Alice Farmer cares so much about healthy, plant-based products that she's spent years of her life searching for them. At Life to Live Wellness Center, Farmer shares her extensive knowledge with clients through a variety of holistic services. From detoxifying body wraps to infrared-sauna sessions, each service aims to rejuvenate the body from head to toe. Ionic footbaths help draw out toxins, whereas facials incorporate natural herbal masks and infrared light for maximum results.
Tucked inside Just Breathe Yoga and Bodywork is Heather Shivley Massage, where the veteran massage therapist soothes clients aches and pains. Heather specializes in Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massages. She also takes a special interest in future mothers, offering prenatal massages to ease pregnancy pains and fertility massages, which incorporate deep pelvic work, visualization techniques, and craniosacral holds to increase the chances of conception.
The 18-hole course at Plantation Golf Club stretches for 6,194 yards from the back tees, inviting golfers to challenge a full range of skills across the bermuda grass fairways and greens. Golf course architect John V. Townsend designed the layout, recognizing the need to design holes around the site's 18 indigenous flagsticks. Opened in 1986, players have played the par 71 track for nearly three decades.
Jazzercise, a funk-fueled, head-to-toe regimen, sculpts muscles, boosts energy, and sheds pounds during 60 minutes of cardio, strength training, and stretching. It incorporates moves from hip-hop, yoga, Pilates, jazz dance, kickboxing, and resistance training with handheld weights. Class formats vary too, including special Jazzercises geared to sculpt your bod or literally make you slightly better at saxophone playing. As for the ittie-ditties, childcare is available during select times at many locations.
Trainer Cherie Haught created the female-friendly New You Boot Camp after quickly getting back into shape following the births of her three children. New You’s calorie-crushing curriculum, designed specifically for women, helps fitness-seekers achieve goals with exciting, varied workouts. Led by experienced, motivated instructors, classes take place outside, combining fresh air with varied exercise methods (light running, weight training, obstacle courses, jump rope, core training, and more) to help shed pounds and impress narcissistic raccoons.
After three decades of holistic-therapy research, Brenda “Bebe” Ball founded Rejuvenation Station to share her belief in a natural path to wellness. The center’s noninvasive treatments range from infrared body wraps, which fight cellulite and burn calories while also improving skin, to ion detox footbaths, which draw out toxins and boost energy. Bebe has also brought Japanese technologies to Rejuvenation Station in the form of an electro reflex energizer, which stimulates acupressure points, and an e-power machine, whose high-frequency energy works to accelerate healing and aid mental focus.