StretchLab to Open New Location in Lexington Square Shopping Center

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Lexington Gears Up for New StretchLab Location in Lexus Square Shopping Center

Renowned assisted stretching service, StretchLab, announces the grand opening of another locale in the Lexington Square Shopping Center, with Lowes Foods as anchor, at 5232 Sunset Blvd., Suite A in Lexington. Going by the name StretchLab Lake Murray, this new studio is due to open on June 13, with celebrations expected to last until June 15. The studio will offer one-on-one assisted stretching services to clients.

Hitzemann Couple Continues Their Venture with StretchLab

Steve and Stacey Hitzemann, the husband-and-wife franchise owners, are no strangers to the StretchLab brand. Since first joining in 2019, they have successfully initiated five StretchLab facilities, with four more studios expected to join in the next two years. Their existing locations operate in Forest Acres in Columbia, and Dilworth, Huntersville, SouthPark and Fort Mill in Charlotte’s market.

Expressing his enthusiasm about the latest offering, Steve Hitzemann commented, “As we age, stiffness and reduced mobility are inevitable. StretchLab is an excellent routine to maintain an active lifestyle, catering to various demographics, from active golfers and tennis players to individuals recovering from injuries, or experiencing stiffness due to prolonged sitting or desk work.”

Specials for New Members

To commemorate the launch of their new studio, StretchLab Lake Murray is extending exclusive offers, including discounted lifetime membership prices for all new members joining by June 15. The discounts offer an average 15% cut on regular membership fees. Furthermore, free 15-minute stretching sessions are available until the opening weekend, and bookings can be made by calling the studio at 803-632-0108.

About StretchLab

Founded in 2015, StretchLab has been a frontrunner in providing quality assisted stretching services for a range of clients. The brand focuses on improving clients’ range of motion and flexibility by designing customized stretching routines to address tightness and imbalances in the body. New hires are required to hold a background in anatomical studies, with a significant number being Exercise Science and Kinesiology graduates. Training includes 60-70+ hours of emphasis on the muscular system, assisted stretching techniques, and hands-on instruction.

For additional information on StretchLab or to book a stretch, visit the official website at

StretchLab to Open New Location in Lexington Square Shopping Center

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