As he explained on Park City Television's Mountain Morning Show, Cory Hymas realized about 10 years ago that he was carrying around 65 pounds of excess weight. Though he was uncomfortable and unhappy, it wasn't until he found himself holding his breath just to be able to tie his shoes that he decided to take action. Hymas believed that the best way to learn about health and fitness was to teach others about it. As the CEO of Inspired Life Center, he now has the opportunity to do just that.
Today, Hymas helps individuals to explore the link between their emotional and physical selves, and recognize that the way they feel is just as important as their nutrition and exercise. His compassionate staff keeps clients accountable for their dietary choices at regular meetings, and empowers them with life principles, tools, and products that allow them to move past their personal barriers. The team can also enhance natural results with high-frequency ultrasonic-liposuction treatments, which work to trim inches without invasive methods such as surgery or scolding them away.
Stress. Poor circulation. Limited range of motion. All of that can slip away once one of the licensed therapists at Elements Massage gets involved. Each week, the studio opens up hundreds of massage appointments, which represent opportunities to simply relax or rid oneself of a range of issues. Each therapist has trained in deep tissue and swedish massage, and many have experience in other techniques?from prenatal therapy to hot stone massage. But before they ever knead a muscle or activate the body's secret levitation mode, the therapists consult closely with each client, pinpointing his or her issues and coming up with the best possible treatment plan.