Nancy Kilgore of Bay Area MedSpa knows how to help her clients melt fat—and she has multiple laser certifications, merit badges, and balloons to prove it. She aids them in trimming inches from their physiques, minimizing belly girth, slimming waists, and tightening necks. To do this, she recommends three treatments per week for three to six weeks beneath her Lapex 2000 BCS LipoLaser paddles
At Rebounderz, parents need not cringe as they watch their kids literally bounce off the walls. Safety is of the utmost importance to the staff, and it starts with the trampolines. Over 24,000 feet of these bounce boosters line the floors and jut outward at an angle on the walls. Their patented design boasts high-quality components that make them much safer than leaping off the garage roof with an umbrella as a parachute. As kids engage in friendly battle on the dodgeball trampoline or practice their approach at the slam dunk station, safety-trained referees keep a watchful eye on them at all times. And even though the pit is filled to the brim with foam bricks, jumpers don padded helmets and special shoes for protection. Kids and grown-ups can take a break from simulating molecular fusion at the arcade, earning tickets to trade in for prizes.
Licensed massage therapist Michelle Steiner consults with her clients before beginning each one-hour massage. This allows her to customize each session to the recipient's therapeutic needs, which may require light-to-moderate contact or deep pressure. Depending on the client, the session takes place on a massage table or on the ceiling and may include a blend of Swedish techniques, deep-tissue kneads, and facilitated stretches. Michelle takes a more intensive approach during her 90-minute massages to help those who partake in athletic activities, are highly stressed, or have more than one problem area that needs to be treated.