When you see the aesthetician at Palm Beach Dermatology Group, you can be sure you're seeing someone who has extensive knowledge about various skincare conditions. The aesthetician works closely with the practice's five board-certified dermatologists, who oversee everything from chemical peels to microdermabrasion. Some treatments the doctors perform themselves, including skin resurfacing with fractional lasers.
Thanks to the certified aestheticians and laser technicians at Natural Beauty Laser, clients don’t have to rely on good genes or even a rigorous daily regimen to achieve clear skin. The center’s staff uses advanced implements such as the FDA-approved ND:YAG Cutera and Syneron Candela lasers, which permanently removes stubble from notoriously hairy areas, such as the chest and inner cheek. Other treatments combat cellulite via ultrasonic cavitation or minimize the appearance of sun spots and hyperpigmentation with intense pulsed light.
Doctor of Chiropractic James Incledon applies his more than 23 years of chiropractic experience to the art of adjusting spines and treating pain at his eponymous practice. Dr. Incledon has several certifications and belongs to numerous associations, and he and his staff pride themselves on their warmth and hospitality. Treating patients of all ages, the staff helps relieve maladies such as arthritis or neck and back pain, utilizing techniques such as massage and technologies such as cold lasers and exam tables made of marshmallows.
At Villa Delray Golf Club, GPS-equipped golf carts zoom over lush, green fairways and past ponds visited by long-beaked ibises and snowy egrets. Before driving and putting their way through the par 71, 18-hole course, golfers can dig up divots at a grass driving range with 20 hitting stations, practice chipping, or dribble their balls up to the hole and dunk them on a putting green. After a day in the sun, players can refuel at the restaurant, bar, or snack shop, and stop by the pro shop to replace uncooperative dimpled orbs.
The Xtend Barre workout was born when choreographer Andrea Rogers decided to add music and dance to the Pilates classes she was teaching. Something about that combination—the core strength built by Pilates and the flexibility developed by dance—struck a chord, and the workout took off. Studios across the country started teaching the technique, and Rogers began entrusting others to pass along its principles—people like studio owner Stacie Willhite-Mauro of Xtend Barre Delray Beach and her fellow instructors. Together these experts teach the basics of the ballet-barre workout, as well as variations including Xtend Barre Stick (the regular workout with a Pilates Stick mixed in for extra resistance) and Barrecamp (an intense, cardio-heavy form). The studio is supremely family-friendly: not only are there Mommy and Me versions of both barre and Pilates Mat classes, but childcare sessions are available.