Office director Dr. Michael Brady, DC oversees the body-contouring therapies that coddle frames in a spa-style environment. Specializing in laser fat reduction, technicians aim to clear bodies of cellulite and excess fat as noninvasively as possible without leaving passive-aggressive notes around the body. Body Shaping with Dr. Brady DC also offers Image Skincare products.
Pinnacle Fitness offers a 24hr clean, quiet, and comfortable workout environment. We have a great mix of cardio equipment, free weights, and machines. We also offer great programs for women, men, and athletes. We have two large studios devoted to these programs!
Jazzercise is 60 minutes of cardio, strength training, and stretching that incorporates moves from hip-hop, yoga, Pilates, jazz dance, kickboxing, and resistance training with handheld weights. Dancing with the Stars multiple-champion Cheryl Burke is a big fan of Jazzercise's improvisational workouts, though luckily you won't need her dance moves to get the most out of your class. If you're prone to first-class jitters, though, you can review the basic moves online before you go. Expect to burn off up to 500 calories with each go-round.
Cage Gymnastics loosens limbs, strengthens sinews, and reduces wind resistance with gymnastics, dance, cheer, and tumbling classes. Gymnastics classes promote motor skills, coordination, and self-confidence while thoroughly confusing inner ears. Kids progress through basic gymnastic positions in classes targeted at various skill and age levels. For beginners and young children, choose from four classes that emphasize basic positions and movements: Mighty Munchkins (age 3; child must be potty-trained), 4-year-old gymnastics, 5-year-old gymnastics, and 4- and 5-year-old gymnastics. Older children can spring into three classes where they tackle the vault, uneven bars, balance beam, rainbow diving, and floor exercise: level-one gymnastics (ages 6–8 or 8–11), advanced level-one gymnastics (ages 6–8 or 8–11; child must be able do a cartwheel and handstand), and boys-only gymnastics (ages 5–8 or 8 and up).
Certified yoga teacher Cat McMahon harnesses her 17 years of yoga experience to lead students of all fitness levels through challenging routines of Iyengar yoga. Various classes tone the muscles and improve the motion range of bending bodies with an emphasis on breathing techniques and dynamic seated and standing postures. Restorative yoga employs a variety of props to help students recover from the stress of busy work schedules and weekend dragon slaying, and slower-paced Yoga for the Young at Heart sessions offer older students a less intensive option for greater comfort. Sessions last roughly 90 minutes and are offered throughout the week. The two-hour private session gifts students one-on-one time with an instructor, or two-on-one time should they decide to bring a friend or mannequin for a joint session.
The Shop’s dynamic group workouts emphasize mobility and body control, whipping lethargic muscles into shape without the crowded mechanical mishmash of big gyms. Small groups of 4–12 range in age and abilities but unite under a common flag of functional fitness, employing a slew of sandbags, free weights, and other forms of forceful resistance to usurp despotic fat cells. All classes are led by certified CrossFit trainers, whose battle-tested ethos shines through in a swiftly alternating, circuit-style workout format that shuns routine for a diverse range of movements including lifting, sprinting, jumping, dragging, throwing, and scuttling. These high-speed workouts are designed to accommodate military personnel, police officers, and firefighters who often work under stress and fatigue, emboldening participants to bulldoze mental blockades and drink from untapped sources of personal endurance.