Restore Wellness In Your Life At The Restore Wellness Spa, Williston

Restore Wellness Spa, Williston, ND, is the ultimate destination for relaxation and rejuvenation! The spa, which has been open since Dec. 12, 2020, has nine treatment rooms including two red light wellness cocoons and three float pods. Additionally, they have a waiting room, a R&R lounge, and a vanity room. In addition to their wellness cocoons and float pods, their services include Swedish, deep tissue, pregnancy and medical massage in 60, 90, and 120 minute sessions. Body wrap treatments are available as well as dry brush exfoliation, and 60 minute massage facials using natural ingredients such as avocado, lemon and papaya. Every massage is customized based on what each client needs.

"Williston didn't have a wellness spa and I wanted to give clients a mind and body reset. I wanted men to be able to come in and feel comfortable and both men and women to be able to relax while they're here," said owner and Medical Massage Therapist Chrystal McNary. "I also knew that my mom could benefit from the services we offer and I wanted to help her. I want to have her here as long as possible. We have the ability to heal ourselves with rest and relaxation, we just don't shut down long enough to allow that to happen."

The red-light wellness cocoons are near and far, dry heat infrared heat therapy. This is great for deep core pain relief, especially for those that struggle with chronic pain, arthritis, asthmatics, or anyone who's had a stroke or has circulatory issues.

"Clients lay on a bed that massages them with their head out of the cocoon so they are breathing cool air," McNary explained. "The red-light wellness cocoons are great for those who can't exercise because it can raise their heart rate without putting strain on their heart."

The float pods are another awesome option that McNary describes as 'a beast of a machine'. This zero-gravity environment is achieved with 1,000 lbs. of Epsom salt to 10" of water and is great for pregnant women, those with muscle issues, bulging discs and so much more. The float pods following a massage will help rid your body of lactic acid and detox, and just an hour in a float pod is the equivalent of 3-4 hours of sleep!

Showers, complimentary refreshments along with luxury robes and slippers are provided. Before leaving, clients can stop into the Vanity Room which is set up as an area for people to get ready for the rest of their day and everything except make-up and curling irons are provided.

"I wanted people to be able to step away and relax and then be able to reset themselves and go back to their day," McNary said.

The spa also offers gift certificates, Body Bundles which include two services in addition to a massage, Wellness Packages, which bundle a massage, and one additional service, and memberships. Check out their memberships to get a great deal on much needed regular wellness treatments at a great price!

The Restore Wellness Spa was built from the ground up over the course of two years by McNary, her husband, and family.

"I love what I do and I have a lot of people to be thankful for including my husband, mom, step-dad and uncle. I also want to say that Restore Wellness Spa doesn't function without our administration and staff. If we didn't function as a team, we wouldn't exist," she added.

McNary currently has massage therapist Hannah as part of her team and is training two new therapists, Tessa Wold and Kasnedra Montz.

The business is currently in their second phase; stage three will be whole health collaborative care and bring a nurse practitioner on board.

The Restore Wellness Spa is located at 313 Main St. Suite 1, Williston, and they are open Tuesday-Friday from 9 a.m.-8 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. For more information, visit them online at, or on their Restore Wellness Spa Facebook page. To schedule an appointment, call 701.609.5048.

"This area has some of the hardest working people; people who are doing hard physical labor and working out in extreme heat and cold. I want to take the weight of the world off their shoulders when they come in," McNary concluded.


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