Stretch Zone to Open July 9 in Cabin John

Stretch Zone, the nation’s first and largest practitioner-assisted stretching company, will be opening its newest location at 7901 Tuckerman Lane in Cabin John Center this Saturday, July 9. Stretch Zone opened its first MoCo location at 251 Kentlands Blvd in Gaithersburg back in February.

About: Stretch Zone is practitioner assisted stretching which gradually increases a client’s range of motion.  The best part about Stretch Zone is that it applies to everyone.  Young athletes through older clientele who want to remain active can all benefit from stretching, and of course everyone in between as well.  Our sedentary lifestyles lead to muscle tension and we all need to flex muscles in order to keep our body tones and our posture correct so that we can continue to move throughout our lives.  Stretch Zone is a key component to helping all of us live a healthier lifestyle.

The company, founded in 2004 by entrepreneur Jorden Gold, is the largest franchisor for practitioner-assisted stretching in the United States. Since its founding, Stretch Zone has opened more than 150 locations and has established a partnership with NFL legend Drew Brees, who is a multi-unit franchisee with the company.

“Stretch Zone’s swift expansion is driven by consumer demand for high quality and effective health and wellness initiatives that support aging, mobility and performance,” says founder Jorden Gold. “In 2021 alone, the company expanded into 10 states, and we have an abundance of studio openings in key and unique markets planned for this year in an effort to continue growing our brand’s footprint nationwide and beyond.”

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