Located within a stately, 1870s structure, La Spa Ligonier beautifies clients with a full array of spa services performed by a qualified staff. A 75-minute custom European spa facial pampers visages with a thorough cleansing that employs botanical Vagheggi products specially chosen for each customer's skin type, needs, and ability to refract light. After a mild cleansing unveils the dermal canvas, staff members coax out impurities with a dynamic duo of exfoliation and deep pore cleansing, then they tone skin with a pH-balancing treatment. A gentle facial massage soothes muscular tension caused from holding a poker face at a yawning convention, and a custom mask refreshes visages. Guests venture even deeper into a state of relaxation with the help of aromatherapy and a heated, therapeutic massage for the hands and feet. Lastly, a waxing touchup tidies eyebrows without diminishing their ocular umbrella capabilities.
Young Brothers Tae Kwon-Do was founded in 1968 and has a deeply rooted history in the art of Tae Kwon-Do. The two brothers who opened the training facility are both ninth-degree black belts who studied in Korea and have been practicing Tae Kwon-Do for more than 50 years. Check out the different schedules to determine which classes you can attend.
Body In Balance Healing Center's clients can build themselves a lifestyle fueled by holistic health from head to toe using the resources available at the center, including therapeutic massage, yoga classes, and alternative spa treatments. Visitors of all skill levels can drop in to open yoga sessions, where they'll either learn or perfect their sun salutations, appeasing the needy star with muscle-fortifying poses and stretches. Massage therapists' kneading techniques aim to release physical and emotional tension, restoring bodies to peak condition, and a menu of face- and body-focused skin services addresses a host of issues with cutting-edge and alternative spa therapies, soothing acne-prone skin with botanicals, banding muscles to prevent age-related drooping, and employing lasers to erase fine lines.
Fueled by the belief that the more fun an exercise regimen is, the more likely people will stick with it, instructors at Fitness With A Twist take an unorthodox route to fitness. Instead of stocking the brick-lined studio with cardio gear and free weights, they filled the mirrored space with floor-to-ceiling chrome poles, upon which they demonstrate how to perform gravity defying lifts, spins, and inversions. High heels click against the polished hardwood floors as they teach women the basics of pole dancing during drop-in classes, new uses for familiar seats in chair-dancing sessions, or ways to tone their upper bodies in ab-centric courses or the occasional belly-dancing class. To cater to bridal parties, work friends, or bridge clubs looking for an exciting alternative to conventional gatherings, the staffers also host pole-dancing parties.
Doug Crytzer holds the rare distinction of being a professional racer. When a local boy scout troop hired him to organize an adventure race for them, he discovered he loved producing races even more than running them. He founded American Adventure Sports in 1997 to indulge his new passion, while raising awareness of nature's beauty and efforts to preserve it.
Today, AAS, as Doug dubs it, organizes adventure races, triathlons, mountain bike races, and camping trips into American wildernesses across the country. The organization also has a brick and mortar store located in Pennsylvania, where staffers provide athletes with all the gear they need to compete in any of the events or go on an adventure of their own making.
At Virtus Institute, coaches lead varied group fitness classes that help whip bodies into shape and prepare interested exercisers for Spartan obstacle racing. Their training programs take clients through three progressively more intense levels of workout, which work to rebuild bodies into more agile and athletic forms.