SynChi Holistic Wellness Center's services live at the intersection of traditional healing techniques and scientifically inspired treatments. Crystal healing sessions, reiki, and reflexology all aim to restore harmony and balance by refocusing the body's inner energies. On the other end of the spectrum, ionic footbaths and pulsed-electromagnetic-field therapy channel technology in the pursuit of detoxification. Therapeutic massages relieve tension-laden musculature, and hypnotherapy can help reduce the urges that contribute to bad habits, such as smoking, overeating, and training a parrot to recite your Social Security number.
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Since 2000, Pinnacle Fitness Bootcamp owner David Nash has been fine-tuning his fitness-coaching expertise along with a trained staff. In addition to picking up certifications in health and physical education, nutrition, first aid, and other areas, the certified personal trainer has also honed specialties in athletic performance and the biomechanics of human movement. Keith Lawson, head trainer at the Smyrna location, draws from a background of participating in six sports through high school and a degree in exercise science.
At Pinnacle Fitness Bootcamp, the staff shares its fitness training and nutritional-guidance expertise with students during indoor boot-camp sessions. During classes, students go through a variety of workouts from walking lunges to relay races and partner team pushups.
Inside the cavernous confines of the old truck-engine-repair warehouse, shrieks and squeals fill the air as Superman stands completely still, a solemn look on his face. The limbo competition has just started, and he looks uneasily at the bamboo pole extended in front of him, unsure of his fate. Despite what appear to be rippling muscles, this Superman is not saving the day, but rather celebrating Halloween at Leapin' Lizards, along with a gaggle of other costume-clad youngsters. Fostering this atmosphere of ebullient play and excitement throughout the year is a quartet of entrepreneurs who founded the venture in 2008. Determined to build an indoor play space that would be as safe and fun for kids as it was environmentally responsible, the four owners converted the warehouse into an interactive playground replete with entertaining installations such as bounce castles bolstered by eco-friendly touches, including a recycling center and organic snacks. Bathed in the glow of natural light filtering in from the glass roll-up garage door, kids test Newton's theory as they leap skyward on trampolines and develop motor skills in air-filled obstacle courses, navigating around slides, hoops, and off-course Macy's Thanksgiving parade balloons. In the aquarium-themed youngsters-only area, infants and toddlers can safely explore playground confines surrounded by plush bumpers. Hand-painted murals of elephants, giraffes, and birds inspire the imaginations of tykes as they gambol around the multitiered play house, raiding the dress-up area to don firefighter outfits for faux emergencies or pinstriped business suits to play a spirited game of jury selection.
In 1976, busy California mother Joan Barnes wanted nothing more than to find a play place where she and her kids could enjoy age-appropriate, educational activities. Finding none, she developed her own innovative play environment within a developmental-based program structure now known as Gymboree Play & Music. Today, kids tumble and learn in locations around the world, engaging in open play and classes designed to build cognitive and motor skills. As parents participate in their child’s development, their child learns to paint, play music, and interact socially outside of preschool knitting circles.