White Lotus Massage and Yoga's diverse staff fosters a relaxed, noncompetitive environment where clients can pursue their holistic wellness goals through massage-therapy services and a robust schedule of yoga classes. A FAR infrared heating system warms the yoga practice space up to healing temperatures designed to detoxify the body and loosen muscles, tendons, and minds in preparation for yoga’s soothing stretches. A textured flooring system provides support, comfort, and grip so students can perform Yin yoga's long-held balancing postures or Vinyasa's flowing movements with confidence. White Lotus' skillful massage therapists ease physical and emotional tension with unique massage modalities, such as owner Carolyn Calvacca's signature Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy method. While maintaining balance with overhead bars, Carolyn carefully places her feet along the client's body in gliding strokes, providing a deep yet relaxing muscle-mashing treatment.
Thirty years ago, Concerned Dental Care was founded with the philosophy that dentists should concern themselves with people first and foremost. The staff's dedication to their patients fueled the practice's growth, and today a team of dentists and hygienists adheres to that original vision as they set about their work tending to teeth at six different offices.
Friendly advice about oral hygiene accompanies each tooth cleaning. Low-radiation digital x-rays help the staff take a closer look at patients' dental health without shrinking themselves down and taking a hike through clients' molars. Then, the doctors work with their patients to address any problems by poring over the practice's sizable array of treatment options to find the right course of action. In addition to regular dental upkeep, the staff can shine up smiles with cosmetic services such as teeth whitening and porcelain veneers.
From the person putting on gym shorts for the very first time to the gym rats who eat, sleep, and breathe dumbbells, exercisers of all backgrounds build muscle and stamina during one-on-one personal training and group fitness settings at Long Island Fitness & Wellness. The fleet of experienced instructors tailors their personal training sessions to suit the needs and goals of guests, keeping cardio and strength training challenging but always interesting. Their group fitness classes do the same. For instance, Hardbody Boot Camp uses nonstop interval training with minimal equipment, while Bangin’ Booty 101 classes—named for the first course offered at Harvard University in 1636—target specific muscle groups with free weights and body resistance. The instructors lead their sessions within a cavernous gym that sports a full-wall abstract mural.
Dr. Scott Blyer is a board-certified MD, cosmetic surgeon, and published author who oversees surgical and nonsurgical enhancements. Inside of Cameo Surgical Center’s lavish offices, where modern white furniture cuts profiles against blazing orange walls, the staff of doctors, aestheticians, and nurses attends to facial, breast, and body surgery to help their clients regain their youthful and beautiful appearances. A slate of nonsurgical services such as Botox injections are also available, as well as nourishing facials inside the med spa.
Hauppauge native Dr. Jennifer Agliato cares for the smiles of young and old alike at Townline Dental. Here, she and her team offer general and cosmetic dentistry services. Regular checkups help keep teeth healthy for years to come, and in-office Zoom! whitening treatments erase stains on teeth.
Unwanted hair, spider veins, and hyperpigmentation have an enemy in SpafitRx?s technicians: the licensed and certified team's mission is to clear epidermises of such interruptions. SpafitRx wants to ensure that customers are armed with as much knowledge as possible, so their site is full of information. Pages on the site delve into what clients should do on the treatment day, what they can expect after a session, and what the laser feels like. One page is even dedicated to the history of laser hair removal, which started in the late ?70s when NASA astronauts wanted to go to the beach with hairless Martians.