Dozens of pieces of equipment fill Eclectic Personal Training where trainers, led by Peter Lombardi, coach clients in private and group sessions. The trainers guide students down the road to fitness like a drivers' ed. teacher guides students down the road to Eclectic Personal Training's parking lot. In addition to personal training, the instructors also run boot camps, and pair exercises with massage and supplements such as Warrior Blend raw protein, which may boost the immune system.
Jackie Morrison founded the Long Island Center for Yoga in 2003 to create a beacon within the community, one that would draw individuals seeking healing as well as spiritual and physical growth. To accommodate this range of interests, the schedule embraces a variety of yogic styles. Vinyasa and vigorous yoga classes build strength and endurance with dynamic asana sequences. Restorative yoga, on the other hand, incorporates deep, sustained stretches aided by supportive props. Yoga nidra, meanwhile, encourages introspection with time-honored meditation techniques.
Regardless of the style, self-discovery is a common theme at the studio. Unlike many practice spaces, Long Island Center for Yoga doesn’t hang any mirrors on its walls. This forces students to closely monitor their own form and technique, with instructors on hand to recommend modifications. The studio's Pilates, tai chi, and belly-dancing sessions similarly teach students to recognize the inherent connections between their minds, bodies, and untapped telekinetic abilities.