Certified trainer Jamell McLean and his partner in health, Maria Mendez, believe that wellness starts at the cellular level. Together, they provide nutritional counseling, education, and fitness classes to clients ready to change the way their body looks and feels. With motivation, correct nutrition, and hard work, Jamell and Maria help clients reach tangible weight-loss and fitness goals, providing fun weight-loss challenges and group exercise sessions at their fitness center.
A collection of experienced instructors staff Dancing Dogs Yoga, where they lead students in a variety of classes. They strive to create a welcoming and empowering atmosphere for stretchers of all types, offering daily selections of Vinyasa yoga for all levels.
With a goal of sharing her love of fitness, personal trainer and fitness model Brea Sharron opened her own fitness studio, where she helps her trainees meet their wellness goals with a mix of exercise and nutritional advice. Brea’s weekly schedule of classes includes one-hour boot-camp sessions, as well as one-on-one personal training.
Ganesha's Yoga and Wellness hosts semiprivate yoga lessons in eight styles. Hatha classes focus on strength-building exercises, whereas restorative yoga incorporates props into movements designed to relax mind, body, and emotions.
There's no doubt that you are a real adult when you have been an aerospace engineer for over 10 years. So for Kent Gold, it was a momentous life change when in 2001 he rediscovered his inner child and founded SoccerTots—a soccer-based program that helps 18-month to 10-year-old kids develop their motor skills and build their confidence through fun and athletic games. Now, a decade later, the program is offered at more than 150 locations, including Canada and Peru, and has expanded to include HoopsterTots and PartyTots.
Each SoccerTots program is helmed by a team of skilled instructors who engage little ones with fun activities, such as dribbling balls and playing scrimmages, that fuel their motivation to learn and challenge their athletic abilities. To ensure a supportive learning environment, classes are broken down by age and use only soft, child-size equipment. SoccerTot instructors also get kids ready to learn by sending them into super-concentration mode, which encourages little ones to concentrate and try their hardest at a task to help strengthen their muscle memory and their ability to levitate other players on the field.