At What Are U Eating?, a trained nutritionist draws upon her wide knowledge of dietary theory and lifestyle coaching to help her clients reach optimal mental and physical health. The holistic-health counselor helps guests set and accomplish realistic goals through training sessions, email support, and easy recipes. She also hosts yoga and Zumba classes once a week and offers occasional health workshops, such as Healing Oils of the Bible.
Though the list of health professionals that gather at Care Center of South Jersey is extensive, their mission is singular: to help clients attain total wellness. Their means, however, various significantly. As no client is the same, they work together to come up with custom treatment plans that can include the work of chiropractors, physical therapists, massage therapists, naturopathic physicians, and acupuncturists to alleviate chronic pain or tend to injuries. Alternatively, exercise physiologists, athletic trainers, and nutritionists join forces to foster weight-loss goals or rehabilitate athletes during the off season.
Balance Health Center takes a holistic approach to wellness by offering chemical-free body treatments and classes that promote balance within the mind and body. The center's nontraditional healing approaches include acupuncture, Ayurveda, and traditional Chinese medicine, treatments that all aim to heal the body without unnatural substances.
Spa services encompass waxing and seven-step facials, and bodies can acquire a bronze glow with the center's version of sunless tanning that relies on an organic, citrus-scented solution rather than the sun's hand-me-down rays. Relaxation's role in personal balance asserts itself in assorted scalp massages, hot-stone therapy, and aromatherapy as well as in spa massages that integrate essential oils. Helping guests to bring the center's philosophies home, Balance Health Center hosts classes and workshops on herbology, stretching, and yoga.
Degrees in chemistry, holistic spirituality, and theology decorate massage therapist Jonathan Nidock’s walls, complementing his 20 years of experience while alluding to his dual commitment to therapeutic bodywork and spiritual nurturing.
Jonathan pairs this commitment with a thorough knowledge of anatomy and physiology to administer relaxing massages that call upon modalities such as myofascial release and neuromuscular therapy. Though each maintains a specific focus, Jonathan’s massages all work to stimulate blood and lymphatic circulation, dissipate tension, and curb chronic aches caused by wearing Kick Me signs made of concrete. Ideal for addressing uncertainties in the organs and nervous system, Jonathan’s holistic foot-reflexology treatments promote well-being through the application of thumb pressure to specific points on the feet, which are thought to correspond to various organs in the body.