Kickboxing classes deliver a knee to the face of fat, burning up to 860 calories an hour with the high-energy striking moves of martial arts and boxing. All four limbs get in on the bag-bludgeoning action at iLoveKickboxing as each class provides a full-body workout that tones arm, leg, and tentacle muscles while tightening the body’s core and improving balance. Hitting the heavy bags won't skin your knuckles once you don the included boxing gloves, which also double as excellent spring-loaded props for re-creating Three Stooges gags. Class times and dates vary based on location.
With over 15 million students trained since their founding in 1968, Villari's Martial Arts Centers continue to train pugnacious pugilists young and old using techniques crafted by Grandmaster Fred Villari. Developed as a fusion of classic Eastern fighting styles, Villari's exclusive Shaolin Kempo Karate combines the graceful energy of Shaolin, the quick, explosive blows of kempo and karate, and the grappling of Chin Na to provide combatants with a varied, effective self-defense system. Children gain strength and discipline in youth classes, while adult classes leave grown-ups ready to handle anything from dojo defense to tense lunchroom stand-offs over the day's last apple bran muffin.
Dr. Scott T. Bedell, DDS and his experienced staff modify molars during teeth-whitening treatments that take only one office visit and will work to remove the tooth-tinting effects of coffee, tea, berries, soy sauce, and putting the wrong end of a pen in your mouth. During the visit, the staff will take impressions and administer customized tooth trays, giving you two weeks worth of bleaching solution for at-home tooth time reversal. The procedure produces lasting effects that can keep chompers glowing for up to five years, ensuring glamorous mug shots and opalescence during future paparazzi attacks.
After experiencing a very difficult time in her life, mother and entrepreneur Lauri Meizler was in search of a healthy start. She went down many paths to recover, but the results were less than optimal: instead of feeling energized, she found herself lethargic and underweight. It wasn?t until discovering cleansing and Ayurveda, one of the world's oldest medical systems, that life began to change. Soon thereafter, she adapted the teachings of the combination, and has since felt energetic, balanced, and in control of her life once again.
Lauri received certifications as a health coach in raw foods and Ayurveda and pairs the ancient Indian tradition?s holistic-wellness practices with modern nutrition training to help others optimize their health and well-being through eating a predominantly plant-rich diet. Her company, Joos, funnels these nutritious ingredients into bottles to help on-the-go people to build healthy, sustainable eating habits.
In flavors such as Green Power, Citrus, and Glow, these wholesome juices teem with ingredients such as fresh-pressed, unpasteurized apples, ginger, and bok choy. Each bottle contains 10?14 types of garden-grown goodness, which amount to two times the daily requirement of fruits and veggies. The juices can fortify meals with vitamins and minerals or serve as the meals themselves during cleanses, which last 3?21 days. Cleanse participants can also drink in the support of a certified health coach/cleanse expert.
For owner Erica Lynn, getting healthy wasn't a choice—it was a necessity. After falling deathly ill not once, but twice, she committed herself to changing her diet, getting off medications, and improving her spirit and body with yoga. This treatment succeeded where others had failed, leading her to share her passion for both yoga and alternative medicine with others. She offers Reiki sessions, chakra balancing, and, of course, her signature blend of Vinyasa yoga. She blends together elements of differing yoga styles with Pilates to create poses that are both soothing and flexibility-boosting.
Although Doctor of Chiropractic Cameron Macewen of Tritown Chiropractic Offices has been granted hospital privileges at the Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island, patients won't find any needles or sutures in his office. Instead, he relies on the patients' own body to help relieve pain. During exams, he locates subluxations in the spine that usually point to the source of the pain and eases them out with noninvasive spinal adjustments and rehabilitation therapy. These techniques are designed to trigger the body's self-healing process, eschewing the need for medication.