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LYMBR STUDIOS

NEW YORK. CONNECTICUT. MASSACHUSETTS.

Benefits of being LYMBR

Improved flexibility, range of motion and alignment

Reduced stress and relief from tension

Enhanced overall athletic performance

Experience faster recovery

Restore your body to a more limber, better you

LYMBR @Work

Our Corporate Wellness service providing on-site or digital stretching.

LYMBR is a wellness company that restores your body through personalized stretching. We focus on bringing you a better, healthier quality of life with our LYMBR Method of one-on-one stretching.

You can choose from a 30 or 60 minute session with one of our highly trained Stretch Therapists who will work with you to achieve a higher sense of relaxation, performance and recovery.  Regardless of your age or activity level, you will feel lasting benefits from a LYMBR stretch.

BENEFITS OF BEING LYMBR

 

 

Improved flexibility, range of motion and alignment

Reduced stress and relief from tension

Enhanced overall athletic performance

Experience faster recovery

Restore your body to a more limber, better you

YOUR BODY. YOUR TIME.

Hour sessions may be used in 30 or 60-min increments.

MEMBERSHIPS FOR YOUR MONTHLY ROUTINE

2 HOURS / MONTH – $179
3 HOURS / MONTH – $259
4 HOURS / MONTH – $339
6 HOURS / MONTH – $499
8 HOURS / MONTH –  $629
LYMBR ON DEMAND INCLUDED WITH ALL MEMBERSHIPS

 

PACKAGES FOR FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING

3 HOURS – $289
5 HOURS – $469
10 HOURS – $899
20 HOURS – $1729
60-MIN SESSION DROP IN – $99
30-MIN SESSION DROP IN – $59

 

TRY US – EXPERIENCE THE LYMBR DIFFERENCE

NEW CLIENT 60-MIN SESSION – $69

LYMBR @HOME

Private in-home sessions.
60 MINUTE SESSION  $150 – $199
90 MINUTE SESSION  $195 – $229

LYMBR on DEMAND

Subscribe to our Self-Stretching Program
FREE THROUGH FEB 14, 2021
Subscribe before Feb 14 – $14.99
Subscribe after Feb 14 – $19.99

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