Saint Haven Debuts New Clubs, Eyes Global Expansion

Saint Haven

Saint Haven is scaling up.

What’s happening: Following the success of its flagship Collingwood location, the Australian social wellness club is adding Melbourne sites in suburbs South Yarra and Toorak.

Already sold out, Toorak is an invite-only “Black Label” club, combining luxe amenities and ultra-exclusive services.

Staking its territory. After spending $20M on the two new additions, Saint Haven owner Gurner Group is eyeing Sydney en route to 10–12 national clubs by Q4 2025, before expanding internationally.

High-end health. Prescribed personalised programmes by licensed practitioners, members receive fitness, recovery, anti-aging and nutrition services – from strength training and breathwork to SAVA sound pods, hyperbaric oxygen and IV drips.

Tech-driven, Saint Haven also combines bloodwork and DNA testing with Oura data to monitor metrics.

Of note, a study tracking founding members showed its programmes reduced their resting heart rate by eight bpm while adding 25 minutes more sleep each night.


Deluxe wellness is finding footholds worldwide as consumers pay up for preventative health.

  • “Six-star” social wellness newcomer REKOOP opens in Singapore in June.
  • Sweden’s full-body scanning clinic Neko is prepping its London launch.
  • Clinique La Prairie is planning 50 global health & longevity destinations, including a resort in Thailand in 2025.

Takeaway: With the wellness market set  to reach $8.5T by 2027, clubs delivering health outcomes, social experiences and exclusive perks will attract the biggest spenders.

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