Dorota’s Lifestyle Studio – HYPOXI: On The Move

Dorota’s Lifestyle Studio – HYPOXI: On The Move

Dorota Zelazny

New business name, new premises

Since opening her HYPOXI studio three years ago, Dorota Zelazny has won a loyal local clientele who swear by the body-shaping method – Dorota herself was inspired to launch her business after booking a HYPOXI programme and ‘seeing the amazing results.’

After much searching, last month Dorota re-located to an eight-times-larger premises on the High Road next to West London Auctions. ‘It’s perfect,’ she says. ‘I’ve got double the number of HYPOXI machines and there will be space for three comfortable treatment rooms – for Soprano Ice laser-hair removal, shockwave therapy and massage – and a professional nail bar.’

Suitable for all fitness levels and based on boosting blood flow in ‘problem’ body areas, HYPOXI is the ideal solution when intense exercise and strict dieting doesn’t shift fat or banish cellulite (it also helps with fluid retention, lipoedema and fibromyalgia). Dorota expects to have completed re-modelling the new studio before Christmas, by which time there will be one other very important change. That’s the name above the door: the business will be called Dorota’s Lifestyle Studio – HYPOXI.

Dorota’s Lifestyle Studio – HYPOXI
28 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick W4 1TE

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