Woodhouse Spa opens again in Franklin | Business

Andrew M. Santos

Woodhouse Spa opened the doors to its new facility in Franklin Tuesday, marking the first location in Tennessee for owner Kim Powell and her team. 

The ribbon-cutting event was held in conjunction with Williamson, Inc. 

It’s the second time Woodhouse Spa has opened a location at the Meridian Cool Springs development. The former Woodhouse Day Spa there was rebranded as LexenHaus Day Spa in 2019, but it closed due to complications from the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.

Woodhouse Spa plans to employ 50 team members at the new location at 1175 Meridian Blvd. 

The spa offers massage, facials, hydra-facial, microderm, dermaflash, body and tub treatments, halotherapy, VR meditation and an infrared sauna, with VIP membership and packages available.

Powell also owns two locations in South Carolina with plans to open another in Savannah, Georgia. 

“We are eager to build relationships with the local community, and we welcome those looking to expand their careers in luxury hospitality, massage therapy and esthetics,” she said. 

Woodhouse Spa is the first business in the country to own and operate the brand-new HydraFacial Syndeo, and the Franklin location is the premiere spot for advanced facials. 

Powell looks forward to partnering with local charitable organizations and giving back to the community through fundraising efforts. 

Visit www.woodhousespas.com to learn more or call 615-515-9565 to schedule an appointment. 

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