After entering motherhood and leaving a career in social work, Jana Walker discovered Zumba. She was soon hooked on the dance-party vibe of the classes and, in 2010, became an instructor. Since then, she has branched out to a variety of fitness classes, including Total Body Conditioning and Gospel Guts and Glutes.
Heather O'Neill is a renaissance woman. She started her career as a mathematician, and then developed a strong interest in fitness after becoming a mother. She made a complete career change, racking up certifications and innumerable hours of exercise experience, before becoming the owner of South Pointe Fitness Club. Today, Heather oversees a variety of fitness services ranging from personal training to group fitness classes such as yoga, kickboxing, cycling, Pilates, and just lying on your back and staring at the ceiling fan sessions.
Doctor of Chiropractic Martin S. Gildea operates under the position that the body is its own best doctor. Central to the self-healing properties of the body is the spinal cord, which often gets impinged by slipped disks or aggressive puppeteers. Dr. Gildea administers adjustments and other noninvasive techniques to ease individual columns of the spine back into place, taking pressure off pinched nerves and allowing the brain and body to resume smooth communication.
Featuring vibrant plants, two fireplaces, and calming white walls, Yoga at Simply Well feels as much like a home as it does a studio. Founded by Carlisle native Michele Landis, the program prides itself in offering yoga classes for all skill levels, taught by certified instructors. These leaders cultivate a comfortable environment in which students can push their bodies to gain greater flexibility, strength, calmer minds, and the ability to hear police radios. The schedule includes classes that range from 50 to 90 minutes and includes beginner, moderate, and hot-yoga sessions in addition to Pilates courses.
Lisa Stets attended her first yoga class in 1997, immediately falling in love with the practice’s capability for cultivating physical and mental wellbeing. After honing her skills as a student for more than a decade, Stets decided to step into the role of teacher, founding a studio that hosts classes for students of virtually any skill or fitness level. She and her team emphasize the seamlessly flowing sequences of the Vinyasa style in her lineup of yoga courses, which range from the slower-paced Easy yoga sessions that rely on deep stretches to the intense Power Vinyasa classes that are performed in 95-degree heat.
Dillsburg Dental Care's Dr. Wiggin, who boasts membership in the American Dental Association and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, spreads his expertise across both preventative and aesthetic smile services. The office’s cosmetic services include tooth replacement, whitening, and LED installation, and general and preventative procedures bolster the health of gums and longevity of teeth. The facility also employs needle-free conscious sedation techniques, which allow skittish clients to remain as comfortable as a dietitian in front of a crudité tray.