At Hybrid Fitness, an 8,000-square-foot facility, Sean Tribble, a purple belt in Brazilian jujitsu, assists by teaching his grappling art. Personal trainer Amanda Staudinger rounds out clients' training regimens with a cardio cross-training class designed to get participants in fighting shape, with strong limbs, a powerful core, and hands replaced with bricks.
Hybrid fitness tones both adults and children, and its instructors often take their classes outside. Hybrid offers fun Zumba classes, which tone bodies to the beats of Latin music, as well as muay thai, brazilian jiujitsu, krav maga, boxing, and fitness conditioning.
Licensed massage therapist Lexi believes in the uniqueness of each of her clients, and she works to help them with their individual bodywork needs. Whether it’s a relaxing Swedish massage or a deeper, energizing sports massage, Lexi is dedicated to relieving pain, encouraging healing, and helping tight muscles unwind.
For Dr. Satbir Kahlon, the only thing more important than ensuring her patients are receiving the most advanced dental treatments is making sure they also have the knowledge needed to secure a healthy future for their smile. Beyond keeping herself up-to-date through advanced courses in aesthetics and cosmetic dentistry, she keeps her website constantly refreshed with educational videos that cover everything from the proper way to brush and floss to tips for delivering bad news to overly sensitive teeth. Cutting-edge technology including digital radiographs assist Dr. Kahlon as she safeguards oral health through preventive exams and enhances grins with veneers and dental implants, and Biolase Waterlase laser technology affords her unrivaled precision as she removes decay and bonds fillings sans drilling.
At East Wind Yoga, instructors have options for every skill level. Basic classes ease newcomers and returning students into the body mechanics of yoga. Flow classes improve their breathing and cardiovascular endurance, and yin classes combine postures from hatha yoga with deep stretches to address any joint compression and misalignment. Held in a room heated at 105-110 degrees, hot yoga classes help purge toxins after a long day of sleep-testing sarcophagi. Intense Yosu yoga targets balance through the use of soft and rubbery BOSU balls.
Each of the studio's two locations offers a welcoming interior of paper lanterns, exposed brick, and stacks of colorful yoga mats for rental.
Launched more than three decades ago, Site for Sore Eyes now operates in more than 35 showrooms throughout the Bay Area. Staffers at every location share their dedication when pairing customers with head-turning eyewear and contacts. The company offers a $25 warranty that secures all of its products, replacing broken frames for free and furnishing half-price replacements for glasses that are lost, stolen, or transformed into an acorn squash. In case eyes require prescription tweaks, each shop sits next door to California-licensed Sterling VisionCare doctors of optometry.
Elliott Genovia fell in love with salsa dancing 12 years ago when he took his first salsa class. He soon became a member of Sacramento's salsa performance team and trained with respected dancers including Salomon Rivera and Ricardo Tellez. Through his education, he developed a cordial, supportive demeanor that helped him to offer dance lessons to aspiring dancers and clumsy police officers to get out of speeding tickets. Elliott opened his own studio, Dancing With Elliott, which eventually emerged from its cocoon to become Genovia Dance in 2010 after he married his dancing partner, Cara, who also teaches at the studio. The two teach both private lessons and group classes to students of all ability levels in the dance styles of salsa, merengue, cha-cha, hustle, and bachata.
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