Bay of Plenty & Tauranga

Look Younger & More Defined With Shape Studio

Shape Studio

Our Story

Troublesome bulges that remained steadfast to the effects of diet and exercise was the driving force behind the establishment of Shape Studio.

A father-daughter duo, Mike Jansen and Jorgi Lee began a journey of discovery on how to combat these areas of tenacious tissue. Mike’s research began in the practical sense as he discovered the art of Cryolipolysis.

A well-documented treatment utilising controlled cooling techniques to trigger a process of apoptosis (cell death), followed by the absorption of the treated fat cells, which are then permanently removed from the body via the lymphatic system.

Mike raced from his office to the freezer and strapped a combination of ice packs and frozen peas to his abdomen in an attempt to yield some fat reduction results.

While the theory was there, the practice required a bit of fine-tuning… It was Mikes’s industrious efforts that inspired Jorgi to look deeper into the technique of Cryolipolysis, which lead them to purchase the world-renowned device for permanent fat reduction – CoolTech.

With a globally reported client satisfaction rate of 95%, CoolTech offers clients great results and the treatment is completely noninvasive with no downtime required.

Although having the CoolTech device was an exceptional selling point for new clients to Shape Studio, Jorgi wanted to offer a new treatments never seen before to Tauranga.

Introducing, the Ultraformer III and Robolex – world-leading technologies offering a surgical and Botox alternative for the face, and skin tightening, lifting and cellulite reduction for the body.

The results speak for themselves. Ultraformer III is a non-surgical, non-invasive treatment which stimulates the long-term production of new, stronger collagen; helping to lift and tighten sagging skin and smooth out wrinkles.

With the CoolTech offering permanent results and the Ultraformer III, long-lasting results – Shape Studio are excited to bring their new clinic to Bethlehem and Tauranga and offer the locals an opportunity to define their figures and rewind the clock on ageing.