Hot mixed-use hub Montrose Collective recently unveiled three new wellness concepts adding to their already jam-packed roster of top-notch restaurants and retailers. The walkable development is nestled in the heart of the storied Montrose neighborhood and has been a local favorite since it opened in 2021.
Skin Laundry, The Studio BE and Sisu Clinic officially opened their doors earlier this month. Sisu Clinic is a doctor-led aesthetic medicine destination offering a comprehensive range of beauty treatments, including Botox, dermal fillers, and more. Founded in 2018 by medical co-founders Dr. James Cotter and Dr. Brian Cotter and serial tech entrepreneur Pat Phelan, Sisu’s mission is to empower patients to overcome their physical insecurities and live their best lives. The core tenants of the business are empathy, integrity, innovation, and timelessness. With locations in Miami and New York, the opening of their clinic in Houston is the brand’s first foray into the Texas market.
“We are excited to have these premier wellness tenants call Montrose Collective home,” said Barton Kelly, Principal at Radom Collective. “The mission of these two tenants – empowering individuals to be the best they can be and be present – perfectly aligns with the mission of Montrose Collective. Together, we encourage individuality, inclusivity, and community.”
The Studio BE already has a large Houston following at its Heights location and is excited to expand its presence in Montrose. The boutique fitness studio offers yoga and Pilates classes — including mat, aerial, prenatal, and strength-training formats. One of BE’s priorities is offering small in-person classes, allowing their highly trained instructors to focus and give personal attention to class participants. Beyond the traditional classes, The Studio BE encourages participation by offering virtual streaming or on-demand classes to all levels of experience and hosts wellness retreats and yoga teacher training throughout the year.
Skin Laundry, the California-based aesthetics brand, has more than 30 locations spread across the U.S. and chose Montrose Collective for its first Texas outpost. Known for using advanced technology and utilizing medical-grade lasers to rejuvenate skin cells, boost collagen production and improve clarity for transformative results, Skin Laundry customizes their services to each client’s personal skincare needs. Skin Laundry offers a membership-based business model, offering three membership tiers for $150-$350 that provide various perks and services.
“Montrose Collective is now an integral piece to the fabric of the community with highly acclaimed restaurant concepts, unique brands and wellness experts,” noted Kelly. “In Montrose’s ever-evolving landscape, Montrose Collective will continue to stay relevant with the introduction of new tenants and one-of-a-kind events.”
To celebrate its newest tenants, Montrose Collective is hosting a Day of Wellness on Saturday, March 25, from 10 am to 1 pm. The outdoor event will feature a variety of local, health-focused vendors, a brown bag decorating contest benefiting Kid’s Meals, and a mimosa bar at Sisu Clinic. Guests can also register to attend a cardio dance class led by Erin Stewart of Savor + Sweat – all proceeds will be donated to Kid’s Meals.
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