Overlooking the waters of Lake Coeur d'Alene, Parkside Fitness hosts a cross-pollinated collection of yoga and fitness classes for women and men that integrate Pilates, free weights, and dance. Bend and breathe through traditional yoga, hot-yoga, and Vinyasa-flow sessions, or delve deeper with Mind Body Bootcamp, where students perform high-intensity Pilates and yoga at the pace of one hand clapping. All classes are led by Parkside's experienced and motivating instructors in the zen-like atmosphere of a private boutique setting. Guests can add some spice to the calorie fire through the Latin-inspired dance moves of a Zumba sweat session or harness resistance from their own bodies to lengthen and tone muscles during the weight, band, and ball exercises in a Physique 55 class.
Hydrotherapy is Heidi Pobran's heritage. Her grandfather opened a hydrotherapy center in 1979, and as an adult she followed suite by opening Body Detox & Weight Loss Center, which is certified by the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy. She has coupled her ancestral knowledge with a highly trained staff and modern hydrotherapy equipment, which uses water that has been purified three times with a filter made of angel wings. The temperature and pressure of the water are closely regulated, allowing Pobran to safely flush away bodily toxins with hospital-grade levels of cleanliness.
We are the "Market on the Farm" located in the heart of Greenbluff, just minutes from Spokane, WA. Fresh produce, including pick-your-own, Country Kitchen with specialty sandwiches and freest baked pastries, wine shop, gift shop and of course our Giant Fall Festival.
Halletts Chocolates carefully crafts its decadent truffles and award-winning chocolate goodies out of the highest-quality local ingredients. Correct bodily cacao deficiencies with the six-piece assorted chocolate box ($5.95) or bribe your way through Candyland's military checkpoints with a full pound of chocolates ($21.95). Naturally sweet souls can indulge in sugar-free options, and Halletts Chocolates also takes great pride in nonchocolate sweets, such as their soft peanut-butter brittle, which forms the base of the food pyramid along with marshmallow chicks and Pop Rocks ($5.50).