“You only have one life and one body,” said Anu Haynes, co-owner of The Covery in Huntsville. “There’s nothing more important than taking care of it.”
In a world that is overwhelmed with endless to-do lists, stressful careers, personal challenges, and a recent pandemic, finding serenity can seem close to impossible. But a new wellness and recovery concept called The Covery aims to bring overall wellness, athletic recovery, and aesthetic services all under one roof so the community can target specific needs with a holistic approach. The Covery plans to open at Times Plaza, 2319 Memorial Parkway, next to Regymen Fitness in Spring 2022.
“The Covery offers personal restorative therapies within an environment where guests can recharge their body and mind,” explained Anu. “You will leave feeling and looking better thanks to proven therapeutics that address various aspects of wellness.”
Many cutting-edge therapies will be available including Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, NormaTec Compression, IV Infusions, Whole Body Cryotherapy, Ballancer Pro Lymphatic Drainage, Hydrafacials, medical-grade skincare products, and much more. Years of research helped The Covery pin down the most effective and in-demand treatments to ensure its visitors receive the best technology and care on the market. Plus, all services are medically supervised by licensed professionals.
Everyone can benefit at The Covery—from seasoned pro-athletes to the novice at the gym. Even those who don’t work out regularly can enjoy improving their skin and self-esteem through aesthetic services.
“Huntsville is a high-achieving, fast-growing, and high-tech city, which makes it the ideal location for a wellness facility,” said Anu. “We’re making many forms of therapeutic treatments more accessible and affordable to those who need it. There are therapies that combat vitamin deficiencies, aid in muscle recovery, target cellulite, improve mental clarity, and enhance the skin’s overall health and glow.”
Anu and Jason Haynes will co-own the Huntsville location and are excited for the community to experience recovery and rejuvenation on a new level.
“People can take better charge of their health, and The Covery is here to make it easier and more effective,” said Jason. “After you put in the sweat equity of a workout, it’s time for recovery. The services we offer are thoroughly researched, state-of-the-art products that have numerous applications toward wellness, recovery, and aesthetics. The body is a complex mechanism. Physical and mental health are closely connected. We hope to make the journey toward better health a little easier and more enjoyable.”
Crunkleton Commercial Real Estate’s Vice President of Retail, Anusha Alapati Davis, worked with Jason and Anu on leasing The Covery’s new facility and believes Times Plaza will serve their needs well.
“The Covery will offer an amazing experience and atmosphere to Huntsville with some of the best therapies available,” said Anusha. “Its site at Times Plaza will be centrally located, easily accessible, highly visible, and near many major medical facilities including Huntsville Hospital. They will be an exciting addition to our city.”
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