users to take control of their lives and leverage health to promote overall success and growth. 

The Framework includes seven pillars: Human Connection, Intentional Environments, Time Training, Stress Training, Growth and Development, Appearance Training and Conventional Health.

The platform features evolving video training and editorials designed to provide a roadmap to help users feel their best and achieve more from their lives. Remedy Place describes it as a “multimedia experience rooted in science.”

Remedy Place founder Dr. Jonathan Leary released a teaser video about the inspiration behind “The Framework.”

“I’m here to show you what’s worked for me and all the people I’ve helped over the years, and then use this media platform to inspire and motivate you to take control of your health.” Dr. Leary says in the video.

The Rise of Wellness Clubs

Remedy Place has captured the attention of entrepreneurs, celebrities and athletes in LA and NYC since it was founded by Dr. Leary in 2019. The social wellness club offers ‘remedies” including acupuncture, functional medicine, vitamin drips, hyperbaric oxygen chambers, red light therapy, cryotherapy, cold plunges and more.

Last year, the brand launched an at-home collection to complement its in-person social wellness clubs. It also hired fitness and wellness industry vet Stephen Wright as its vice president of marketing. Wright has worked with brands like Equinox, Boy Smells, Heyday, Sakara Life, and Sweetgreen. 

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In an interview with Athletech News last year, Dr. Leary said Remedy Place was “on track to open two new clubs annually, pushing the boundaries of innovation within our industry.”

The planned growth comes as wellness clubs continue to grow in major U.S. cities, most notably NYC. Continuum, a wellness club powered by AI and offering experiences like one-on-one personal training sessions, massages, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, saunas, cold plunge treatments and more, will open in Greenwich Village this May.

The Well, another popular wellness club, has a location in Flatiron and offers quarterly memberships for access to experiences that include massage and skin health services, vitamin therapy, yoga and movement, Chinese medicine and acupuncture, vibrational energy healing, and health coaching.

The Well also recently broke ground on The Well Bay Harbor Island, a wellness-focused condo and office space in Miami that rivals luxury residential concepts like Life Time Living.

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