Fitness-centric posters speckle the walls of the newly expanded Elite Fitness studio, aiming to motivate students through workouts during more than 35 fitness classes throughout the week. Reflected in the towering mirrors, seasoned instructors captain cardio, strength-training, and flexibility sessions, including an innovative Sh'Bam class, where they'll guide students through high-intensity dance moves to the tune of popular music. Otherwise, in a private cycling room, they'll lead indoor rides on advanced M3 bicycles, which, unlike real bikes, provide computerized feedback and don't try to buck the rider every 2 miles.
At the studio's juice bar, attendants dole out healthy postworkout fruit shakes that feature ingredients such as whey protein. Meanwhile, attendants look after youngsters in an onsite babysitting center.
At Rocky Hill Dental Care, Dr. Grace Lo uses her skill set to maintain smiles with expert preventive and cosmetic dental care. Dr. Grace?s general dentistry expertise resulted in the invention of Tooth Tissues, a 99% naturally disposable wipe for babies and toddlers. She promotes a preventative approach to oral health with a strong dedication to safety and continued education to learn the most current dental technology and practices. In addition to extending the life of precious chompers, the polyglot staff?with proficiency in English, Spanish, French, Bosnian, and Cantonese?easily accommodate any patient, family, or UN meeting.
Reiki master Maryann Lonergan didn't learn reiki as a hobby or a career. She took up the art of reiki in an effort to help ease her mother's progressive Alzheimer's disease. The holistic healing technique is designed to help bodies heal naturally from a range of ailments, including stress and chronic pain. In treatment rooms, Maryann places her hands over specific nodes in the body and attempts to balance personal energy and calm patrons with strategic touches.
At All Smiles Dental, Dr. Joseph Ciarcia strives to treat patients like family. Instead of ironing Dad’s shirts or driving the kids to piano lessons, he and his caring staff make dental visits as comfortable as possible. To build healthy smiles, Dr. Ciarcia crafts a treatment plan for each tooth, crown, and veneer. During preventive exams, he searches for cavities using digital x-rays, which help locate decay using up to 90% less radiation than a traditional x-ray or a make-out session with a flirty quasar. Cosmetic services range from Invisalign smile-straightening regimens to whitening treatments by Philips and Opalescence. Throughout each visit, staffers field patients’ questions and share tips on keeping choppers strong and shiny.
Reiki is an amalgam of two Japanese words––Rei- which means "the higher power" and -Ki, which means "life force energy." As a healing method, it has been in practice for thousands of years and is still a popular noninvasive alternative to prescription drugs and surgery. By placing hands above the body's energy meridians, reiki practitioners hope to decongest the energy flow and naturally stimulate the immune response. Clients can seek a reiki session to aid with simple stress relief or more debilitating ailments such as anxiety, headaches, or disco fever.
A Class A member of the PGA of America and the winner of more than 100 tournaments as a professional player, Paul N. Brown summons 35 years of experience to help students hone their golf skills at Pro Golf Academy. His teaching method focuses on developing hand-eye coordination, establishing fundamental swing mechanics, and living on a steady diet of arnold palmer drinks and fairway grass.
Half-hour private lessons begin with Paul evaluating his student's swing and physical condition, and then devising a custom lesson plan that may incorporate video instruction, training aids, and equipment recommendations. For group lessons, students are divided into beginner, intermediate, or advanced classes. Early instruction focuses on the basics of setup and etiquette, and later sessions take on the more advanced tactics, such as short-game approaches and how to make a four look like a two on the scorecard.