A state-of-the-art members' gym and health club is preparing to open its doors in Marlow - with Olympic-grade equipment and a cryotherapy chamber to boot.

Lunar Health Clubs, a brand-new health and wellness brand, has invested millions of pounds in its first members' club on Pound Lane in Marlow and is set to open the cutting-edge facility - which will boast, among other things, Olympic-grade workout equipment - in just a few weeks.

Club Director Ricky Labib said the centre will establish Marlow as a "beacon of luxury wellness" after it opens this April, offering residents cutting-edge technology to boost their health including cryotherapy and red light therapy treatments. 

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Bio-stacking, NAD drips and Intermittent Hypoxia-Hyperoxia Treatment (IHHT), to promote cell generation, are among other features members can expect after shelling out upwards of £180 per month for pre-sale membership, with the cost increasing to £216 a month once the club opens.

Members will receive four complimentary personal training sessions after signing up, with programmes devised by trainer-to-the-stars Mark Anthony, and have access to personal nutrition advice and community gatherings including inspiring talks and sound baths.

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Fitness plans developed "in alignment with the moon's rhythm" will also include access to gym equipment used in the Olympic Village, an Infrared Sauna and the Lunar Lounge, a dedicated co-working space.

That's not all - keeping to its mission statement of luxury, Lunar Health Clubs will offer locally sourced food created by private chef Romuald Brunelle alongside organic juices and snacks from The Juice Smith.

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Mr Labib said: “Lunar Health Clubs go beyond traditional fitness by providing exceptional wellness facilities, relaxation spaces and luxurious communal co-working zones for a fully integrated approach to wellbeing inside and out.”

A pre-sale offer of £149 for the first month of membership is currently available, with a £200 sign-on fee when the club opens.