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  • Michigan's Adventure Boot Camp for Women
    Each boot camp spans four weeks of exercise, with classes held up to five days a week. Classes might meet indoors or out, depending on which of the nine locations a client chooses to attend, but the regimen of exercise remains the same. Trainers cook up new routines daily, which might include fitness kickboxing, jump-roping, obstacle courses, or sport yoga, in which the class plays a scrimmage using the first student who manages to contort themselves into the shape of a football.
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    2436 W Lincoln St.
    Birmingham, MI US
  • Inspired Wellness
    Inspired Wellness is a holistic healing center where well-worn skin and dilapidated organs can go to help restore their youthful radiance in a welcoming, peaceful atmosphere. The detoxification/far infrared sauna uses far infrared light, which is part of the Sun?s invisible light spectrum and has the ability to penetrate human skin deeper than a traditional sauna. Once it has worked its way beneath the epidermis and endoplasm, the light works diligently to seek out harmful toxins throughout the whole body and kick them through the pores. This luminous therapy has also been linked to stress relief, musculoskeletal pain alleviation, and improved circulation.
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    1185 South Adams Road
    Birmingham, MI US
  • The Barre Code- Metro Detroit
    A shared passion in fitness brought The Barre Code's co-founders Jillian Lorenz and Ariana Chernin together in 2009 to form a unique boutique studio crafted around women's fitness. After years of independently choreographing workouts, the duo joined forces to form The Barre Code ?formerly Barre Bee Fit? a fitness program dedicated to crafting workout regimens around the Barre Code mantra. Since 2010, the pair have been teaching classes that uphold the Barre Code's mantra and promote cardiovascular conditioning, strength-training, and restoration. In a short time, The Barre Code has expanded from a small studio space to a national franchise which includes multiple locations throughout the U.S. Workouts center around the ballet barre and feature stamina-building exercises that help rapidly build stronger arms, abs, thighs, and glutes. New routines are available each week and classes that include kickboxing, high-intensity interval training, yoga, and dance continually evolve to keep up with fitness innovations. Participants can also count on instructors to regularly introduce new props and moves to keep them interested and seeing results.
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    555 South Old Woodward Avenue
    Birmingham, MI US
  • YC Yoga for Life Center
    The human body is a resilient network of organ systems and personal energy that, when treated well, can often heal itself. Yvette Cobb firmly believes in this mantra. She founded YC Yoga for Life Center as an extension of this belief; she combines her professional training as a nurse practitioner and her passion for yoga for a well-rounded approach to health. Befitting Yvette's background, the studio draws inspiration from conventional as well as holistic therapies, aiming to restore the balance that allows clients to lead happier lives. The yoga instructors adhere to Kundalini-inspired classes, which strengthen mind-body connections by blending sequences of controlled, graceful movements with mindful meditation. Hellerwork therapists similarly address the mind and body during the same treatment, relaxing stress-laden muscles with bodywork techniques before identifying the underlying emotional sources of residual tension. The center's detoxification programs and nutritional guidance also improve clients' holistic balance without relying on prescription medications.
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    502 Lewis Street Suite 102
    Birmingham, MI US
  • Barre Bee Fit
    When Barre Bee Fit founders Jillian Lorenz and Ariana Chernin opened their first studio in Chicago, they considered it a "leap of faith." As it turns out, their passion for women's fitness proved infectious with clients and, within four years, the humble basement location blossomed into a national franchise spanning eight cities. But for all that expansion, their fundamental mission has remained the same: to empower women. Jillian and Ariana resent the image of the ideal woman as being represented by Barbie dolls or really stylish Go-Bots. Even the name itself, "Barre Bee," playfully jabs at that notion. Their rotating lineup of cardio and strength-training barre classes focus more on helping women feel healthy and fit rather than being able to squeeze into a size 0 or their elementary-school snowsuit. Sessions take place at a ballet barre, covering repetitive isometric movements to tone bodies, giving gals the confidence to strut out the door at the end of sessions with a sense of accomplishment.
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    111 Address Street
    Birmingham, MI US
  • Zumba Fitness
    To paraphrase Newton's first law of motion, an object will continue to move until it's stopped by an external force. At Zumba Fitness, that external force is Ann Guzdial, an experienced Zumba instructor who's licensed to teach Zumba, Zumba Toning, Zumba Kids, and Zumba Kids Jr. classes. Until she tells her students to stop, they stay in motion?unlike malfunctioning Energizer bunnies?dancing to the pulsating rhythms of upbeat Latin music. That continual movement helps improve coordination, balance, flexibility, and endurance. But Guzdial is no drill sergeant. As she notes on her website, her classes feel like a party.
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    380 South Bates Street
    Birmingham, MI US

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