Qi Works Studio gives students the chance to get fit while learning techniques that have been used for thousands of years. Classes at Qi Works, such as the martial art Tai Chi Chuan, are based in QiGong ? ancient Chinese principles dating back more than 4,000 years, which can help increase energy and concentration. The studio also leads small-group classes in Tai Chi, QiGong, toning, Zumba, and yoga, all of which are practiced in a studio that's open to students of all ages.
At Pure Motion Sports and Spine, Doctor of Chiropractic Jenna Titcombe aims to give patients an alternative to surgery and pills. Instead of resorting to invasive treatments, Dr. Titcombe stimulates the body's ability to self heal. To do so, she unburdens nervous systems of encroaching vertebrae by guiding them into place. One of the first chiropractors in the Greenville area to specialize in soft-tissue injuries, Dr. Titcombe also helps patients overcome muscular injury with kinesio taping and corrective exercises.
During your two personal training sessions, one of ZX Fitness’ experienced personal trainers will work with you to assemble exercises that help you best accomplish your fitness goals, be they tightening your core, shedding extra pounds, improving muscular strength, or picking winning bingo cards. Then you’ll be let loose to use your newfound knowledge and six-week pass during all ZX Fitness group fitness classes and in its fully-loaded facility, which has cardio decks, basketball courts, free weights, large locker rooms, circuit training equipment, juice bars, a supervised children’s area, and more. Group fitness classes, of which there are more than 20, include cycling, dance, kickboxing, yoga, Pilates, and strength training. Unwind after a day of sweating and stretching by watching a sports game on one of the many HDTVs, or warm your socks while dehydrating fresh prunes in the sauna. Class schedules differ at each location.
After a car accident left him with persistent pain, David H. Mruz experienced the holistic healing power of chiropractic adjustments firsthand. Having found his calling, he went on to become a doctor of chiropractic at Sherman College of Chiropractic. Now at Eastside Chiropractic, he offers the same services that set him right after the accident, plus he offers sports injury management, cold-laser treatments, and massage therapy. He treats competitive cyclists by honing in on their unique concerns about ergonomics, performance, and pinky strain from excessive bell ringing.