Since 1978, Brenda Athletic Clubs has stood out from other gyms for its staff?s focus on offering all the amenities of a modern fitness facility while still fostering an inviting atmosphere. Its founder, Al Brenda, believed in fitness programs for all age groups, a mantra that the club continues today with youth fitness programs, including basketball clinics and yoga lessons, as well as a SilverSneakers fitness program for seniors. In addition to tennis, swimming, and standard strength and cardio equipment, the fitness centers supply its members with an ample amount of group classes including cycling, Zumba, and kickboxing.
Their newest location, aptly named Yes You Can!, is designed to be an elite training studio specializing in smaller group classes such as rowing, cross training, and seven more specialty classes.
When planning her client's diets, holistic health coach Kristina strives to acquaint people with new foods and habits, gradually eliminating cravings and forging a lifestyle that her website calls "free of denial." She views herself as proof of this program's success, having lost weight by undergoing training at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and adjusting her eating behaviors.
Through Live Naturally with Kristina, she helps others change their nutrition and fitness outlook with personalized guidance. Her 60-day and 6-month programs both begin with a complimentary breakthrough session, where she plans unique approaches to each person's goals. The programs cover one-on-one coaching, wholesome recipes, and tutorials on tasks that shape a healthy lifestyle, including grocery shopping and cleaning out your kitchen. Additionally, Live Naturally with Kristina sets up group gatherings and an online community to provide social support.
Led by Dr. Mehrdad Amirhamzeh, a board-certified cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon, Sierra Vein & Vascular Institute's medical staff aims to clear up skin's appearance and vanquish vein disease. Non-invasive treatments such as sclerotherapy and VNus Closure—an outpatient procedure using radio frequencies—can target cosmetic concerns while abating serious concerns such as leg ulcers or kisses from cobweb-seeking vacuums. The staff consults with patients to craft plans focused on minimal downtime and quick recovery. Dr. Amirhamzeh maintains affiliations with many state, national, and intergalactic medical societies, including the Society for Vascular Surgery and the American Medical Association.