The physician-led programs at Club Reduce approach weight loss via two holistic approaches that are informed by science. Comprehensive programs may spring fully grown from the cranium of Zeus or from one-on-one consultations, during which practitioners may send samples of clients’ saliva or hair to the lab for analysis that will reveal hormone imbalances, or they might direct clients to input their diet into a computer system that will highlight vitamin deficiencies. These programs target personal obstacles to slimming down, such as hormone irregularities and sugar dependency, and may be tailored to relieve chronic headaches or allergies or restore health to lackluster skin. The second path sidesteps regimes in favor of three discreet, relaxing treatments that aim to noninvasively jumpstart the metabolism and catalyze natural detoxification processes.
Platinum Twirl Pole Fitness’s instructors cater to exercisers looking for an alternative to the average workout, leading them through confidence-boosting pole fitness classes designed to work the whole body. They introduce novices to the fundamental moves, such as the fireman spin and martini spin, in the basic pole fitness class before building upon foundations in the intermediate and advanced classes. In addition to offering pole fitness courses and private lessons, they teach other fitness classes, including Zumba, chair dancing, and co-ed total body strengthening sessions with free-weights. They also host parties for bachelorettes, gal pals, or elderly knitting circles in search of new and exciting ways to celebrate a night out.
The trained technicians at Radiant Skin Laser Center use lasers and intense pulsed light to target a wide variety of cosmetic maladies, including wrinkles, spider veins, acne, and unwanted body hair. To work toward client comfort, they harness a Palomar StarLux 500 laser and other gear during noninvasive treatments that result in little to no downtime and skin as clear as a computer-generated night sky.
Celebrity fitness guru Suzanne Bowen poured more than a decade of exhaustive physiological study into the BarreAmped method, the driving force behind Above The Barre Fitness. Though the method pulls from dance, Pilates, and yoga, it remains completely unique in that pupils lean upon a ballet barre as they incorporate small, exact movements into intense poses and stretches. Up-tempo beats and instructors bent on perfecting postures also distinguish the group or individual workouts from alternative forms of exercise, such as throwing medicine balls at passing geese. With regular practice, BarreAmped can reinvigorate the metabolism, culminating in toned bodies and long, lean muscles.
Dr. William Meadows strives to helps patients live as the healthiest, happiest versions of themselves. The doctor curates a list of services that better the body in terms of both health and beauty. After dropping pounds with a weight-management program or a hormone-replacement treatment, patients can turn to microdermabrasion, dermal fillers, or photofacials to revive the skin without having to perform CPR on every pore. Technicians also operate a variety of laser-based technologies that can clear up complexions, blast away unwanted hair, or help eliminate veins on the legs or face.
Experts in traditional and alternative medicine led by David Minkoff, MD, work to uncover and resolve the underlying causes behind health issues at LifeWorks Wellness Center. Treatments combine holistic techniques such as homeopathy and kinesiology with high-tech procedures such as pulsed-energy therapy, which can help soothe chronic swelling and pain. Additionally, Dr. George Springer specializes in treating the symptoms and the underlying causes of fatigue problems, whether they stem from hormone imbalance, thyroid problems or other issues. The recently incorporated skincare program, led by nurse practitioner Sue Morgan, includes Botox and other wrinkle-reducing treatments that can help boost clients' self-esteem and the likelihood of faces getting carded when buying milk shakes.