Nutritionist in Rosedale

One or Five Recorded Nutritional Lessons with Option for Private Consultations by Wright Health Coach (Up to 65% Off)

Wright Health Coach

Online Deal

$77 $29

Certified holistic health coach guides clients through healthy eating with recording lessons and private phone conversations

6- or 12-Month Subscription to Online Yoga at MyYogaWorks.com (Up to 64% Off)

MyYogaWorks.com

Online Deal

$90 $35

Via streaming videos, highly trained, Yoga Alliance–registered instructors lead lessons catered to a variety of styles and experience levels

$9 for $18 Groupon — Nutrition by Design

Nutrition By Design

3, Bel Air

$18 $9

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One or Two Weight Loss Consultations at Reignite Psychological & Consulting Services, LLC (Up to 57% Off)

Reignite Psychological & Consulting Services, LLC

Capitol Hill

$135 $59

An experienced weight loss consultant meets with guests to discuss creating a healthy relationship to food

$99 for $197 Groupon towards FOODCAMP 101 — Transforming U

Transforming U, LLC

Washington

$197 $99

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$250 for $500 Worth of Nutritionist Services — Zizania, Diet and Nutrition Therapy

Zizania Nutrition Education & Coaching

On Location

$500 $250

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With chiropractic doctorates that crown undergraduate educations in human biology, Doctors of Chiropractic Jarrod Lippy and Joshua Levin bring wisdom and experience to their practice and to their philosophy, which integrates the health of both mind and body and centers around preventative care. The duo perform their back-mending services with the latest in high-tech equipment, including computerized spinal analyses, electrical muscle stimulation, and hydromassage, during which patients lie fully clothed inside a water-massage bed or beneath white-water rapids as pressurized jets assuage tension. The doctors focus on each patient individually, employing their extensive experience in personal and work injuries, lower-back pain, and arthritis to properly diagnose maladies, perform adjustments, and refer patients to additional specialists if necessary.

4600 Wilkens Avenue
Baltimore,
MD
US

After earning her Bikram yoga instructor certification from the practice's founder in 1999, Bikram Choudhury, studio director Sarah Ittmann traveled the world teaching the 26-posture practice throughout the United States, Canada, England, and Ireland. Now settled in Baltimore, Sarah, her husband Henri, and their team of certified Bikram teachers host daily classes in a 2,000-square-foot space. The studio also features ample free parking in the rear of the building.

Since the hot temperatures?which hover around the 100-degree mark?incite healthy sweating and detoxification, staffers regularly steam-wash the antimicrobial, nonslip floor to keep the studio as clean as Mr. Bubble's standup routine. They also provide men's and women's locker rooms equipped with showers, toiletries, and hair-dryers.

911 W 36th St, Ste 22
Baltimore,
MD
US

It's hard to be bored at the MAC. With three locations and a host of unique fitness programs, the fitness center has something for even the most indecisive of exercisers. Want to swim in the saltwater lap pools? Play squash on one of the courts? Take part in a MAC training camp? Or start a specialty regimen in the Kinesis, TRX, or Pilates Reformer studio? Committed to a comprehensive wellness program, staffers offer complimentary consultations for new members, as well as nutritional programs. The trainers at MAC Wellness help guests reach their fitness goals while having fun. Athletes looking to restore pre-injury prowess can also dip into one of the therapy pools or whirlpools with a personal trainer.

655 President St
Baltimore,
MD
US

Karen Wright's journey to become a health coach wasn't easy. In the face of hardship, she discovered that her passion for understanding the effects of healthy eating had a positive influence on her family. Her son, diagnosed with ADHD, was less dependent on medication once he changed his diet, and other family members found their high blood pressure and addiction to sugar lessened with her guidance. Karen drew inspiration from seeing the impact that nutrition and holistic healing had on in her own family. It was this same positive energy that spurred her to hunt down the array of certifications necessary to become a holistic health coach. Today, her services include telephone-based classes that help guests take control of their health by arming them with manageable goals and empowering them with information.

4216 Wickford Road
Baltimore,
MD
US

The health coaches at Baltimore Nutrition understand that change comes easiest with a net of support. So they created a community-driven approach toward wellness—one in which clients work directly with nutrition experts, but also with each other. Peer guidance helps fitness seekers stick with the weight-loss solutions at Baltimore Nutrition, including one-on-one wellness coaching and programs for improved athletic performance. Participants can even fuel their efforts with Baltimore Nutrition's on-the-go meals, which are ideal for munching during busy work days or stalemated games of hide-and-seek.

1005 South Charles Street
Baltimore,
MD
US

Directed by Dr. Lawrence J. Cheskin, Johns Hopkins Weight Management Center focuses on healthy, long-term weight loss plans, personalized to suit each client’s metabolism and individual diet and behavior profile. Their team of dietitians and psychologists work together with an exercise physiologist to craft the programs, which fuse diet modifications, workouts, and occasional prescription appetite suppressants. The team centers their custom diets on natural foods as well as prepackaged meals, working with each participant’s preferences rather than insisting they eat imaginary food made of air.

Bloomberg School of Public Health, 550 N Broadway, Ste 1001
Baltimore,
MD
US