FTX Martial Arts & Fitness, formerly known as Muaythai Fitness, promotes cultural and knowledge sharing and learning. The trainers offer coed adult classes and kid-focused programs, which help develop self-discipline, scholastic achievement, and self-confidence. The space is dotted with 7-foot heavy bags, which are designed to weather the repeated impacts of sharp knees, elbows, and tongue-lashings from the coaches for always losing fights. Varied mat spaces are designed to host specific benefits to both striking and grappling arts, empowering students to stitch together a complete MMA education as they train in muay thai, Brazilian jujitsu, boxing, TRX, and strength and conditioning.
Technicians at Bay Area Laser Therapy help specialize in herbal body wraps that help patients shed inches and conquer cellulite. Engineered by a biochemist from the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, each wrap is packed with an herbal formula designed to cleanse tissues and contour the body without dehydrating the skin. Natural ingredients help elevate circulation, lymph flow, and nerve relay races within the body, which may aid in the removal of trapped waste and help restore skin elasticity. Technicians further help guests lose weight with fat-melting Lipo-Light body contouring, which helps the body flush out excess fat or burn it for energy.
The certified trainers at Fitness Incorporated have one goal: empowering their patrons to lead fitter and healthier lives. They lead group fitness classes, including CrossFit, boxing, and Brazilian jiujitsu along with one-on-one personal-training sessions to help guests meet their wellness goals. To supplement the fitness component, Fitness Incorporated also offers nutrition and weight-loss programs to help patrons slim down without relying on risky fad diets.
Foster City Athletic Club’s 15,000-square-foot fitness emporium houses a stable of health-enhancing amenities to facilitate regular workouts and hasten patrons’ progress toward holistic health. Dedicated personal trainers help patrons turn dormant sweat glands into perspiration and molten Frito geysers with two individually tailored, 45-minute workout regimens. Additionally, a customized health assessment nudges customers toward fitness excellence, enabling them to identify shortcomings and then vanquish them with prescribed exercises and a custom nutrition program. During membership intervals, fitness fiends can sculpt muscles inside the cycling studio or don a pair of goggles for an afternoon of racquetball. Afterward, a steam room or jacuzzi soothes muscles and ornery backhands. For more populous sweat-pouring sessions, a bevy of group fitness programs streamlines paths to presidential physical fitness awards, and the studio’s full-size basketball court provides an apropos arena to hone jump shots or net-cutting skills.
Co-founder Gillian Clark's been teaching since 1987 and is certified as both an instructor and personal trainer through ACE, AFAA, and Cal State Hayward. After developing the Yoga Booty Ballet at Crunch, Clark and partner Teigh McDonough (a trained instructor, trainer, dancer, choreographer, actress, and movement director for more than 20 years) created the boutique body-shop Swerve.
From Cornell and Stanford University to fellowships in Glasgow, Scotland and Miami, Florida, Dr. Joshua Korman has charted the globe on his path to becoming a certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon. Now armed with more than 20 years of experience, the doctor serves as an adjunct clinical associate professor at Stanford and puts his wisdom into practice at Korman Plastic Surgery.
The welcoming office boasts a lengthy list of cosmetic procedures, from rhinoplasty and liposuction to med-spa treatments involving dermal fillers and laser therapies. Each treatment is tailored to fit the aesthetic needs of both men and women with gender-specific techniques. Complimentary consultations are also available for those wishing to receive Dr. Korman’s advice on how to correct aesthetic issues or remove cartoon anvils from feet.
Dr. Korman also focuses his energy on educating breast-cancer patients on their options for breast reconstruction as well as helping former gang members erase tattoos through Clean Slate, a program he founded as an effort to give back to his community.