Dr. Feiler has practiced dentistry for more than 30 years. His emphasis on continuing education has helped the practice's dentists and hygienists to keep their cosmetic, preventive, and surgical treatments current. Onsite specialists are highly qualified to treat oral ailments from misaligned teeth to periodontal disease and sleep apnea.
Dr. Kevin Hall has specialized in functional and regenerative medicine for 25 years. As the chief medical officer of Do Well Be Well, he supervises an extensive roster of non-invasive treatments. Dr. Hall is also certified in energy healing and acupressure, and he fuses his backgrounds in Eastern and Western medical disciplines to customize treatment plans for his patients. Treatments aim to restore balance, beauty, and overall wellness, ranging from facials to hyperbaric chamber sessions.
Hands-on experience can be a bonus in most educational programs, but with massage, it's a necessity. The Institute For Therapeutic Massage makes that vital step in the educational process a boon to their clients as well, offering affordable Swedish massage sessions in a supervised environment. Students undergo extensive tests of their knowledge and hands-on skills before they're cleared to start untying shoulder knots, and a licensed massage therapist watches on as tension melts away. In addition to the core Massage and Bodywork Program, students can pursue additional training in Oncology Massage, Eastern Bodywork, and Personal Training.
BFF Fitness Boot Camp blends the high-energy atmosphere of a gym with the support system and nutrition advice of a weight-loss center. The certified personal trainers motivate fitness-seekers of all levels with positive reinforcement. They stage monthly weight-loss contests to celebrate achievement and fuel a healthy competitive spirit in their students, and write up detailed fitness reports every six weeks that outline workout results, areas of improvement, and frozen-meat-slab-punching speeds. Even their indoor air-conditioned gymnastics-style facility is supportive, outfitted with cushioned floors to reduce the joint stress of already low-impact boot-camp workouts. To further help their clients reach their fitness goals, they offer group personal training and nutrition counseling.
Before opening Mindful Body, Maria Ortega-Murphy spent more than 20 years as a technical trainer in the software industry. Immersed in this intense, often stressful environment, she carved out a fortress of solitude in her decades-long love of yoga and began intensifying her studies of mind and body health. Convinced that she could help people improve their holistic health, she trained for her yoga teaching certification from the Yoga-Vedanta Forest Academy, an internationally recognized organization.
Along with a team of yogis, each of whom holds a 200-hour certification, Maria guides group and private yoga classes through calming asanas inside a soothing, welcoming studio space. Building on traditional yoga, the trifecta of instructors helps students sweat out stress and toxins in hot yoga, rehab injured frames in restorative yoga, or build agility and strength in more strenuous Hatha, Pilates, and yoga sculpt sessions. Most of the classes, including guided meditation, aim to balance the mind and body as well as increase body awareness, which can improve posture, control over physical stress, and the ability to tell which mouth to feed during hectic dinner parties.
The trainers at Temple Qinesis take a holistic approach to fitness. That means they exercise not only the body but also the heart and mind. Their integrative method includes personal training, group classes such as CrossFit, and private yoga paired with nutritional counseling. With the ultimate aim being personal and community growth, exercisers can also take a break from the physical to play a game of chess against a new friend or someone who's been hogging the machine you want.