Clients can regain their health and improve their physiques at Advanced Medical Weight Loss & Wellness Centers. Physician-supervised staffers customize plans according to each individual's lifestyle and weight-loss goals, be it dropping a few excess pounds, lowering their cholesterol, or being able to fit into the fashionable onesies of their youth. They promote weight loss on a variety of fronts, administering metabolism-boosting supplements, creating meal plans, and providing one-on-one counseling.
The trainers at New Life Fitness Training know that most fitness programs fail. They're often one-size-fits-all or overly focused on physical fitness. Though the New Life program incorporates three workouts per week, it also prioritizes a weekly health and wellness class, dubbed "the most important portion of the program." In between sweat sessions, clients learn healthy eating habits and attitudes and develop personal caloric plans.
Designed and led by Christopher Wagemann, a former drill instructor for the army, and Carly Gerstel, a yoga expert, New Life's programs also emphasize mental wellness. Most plans include relaxing weekly yoga classes and practical-application sessions involving nature hikes and one-on-one therapy sessions with trained squirrels. To make the health and wellness programs more convenient for parents, Kim Retting—the on-staff childcare professional with a degree in psychology—leads childcare sessions that also incorporate light activities.
Visiting Imperial Health Spa is like stepping back in time—to a Roman bathhouse, to be precise. The Las Vegas location's white-columned exterior resembles an ancient Italian palace, and features approximately 32,000 square feet of treatment rooms and heated saunas. Natural elements such as jade and salt are designed to balance bodily energy and oust toxins, and warm beds full of red-clay balls bolster circulation.
After à la carte services such as an intensive acupressure massage or exfoliating body scrub, guests head to the onsite restaurant for authentic Korean dishes. The spa provides plenty of lounging space—including a movie theater at the Las Vegas location.
Within each noncompetitive Curves facility, female fitness seekers are invited to move through a 30-minute circuit of hydraulic resistance machines that are designed to promote weight loss, protect against osteoporosis, and deal with arthritis. Shunning cumbersome weight stacks, the hydraulic gadgets adapt to each exerciser's body weight and fitness level to complement her individual abilities, subsequently decreasing the risk of soreness or injury. And because traditional lift-and-lower motions tend to create bulky muscles, the machines promote push-and-pull movements to sculpt toned, lean muscles perfect for crushing unsuspecting grapefruit. Experienced trainers are always nearby to help clients manage their machine maneuvering, and a soundtrack of fun, upbeat music includes cues to let women know when it's time to move on to the next station or break for an air viola solo.
At Quick Weight Loss and Skin Care, clinical aesthetician Audrey Armah revitalizes bodies and instills smoothness in ravaged pores. During skin procedures, clients relax as soft hands tend to façades, gently evicting dryness and glued-on Halloween masks with chemical peels and facials. Laser hair-removal sessions raze the body’s follicular forests with concentrated pulses of light. The clinic also offers private weight-loss programs, in which clients drop pounds while combining portion control and exercise techniques with personalized menus and meal plans.
The team at Vita Heaven helps clients preserve precious vacation time by reducing the duration and severity of hangovers. Developed and overseen by a doctor of anesthesiology, the FDA-approved hangover treatments may consist of combinations of IV fluid, antioxidants, and B vitamins, designed to help rehydrate the body and stimulate the body's removal of alcohol and crinkled party hats. The team demonstrates its dedication to clients by offering room-visitation services, deploying clinicians to hotel rooms for clients unable to travel.