Within its 55,000-square foot facility, Life Center boasts the amenities that many health clubs offer—indoor and outdoor tracks, a 25-meter indoor pool, cardio and strength training equipment, and a cadre of personal trainers. It's association with the Greenville Hospital System, however, allows Life Center to offer more support for overall healthy living and medically-based assistance than any typical club. Health education classes equip attendees with practical skills, such as stress management or healthy cooking, and certified massage therapists perform both medical and therapeutic massage modalities, including fibromyalgia therapy, hot stone therapy, and acupressure. Nutritional counseling programs help clients work toward a healthier diet and address specific nutritional needs.
Within a 2,500-square foot aerobics studio, instructors lead group fitness classes including Cardio Pump stepping with light weights and Turbo Kick, a kickboxing-based workout that builds in intensity as weeks progress. There are separate yoga and group cycling studios, and after a swimming or arthritis aquatics class, members can unwind in the dry sauna and take advantage of free towel service. To ensure everyone's on track, the staff welcomes each new member with a personal exercise orientation, then follows up every six weeks to see how they're doing.
The physicians at Greenville Health System Plastic Surgery & Aesthetics are dedicated to enhancing their clients' natural beauty with skincare solutions, injectable treatments, and cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. Under the expertise of licensed medical aesthetician Jordan Klaff, the center's staff revitalizes skin surfaces with facials and chemical peels using high-quality, medical-grade skin care products to help clients confidently lounge at the beach or streak at a local sporting event.
Six weeks. That's as long as it takes to transform a body from flabby to fit and a temperament from guarded to vivacious. That is, if you join The North Pole Dance Studio's Six Weeks to Sexy course. One pole-dancing class per week eases students into the workout while they gain not only muscle mass, but also sass.
When confidence wanes. When bullies close in. When poor health looms on the horizon. PRO Martial Arts of Greenville’s instructors preemptively thwart these instances of vulnerability with their unique blend of korean martial arts. Combining tang soo do, tae kwon do, and hapkido, the system not only instills self-esteem and poise, but also self-defense techniques and strength. Classes engage kids and adults with quick punches and kicks, but only sessions for children integrate the signature Armor program. It focuses on preventing bullying, both in person and online, by familiarizing kids with precursors to intimidation and arming them with the techniques to handle it.
Owner Shannon Hudson developed the 30-minute circuit to be fast and challenging with a pinch of hateful fun so participants stay engaged while getting ripped. The workout program includes a certified trainer who will provide guidance through stages such as jump rope, speed bag, heavy bag, and more. By combining the best functional, interval, cardiovascular, and circuit training regimens into one beast of a workout, the 9Round training program places a great deal of emphasis on results, just like the retired Keebler elves that now live inside Scantron machines.
A fitness and weight-loss studio, Slim and Tone boasts a beginner-friendly atmosphere filled with exercise equipment, classes, and services. Hydraulic exercise-machines quickly bend to the skill levels of individuals just starting out or experienced lifters, while exercise classes swirl together rhythm and aerobics. Meanwhile, Swedish and deep-tissue massages clear out aches and pains, as tanning and body wraps work on full-body aesthetics.