There’s a new home for wellness on the Front Range of Colorado, tucked into a neighborhood in Longmont and offering a variety of services to support every client’s health and well-being. The space is warm and inviting, and the perfect way to get a dose of wellness and some peaceful time unwind.
Terry Street Collective blends a variety of innovative techniques provided by a collective of practitioners, along with a focus on connecting with and building the local community.
Services include acupuncture, bioidentical hormone replacement, IV therapy, counseling and therapy, massage and more. Co-founder Dr. Noël Love is providing clients with unique health and wellness solutions, efficiently and effectively blending cutting edge Western techniques with the ancient practices of Eastern medicine.
In 2018, Dr. Love moved her practice to Longmont and helped found the Terry Street Collective to provide access to a group of complementary wellness practitioners all working under one roof.
To offer more wellness services to clients, Dr. Love and her husband Scott Kaier opened Fluid IV Lounge in the Terry Street Collective, giving Longmont its first IV therapy center. Dr. Love says she knew she was onto something that could really help her clients — and almost anyone else — feel great, including those suffering from fatigue, nutrient deficiencies, stress, dehydration and the common cold and flu. Dr Love offers a comprehensive vitamin and mineral testing, where she tests a patient’s blood for over 80 different markers and levels (including B12, D3, magnesium, antioxidants, and more), so she can customize supplement packages and treatments through Fluid IV Lounge.
“Since so many of us Coloradoans are Vitamin D3 deficient — this is backed up by nine years of blood testing by Dr Love,” shares Kaier. “Fluid IV Lounge is now offering a complete Vitamin D3 package, including baseline blood testing before, 6 Vitamin D3 injections, and blood testing after, all for $299.
Other benefits of IV therapy include general wellness, anti-aging, enhanced athletic performance and hangover recovery.
Dr. Love and the practitioners within Terry Street Collective are helping a wide range of clients with all sorts of non-emergency issues, ranging from general health and wellness to illness recovery, athletic performance and a variety of other ailments. Christa Caputa with Christa Caputa Acupuncture, for instance, has recently started offering classes on do-it-yourself cupping for athletes.
Check out Terry Street Collective at 610 Terry Street in Longmont and learn more at terrystreetcollective.com.
Photos courtesy of Terry Street Collective.
Originally published in the Winter + Spring 2020 issue.
Based in Vail, Colorado, Kim Fuller is co-owner + editor-in-chief of CO YOGA + Life Magazine. She is also a freelance writer, editor and photojournalist, as well as a yoga teacher, legacy ambassador for Lululemon Athletica Vail, and co-founder of In Your Element, a yoga and outdoor adventure company. When Kim is not diligently riting and editing in her mountain nook, teaching yoga around town or finding a new adventure, find Kim at a local cafe or craft brewery, where she enjoys the more indulgent side of inspiration. Read more at kimfullerink.com.