At Village Yoga, Freddy Margolis has amassed an impressive team of experienced instructors, some of whom have impressive backgrounds in fields such as competitive dance and chinese medicine. These specialists aim to help students foster holistic wellness with a variety of yoga classes at both of their spacious studios. Their class styles range from flowing Vinyasa and gentle stretches to high-intensity Zumba and power yoga, and teacher training is also available.
Clients can rent either studio to host yoga parties that celebrate birthdays, engagements, or successful human-Jenga games. An instructor will be on hand to guide partygoers through routines, and the space comes equipped with yoga mats, bolsters, and music.
A tasteful mod wall-design depicting eyeglasses in green, blue, pink, and other hues greets visitors to Modern Optometry. This isn't just an interior decorating choice—it also represents the boutique eye-care clinic's equal emphasis on eye health and original fashion. Two expert optometrists specialize in testing eyes for visual acuity, but also track down and identify eye diseases ranging from conjunctivitis to a Lego figure stuck behind the eyelid. Meanwhile, a team of opticians perform fittings for eyewear and contacts from daily disposables to bifocal lenses. A gallery of designer frames features more than 16 brands such as Hugo Boss, Kate Spade, and Polaroid.
The gym itself might be somewhat spartan, but CrossFit North Vienna is set in an exceptionally inspiring environment: it lies right along the scenic W&OD trail. Exercisers who want to maximize their athletic potential and run or handspring through more of the great outdoors simply step inside for one of CrossFit's intense workouts of the day.
Trainer Chris brings backgrounds in wrestling, weightlifting, swimming, and diving to their classes. That makes them very well-suited for CrossFit, which is a never-boring, mad-science mixture of elements taken from many different athletic disciplines. The end goal of all those push-ups, squats, and lifts is functional fitness, helping members become stronger and feel better in all their daily activities.
As a firefighter, Matt Nacy began the CrossFit program to keep up with the demands of his job, from lugging heavy equipment up and down stairs to punching stubborn flames until they go out. Today, Matt boasts the title of certified CrossFit instructor and owner of CrossFit Tyson's Corner. Throughout the week, Matt and his team of qualified coaches lead groups through their version of CrossFit, which zeroes in on three goals: performing functional movements efficiently, improving strength, and improving endurance. Workouts at CrossFit Tyson’s Corner are intense; so, to ramp up beginners, the facility offers introductory classes that focus on CrossFit’s basic movements.
Licensed podiatrists Dr. Francis J. Smith and Dr. Michael A. Klein deliver soothing relief to feet and ankles aching from infections, poor circulation, and arthritis. Operating out of two facilities, the doctors work with such advanced technology as the OssaTron shock-wave system, which treats conditions of the bone, joint, and tendon, and specially designed lasers that painlessly wipe away bacteria tucked beneath nail beds. The staff ensure that patients thoroughly understand their treatments beforehand, and work to offer each one a comfortable, educational visit and free hourly puppet shows at the receptionist’s desk.
Dr. Richard J. Hong completed his residency with Harvard University before coming to Boone Dental, where he keeps teeth in mint condition with a variety of services. Examinations and digital x-rays reveal the inner condition of teeth, and procedures such as composite fillings and dental implants restore them if issues are found. Patients also can improve the appearance of teeth with cosmetic procedures such as teeth whitening or porcelain veneers.