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New cryotherapy and wellness spa set for Boise’s Bown Crossing

A new wellness business will open in Bown Crossing, on the ground floor of an office building. Business owner Tim Jolicoeur says Restore Boise will specialize in what he called “hyper wellness,” as well as cryotherapy, a type of cold temperature therapy.

“My wife Vicki and I brought Restore to the area for many reasons,” Jolicoeur said. “I have dealt with pain most of my adult life since I was in the Marine Corps Infantry.  We knew a concept like this could really help those who are in pain.”

The wellness shop offers guests different treatments and care including, IV drip therapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, and micronutrient testing.

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“…We have taken all these therapies that the professional athletes and celebrities have been able to enjoy and democratized them and put them under one roof in a luxurious retail and spa-like atmosphere,” he said. “So that everyone in our community has easier, better, and more cost-effective access to them.“

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The approved permit requests says there will be larger windows, doors and a front patio. 

The project is still in the early stages of development, but Jolicoeur hopes the store will be open sometime in March. It will be the second location after a shop opened up in the Village at Meridian. He says Restore Boise will be offering founding memberships to those who sign up early. 

Autum Robertson
Autum is a BoiseDev reporter focused on Ketchum, McCall and general news. Contact her at autum@boisedev.com.

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