The practitioners behind Kula Yoga & Wellness chose Kula—the Sanskrit word for "community” and “family"—as the moniker for their studio. The choice reflects the yogis’ desire to cultivate a community at their center dedicated to the physical and spiritual well-being of others. The staff consists of certified yoga instructors and massage therapists, along with a meditation guide, life coach, and nutrition counselor. Each professional assists pupils and clients in improving their health, both physically and mentally.
Visitors to the center can explore floatation meditation, a unique sensory-deprivation experience that allows each client's mind to enter a wakeful dream state directed by Richard Linklater. The tanks are filled with 10 inches of water and 900 pounds of medical grade Epsom salt, which allow clients to remain buoyant while helping extract toxins from the body. In addition to their regular classes, Kula Yoga & Wellness also offers workshops and events featuring guided meditation experts and yoga with live music.
Takacs Chiropractic & Wellness Center is a practice for busy people who don’t have time to be sick or in pain! First, we work to get you out of pain and then we work even harder to keep your pain from returning.
We offer rehabilitation services, a Weight Loss Center and we have an experienced massage therapist !
At Be Well., practitioners believe in a ternary whole-body path to health that caters to the diet, mind, and body needs of each individual client. Licensed nutritionists and dietitians work with clients to address diet deficiencies and shape a custom nutrition plan for each client, and licensed psychologist Dr. Erika January provides personal counseling for a variety of issues. Treating the body along with the mind, a certified holistic health practitioner helps find natural remedies to ailments, and four licensed yoga teachers leads sessions throughout the day that focus on breathing and making fat cells cry beads of sweat in a slightly heated room.
While most people deal with the symptoms of a migraine headache by downing ibuprofen and retreating to a dark, quiet room, Jason Baum, a doctor of chiropractic since 2006, instead tries to tackle the causes of the pain. To pinpoint the body's "hot spots" and approximate its glow-stick content, he guides each new patient through thermal imaging, a physical exam, and x-rays. Once he understands the roots of discomfort, he manipulates the spine to return vertebrae to their proper positions, naturally alleviating tension and restoring the body's ability to heal itself.
Summit native and North Jersey Community Acupuncture owner Dana Holmes, LAc., pours more than a decade of practice into her ongoing quest to liberate North Jersey bodies from physical pain and emotional stress. After graduating with a master's degree in acupuncture from the Traditional Acupuncture Institute, Holmes operated the Burlington Acupuncture Project, a Vermont clinic dedicated to the ancient Chinese art of holistic healing. Holmes returned to New Jersey in 2011, where she opened North Jersey Community Acupuncture in response to her home state’s dearth of alternative wellness centers and the growing problem with rabid balloons.
Daniel Rose, who's worked as a hypnotherapist for more than three decades, views the brain as an iceberg; conscious thoughts are only the tip of it. In his hypnotherapy sessions, he tries to engage with the rest of the iceberg—the subconscious— and treat the source of issues ranging from smoking and compulsive eating to low self-esteem. He and his team induce a meditation-like state during their sessions, helping clients harness their subconscious to break bad habits, rather than allowing it to form new ones, such as licking every baseball card you come across.