The technicians at Slim Centers use the power of light to help their clients trim girth from problem spots such as the belly, thighs, and love handles. During their Slim-Light treatments, light energy penetrates stubborn adipose cells, tricking them into releasing their excess water and fatty content. The body then deals with this unwanted material the only way it knows how: by flushing it away during regularly scheduled lymphatic processes. In addition to slimming away inches, these treatments are more relaxing than a nap on a beanbag full of lavender and require none of the exertion affiliated with a trip to the gym.
The professionals at Whetton Weight Loss and Wellness Center take a multi-faceted approach to helping their clients shed pounds and gain health. Personalized evaluations help the experts recommend various treatments, which might include dietary programs or noninvasive procedures. They might suggest a session in the infrared sauna, which employs heat to burn calories and promote detoxification. They could advise a body wrap designed to smooth the appearance of cellulite. Or perhaps they would oversee a nonsurgical laser lipo treatment that could contour specific areas and trim inches. By offering a number of treatment options, the staff is able to design personalized regimens that take visitors' needs, goals, and favorite colors into account to encourage lasting results.
Led by Dr. Dale Richards, chiropractic physician, the doctor and technicians at Absolutely Beautiful Spa & Wellness Center administer non-invasive treatments to reduce body circumferences and create slimmer silhouettes. After a free personal assessment, Dr. Richards can recommend LipoLaser and electro body procedures to melt away fat with lasers, electric stimulation, or sappy love songs. In addition to technological procedures, a registered dietitian is available to guide clients toward healthier diets with weight-loss programs customized to individual goals.
Lighthouse keepers safely guide ships to shore through turbulent, rocky waters in total darkness. Navigating today’s sea of health and fitness information can be equally overwhelming, so the trainers at Lighthouse Fitness take on a similar role to their spiritual predecessors. They guide gym members to healthier lifestyles, working to remove some of the obstacles along the way. In addition to leading motivational group fitness classes such as yoga or cardio boxing, they provide complimentary personal-training sessions and childcare services, which free parents to hit the treadmill without duct-taping their toddlers to their backs.
They dedicate a huge portion of their space to their indoor rock-climbing structure, which boasts more than 300 routes wending across its colorfully speckled surface. Further helping clients look their best, they treat them to purely beauty-focused services with a tanning spa and a full-service hair salon.
Trilogy Medical Center's team of aestheticians and registered nurses perform med-spa services that range from hormone therapy to permanent makeup. The team applies their expertise to bio-identical hormone therapy, which can halt early menopause in men and women. Botox, Dysport, and other cosmetic injections battle the effects of aging, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and chemical peels and microdermabrasion shoo away lingering skin cells from the face's front porch.
Hawaii. A boy dives off a cliff into shallow water and loses his eyesight after impact. Over the next months, the boy undergoes acupuncture treatments with Dr. Maekawa. As the doctor arranges the needles that restore blood flow to the boy's injured areas, her apprentice, Regan Archibald, watches closely. When the boy's eyes fill with vision again, Archibald understands the power of Chinese medicine to heal the body.
In 2004, Regan Archibald opened East West Health in Salt Lake City. He draws together complementary aspects of Eastern and Western medicine with the help of a medical doctor and nurse practitioner on staff. Together, they use acupuncture, clinical testing, and nutrition programs to treat disparate ailments, from anxiety and allergies to tennis elbow and whack-a-mole shoulder. According to Archibald, many patients are surprised to learn that acupuncture and ancient herbal medicine can also remedy gastrointestinal disorders, such as chronic diverticulitis.
Three times a year, Regan Archibald leaves the bamboo plants and earth tones of his clinic to return to Hawaii on a raft made of needles and mugwort. On the same island where he watched Dr. Maekawa restore a boy's eyesight, he broadens his knowledge of Chinese medicine and hones his skills in acupuncture modalities such as seitai shinpo. Archibald is one of only 13 certified practitioners of seitai shinpo, a method centered on the spine and its network of nerves.