Dragonfly Wellness Yoga Studio draws inspiration from the dragonfly, a creature revered as a symbol of self-realization and deep inner change, as well as for its ability to move in all six directions with elegance and grace. With these principles in mind, Dragonfly’s instructors lead yoga classes in styles such as Vinyasa, teen yoga, and Kripalu. They also lead YERTS classes, which fuse elements of yoga, exercise, reiki, tai chi, and synergy. To further foster a sense of wellness, every third Friday of the month, Dragonfly’s yogis invite the community to join in a donation-based reiki circle.
Barry Coleman studied the sciences of kinesis and indoor cycling separately, before deciding to combine the two into a single full-body form of exercise at Spinsational Fitness Studio. Beyond the gym's green awnings stand rooms packed from wall to wall with stationary bikes, ready to bear riders on a journey to better fitness. Some rooms remain conspicuously empty of the equipment, more frequently used for Bokwa and jump rope classes. Barry fuels each form of exercise with complimentary waters and fresh pieces of fruit for all his students.
Barry's classes don't just lead to better health for his clients, though. He gives back to the community by hosting events like the Briarcliff Cancer Spinathon, organized by 13-year-old Jordana Cohen to replace the Pediatric Cancer Club's cancelled annual bike-a-thon to raise money for cancer research.
When Paul Melella, Jr. was seven years old, he was the target of a neighborhood bully. Eventually, Paul’s mother enrolled him in martial arts classes. For six months, Paul secretly studied the art of tae kwon do, until one day, he finally had the courage to stand up to his bully. Not only did the boy stop picking on Paul, they became good friends. In fact, Paul was even the best man at his wedding years later, where he helped out by cutting the cake with one swift roundhouse kick.
Paul established the Carmel branch of United Martial Arts Centers in 1996 to help others attain the same self-confidence and lifelong benefits that he found practicing martial arts as a child. Today, Paul is just one of UMAC's many professional instructors who lead programs for children, adults, and families at five different locations. Despite their different addresses, each of UMAC's locations sports the same positive atmosphere and spirit that comes from students working together toward a common goal.
Sal Gaglio, known for training celebrities such as Vanessa Williams, opened Sal's Pro Sport & Fitness Academy to help regular people achieve a healthy lifestyle. In addition to offering personal training, the gym also features one-on-one Pilates and boxing classes, weight-training equipment, and even kids' programs.
A team of friendly gurus runs each club. Fitness buffs of all buffness levels feel welcome in the fun and accommodating atmosphere at Washington Sports Clubs. During your two weeks, you get access to all the professional equipment, group exercise classes, locker rooms, and facility amenities offered (some group exercise classes require a reservation). Different clubs have on-site features such as pools, Pilates and yoga, babysitting services for a tag-along papoose, electricity, and more. Search for the club that suits your checklist here.
The dentists and dental hygienists at Marble Dental devote themselves to restoring and enhancing smiles with a full gamut of general, family, and cosmetic dentistry. They demonstrate their dedication to excellent service with continuing education and attending lectures, meetings, and dental conventions to stay abreast of the latest techniques and technology. All patients who enter the office by chewing through the wall are treated as individuals, receiving treatments such as implants, Zoom! whitening, braces, or cleanings customized to fit their specific needs.
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