iCRYO opening at Central Island Square
Cryotherapy company iCRYO is coming to Daniel Island this spring.
This is the first location iCRYO is opening in South Carolina and will be located at Central Island Square, 866 Island Park Drive.
Whole body cryotherapy is a non-invasive therapy that triggers the body’s natural fight or flight response to accelerate recovery and decrease inflammation throughout the body.
iCRYO also offers localized cryotherapy and cryotherapy facials, IV hydration, compression therapy, and infrared sauna, as well as Cryoskin body contouring services for body slimming and toning.
The Daniel Island location is owned by Stephen and Cindy Powers. The Powers recently relocated to Daniel Island from upstate New York where they both operated their own companies. Stephen owns a construction company, The Carpenters Hands, and Cindy owned Whole Fitness, a health and wellness center.
“Stephen and I both have a passion for helping others and to help them reach their full potential,” said Cindy Powers in a release. “When we found iCRYO and talked to their team, we were impressed with their vision and growth, and excited by how well it aligned with our passion and vision for what we wanted to do. We are so excited about bringing iCRYO to this incredible community.”
For more information, visit icryo.com.
Lee & Associates lease Clements Ferry Road property
Lee & Associates Charleston’s office advisors Pete Harper, Reid Davis, and Cameron Yost represented the landlord BCEC Unit 309, LLC, in the lease of its 4,253 square feet of office space at 2265 Clements Ferry Road, Suite 309, to 360Clean, Inc., a janitorial services company.
Berkeley County Animal Center receives $65,000 grant from petsmart
Berkeley County Animal Center received a $65,000 grant from PetSmart Charities to help prepare more shelter animals for adoption and find them forever homes. With the help of this grant, the animal center will be able to offer the public more adoptable animals and host more offsite events.
Specifically, the grant will assist with the cost of each animal’s spay/neuter surgery, vaccines and testing. Funds will also cover critical medical care for sick and injured animals that arrive at the shelter each day. As the county’s only animal shelter, Berkeley Animal
Center’s mission is to reduce the number of homeless cats and dogs across the region. Located in Moncks Corner, the shelter annually takes in more than 5,500 stray, abandoned, and lost animals.
Since 2017, the Berkeley County Animal Center has been committed to maintaining a fiscally responsible, healthy, safe and loving environment for rescued, abandoned, abused, or neglected animals of Berkeley County. It strives to place every adoptable animal in
a safe and loving home or rescue group.
For more information about adopting or fostering a pet, call 843-719-5050 or visit berkeleyanimalcenter.org.