Technology evolved at a different rate than the human body, and as a result, posture issues are very common. That's the contention of licensed massage therapist Barbara Merschen, who draws on more than 30 years of experience to help bridge this gap with her custom bodywork. Barbara offers a menu of noninvasive therapies as diverse as her clientele, ranging from herbal medicine to flowing Swedish strokes and Thai acupressure.
Max Muscle found its feet in 1990, when a group of athletes set out to build a brand of supplements that would effectively boost performance. From this concept grew a national sports-nutrition franchise, with a spectrum of supplements that helps to nurture weight loss, maintain overall health, bolster muscle mass, and build endurance for marathon games of Go Fish. At more than 100 locations across the United States and through an expansive online store, Max’s muscle mavens dispense multivitamins and protein shakes to both solo customers and affiliated personal trainers. Max Muscle locations also aid customers in beginning their wellness journey through nutrition consultations, where certified staff members draft nutrition plans tailored to clients’ specific bodily needs and lifestyle.
Real Food Company's mission, since it was founded in the 1960s, has remained unchanged. The grocery store provides its neighborhoods with food that's relatively unprocessed and free of artificial additives, preservatives, and warlock curses. So, what kinds of groceries fall within the bounds of this lofty mission? Lots. The store stocks row after row of fruits and vegetables, which are organic and sustainably raised wherever possible. It also boasts a huge range of natural cleaners and supplements, as well as staples such as snacks, bread, and more.