By combining natural therapies with medical treatments, Lemire Clinic strives to reduce stress, pain, and anxiety, as well as manage symptoms and promote their clientele’s health spheres. Its services seek to cleanse the body of the chemical, heavy-metal, and environmental toxins naturally absorbed from innocent bystanding or felonious smashing of old-timey thermometers. Ionic foot-bath detoxification immerses leg-hands into a warm spa basin for 20–30 minutes (a $140 value for four sessions). A special sea salt is added to initiate detoxification and keep toe noodles from sticking together. This process can mobilize residues and wastes stored within the body, while its proponents boast its ability to promote organ function and auto-detoxification. Swimmers of these miniature oceans have reported alleviation of ailments such as migraines, hypertension, psoriasis, arthritis, and more.
Detox-Chi’s ionic foot cleanses are designed to banish stress while naturally balancing the body's bioelectric field. As clients relax in a comfortable chair for 30 to 40 minutes, negative ions in the warm ionic foot bath gently usher troublemaking toxins out of the body through the pores of the feet. The hot-spring-like treatment receives rave reviews from users, who report increased energy, improved mental clarity, decreased stress, and allergy relief.
Practicing a modern adaptation of traditional Chinese medicine techniques, Lauren harnesses ancient practices to restore balance in her patients as she holistically combats a variety of ailments. Specializing in extensive pulse diagnosis gleaned from her education at Dragon Rises College of Oriental Medicine, Lauren uses gentle pin-prick pressure to alleviate digestive disorders, stress, depression, headaches, and back pain. Lauren's treatments may inspire you to find curative uses for other sewing implements, like thimble band-aids and spare button-based tissues.
Poly-certified instructor Jen King conducts yogis of all ages and abilities through calorie-cooking Vinyasa workouts. Over the course of an hour, the spacious studio is heated to a purifying 90 degrees, becoming a Zen oven in which flimsy frames are kneaded into muscular, stress-free pretzels. Power yoga is a flowing, intensive workout, so students should be sure to bring water, a towel, and motivational bendy straws, to keep their spiritual engine churning. Classes are held Mondays at 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. and 6:45 p.m.
Femme Addiction teaches an empowering brand of brass-bound gymnastics that builds core strength and confidence through sensual routines as well as traditional workouts that build muscles in a positive group setting. During lessons, students safely improve slinkiness by twirling seductively around a pole as an accredited instructor offers tips and tricks. Participants soon generate lither limbs, toned torsos, and the ability to tantalize shy museum curators by deftly scaling Ionic columns. For those interested in more traditional exercise, five 60-minute body transformation sessions offer an old-school workout regime complemented by accountability, nutrition planning, and motivational halftime speeches. Consult the schedule to finalize your bar-beguiling itinerary.
Even though he’s armed with an arsenal of up-to-the-minute training and corrective exercise knowledge, Gaines Performance founder Aaron Gaines still puts his trust in the tried-and-true methods of traditional strength training. Solely dedicated to strength training, his studio helps students achieve their fitness and weight loss goals through trusted methods. His private studio allows him to tailor each fitness program he conducts to the needs of his clients, whether they’re seeking post-injury rehab or toning up for driver's license photos.
For personal training, he begins each session with an in-depth interview and health screening to identify areas of weakness, then he plans his programs accordingly. While focusing on proper technique, clients will lift weights from the bench, perform suspension-band-assisted body-weight exercises, and fling around a tractor tire. For a small-group experience, Aaron leads boot camps of no more than eight students.