Koko FitClub Oro Valley exercise programs were designed by fitness pros Rob Parr, Kathy Kaehler, and Michael Wood, who together boast a portfolio of high-profile clients including Madonna, Hugh Jackman, and numerous professional athletes. The trio's digitally empowered program pushes personalization at all levels, from tailored routines to individualized results and goals. To accommodate trainees, each gym houses hybrid exercise machines built for both cardio and strength training, eliminating the need to either change machines or bench-press friends in between reps. To begin, guests insert Koko keys into machines, which then display personalized routines broken down in a comprehensive manner. Throughout the workout, the system monitors technique, pace, and overall progress, which clients can later review on a private web page.
Started by dynamic mother-daughter duo Layna and Lorraine Genewick, L Spa Therapeutic Massage and Skincare has grown to a staff of six experienced spa experts. These pros tailor skincare services to different skin types, detoxify bodies with wraps, and harness the exfoliating power of advanced microdermabrasion technology. L Spa's team of massage therapists kneads backs during therapeutic bodywork treatments. The light strokes of a Swedish massage promote relaxation, and deep-tissue sessions hone in on specific muscle groups in order to relieve pain from old sports injuries or particularly intense debate-club tournaments.
At Naturopathic Medicine of Southern Arizona, naturopathic doctor Garrett Smith strives to allay patient maladies and fill noggins with knowledge about illnesses and know-how about treatments. A wide range of services, from weight management and nutrition education to laboratory analysis and low-intensity laser therapy, bolster patient health. The doctor also provides nutrition mediation between children and green beans, and treats chronic diseases or gastrointestinal issues.
From California to Tokyo, from Boston to Chicago, Dr. Noah Abrahams has spent his life seizing the opportunities that travel brings. But for his patients at Applied Physical Medicine, PLLC, his most relevant experiences probably include the time he spent earning a doctorate of physical therapy at A.T. Still University. Combined with his lifelong love of sports—including a college basketball career—Dr. Abrahams' expertise forms a solid foundation for his athletic training and physical rehabilitation services. From manual therapy to rejuvenate athletes' muscles, to a fitness boot camp designed specifically to fight back pain, the doctor keeps bodies in tip-top shape.
As the Roxy behind Roxy Skin Care, Roxanne Rodriguez boasts more experience than the average aesthetician. Though she began her career working alongside physicians in med spas, she also spent nine years learning the ropes in the medical field, honing her clinical experience and determining whether or not ER was true to life. Today, Roxanne applies the knowledge she amassed to beautify skin with services including facials and chemical peels. Her freshly unveiled lactic acid resurfacer peel is one of her most powerful treatments, keeping hyperpigmentation and wrinkles at bay with the help of targeted microdermabrasion.
When Vera Shury made the switch from business executive to fitness trainer, it didn't take long for her to find her niche: an overlooked population of Parkinson's disease patients. At Liberty Science, Vera sheds some light on both physical and mental rehabilitation for victims of Parkinson's or strokes. By coaching one on one and speaking publicly on the subjects, she not only relays ways to bounce back through exercise and nutrition, but also how to circumvent health emergencies.