At What Are U Eating?, a trained nutritionist draws upon her wide knowledge of dietary theory and lifestyle coaching to help her clients reach optimal mental and physical health. The holistic-health counselor helps guests set and accomplish realistic goals through training sessions, email support, and easy recipes. She also hosts yoga and Zumba classes once a week and offers occasional health workshops, such as Healing Oils of the Bible.
Club Fitness tones and pampers bodies with group training, personal training, and tanning services, earning the Best of Gloucester County award in 2013 for tanning services. The 15,000-square-foot club spans two floors partitioned into dedicated rooms for cardio, Group X, and spinning, as well as a fitness floor lined with Hammer Strength, Cybex, Precor, Star Trac, and Life Fitness equipment. Group exercise classes meet seven days a week, and Club Fitness frees up workout time for busy parents with onsite childcare and robot stand-ins to send to the office. To replenish spent energy reserves, a shake and juice bar pours out chilled refreshments and steaming cups of gourmet coffee.
Certified personal trainer and owner of The Fitness Studio Darcy Björnsson believes that an active lifestyle is within reach for everyone. She opened The Fitness Studio to combine the benefits of TRX suspension training, cardio, and strength training into one efficient workout. Offering both one-on-one training and small-group fitness training in her TRX studio, Darcy helps clients get into and maintain the best shape of their lives.
"No matter what you do with your dancing always be sure of one thing," writes Jersey Dance owner Jennifer in her dance blog. "The process of learning to dance should be the most enjoyable part." The longtime competitive dancer lives and teaches by that principle, as does her team of instructors. Their nonjudgmental vibe pervades the studio, creating a space where soonlyweds can get help choreographing their wedding dance from an encouraging professional. Likewise, groups of beginners can experience the thrill of learning the steps they see on dance-competition shows while skipping the part where they're given scores and spanked by the ghost of Fred Astaire. One-on-one sessions, meanwhile, offer private pointers on the complexities of the quickstep, the dagger-sharp footwork of Argentine tango, or enough floor space to safely attempt West Coast swing at its jitterbuggiest. Whatever is being taught that week, Jennifer and Co. tailor in-studio socials that give dancers a party setting to show off everything they've learned.