It's fitting that the Central Institute for Human Performance is located inside a restored high-school building. Since the original lockers still line the hallways and the Karel Lewit Clinic for rehabilitation sits in what used to be the administrative offices, the glossy walls and floors often remind visitors of their athletic dreams when they once strolled through their own high schools. While the rehabilitation clinic treats injuries and physical trauma, the immaculate and spacious gym helps athletes improve or maintain their physical well-being. Fitness instructors challenge their students through innovative, small-group classes such as Strongman workouts. The center's consulting team, which earned a nod from Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak, offers nutritional guidance and lifestyle coaching to help members reach their goals. Professional jerseys hang above modern equipment to further inspire athletes to dream big and remember to pick up their dry cleaning.
The staff of fitness experts at Best Body Fitness works with its clients to lose weight and tone muscles with training and nutrition. In addition to body-composition analysis and personal training, the staff also offers fitness classes such as Hard-Body Yoga, which combines the stretching of yoga with strength training.
• For $63, new members get a two-month household metro membership plus joining fee (a $252 total value). • For $42, new members get a two-month adult metro membership plus joining fee (a $166 total value). • For $15, current members get $30 toward a class or program.
Vital Force uses low-impact adjustments that do not involve twisting, cracking, popping, or noogies to straighten out the healing highway, and their space contains peaceful relaxation suites where patients rest so the body can effectively hold the correction. The initial two visits take approximately one hour, and corrections can be monitored on subsequent visits to prevent any interruption in the body's healing process. New patient forms are available for download should a patient desire to fill them out ahead of time or add them to a growing medical-form scrapbook.
Whether you suffer from a chronic cough, a bad back, or a suspicion that your slow metabolism and uncontrollable high-fiving are somehow related, the fully licensed and friendly practitioners at Yong Kang Chinese Medicine will assess your situation, make a diagnosis, and design a treatment plan. Like detectives on a hunt for truant vital energies, they'll ask you in-depth questions about your health history and how you've been feeling before performing a brief physical exam.
Joan Krueger—a certified hypnotherapist who has been practicing since 1994—has her own metaphor to describe the subconscious mind: she likens it to a filing cabinet filled with the programs that help you function. She believes the key is to rewrite the programs, changing the information so we can function in different ways.
At Joan Krueger Hypnosis, she helps to change habits such as smoking cigarettes overeating, or biting your fingernails. She does this by bringing clients into a relaxed state during which their subconscious mind becomes receptive to suggestions. She then delivers the suggestion that will enable you to create the changes you desire. Krueger claims a high success rate: according to her website, 80% of clients are able to quit smoking after just one visit.