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Body First opens wellness center

By The Mercury

Body First added a 1,800 square foot wellness addition to the Body First Tennis and Fitness Center.

Doug Sellers, owner of Body First, said the center includes a fitness center with cardio areas and weight room, group fitness classroom, three indoor tennis courts, three outdoor tennis courts, a racquetball court, locker rooms, showers and saunas.

The center also includes professional massage therapy, sports massage, and nutritional services provided by a registered dietitian.

Body First has been providing the Flinthills with professional massage therapy since 1997. By 2010 Body First offered massage therapy, salon services, chiropractic care, and acupuncture. With knowledgeable massage therapists on staff with an average of more than six years of experience.

In August 2010 Body First purchased the Cottonwood Racquet Club and expanded its services to include fitness, and tennis. In 2013, it began offering nutritional counseling by a registered dietitian and expanded its running program.

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