Inside a renovated bank vault, stylists in training cut, color, and style the manes of their clients with Paul Mitchell products and techniques. In addition to foil color and highlights, the student stylists provide services such as chemical relaxers, deep-conditioning treatments, and perms.
Connecticut's Premier Health and Fitness Center. Maintain or improve your health and fitness at the Southport Racquet Club. We offer state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, including the chance to learn squash from our highly talented pros. If you are looking for more than just a gym, you have come to the right place.
Visitors never have to wait in line to workout at Cardio Express—each of the six clubs boasts a ton of Cybex strength-training machinery, an arsenal of free weights, and more than 80 pieces of cardio equipment affixed with personal 15-inch television screens. Compassionate instructors imbue gym visits with a human element as well, leading classes such as Core Fusion, Total Tone circuit training, and spinning sessions at the Southington, Vernon, and Manchester locations. Each year, the staff members carry the same motivational energy they use in their studios to recruit members and friends for the Multiple Sclerosis Bike Tour. Cardio Express has raised a grand total of nearly $400,000, and it also acts as title sponsor for the 2012 benefit.
A performance-dance school established in 2006, Velocity Dance Works educates students ranging from toddler through adult on the style of more than 20 different dances. The school's seasoned instructors maintain an energized, encouragement-packed environment that caters to both serious students looking to develop their technique as well as casual students in search of a new hobby that exercises both the body and the mind.
Armed with chrome dance poles, LadyCat instructors transform ordinary homes into bachelorette and birthday parties. As a DJ spins, so do the partiers, who are taught by pole professors to execute their own saucy routines. Party-package extras include special dance props, chilled bottles of champagne, and gifts for guests.
The enrollment limit at Average Joe’s 24/7 Get Fit Center is 300 people. That’s because 300 is the highest number of people to which the team of trainers can effectively attend to on a personal basis. This membership limit defines the trainers’ approach to fitness. Unsatisfied with the way many gyms simply “point to a machine and say ‘go,’” the exercise specialists customize training regimens and diets based on body-composition testing and diet analysis. Then, workers-out engage limbs, cores, and cardios with new machines, kettlebells, floor routines, and weighted bars. Between sets, members can sip filtered water or take in a game of Wii Fit on the facility’s large flat-screen TV.