One of Melbourne’s top-tier business addresses, 101 Collins Street, will roll out a "full service holistic wellness centre" for its tenants, starting work this month with completion expected in October.
This year, the tower - which counts blue-blood firms like Herbert Smith Freehills, Allens Linklaters, Goldman Sachs and J.P Morgan among its tenants - will construct two wood and glass lined “wellness” studios alongside its deluxe end-of-trip facility. The studios will have sprung floors and heated ceiling panels designed by architects Gray Puksand to host yoga, pilates, barre, meditation and a range of cardio-workout classes. Alongside them will be three specialist consulting rooms offering services in physiotherapy, osteo-therapy, chiropractic and remedial massage
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