In Bloom health spa

Owner Tanya Lawson celebrated the opening of her business with a ribbon cutting Friday, alongside clinic assistants, family, area business owners, Greater Derry Londonderry Chamber of Commerce President Ashley Haseltine and state Sen. Sharon Carson. 

LONDONDERRY — A wellness center and medi-spa called InBloom Health celebrated the opening of its new location in Londonderry on Friday.

In Bloom health spa

One of the services provided by InBloom is called CoolSculpting, which reduces body fat by freezing fat cells using non-invasive equipment.

Owner Dr. Tanya Lawson of Windham said she consolidated two previous clinics located in Bedford and Windham to the new central location at 25 Buttrick Road, which opened in February.

She said the renovations of the roughly 2,000-square-foot space cost her about $500,000, a combination of personal funds and financing through equipment vendors.

The clinic provides “aesthetic medicine” treatments such as Botox, CoolSculpting, laser skin treatments and injectables. The low-volume practice employs a main assistant and a nurse practitioner, Lawson said.

“This is a personalized medical clinic, inside and out,” she said. “This is sort of the opposite of the corporate health experience.”

Lawson said she signed a five-year lease with an option to expand, though she said she wouldn’t want to expand too much.

So far, she said the clinic has been popular, with patients coming from as far as Maine and Massachusetts.

“Our phone has not stopped ringing,” Lawson said.

Lawson has been practicing as a naturopathic doctor for 14 years and is the only naturopathic doctor licensed in Londonderry, according to a news release.

A Canadian native, she said she moved to the United States about 5½ years ago. Lawson previously had a clinic in Canada, but that one accommodated multiple types of professionals.

“This really is my vision of how I want to practice,” Lawson said.

She said the clinic is for people who want to feel good and look good. The interior design is themed like a French confection with whites, pastel pinks, and sparkly chandeliers.

During a ribbon-cutting ceremony, state Sen. Sharon Carson read a resolution from the state senate congratulating the business on opening and offering it best wishes for success.