GNC's Smoothie Bars blend up a healthy variety of fruit and supplement-infused frozen beverages with 15 flavorful concoctions in its smoothie lineup. Sip from one of GNC's fruit-filled smoothies, such as the sweet Cherry Baby, a synthesis of cherries, pineapple, strawberries, and banana, or indulge in a creamy creation, such as the Peanut Butter Surprise, a medley of peanut butter, banana, and milk. An early Shot of NRG, pumped with ginseng and guarana, provides a healthy alternative to one's usual donuts-and-cotton-candy morning routine, and smoothies such as the strawberry- and banana-assisted Popular Vote can replace calorie-laden afternoon snacks.
Aesthetician Tamara Teuscher has spent the last 14 years revamping the mugs on her clients. Her facials combat dry, oily, and acne-prone skin with exfoliations, extractions, and custom masks. She also tints lashes and brows to match customers? favorites jelly bean, waxes off unwanted facial hair, and performs facial peels for anti-aging and sun spots.
Complete Nutrition provides a variety of nutritional supplements for weight loss, sports nutrition, and healthy aging. For those who have accidentally stored too much food for the winter, the Envision line of weight-loss supplements ($39–$99) can help empty stuffed pouches and cheeks. Herbal cleanses ($16–$59) aid in toxin cleansing and rejuvenation, and Muscle Milk protein powder ($29–$59) flows straight to the muscles, giving them the brawn necessary to finally overthrow the archaic skeletal system. No bodily system is overlooked in the product array, including the immune system, which can recharge via various natural antioxidants ($39–$49).
Doctor of Chiropractic Drew Barnabei says no to drugs. Inside this holistic practice, he only uses natural therapies to remove pain and discomfort. Through chiropractic, nutrition, and acupuncture, he and his fellow doctors treat all manners of disease and even help overcome infertility. Meanwhile, massage therapy manipulates the body?s soft tissue structures to improve circulation and range of motion while releasing toxins.
By combining the techniques she learned while earning certification in hypnotherapy and a degree in psychology, Frankie Elder teaches her clients to regain self-control and begin living more fulfilling lives by helping them adjust their perspective. Her treatments work to realign subconscious thoughts with conscious desires, empowering visitors with a combination of suggestion and self-discovery exercises. At no time do clients lose the ability to make decisions for themselves. Instead, Frankie's sessions can help them learn how to make conscious choices in everyday life with a renewed sense of motivation and self-confidence.
Those sessions don't involve a stereotypical swinging pendulum. Rather, the hypnotist's voice lulls patrons into a calm state, from which they emerge relaxed and ready to make life choices they're happy about. The choices might include conscious efforts to develop personal relationships, overcome stressful thoughts, or even cease addictive habits, such as smoking or singing Happy Birthday in Esperanto.
Mani Pedi Me's trained technicians don't perform facials. They don't cut hair, and they don't do waxing. Instead, they focus 100% of their beautification prowess on improving the appearance of clients' hands and feet. While guests relax in one of the studio's cozy massage chairs, the staff pretties up appendages with basic mani-pedis, nail art, and acrylic applications. The crew also often makes use of Shellac polish, which dries quickly under UV-lights and remains chip-free for up to 14 days so long as recipients can avoid scratch-and-sniff chalkboards.