Bridget Yanni has gained an intimate knowledge of the body?s complex structural systems and physical potential during her dedicated yoga practice and 16 years as a massage therapist. She puts it to the test as she leads a group of certified instructors at Amma Yanni Yoga at Amma Center, where they cultivate a welcoming atmosphere for students at any point on their journey to physical and mental wellness. During group and private hatha classes, they emphasize alignment while lengthening muscles and conditioning tendons, which reduces stress on ligaments already burdened by Macarena marathons. This specialized combination of breath linked with movement boosts flexibility, stamina, and strength, as they lead students through a dynamic flow of postures entwined with meditation exercises, offering individual corrections along the way. When they?re not leading sun salutations, the dedicated instructors help others travel along the yogi?s path with teacher-training programs. The studio also hosts workshops that include guest teachers and chanting exercises.
Throughout her career in therapeutic massage, Bridget developed her own form of neuromuscular integration and structural reeducation, and further helps her clients heal with this restorative system. She also helps to ease her clients? pain with therapeutic massage, polarity therapy, and reiki massage.
After graduating from medical school, Dr. David Horvath didn’t want to leave the classroom behind. He decided to continue training in plastic surgery at the IU Medical Center before completing a fellowship with the prestigious Plastic Surgery Associates of Miami, Florida. Finally, he opened his own practice, but still groomed his interest in academia by participating in numerous training programs while teaching other plastic surgeons at the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic.
All of this teaching and training has garnered Dr. Horvath a respected reputation as a doctor who treats plastic surgery as both a medical practice and an artistic expression. His diverse array of skills allows him to offer most types of plastic surgery treatments available, all of which are performed in a private facility that's outfitted with the latest in medical technology.
Board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Edward Kole calls on his skills and experience as the medical director of Kole Plastic Surgery Center. In a video welcome on the clinic's site, he assures new patients that he'll take time to respond to every question and concern they express. This attention to detail and personal responsiveness carries on in his practice as he personally administers all of the cosmetic fillers and wrinkle-reducing Botox. For added convenience, Kole Plastic Surgery Center offers daytime and evening appointments.
Dr. Scott Chapin has built his solid reputation on myriad breast augmentations, tummy tucks, and liposuction treatments performed over the last 15 years. At Chapin Aesthetics, he shepherds a staff with the same stringent work ethic and aim toward improving the way clients look and feel. The clinic offers a number of non-surgical procedures, including skin-smoothing Botox injections and chemical peels. Laser treatments, meanwhile, successfully remove unwanted body hair, acne, spider veins, and tattoos, as well as tattoos of once-loved spider veins that have since broken up.
The full-body wrap at Body Works Wellness Spa swaddles limbs and torsos in a wrap that is heated and treated with toxin banishers to help tone physiques and moisturize the skin. Clients don disposable skivvies as an aesthetician carefully envelops the shoulders, back, and abdomen with warm cloths and individually wraps each arm and leg like a well-sealed zebra cake. Wrapped bodies then soak in a sauna for a 30-minute heat bath that ignites the slimming and detoxifying powers of the wrap. After emerging from their warm cocoons, clients wipe off and walk away rejuvenated and ready to face the day’s onslaught of flying pies.
Bucks County Wellness Centre's muscle manipulators and Skin Envy's throng of façade fixers combine efforts to rejuvenate weary anatomies with therapeutic services. Unlike the icy grip of an automated kneading bot, a hot-stone massage employs the warmth and pressure of smooth stones to target musculoskeletal pain and alleviate aches on targeted areas of the body. The soothing, 60-minute session also works to improve circulation, reduce swelling, and promote relaxation. During an Antioxidant Infusions facial, a trained aesthetician swaddles visages in a Institut' DERMed solution containing natural ingredients that increase product penetration and effectiveness. Aimed at maintaining skin health and lifting facial pigment, the 40-minute treatment brightens the complexion and improves clarity, leaving faces radiant enough to effectively distract advancing hordes of slow lorises.