Lisa Babiuk spent 20 years getting clients into shape before discovering yoga held the complete package for her. In addition to healthily strengthening the body and increasing flexibility, she uses yoga because it’s fun. When speaking of exercise, she says, “We need it for our soul, too. If it isn’t fun, you won’t go back.”
She and her staff impart their light-hearted yet dedicated approach to yoga in classes seven days a week. They teach in dual studios under one roof, with one studio specifically engineered to host hot yoga classes.
Doctor Ely Hasany and doctor Nima Aleagha rely on a range of x-rays, high-tech tools for surgery, and other equipment. But the husband and wife can also fall back on the decades of experience they between them. That's what informs their treatments, which range from basic preventative care to involved cosmetic and surgical treatments.
Aesthetician Kimberly Cizek expertly slathers Cirepil hard wax onto skin for a quick eviction of hair on faces, torsos, and limbs. When she is not busy waxing off unwanted fuzz from clients’ bodies, she spreads her knowledge of proper waxing techniques to other aestheticians and novice candlemakers.
Dr. Amanda Rosaasen of Moorpark Family Medicine targets fine lines and wrinkles with muscle-relaxing Botox injections. Delivered by skinny microneedles, Botox works to smooth skin on foreheads and necks without performing a headstand atop a bowling-ball spinner. Full results usually appear several days after the 5- to 10-minute treatment and may last for up to four months.