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Sit and Spin Studio
The closure of one indoor cycling venture served as the impetus for a former customer, Madeline Fluty, to start her own with the Jan. 27 launch of Sit and Spin Studio LLC. Fluty and her husband, Michael, co-own the business, which occupies 1,500 square feet at 4728 S. Campbell Ave., Ste. 124. The studio offers daily spin classes led by a staff of eight, she said. It’s a first-time ownership venture for Fluty, who is also among the instructors at Sit and Spin and maintains her full-time job as spa manager at Botox & Co., a medical spa in Chesterfield Village. Startup costs for Sit and Spin were $70,000, she said, adding the couple signed a three-year lease for an undisclosed rate with Lakewood Property Management LLC. Individual classes are $20, monthly memberships with unlimited classes are $100, and a four-class pass is $60. Fluty said she formerly took classes at the Springfield franchise of CycleBar but decided to pursue Sit and Spin after the 3-year-old studio shuttered last year.
Phone: 417-522-3539

Bloom Well Family Wellness
Abigail Emery, owner and lone employee of Bloom Well Family Wellness, relocated her clinic Aug. 14 to 1339 E. Republic Road, Ste. D. She said relocation and renovation costs were around $20,000, adding she signed a three-year lease for the 2,400-square-foot office with landlord Roddy Hughes for an undisclosed rate. The clinic formerly operated at 3256 S. Fremont Ave. Emery specializes in prenatal and pediatric chiropractic care and offers an anti-inflammatory and nutrition program called Shape ReClaimed. Other services include craniosacral therapy, dry needling, cupping, gua sha and acupuncture. New patient exams with adjustments cost $95. Monthly memberships are $50 for an individual and $45 per person for families and include an additional 10% off any other service. Emery earned a Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2016 from Logan University and worked for Loehr Chiropractic and Acupuncture LLC before starting Bloom Well in 2022, according to LinkedIn.
Phone: 417-344-1544

Complete Care Clinic
A new health care option arrived in Republic with the Oct. 10 opening of Complete Care Clinic LLC at 1173 E. Hines St. The direct primary care clinic’s owner Steve McClanahan said the venture fills 3,500 square feet inside the building that houses Hines Street Pharmacy, which he also owns. McClanahan said he wanted to expand health care services in Republic and added startup costs were $20,000. Nurse practitioner Courtney Davenport leads the three-employee clinic’s staff, he said, adding Complete Care offers members same-day appointments with no copay, at-cost prescriptions and bloodwork. Membership prices range $85-$95 monthly for individual adults and $180 per month for couples. Services include physicals, vaccinations, lab testing, cancer screenings, chronic disease management, and women’s and reproductive health options. Additionally, the clinic offers weight loss programs, skin biopsies, IV infusions and platelet-rich plasma injections for joint pain.
Phone: 417-735-0055


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