At Fremont Laser MedSpa, Dr. James Kojian is as one of the first doctors in the Bay area to utilize this new laser treatment, and Fremont Laser Med Spa has treated more than 18,000 clients of every skin type, including over 1,000 patients for face-fat reduction. He oversees a team of laser technicians, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, and physicians' assistants as they administer FDA-approved beautification services that keep skin looking youthful. Dr. Kojian draws on his experience in the fields of anti-aging and longevity as well as aesthetics, calibrating his arsenal of lasers to target everything from wrinkles and rosacea to unwanted hair and rebel spacecraft. Fat-liquifying lasers safely circumvent the skin to liquefy fat cells, aiming to let the body flush them away for a potential loss of inches.
Most athletic clubs are geared toward adults. Not so at Nova Athletic Club, where youngsters rule the sprawling space. Here, children learn team-building skills, discipline, and concentration during an array of classes. Artistic gymnastics builds muscle and boosts balance while inspiring students to express themselves more gracefully. Martial arts instills confidence and respect through the study of Japanese Karate, Kung Fu, and Tae Kwon Do, and Zumba develops coordination as youngsters follow along to dance steps set to energetic Latin rhythms.
In addition to classes, the club also hosts camps with both athletic activities and arts and crafts. It also boasts an afterschool program with homework help, and parties with gym instruction and birthday cake.
Lawson Harris has been busy over the course of her 25-year fitness career. She’s starred in a Pilates workout DVD, taught countless Pilates classes, and developed a training program for The Lab instructors. And today, at her fitness studio, she and her fellow Pilates instructors and personal trainers get students moving with classes in disciplines such as Pilates, yoga, boot camp, circuit training, and Zumba. Complementing the workouts, the studio maintains a Wellness Lab in which clients can receive acupuncture, chiropractic care, or massage therapy.
The Gym Park hosts a variety of kids fitness classes, starting with mommy-and-me training for tots, and ramping up to classes for older kids in activities such as tumbling, gymnastics, and parkour. But don't be fooled?the gym's team of instructors also knows the value of play. Hence their open play sessions, where kids spend unstructured time on the gym's bars and tumbling equipment, trying out new moves and pretending there's lava in the floor, or, for a lower difficulty level, the ceiling. The gym's birthday parties, led by two instructors, are similarly playful, as open play sessions accompany built-in time for eating cake.