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Woodhouse Spa Introduces Newest Tennessee Location in Franklin

Day Spa Brand Celebrates Grand Opening with Specials on May 17-19; New Location Offers First-in-Market Syndeo HydraFacial Treatment

May 04, 2022 // Franchising.com // FRANKLIN, TN - Woodhouse Spa announced today the opening of its newest franchised location in Franklin, TN. Known for its affordable luxury and signature mood care treatments, Woodhouse offers guests more than 70 rejuvenating spa treatments in a peaceful, luxurious and relaxing environment. The new location will commemorate its grand opening week by offering swag bags and specials including 20 percent off gift cards and a gift with purchase. The specials will be open to the local Franklin community on May 17-19 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. and swag bags are offered on a first come, first serve basis. On May 19th from 6 to 9 pm, Woodhouse Franklin will host an invite-only grand opening celebration with a ribbon cutting, complimentary chic cocktails and tasty bites, live music and spa tours, VIP swag bags and boutique specials, plus more.

Nestled in the heart of Franklin, the new Woodhouse is located at 1175 Meridian Blvd. Suite 100 Franklin, TN, 37067. Woodhouse Spa Franklin offers 6,000 square feet of space including a VIP suite/locker room, an Infrared Sauna, a meditation room with virtual reality and sound therapy, a Halotherapy room, and more than 40 treatments to choose from including the first-in-market Syndeo HydraFacial, an innovative and nourishing treatment suited for all skin types. Additionally, locals can become members of the location’s VIP program which includes access to private VIP relaxation room, VIP locker room and premium champagne as well as unlimited complimentary access to the Infrared Sauna, VR Meditation and Halotherapy, and more.

“We’re excited to expand to the Nashville area along with other Charleston-based businesses like Halls Chophouse, Rodney Scott’s Barbeque and Oak Steakhouse. We’ve seen success with our Charleston locations and are eager to mirror that in our Franklin spa,” said Kimmy Powell, owner of Woodhouse Spa Franklin. “I have a passion for giving back to communities whether it be through providing high-quality and specialized experiences at Woodhouse or charitable initiatives. I’m looking forward to joining the Franklin community and giving back in any way I can.”

Woodhouse Spa Franklin is owned by multi-unit operator Kimmy Powell, who opened her first Woodhouse location eight years ago in Charleston, South Carolina. Her early experience with IBM and Lexis/Nexis helped shape her professional experience and business acumen, which has led to much success in luxury spa brand ownership. In 1991, Kimmy joined her husband and founded several companies in Construction and Commercial Real Estate. After relocating to Charleston in 2014, she began a career in hospitality and currently owns four Woodhouse Spas.

Guests can enjoy Woodhouse’s Mood Menu of spa treatments that were carefully crafted and curated to guide customers in discovering life’s more joyful moments. Each of Woodhouse’s spa services corresponds with one of the six key moods that make up the Mood Menu including Calm, Balanced, Resilient, Energized, Empowered and Balanced. Signature treatments range from Deep Tissue Transformation and Holistic Minktyi to Meditative Mood Soak, and more. All services use luxury body care and skincare products, such as Phytomer and Babor – Europe’s #1 skincare line and leader in G-Beauty exclusively at Woodhouse Spas. Guests can add Keravive Hair Treatment, CBD, Hypervolt Massage, Pure Lift Facial Elevation and Sculpting, Cupping, Reflexology, and more high-end treatments to any service to achieve their wellness goals.

All treatments begin with a plush robe and reflexology sandals to begin their journey, while gentle music, essential oils and soft lighting work in tandem to promote a sense of calm and relaxation.
Woodhouse is a part of Radiance Holdings.

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