May has not been a kind month for businesses.  Red Lobster abruptly closed over 50 restaurants in one day.  A well-known gymnastics gym in Minnesota announced that it is closing by the end of the month.  Now, news of another closing has surfaced.

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Another Rochester, Minnesota Business Has Announced It Is Closing

I know everyone isn't familiar with red light therapy, but this is one treatment that I used after a recent surgery.  I wish I could have avoided surgery entirely but my body was in so much pain, I had no choice.  Red light therapy is a natural way to help speed up the recovery process and I am so thankful for it...because the whole thing just sucked.  I did learn how to hop on one food really well during the whole thing though.  ;)

Unfortunately, one place in Rochester that provides red light therapy, as well as a few other services, just announced that it will be closing its doors.

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NXTGEN Cryotherapy & Spa Closing in Rochester, Minnesota

NXTGEN Cryotherapy & Spa, which opened back in November 2022 at 1710 37th Street NW in Rochester, just shared on its Facebook page that its doors would be closing soon.

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the closure of NXTGEN Cryotherapy & Spa at the end of this month. After serving the Rochester Community since November 2022, we have made the difficult decision to close our doors.

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The Rochester, Minnesota business informed the community of the final day and last chance deals that are available.

Our final day of operation will be May 31st and until then, we will continue to provide the exceptional service you have come to expect from us. We invite you to take advantage of our closing sale, where you can find great deals on our inventory.

 

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