Fluid IV Lounge opening in Longmont's Terry Street Collective

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Fluid IV Lounge, a new intravenous hydration therapy provider, is opening this week at Longmont's Terry Street Collective.

The collective, launched this year by Noel Love and her fiance Scott Kaier, is home to a mix of massage therapy, psychotherapy, skin care and acupuncture practitioners.

"The trend of IV therapy seems to be really catching in a lot of places," Kaier said. Fluid IV Lounge "complements what we are already doing at the collective and we think it will be a good fit for Longmont — there seems to be a good amount of interest and curiosity about it."

The grand opening for Fluid IV Lounge is set for Saturday and walk-ins are welcome.

"We want to provide a more connected kind of wellness experience," Love told the Times-Call when the collective opened in May. " ... We want all the practitioners to embrace providing care that's personalized and customized."

While there are several spas in the city that offer forms of hydration therapy, Fluid IV Lounge will be Longmont's first business solely dedicated to the practice. Onus iV, a Denver-based chain of IV therapy facilities, opened last year in Boulder.

The Fluid IV Lounge space will have four chairs where nurses will administer hydration therapies. The process involves dripping a saline solution with a mixture of vitamins, minerals and nutrients directly into a client's vein.

The therapy can help alleviate hangover symptoms, boost the immune system during cold season, and help athletes recover from intense workouts, Kaier said.

"We are going to be treating people who are generally healthy but just want a boost," he said.

One of the main offerings will be a mixture of B vitamins, vitamin C, calcium and magnesium known as the Myers' Cocktail. The mixture was developed by Baltimore physician John Myers in the 1950s.

Prices for different treatments will vary, but clients should expect to pay about $150 per session.

Initially clients can only purchase sessions individually. But Kaier said within a few months, hydration therapy will be part of the collective's membership program.

That program will allow patients to purchase a monthly membership that gives them access to a host of the services provided by the collective's practitioners.