Diane Fragale draws from extensive training in the healing arts and more than 20 years' experience to perform holistic practices that bolster the minds, bodies, and spirits of her clients. She can help flush out microscopic toxins in the body with treatments such as colon hydrotherapy. Fragale also leads three levels of yoga classes in styles such as Vinyasa and Ashtanga. To get on the road to long-term wellness, feel free to tap her personal expertise during nutritional counseling and life coaching.
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Synergy Yoga holds small gatherings of passionate yogis as they stretch and build muscles in 1 of the 50 classes offered each week. Various styles of yoga, including traditional Hatha flow, focus on deep breathing, and more rigorous classes, such as hot core Vinyasa or hot power yoga, combine the sweat-inducing powers of a heated studio with moves that can makes tummies tighter than an elf's shoes on a pro basketball player.
Focused on supporting the community, Synergy Yoga aims to include all walks of life. Kids' yoga invites youngsters to develop their flexibility, and very advanced yogis can turn their passion into a living with teacher training. Healing arts such as Chakra reading, meditation, or massage soothe guests in need of some extra care.
Following a water- skiing accident, they came back. The migraines that had plagued Doctor of Chiropractic Todd Narson since he was 11 had returned with a vengeance. Back then, he and his parents had tried everything to alleviate them, consulting with countless specialists but it wasn’t until he visited his father’s chiropractor that Dr. Todd found relief. So when the headaches came back, he went right to the chiropractor’s office. These experiences eventually inspired him to go to chiropractic school himself, and open Miami Beach Family & Sports Chiropractic Center with his wife in 1993.
Dr. Todd earned a specialty in sports medicine that enables him to not only treat everyday pain and headaches, but also to relieve sports-related injuries, such as golfer’s elbow, rotator cuff issues, and plantar fasciitis caused by stomping too hard on the bleachers when the home team wins. His treatment often help patients avoid surgery, and other times, his close relationships with medical doctors enable him to help patients during post-surgery recovery.
He and his wife, Dr. Corey, lead their center’s team in delivering a range of wellness services, not just chiropractic care. Nutritional advice helps patients achieve their best health through making better diet choices, and massage therapy can treat musculoskeletal pain, improve circulation, and reduce spasms that can cause people to spontaneously pop and lock while walking to work.
"I was willing to do anything to get rid of the pain," recalls Beberly Yelen in her testimonial. That included acupuncture, despite Beberly's aversion to needles. But, to her surprise, acupuncture triggered relief instead of pain. After all, Silvia Salinas is a board-certified acupuncturist. Beyond that, she's also a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine and tai chi. She began studying these disciplines years ago in her native Chile, and today unites the various holistic techniques to help hurting people heal.
For more than 10 years, Doctor of Chiropractic Gordon Braun—known to his patients simply as Dr. G—has been helping clients find relief from sports injuries, chronic pain, and injuries sustained during car accidents while guiding them to health and wellness. Dr. G aims to ease patients’ pains through manual adjustments, which can reduce pressure on the nerves and improve function, in addition to releasing unwanted stress.