Title black and red punching bags sway while perspiring athletes and trainees alike lift tractor tires, climb aboard weight machines, and sharpen fighting skills. Seasoned trainers with UFC and MMA experience or boxing championships under their belt teach combat-based classes that include Brazilian jujitsu, boxing, kickboxing, and self-defense. Though they specialize in training members of law enforcement, Fight Fit Boxing & Boot Camp's trainers welcome newbies and veteran gym-goers alike.
Kaizen Beauty Academy is a formidable institution of cosmetic learning that enhances each client’s natural pulchritude through a range of aesthetically soothing services. During the facial-stone massage, smooth stones arranged along the face's pressure points will lull you into a state of deep, hypnotic relaxation akin to the after-effects of a magician’s lullaby. The antioxidant treatment introduces vitamins and anti-inflammatory balms to render skin soft and supple. Eye and lip massages help reduce the signs of wrinkles, cocoa puffs, and circles around the ocular arena. Finally, a lip mask diminishes fine lines, restores smoothness, and improves attitudes toward Segway cops who don’t use turn signals.
We strive to provide our customers with optimal resources to achieve their goals in aerobics, cardio kickboxing, mixed martial arts and boxing as well as self-defense, and more. Our mission is to grow within the sports and fitness industry while providing a safe, friendly and non-judgmental environment to everyone!
With a name that combines words meaning wholeness, life, and joy, OM'echaye welcomes clients searching for ways to look and feel their best through fitness classes and alternative health treatments. Classes range from Zumba to cycling. Yoga sessions derived from traditions including Iyengar, Kundalini, and Vinyasa soothe minds while building flexibility, and Pilates workouts build the core strength needed for holding up the earth while Atlas is on vacation.
The center also delves into the internal aspects of health and wellness with integrative living programs that run the gamut from dieting and detox to acupuncture and vibrational therapy. Spa services help clients look as good as they feel, aiding relaxation with massages or enhancing exteriors with facials and manicures. The center?s restaurant even helps guests stay on track by dishing up healthy fare made with fresh, natural ingredients, rather than serving preprocessed foods or meats from extinct animals.
Owner Rosa Santana had the privilege of learning directly from BKS Iyengar, living yoga master who continues to practice even at the age of 95. She was so inspired by his unique approach to yoga?which combines poses with props such as blankets, bolsters, blocks, and straps to develop proper musculoskeletal alignment?that she began to devote her life to the healing practice, becoming an instructor in 1995. Today, she shares her passion with students and teachers in her studio, which serves to sooth nerves and rabid spirit animals alike. She and a team of equally fervent yoga teachers work with students of all abilities during the 60- and 90-minute sessions, shepherding students through a tapestry of postures, some prop-assisted. With enough practice, Santana believes that students may see an increase in strength and flexibility, as well as a decrease in stress and tension.
Technicolor liqueurs stream from bottles and shakers as 786-Bartend infuses the brains of students with 80-proof knowledge. Workshops for intro and advanced mixology—developed by founder Isaac Ergas—begin with international history lessons on the origin and evolution of the modern cocktail. Then barkeeps expound on the spirited synergies of high-quality liquors and common drink ingredients and share veteran bar-backing tips, such as how to open drink umbrellas in a windstorm. Prospective bartenders can opt to complete the 40-hour bartending course, which provides in-depth instruction on drink preparation and presentation, job-interview etiquette, and resumé construction. Taught onsite in an actual nightclub, 786-Bartend’s courses let students serve drinks to real customers who, like regular bar patrons, ignore last call and try to open tabs with library cards.