At Summerlin Yoga, teachers Martin Hinton, Liz Steers, Cristin Bartles, and Eddie Guerra boast certifications in yoga. They guide students through postures and breathing exercises in a room with brand new flooring, which helps to warm muscles and flush toxins from the body. Through regular practice of poses, students learn to stretch a host of muscles and ligaments in their bodies and reformat most of the microchips implanted in their brains. Students can partake in myriad types of classes, such as the physically demanding Vinyasa, the hot-room endurance of Tru Hot Pilates and Revitalize, or the cooler temperature alternative Yin Yoga Flow.
It might come as no surprise that a professional bodybuilder-turned-personal-trainer would name his fitness venture More Pain Please, but Michael Harris doesn't just mean physical pain. He believes that a truly effective fitness regimen addresses the mind as well as the body. To achieve this, he custom molds fitness regimens to an array of body types and lifestyles, always keeping the client's fitness goals in mind. He implements these plans inside the Las Vegas Athletic Club's modern facilities—but if clients prefer a more natural environment, he can also schedule sessions amid the greenery of local parks. Michael Harris is also certified in First Aid and CPR, ensuring he can get clients safely through their workouts.
Four Seasons Salon & Skin Care transforms hair and skin with high-end products by No. 4, Comfort Zone, and Jane Iredale. Guests can slide into a cozy styling chair for an automatic shampooing service and scalp massage, then follow it up with a haircut tailored to their facial features. Stylist Betsy has more than 20 years of experience and specializes in premium hair services.
Composed of an MD, registered nurse, and two licensed aestheticians, the team at DermaBella Medical Spa provides complete visage revitalization inside their elegantly appointed facility. Facials and chemical peels share an array of treatments, ranging from age-defying elixirs and acne solutions to specialized formulas for sensitive skin. The staff also smoothes out wrinkles with Botox and Juvéderm treatments, and turns the volume on lashes' boom boxes up to 11 with Latisse. A consultation precedes each treatment, allowing skin techs to evaluate specific trouble areas and make informed recommendations.
GroundWorks Gym's name is no accident?the foundational title is a metaphor for the studio's entire fitness philosophy. The center's trainers believe that a solid foundation of not only strength, but also respect for one's body, is the key to success. That's why they buttress their fitness classes with unique sessions centered on healthy movement. For example, Functional Movement Screens can identify athletes' disordered movement patterns and provide corrections to help them avoid injuries and awkward dance-offs, and Primal Move classes help boost mobility and strengthen the body's stabilizing muscles to give bodies a stronger foundation.
This foundation comes in handy during the gym's range of intense group classes. CrossFit sessions help athletes of all ages and body types achieve total-body functional fitness with high-intensity routines, which might include performing lunges, squats, and burpees, heaving kettlebells, or lifting weights, depending on the workout of the day (WOD). Experienced martial artists train adults and kids of all levels in the art of muay thai and jujitsu, along with leading?of course?foundational classes designed to forge the kind of strength and mobility essential to these disciplines.
Mommy & Me West brings together local moms so they can socialize while their little ones play and interact with their peers, learning to share and make friends. The club coordinates daily activities such as arts and crafts and music sessions, as well as play groups, parties, and Mom’s Night Out events. These entertaining and educational experiences contribute to Mommy & Me West’s goal of facilitating child development from birth to kindergarten and fostering relationships between the community's parents. As a nonprofit organization, the group is run by volunteers and membership fees go toward funding events.