Diane Curriden might wear a variety of different hats—she's a personal trainer, yoga teacher, and an alternative healer—but helping her clients feel great and heal naturally is always the goal. At Valley Alternative Healing, she helps her clients with a variety of health ailments and concerns, including depression, weight management, and headaches. She provides heart-centered therapy and reiki healing along with personal training, yoga, and lymphatic therapy.
At All Sport Fitness Center, a comprehensive collection of cardio machines, free weights, and functional exercise equipment waits patiently to be incorporated into visitors’ exercise routines. A team of personal trainers, meanwhile, works to keep trainees motivated with one-on-one sessions, as well as a range of group fitness classes such as Pilates, yoga, spinning, and All Sports Fit, a boot-camp style session.
The certified instructors at Bloom Yoga keep class sizes small, allowing them to teach yoga, Pilates, and NIA classes with personal attention paid to each student. The All Levels yoga class gives students a taste of several styles of yoga, while the beginning yoga class teaches attendees the basics of hatha.
Walnut Pier Health Club's cardio and strength equipment is utilized throughout 15 courses that get bodies moving. The accommodating daily schedule begins at 4:30 a.m. on weekdays, making it the ideal choice for fishermen who prefer to cast their hooks in outdoor heated pools that host aquatics classes. Stationary bike wheels rotate clients into healthy leg orbits during the Cycle classes; Zumba pumps Latin-inspired beats to inspire soaring heart rates; and myriad other aerobic classes usher members into the robust, perspirational world of fitness. In the on-site sauna, tuckered muscles recover and rest after vigorous workouts, energetic classes, and flexing for giggling courtesans.