Nutritionist in Marblehead

$54 for $120 Groupon — Wellness Solutions

Wellness Solutions

Topsfield

$120 $54

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$495 for $900 Toward a 6-month Health Coaching Program

Albatross Wellness

On Location

$900 $495

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$41 for $75 Worth of Nutritional Counseling — Breathing Room Yoga and Wellness

Breathing Room Yoga And Wellness

Redeem from Home

$75 $41

Nutrition consultation, detailed nutrition plan, customized workout plan, and weekly monitoring of your progress

Three 60-Minute Health-Coaching Sessions from RESO Corporation (49% Off)

Reso Your Life

Woburn

$99 $50

Personalized weight loss program based on your personality, stress level, and body shape designed by a dietitian

60-Minute Dietitian Consultation with Optional 60-Minute Grocery Tour from Advanced Nutrition (Up to 56% Off)

Advanced Nutrition

Bank Square

$125 $59

A dietitian analyzes and recommends nutritional habits; a grocery tour helps clients to shop for healthy foods

One or Three Triathlon Training Sessions or Personal Training Session at Wellness As Rx (Up to 52% Off)

Wellness As Rx

Sudbury

$80 $39

Personal trainers prepare participants for triathlons, or soothe aching muscles with Thai bodywork

$75 for $150 Worth of Services at Nourish & Nurture

Nourish & Nurture

Windham

$150 $75

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Christine Lucas, owner of Complete Mind and Body, knows that a fulfilling diet doesn’t just eliminate pounds. It also acts as a springboard to healthy life choices that lead to greater happiness. Her approach to nutrition begins with detailed client consultations to determine their unique nutritional needs; after all, she writes, “one person’s food is another person’s poison.” Lucas also looks at what she calls the “primary foods”: her clients’ stress level, career fulfillment, and whether their exercise regimen ends at bench-pressing spoonsful of ice cream.

Lucas brings enthusiasm and empathy to her practice because she’s tackled health issues in her own life. After a car accident years ago, doctors told Lucas she’d have to give up her active lifestyle due to a back injury and her weight. Undeterred, Lucas lost 40 pounds. Her discipline and dedication to holistic health helped her to reclaim the life she wanted, and she applies these lessons to her present-day clients.

8 Nashua Street
Marblehead,
MA
US

A US Marine veteran, Dr. Ilan Amar traded in the blue uniform for a white lab coat to helm A Touch of Health Chiropractic Wellness Center. Today, the doctor calls on a healthy balance of Eastern and Western treatment techniques to helps clients of all ages overcome chronic and injury-related pain. This blend of approaches allows his treatments to be supremely personalized. Neck and back pain might be corrected with a gentle adjustment, while slipped discs and pinched nerves call for a session or two on the spinal-decompression table. Other issues may require alternative techniques such as Reiki therapy and chakra work, which focus on balancing the body’s internal energies to promote self-healing. Dr. Amar couples these treatments with nutritional guidance and advice for improving each patient's overall lifestyle, such as adding exercise to their daily routine or switching out their vampire coffin for a standard mattress.

444 Humphrey Street #3
Swampscott,
MA
US

During the winter, people often miss the smell of the beach. Unless they have a membership at Beverly Athletic Club, that is. The gym boasts a 65-foot indoor pool, heated to a comfortable temperature, and filled with saltwater mild enough not to sting anyone's eyes. Visitors can take a dip in its ocean-emulating confines during open swim, or hit up an array of pool-based classes such as Aquatic Zumba, a less-stressful alternative to tap-dancing over a dunk tank.

Of course, the unique chlorine-free pool is just one of the benefits BAC offers its members. Its two locations boast group fitness classes, which run the gamut from RPM, an indoor cycling program, to BodyCombat, a martial arts-inspired workout that draws on disciplines such as karate, muay thai, and boxing. Personal trainers, meanwhile, lead more personalized workouts, while a childcare center helps little visitors learn to love an active lifestyle by providing access to play structures such as a rock wall and ball pit.

7 Reservoir Rd.
Beverly,
MA
US

Heather Borghesi, nutritionist and reiki practitioner, strives to help her patients reach their health potential through diet and lifestyle changes, supplementation, and reiki healing. During her reiki sessions, Heather provides relaxation and stress reduction through bodywork that spurs the body's natural healing abilities. As a nutritionist, she specializes in food sensitivities as well as remedying ADHD and child-behavior issues through nutrition. Her nutritional consultations can include planning lifestyle changes and introducing supplements, and she even provides in-home meal preparation.

100 Cummings Ctr
Beverly,
MA
US

Established: 2005

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Parking: Parking lot

Most popular service: Chiropractic care

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38 Enon St.
Beverly,
MA
US

To help women achieve their fitness goals, the certified personal trainers at Get In Shape For Women focus on four areas: weight training, cardio training, nutrition, and accountability. In small group sessions, trainers modify exercises to suit up to four ladies' fitness levels, beginning by calibrating strength-training sessions—such as free weights, lunges, and squats—to each client's abilities while still ensuring they are challenging themselves. Then comes high-intensity cardio interval-training sessions in which trainers encourage exercisers to achieve optimal results on the treadmill or elliptical.

The trainers supplement the group workouts with nutritional planning centered around the concept of eating six small, balanced meals six days a week. They set aside the seventh day as a "free day" for a bit of indulgence, be it eating a favorite sweet or lusting openly after bacon. To hold their women accountable, trainers talk nutrition on the floor during scheduled appointments, and the ladies' progress toward reaching their goals is measured by trainers each week.

131 Dodge St
Beverly,
MA
US