Concept from Professional Athletes & Brother-duo, Brandon & Bradley Chubb, Will Offer a Suite of Unique Recovery Amenities including Saunas, Steam Rooms, & More
Ponce City Market announces Do Not Disturb, a new restorative studio centered around the community and offering the most advanced techniques in wellness, will open spring 2024. Developed by professional athletes and brothers Brandon and Bradley Chubb, the unique concept will make elevated recovery accessible with a suite of wellness offerings including saunas and steam rooms,, massage and chiropractor bookings, and more, allowing members to recharge, recover, and restore in a tranquil oasis. Guests will be able to reserve one-hour time blocks where they can utilize the state-of-the-art facilities based on their personal needs, or they can join with a membership for unlimited access to the broad range of benefits offered by the new studio, along with membership discounts to use at other partner businesses.
A respite from the noise of daily life, Do Not Disturb will be a place for members to recharge, both physically and mentally, whether healing their muscles and joints through the private rooms encompassing saunas, steam rooms, and cold plunge or simply getting a massage or resting in the relaxation room. The 2,370-square-foot space is being specially designed to immerse guests into a silent and peaceful space where they can reflect, rejuvenate, and ground themselves. Do Not Disturb is founded on the principle that properly restoring the mind and body is essential to reaching one’s greatest potential, no matter an individual’s goals. While the benefits can be felt immediately after a visit, the studio is not intended to be a quick fix, but rather, an indelible solution to building a wellness routine that promotes longevity and good health.
“As a professional athlete, you’re supported by a world of high-end therapies, which accelerate and enhance recovery,“ says Do Not Disturb Founder Brandon Chubb. “My experience as an athlete and now as a busy working professional has inspired me to create this business that makes this level of recovery accessible and feasible for everyone. We’re so excited to welcome the Atlanta community into our studio.”
Marietta natives and lifelong athletes, Brandon and Bradley have played football at the collegiate and professional levels. Brandon played football and studied economics at Wake Forest University, and after graduation, he joined the LA Rams. Bradley attended NC State. In 2018, he was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the first round, and he currently plays for the Miami Dolphins.
However, after hanging up his cleats in 2019 and then going to work for the NFL Players Association and pursuing a MBA at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, Brandon noticed a void in his life. He no longer had access to all the advanced restorative therapies provided by professionals and technologies in the cutting-edge locker rooms, despite these services benefitting the body. Reeling from the mental and emotional burdens of the pandemic, consumers are now rethinking wellness as simply feeling good and making it more of a priority. Do Not Disturb was born from this idea as the solution, breaking the barrier between people and access to these innovative rejuvenation techniques, which provide a wealth of benefits mentally and physically. As the name explicitly states, the studio wants guests to simply put their bodies on ‘Do Not Disturb’ for the duration of their visits.
Developed by real estate investment and management firm Jamestown, Ponce City Market is a historic, mixed-use community hub featuring local and world-class food and retail, residential lofts and office space. With ample public green space and a pedestrian network directly linked to the Atlanta BeltLine corridor, Ponce City Market is a landmark in Atlanta’s skyline and an iconic destination for visitors and neighbors alike. At its core is a buzzing indoor/outdoor Central Food Hall featuring restaurants and food stalls, from emerging local food concepts to James Beard award-winning and -nominated chefs. The community hub’s diverse retail offerings include a mix of national brands like Anthropologie, West Elm, Williams Sonoma and J. Crew as well as local Atlanta-based shops like Modern Mystic, The Village Retail, Rhen’s Nest Toy Shop and more. When construction on the next phase of development is complete, Ponce City Market will include five buildings offering more than 700,000 square feet of office space, 350,000 square feet of retail space, and over 800 residential and hospitality living units. For more information, please visit www.poncecitymarket.com; www.next.poncecitymarket.com.
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