Featuring vibrant plants, two fireplaces, and calming white walls, Yoga at Simply Well feels as much like a home as it does a studio. Founded by Carlisle native Michele Landis, the program prides itself in offering yoga classes for all skill levels, taught by certified instructors. These leaders cultivate a comfortable environment in which students can push their bodies to gain greater flexibility, strength, calmer minds, and the ability to hear police radios. The schedule includes classes that range from 50 to 90 minutes and includes beginner, moderate, and hot-yoga sessions in addition to Pilates courses.
Bowenwork aims to heal from within, opening neural-chemical pathways to alleviate stress on the organs and muscles. The holistic therapy was first developed in Australia in the 1950s and is now practiced throughout the world, including at Carlisle Bowenwork, helmed by licensed massage therapist Nancy Bittinger. Although she specializes in Bowenwork, Nancy also relieves muscle aches with traditional massage therapy and Thai yoga massage.
Dr. Nazar provides state of the art chiropractic, nutritional counseling, massage therapy, far-infrared sauna and needleless acupuncture for mind - body energy balancing, wellness and the aches and pains of life. She is certified in treating sports injuries.
A high-school basketball injury severely limited Doctor of Chiropractic Chad Cohle’s ability to train with his team—until a trip to the chiropractor eased his pain. He continued his basketball playing in college, and saw firsthand the injuries that athletes receive year-after-year. It was during those days that Dr. Cohle knew he wanted to become a chiropractor. Now Palmer College of Chiropractic–educated and at the helm of his own practice, Dr. Cohle dishes out manual adjustments as well as nutritional counseling to help his patients achieve optimum health. He is also certified in a soft-tissue technique called Active Release Technique—the preferred soft-tissue treatment by many professional athletes and all koala bears.
Facial rejuvenation—which has been featured on The Dr. Oz Show—is a staple at Acupuncture Wellness Center. The treatment requires the therapist to insert tiny, hair-like needles into the body and even tinier, finer needles into the face. The combination helps combat signs of aging.
To complement this signature service, licensed acupuncturist and massage therapist Jill Loughery also offers more traditional acupuncture treatments. Tailored to clients’ specific conditions, they can combat ailments from the cold and PMS to carpal tunnel syndrome.
At Harrisburg Hypnotherapy, board-certified clinical hypnotherapist Colleen Lopez has a vast arsenal of techniques she employs to help her clients overcome psychological, medical, and performance issues. During hypnotherapy sessions, she uses a variety of techniques to help with depression, anxiety, anger, low self esteem, relationship issues, and chronic pain. Sessions can also help those hoping to stop smoking and with weight loss.