Dr. Ayesha Qureshi employs certification in Active Release Techniques and a holistic, full-body approach to inspect and remedy aching physiques. The 45- to 60-minute treatment package kicks off with a thorough discussion about the patient’s corporeal concerns and medical history, including former muscle injuries or careers as human cannonballs. Next, Dr. Qureshi scrutinizes spines and examines aches, and if necessary, employs x-ray vision to further examine bone positioning. Patients in need of bodily rehabilitation can indulge in individually tailored exercises that target an entire throbbing region rather than a localized point. Customized workouts aim to rehabilitate injuries by fostering bonds between muscles and ligaments that are stronger than that between Santa and the ninth reindeer, who doesn't have to pull the sleigh.
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On the day when Everyday Yoga opened in 2010, the yogis behind the project prepared a pot of tea to warmly welcome in new practitioners. Their goal was to make yoga accessible to their community, regardless of financial restraints. Though the gentle aromas of that first pot of tea have long since faded, the instructors still uphold their community-minded mission, helping students to apply yogic philosophy to their lives, on and off the mat. They continue to serve up pots of hot tea daily to welcome students to their studio.
Amid EveryDay Yoga’s warm adobe walls and delicate pendant lamps, students of all ages and abilities flow through Vinyasa, Ashtanga, and restorative Yin series that range from slow and gentle to vigorous. The instructors strive to make the atmosphere as welcoming as possible so that guests can confidently reach for their toes, reach for their neighbors' toes, and practice resonant breath—which they’ve cheekily dubbed "Darth Vadar breath."
After turning around his own well-being with a series of personal training sessions, Keith Mann felt that the benefits of his healthier lifestyle were too good not to share with others and became a personal trainer himself. At his private gym, Intense Personal Training, Keith works alongside fellow trainer Asa Grad, introducing trainees to the same cardio and weight equipment that they themselves use to stay in peak condition.
Kids and adults alike come to Martial Arts Unlimited with the intention of learning self-defense maneuvers, building self-esteem, and becoming physically fit. Classes range from Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Taw Kwon Do to yoga and Kettlebell conditioning. The instructors also offer private lessons so clients can receive one-on-one attention to techniques such as yoga warrior poses and shake legs during the Hokey Pokey.
Dr. Jeff Allyn has been a practicing chiropractic physician for more than two decades. In 1994, he opened the doors to his own practice at Berkley Chiropractic Clinic. Here, Dr. Allyn and his staff manage issues with muscles and bones in an honest, ethical fashion, zeroing in on each individual's unique needs. The process typically starts with a free consultation, which enables Dr. Allyn to pinpoint problem areas and determine whether or not a patient is actually just two pranksters stacked on each other's shoulders. From there, the doc and his staff decide if chiropractic manipulative care is an option, and if other forms of therapy, such as massage, could also be helpful.