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With machines set up in rows to encourage competition, many ordinary gyms cater to men's bodies and psychology, right down to the urinals that were "accidentally" installed in the women's locker room. At Curves, you'll move around a circuit of hydraulic resistance machines that have been designed to work with women's bodies and promote weight loss, protect against osteoporosis, and deal with arthritis. An experienced trainer is always nearby to help manage your machine maneuvering and your muscle making. Instead of fiddling with weight stacks and losing your momentum, the hydraulic machines use your body weight and fitness level to create resistance that matches your abilities, decreasing the risk of soreness or injury. Because traditional lift-and-lower motions create bulky muscles, each machine uses push-and-pull motions to create toned, lean muscles perfect for crushing a grapefruit without looking like you can.
1511 Main St
Dunedin,
FL
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Up to six family members are covered by the membership, and each person can save as much as $30 on fine-art classes, attend gallery openings for free, exhibit their own art in an annual members' show, and receive a permit to use the word "mimesis." Each trip to the center is potentially different, as the exhibitions rotate constantly. The current exhibition, Wondrous, runs through December 23, and showcases an assortment of handcrafted bobbles and an immersive holiday setting. After perusing artful works, bust out the $10 certificate and head to the café for consumable masterpieces, or visit the gift shop to pick up a keepsake to commemorate the visit.
1143 Michigan Blvd
Dunedin,
FL
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Classes at Sublime Yoga & Wellness encourage all practitioners to calm their minds while challenging their bodies. The studio's six class styles include beginner to advanced options, but each is tailored to meet the student's individual needs. Held at different times seven days a week, the classes enable students to immerse themselves in practices such as gentle vinyasa flow, warming daily flow, and vigorous ashatanga-inspired flow, which coordinates breathing with energetic postures. In its own way, each method has the potential to reduce physical pain and render practitioners more flexible, from their legs to their newly-swiveling necks. The studio also boasts an onsite spa, Infinite Skin & Body Work, where therapists perform services ranging from deep-tissue massage to customized facials.
919 Broadway
Dunedin,
FL
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Using the experiences gained during years as a professional racecar driver and builder, Competition 101 Racing School founder Stuart Lycett trains the next generation of podium finishers during one-on-one racing lessons. Whether behind the wheel of stock cars, Trans Am T2 sports cars, sprint cars, or open-wheel cars, pupils soak in on-track experience on dirt tracks, short ovals, speedways, or road circuits while radios and on-board video cameras record every turn for scrutiny during future feedback sessions. In addition to their introductory class, instructors also offer one-, two-, and three-day school programs. After the three-day program, studious speedsters may complete their training by competing in a sanctioned race event in front of paying spectators and a real checkered flag. Stuart and his crew also welcome interns willing to work for six months in exchange for a free three-day racing school program.
4550 Ulmerton Rd.
Clearwater,
FL
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The Morton Plant Mease Foundation has grown into a philanthropic institution that inspires people and physicians to improve their community’s health. It provides financial support to Morton Plant Mease’s nonprofit hospitals, promoting an integrated and community-focused healthcare system across the greater Clearwater district. The foundation's members strive to educate the public with health-conscious events, classes, and support groups that keep citizens healthy and involved.
455 Pinellas St
Clearwater,
FL
US
Prior to opening a yoga studio, Aaron Ledesma had spent over a decade as a professional baseball player—playing for teams including the Mets and the Tampa Bay Rays. This grueling career resulted in a back injury, and it was while recovering from surgery that Aaron first encountered yoga. Impressed with the healing benefits, he made the decision to retire from baseball and take a hot yoga training course instead. At Yoga 365, Aaron is joined by his wife Karen, who combines her background in psychology with classic yoga techniques to cultivate a deep mind-body connection. The duo—along with a roster of talented instructors—lead 60- to 90-minute classes from the early morning to the late evening inside an airy, modern studio. During classes, the rooms are heated up to 105 degrees to help detoxify the body and loosen muscles for deeper stretches. Should clients like to unwind or untangle, they can step inside a private treatment room for a soothing massage or chakra balancing. The gender-specific locker rooms have showers for post-class primping, along with amenities including shampoo, conditioner, and hair dryers. Yoga 365 also offers nutritional counseling and muscle response testing.
2416 Gulf To Bay Blvd
Clearwater,
FL
US
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