Dr. Sulbha Midha wields more than a decade of experience to lead her team of dental technicians in improving patients’ smiles. Together, they guide patients along the lifelong path toward oral health by warding off cavities with preventative procedures and restoring teeth with porcelain crowns or a flick of a magic dental wand. Dr. Midha also transforms smiles into dazzling crescents with cosmetic procedures such as Zoom! teeth-whitening treatments. Whatever the issue at hand, the dentist ensures that her patients understand each step of a procedure.
The power of touch is applied every day inside Massage Wellness Center, where licensed massage therapists help patients find relief from discomfort using deep-tissue, relaxation, and sports massage modalities. At the helm of the center is Dr. Richard Jones, who further alleviates pain and helps prevent future issues with chiropractic adjustments and low-level laser light therapy treatments.
An avid cyclist, strength trainer, and racquetball player, Dr. Jason T. Coe believes that physical activity is the ultimate preventative medicine. At Mason Family Chiropractic, Dr. Coe helps his clients get back in the game with noninvasive adjustments and massages designed to promote better movement.
People mainly emulate bats when they dress up for Halloween, but students at Anahata Yoga Center imitate the flying mammals year-round. During the center's Bat aerial yoga classes, yogis hang upside down from seven hammocks, decompressing their spines and tapping into hard-to-access core strength as warm temperatures allow for maximum flexibility. Basic Bat aerial yoga classes are suitable for beginners, while intermediate and advanced Bat aerial yoga sessions see experienced students spending more time suspended in their hammocks and less time hibernating.
Built from recycled materials and sustainable cork flooring, the eco-friendly studio complements its aerial yoga courses with more traditional sessions. Slow Vinyasa-flow instruction builds strength with long holds, while Ashtanga flow centers on syncing postures with breathing in a room warmed to 85 degrees. The center also hosts family yoga sessions for both parents and kids, perfect for clans looking to bond through exercise.
Fitness 19's founders launched their first family-oriented gyms in 2003, hoping to splash the exercising experience with local flavor and familiarity. Life Fitness cardio machines—including treadmills and ellipticals—unite with strength-training machines and free weights to help members to build leaner physiques as certified personal trainers patrol the deep-red-carpeted workout area. The expert staff can also guide clients through yoga, martial arts, and weight-loss-centric personal-training sessions. Every location also hosts a kids' room, where youngsters can craft macaroni kettlebells under the supervision of a full-time staff member.