History

Founded in 2004, Rejuv began in a single cozy room in the loft of the Amy Burnett Art Gallery in downtown Bremerton. The revitalization efforts were just beginning and Rejuv’s owner, Julie Poston, was excited to be a part of it.

Through massage, Julie found a passion for business and wanted to create a unique environment where people could receive massage therapy and skin care treatments from a variety of skilled practitioners during hours that catered to guests’ busy schedules. "Commuters would call requesting appointments at 5:30pm and 7:00pm during the first few years in business, recalls Poston. "Not many places were offering appointments outside the 9-5 business hours. I knew it was crucial to be open when our guests were available."

Quickly outgrowing the loft in the gallery, Rejuv opened a 2-room storefront on Harkins Avenue just across the Manette Bridge. Two years and five amazing employees later, Rejuv needed more room and opened a 4-room location on E. 11th Street. Here we are, 11 years later, on Scott Avenue in Manette with 12 talented employees, a spacious 6-treatment room spa, and so many wonderful guests and friends. 

What does the future hold?

  • Growing our Rejuv team so we are more accessible to the needs of our community.
  • Forming partnerships with new and established businesses.
  • Continuing to offer our guests a unique and memorable experience.