King Holder Selected as 1 of 29 Master Flexologists for the StretchLab Franchise
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The professionalism, commitment, and innovation of King Holder have not gone unnoticed, as he has been declared Master Flexologist for the StretchLab franchise. He has been a top therapist for the company since 2017 and has now been selected as one of 29 Master Flexologists in the United States.
StretchLab is a novel wellness concept that provides customized assisted-stretch sessions. King has been with StretchLab for approximately five years, making him one of the most tenured employees in the company’s history. King has been working tirelessly as a Flexologist turned General Manager of StretchLab Beverly since he narrowly missed being selected for the US national rugby team camps in 2017.
Under his leadership and ingenuity, StretchLab Beverly has grown to become the number one stretching studio in the nation. Holder says, “I love this company. I’ve learned so much during my time at StretchLab, and I look forward to helping Flexologists around the country (and hopefully the world) continue changing the lives of our clients. I’m very grateful.”
The Master Flexologist will now be concentrating heavily on updating the online continuing education materials for more than 200 locations and over 3,000 Flexologists, as well as leading practical training sessions across the western US. The company claims that the continuing education materials will be invaluable in assisting Flexologists all over the globe in improving their knowledge, skills, and readiness.
StretchLab is a health and wellness company founded in 2015. They provide one-on-one assisted stretching services in the United States. A global leader in 1-on-1 assisted stretching, StretchLab is a young but rapidly expanding brand that believes no two bodies are the same. StretchLab is one of the best at helping people with tired, knotted muscles improve flexibility, relieve pain, and correct body imbalances.
Flexologists at StretchLab are highly trained, having completed more than 100 hours of intensive training, learning theory, and gaining hands-on experience. They assist people of all shapes and sizes by employing a variety of techniques and tailoring one-on-one sessions to their requirements. StretchLab, which currently operates 200 locations, plans to expand its reach by opening studios in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and Mexico.
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