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One Change Can Make the Biggest Difference in Your Life by Teresa Scott-Syed

Would you be surprised if I said, “Become fit and healthy?” Just think about this for a moment. When this state exists you feel confidence, enthusiasm, encouragement, energy and hopefulness. Aside from the obvious feeling of being physically fit and strong, you feel mentally alert and positive about your life and its future outcome. Two and a half years ago I learned of a real viable approach to becoming fit and healthy. I had hypertension and been on blood pressure medication for 20 years. Even though I had a very active lifestyle, the years of being overweight had finally begun to take effect. I was headed toward diabetes, heart disease and knee replacements unless I dealt with the reality of the situation. As fate would have it, just at the right time, I met a friend who had lost 90 pounds and had managed to keep it off for over two years so when she shared her experience with me I listened cautiously but with great interest. My only response to her was… "I have tried every diet you can think of and I will never consider anything unless you can absolutely guarantee me I will not gain it back." To my delight and surprise she said, "If you do what I say and follow maintenance compliantly I promise you will not gain it back." At that point I said "Okay I’m in." I consciously decided at the age of 62 that it was time to take responsibility for my health. Little did I realize how that decision would so positively impact my life! One year later I am happy to report that I lost 70 pounds, 14% body fat, 98 inches and went from a size 20 to a 10. Even more amazing is the fact that I now register normal blood pressure readings, am off all medication and in the best health I’ve experienced in 25 years. The greatest gift of all is that I have managed to maintain my weight loss for a year and a half. I was able to accomplish this life changing event by implementing the program offered through Pounds and Inches Away in Creve Coeur. Because of the 6

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overwhelming benefits this approach to weight loss provided me I decided to buy the company and expand the program to encompass well-being and begin changing one life at a time. Pounds and Inches Away now offers comprehensive weight loss and wellness solutions designed to help you take control of your life both physically and mentally. Our program provides serious weight loss for serious people willing to make a serious commitment to improving their health. Many of us have tried all sorts of diets and while we may have achieved marginal success, the pounds have always found their way back. Life often gets in the way of so many goals we set out to accomplish. A new mindset to become more physically active, the assistance of HCG and the support and encouragement provided by the Pounds and Inches Away staff, we believe will be a life changing experience. Our team of professionals works with you every step of the way to help you reshape your body and reshape your life. Pounds & Inches Away (314) 434-8446

Dr. Humaira Rosinski of Creve Coeur Dental Helping You Put Your Best Face Forward Compassionate, patient centered care for over a decade – The moment you walk in our door you’ll know you came to the right dental office. Dr. Rosinski expertly handles all of your dental procedure needs. Our facility places your overall health first. We want you to leave our office happy, healthy and with a better smile on your face than the one you came in with! We will exceed your expectations every time you visit. Finding a good dentist can be difficult. Sometimes, people get stuck and stay with the same dentist out of convenience, without investigating their dental options. That’s why our office takes the time to apply their experience, and exceptional skills to ensure our patients know what superior dentistry should be like. We want you, your family, and your friends to become part of our dental family—for a lifetime. Our shared dental experience will be the best! Our promise to you, is this, you will never feel rushed or hurried. We make sure we’ve devoted all the time and energy required to achieve your beautiful smile and overall health goals. All dental care is performed as gently as possible. We want your trip to the dentist to be the same as a trip to the masseuse. Not something you fear, but something you look forward to, something you even enjoy!

See What Our Satisfied Clients Are Saying... “I just want to say for someone that is deeply afraid of needles and even more scared of dentist, from a history of bad dental practitioners. Dr. Rosinski and her entire staff did an incredible job at making me feel relaxed and knowledgeable during the entire process. I did the sedation dentistry due to my anxiety and fear, and it couldn’t have gone any better. I have found the dentist I want to go to for the rest of my life! Thank you so much Dr. Rosinski and Staff! God bless all of you!” - Brandon G. “I can’t express how grateful and thankful I am for all of your kindness and compassion you’ve shown and given me. I never imagined I would say this, but I am so happy with my teeth! My dental anxiety is gone now because of the excellent care you have given me and I cannot thank you enough! Who knew a dentist office could be so pleasant? You guys are hands down the best. I will be recommending Creve Coeur Dental to everyone I know. Thank you, thank you, thank you!” - Jennifer T.

Creve Coeur Dental Offers the Following: ∙ General Dentistry ∙ Cosmetic Dentistry ∙ Emergency Dentistry ∙ Smile Makeovers ∙ Facial Cosmetic Services ∙ Financing Options

How to Contact Creve Coeur Dental: Call for your free consulation: (314) 569-3141 677 North New Ballas Road, Suite 207, Creve Coeur, 63141

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Resources For Your 2013 Goals at Living Fit Expo at Plaza Frontenac Saturday, January 26th, 10am-3pm Free Admission, Giveaways & Fashion Show The following featured profiles offer a glimpse of the many professionals that will be present at the Living Fit Expo to meet with you to discuss and help you achieve your health and beauty goals.

Gaia Studio - Edwardsville Edwardsville Fitness Studio may be the area’s most unique gathering places for improved health and well being. It offers several mind-body-spirit classes for all experience levels. Nia, Yoga Bender Ball Pilates, Massage Therapy and more can be found just off Main Street in Edwardsville. “Our teachers and trainers are our strength,” says studio owner Sally Burgess. “Since day one we have been able to attract talented team members who are deeply committed to their practices and passionate about their students.” Learn more about downtown Edwardsville’s “best kept secret” at Edwardsville Fitness Studio, 201 Hillsboro Ave # A, Edwardsville, IL 62025, (618) 779-5378 and at

Urban Breath Urban Breath Yoga is a small, friendly neighborhood yoga studio located in Dogtown and, in January, opening in The Grove neighborhood. It has great yoga; good people and they love new students. The Yoga Basics class is designed to introduce beginners to yoga before they progress to level one and open level classes. The studio also offers prenatal and weight loss classes and lots more. Urban Breath, 1220 Tamm Ave., Dogtown and at 4237 Manchester Ave., in The Grove. Visit the website for a class schedule and more information or call the studio at (314) 421-9642

Bikram of St. Louis on Clayton Road Bikram Yoga is a demanding series of 26 postures (asanas) that works the entire body for 90 minutes. The class is conducted in a heated room to improve circulation, help eliminate toxins, and significantly reduce the risk of injury during deep muscle stretching. The series is designed for all levels, first time students and experienced practitioners alike. A regular practice of Bikram Yoga builds strength, balance, flexibility and mental focus. With each class you will better learn the true meaning of Bikram Yoga: a union of the body, mind, and spirit. Join us for a class today! 314) 644-2226



Dr. Danielle Spath is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician in South Saint Louis County. She has five years of experience working with athletes in many different settings. She was the third chiropractor to complete the intense two-year residency in Sports Medicine at Logan University. She was then promoted to Assistant Director of Sports and Rehabilitation at the college. Dr. Danielle now owns her own practice, Spine and Joint Center of Affton. She blends an evidence-based approach to musculoskeletal problems with a holistic understanding of her clients’ needs and wants. Danielle enjoys yoga, running, biking and spending time with family. For more information, please call: (314) 353-4500

Bikram Hot Yoga Midwest Bikram Hot Yoga Midwest is now open at 3121 South Grand Blvd. We offer Bikram's beginning yoga class, a 90 minute series of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises done in a room heated to 105 degrees. We offer 19 classes a week to fit your schedule. Our small teaching staff strives to create a community environment. We get to know you and your practice to help you improve steadily. If it is your first day or if you have a long time practice, we love to see you in yoga class! For more information, please call (314) 771-1866, or visit our website:

Bikram Yoga Chesterfield Bikram Yoga Chesterfield is a welcoming place for you to learn yoga, get started on a new health regime, or continue and improve your practice. Bikram Yoga is the original hot yoga. The 90-minute work out is for all levels and is designed to improve your physical strength, balance and flexibility. It combines the skills of concentration, patience, determination and self-control, which increases mental clarity and reduces stress. Owners Farky and Timi Fuszfas trained with Bikram Choudhury and became teachers in 2002. Bikram Yoga Chesterfield, 16231 Baxter Road, Chesterfield, Missouri Call (636) 536-2663, or find us online at

Yoga Core & More Yoga Core & More - Fitness for Mind, Body & Spirit Yoga Core and More celebrated its grand opening on December 2, 2011. Conveniently located near Greenmount and I-64, the new studio offers a myriad of yoga centered fitness classes in its beautifully appointed studio. Classes include hot and warm yoga, PiYo, traditional and chair yoga. Kids yoga classes, lunch hour sessions, personal training, core classes and one-on-one yoga instruction are also available. These are classes suitable for the beginner as well as those coming with an advanced yoga practice. Yoga Core & More LLC, Wall Street, O’Fallon IL, (618) 632-5377 Find us on Facebook and at


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Challenging Wor k Parents often think about what they want for their child, what they want their child to become, and what they can do to foster a happy and healthy child. When I think of what I want for my children it is based on how I want them to continue approaching their world with the same inquisitiveness as they did when they were infants. Consider how infants learn to crawl: they arrive at the challenge on their own, practice, fail, and succeed at their own pace. There are no inducements, grades, or bribes. Children are ‘wired’ to seek out challenges – and to master those challenges within a supportive environment. A Montessori education beautifully supports this innate approach to learning. Both of my daughters currently attend Chesterfield Montessori School. When they arrived, they were introduced to an environment that includes five areas of learning: Practical Life, Sensorial, Language, Mathematics, and History/ Geography. I knew my daughters would enjoy Practical Life lessons such as table washing and flower arranging, but wondered how these lessons translated into academics. I was delighted to discover how engagement in these scientifically designed tasks implicitly teach concepts such as sequencing, concentration, coordination, attention 28

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by Barbara O'Brien

span, and independence. And, these early tasks have given my daughters the foundation to work on more complex tasks such as mathematics, botany, geography, zoology, language, music, and art. In addition to challenging work, children are also wired to focus and emphasize the process of learning, more than the end result. For example, I recall when my newly five-year-old worked diligently for several weeks on a Montessori material that teaches how to tie a bow. One day, as she was putting on her shoes, I offered to help tie her laces. She replied, “No thanks mom, I can do it.” And without fanfare (or frustration), she elegantly tied her sneakers! I marveled at her persistence, patience, and grace as she worked on this. She mastered a task that was important to her, and did so at her own pace. It is through the patient, peaceful and calm Montessori approach to learning that children adhere to their own pace and foster their own sense of process. As they master each task, they build a sense of quiet confidence, which propels them forward as they seek out the next challenging task. I am grateful to Chesterfield Montessori School for encouraging my daughters’ efforts and supporting their learning.

Freedom From Anxiety, Insomnia and Depression by Justine Froelker I see a variety of concerns from clients seeking mental health counseling and coaching. Anxiety, insomnia, and depression are some of the most prevalent. And even if my clients don’t meet criteria for a full diagnosis, most all people at some time in their lives suffer from some form of anxiety, insomnia, and depression. These concerns can feel debilitating, overwhelming, and at times untreatable, let alone curable. However, the medical field and the mental health field have made great strides in not only treating these concerns, but for some, even curing them. There is not a week that passes that I don’t have clients ask if there is something more; something more than a medication with side effects or something in addition to the counseling and coaching work they plan to do. As the medical and mental health fields continue to grow, we are seeing a push towards alternative medicine. Massage therapy, acupuncture, meditation training, and yoga are all areas that are continuing to grow, simply because of how much clients and patients believe in them. We know they are all making people feel better every day, therefore we are beginning to fight more and more for clients to have access to these services. Another way to feel better is to 30

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gently adjust the firing pattern of neurons in the brain, with a medical device that is prescribed by physicians and can be administered by mental health counselors. JBF Therapy & Coaching, LLC is excited and privileged to be able to offer this service to clients, under their physician’s written order. ALPHA-STIM® (cranial electrotherapy stimulation) is indicated for the treatment of anxiety, insomnia, and depression. Safe enough for home use, ALPHA-STIM® delivers a signal very close to the body’s own electrical system via ear clips. This low current allows the client to come out of a fight or flight response, and helps the brain to enter into an alpha state. Clients become very relaxed in the alpha state, similar to the effects of meditation. Research indicates the majority of clients see benefits, with minimal to no side effects. “I began ALPHA-STIM® in September of 2012. Two months later, my life has improved dramatically. Before I began daily treatments, I was suffering from severe anxiety. Most of my life, I have been tense and nervous on a consistent basis. The first time I tried ALPHA-STIM®, I was in awe. I did not know that feeling that relaxed was even possible. I had no recollection of

feeling as at peace with the world as I did for those 45 minutes. Up until trying ALPHASTIM®, I thought I knew what being relaxed felt like. I clearly had no idea. I purchased one for home use, and have been able to decrease the dosage of antidepressant I have been on for more than three years. Soon, I plan to stop taking it completely. Removing the anxiety from my life has made me able to think clearly and focus on the moment. I no longer lay awake for hours before falling asleep, rehashing and stressing about the events of the day. I no longer wake up with a sickening feeling of anxiety in the pit of my stomach. The energy I bring to those around me is positive and healthy. I would not only recommend ALPHA-STIM® to anyone and everyone, I would beg them to give it a try. It helped me feel powerful enough to transform my life, and gave me the ability to see the world through a clear and positive lens.” For more information about the technology and device please visit If you would like more information on how ALPHA-STIM® is used in conjunction with counseling please contact Justine Froelker by calling (314) 283-6264 or by emailing her at


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Winter Soups to Warm Your Body and Soul by Sally Burgess

Curried Cauliflower Soup 1 sweet onion, chopped 2 garlic cloves, chopped 2 teaspoons finely chopped ginger 2 teaspoons curry powder 2 teaspoons ground curry 1 medium head of organic cauliflower, roughly chopped. ½ cup Basmati rice 2 quarts of water or vegetable stock Salt and pepper to taste.

Winter is the perfect time to try something new and these soups are a great alternative to the same old thing. Curried Cauliflwower Soup is as much medicine as it is delicious and satisfying. According to George Mateljan, author of The World’s Healthiest Foods, “…cauliflower contains energy-producing B1, B2, B5 and phosphorus; free-radical scavenging manganese; muscle-building protein; and sleep-promoting tryptophan. And since a cup of cauliflower only contains 29 calories per cup, it is ideal for weight loss!” The additional health promoting ingredients of garlic, ginger, onion and curry make this dish a yogi’s best friend. Black Eyed Pea Delish tastes great the first time around but gets even better as a leftover. Black-eyed peas are an excellent source of folate and fiber and are low in calories.

Place the chopped onion in a heavy soup pot and add a few tablespoons of water. (Oil can also be used but is not necessary, water improves the nutritional profile). Over medium heat stir the onions until tender, about five minutes. Add dashes of water if needed to prevent sticking. Have all the other ingredients ready to go. Add the garlic, ginger, curry and cumin and stir for several seconds. Now add the cauliflower and rice, water or stock, and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat and cover and allow to simmer about about 30-minutes. Once the cauliflower is tender and the rice is soft, transfer to a blender in small batches. Blend until the soup is very smooth and then add the salt. You may want to start with a teaspoon, blend again, and add more to taste. You don’t want a salty finish but the right amount will really bring out the other flavors. Enjoy immediately! This soup also keeps and reheats well. (Recipe adapted from The Very Best Recipes for Health).

Black Eyed Pea Delish! 2 cups of dried black-eyed peas. Rinse thoroughly and soak overnight. 1 large onion, chopped 1 bell pepper, chopped 2 ribs of celery, chopped 2 carrots, sliced in rounds 3 cloves of garlic, minced ½ cup of brown rice 5 cups of water 15 ounce can of diced tomatoes 1 teaspoon dried oregano 1 teaspoon of salt (to begin with) Pinch of cracked red pepper (to taste) ½ teaspoon Liquid Smoke flavoring. (Adds nice flavor but is not necessary). Drain and rinse the black-eyed peas and add to soup pot along with the five cups of water. Bring to a boil then reduce heat to medium and cook until tender—usually about an hour. Toss the chopped onions into another pot or pan with a couple of tablespoons of water. Stir until onions are tender, add water if needed to prevent sticking. This usually takes about five minutes. Now add the bell pepper, celery, garlic and carrots and cook for another couple of minutes. Transfer all ingredients to the black-eyed peas and stir in the rice and spices. Bring to a simmer and cook until carrots and celery are tender and the rice is cooked. Add the can of tomatoes and the Liquid Smoke. Taste test adding salt if necessary, then enjoy! This dish goes great with lightly steamed greens or brussel sprouts. The recipe makes several servings; you can share with friends or freeze some for later or have leftovers for a few days!

Mountain Me-Time by Allison Young

Finding a Little R&R at El Monte Sagrado in Taos, New Mexico Rolling into El Monte Sagrado Living Resort and Spa was like unrolling my yoga mat: my shoulders de-shrugged, my breathing slowed and my monkey mind quieted. Ahhh…


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Yes, it was partly the mountain air. The sprawling adobe resort sits at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in scenic Taos, an artsy town that’s inspired everyone from Georgia O’Keefe to Julia Roberts. It was partly my travel mates, a fellow group of stressed-out soul-searchers looking for more than me-time (yes, including your very own Stacy Hunsicker). But it was mostly the resort itself, an 84-room respite without a hint of hustle or bustle. El Monte is in the business of rejuvenation and we were all there to lap it up. Day 1: Got Llama? You know when “Lunch with a Llama” is on the itinerary, you’re in for an extraordinary day. After a pick-me-up breakfast smoothie at The Gardens, we headed to meet our hiking mates (all rescue llamas) and their fearless leader, Stuart Wilde, an aging hippie who’s managed to keep his youthful glow by doing a job he loves (mental note: learn from Stuart). Now, llamas aren’t exactly obedient; they stubbornly stop when they have to do their business (who can blame them?) and the most cantankerous complained ad nauseum if he wasn’t leader of the pack… obviously a narcissist. But we welcomed their sudden antics and interruptions; it gave us pause to take in the stunning

Rogers Museum), historic landmarks (Taos Pueblo) and window shopping through historic Taos. I could feel my balance needle shifting back into “harmony,” but it took an explosion of pink to put it there permanently. Let me explain: While Stacy disappeared to some secret indigenous healing ceremony, the rest of us headed to “Sips and Strokes,” an acrylic art class at the hotel led by local artist Jim Cox. I studied art in college so I wasn’t crazy about some hotel art class, but it far eclipsed my expectations (kinda like the yoga class). Part painting, part therapy, we sat down to blank canvases and walked away with colorful creations (mine mostly pink) and a super-hero sense of accomplishment. Not bad for a two-hour session. That’s not all I walked away with. After just three nights at El Monte, I felt simultaneously relaxed and rejuvenated, and ready to start planning my next visit. Perhaps a spring fling in New Mexico…

SIDEBAR: El Monte is a Green Machine The eco-warrior in me applauded the hotel’s eco efforts. Partly powered by solar panels, El Monte collects and reuses rainwater and has its own water purification and geothermal heating and cooling systems. scenery as we wound down the 800-foot deep Rio Grande Gorge, a geological masterpiece with ancient piñon trees and petroglyphs polka-dotted on rocks. Muscles tired from 1600-feet of hiking, my body wanted—no needed—the spa. Fittingly called The Living Spa, El Monte’s sanctuary is an undulating space filled with the rhythmic sound of flowing water and the sweet scent of aromatherapy, and it’s packed with so many plants you’re not sure if you’re inside or outside. I’m a glutton for treatments that balance the mind, body and spirit, and the menu was full of them. The Talistone won out, a hotstone massage/chakra balancer that

had me so relaxed I may have dozed off for a second. Day 2: Posing and Painting With hiking and spa-ing crossed off my “get-centered” list, next up was yoga. Now, I’m not normally a fan of resort yoga (too fluffy for me), but El Monte’s Heidi Gates proved me wrong. Not only a yoga instructor, she’s a massage therapist and has a degree in sport and wellness, and she somehow managed to get our group of gals to quiet their minds enough to vinyasa with ease, a rarity with a teacher you’re not used to. Freshly ironed out, the rest of the day was a blur of museums (Millicent

To learn more: El Monte Sagrado; 1-888.213.4419 Llama Adventures; 1-800-758-LAMA Taos Pueblo Millicent Rogers Museum Yoga & Spa Magazine • Winter 2013


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Yoga Town & Country Wellbridge Athletic Club & Spa 998 Woods Mill Road, Town and Country, 63011 (636) 207-3000 Chesterfield Bikram Yoga – Chesterfield 16231 Baxter Rd., Chesterfield 63017 (636) 536-2663 The Club at Chesterfield – Yoga & Pilates At the Doubletree Hotel 16625 Swingley Ridge Rd., Chesterfield, 63017 (636) 532-9992 Clayton and Ladue The Pilates & Yoga Center of St. Louis Owned by Karen Prechtl 9825 Clayton Rd., Ladue 63124 (314) 569-9400 Richmond Heights Bikram Yoga Big Bend & Clayton Rd. (314) 644-2226 Body Fusion – Yoga & Gyrotonic Exercise 7700 Clayton Road, Suite 100 (on the East side of the Clayton Plaza Building) Richmond Heights, 63117 (314) 409-0229 Naturally Fit 8029 Clayton Rd., St Louis, 63105 (314) 261-4500 Des Peres Prana Yoga – Des Peres 11771 Manchester Road, Des Peres, 63131 (314) 821-2267 Edwardsville, Illinois Hot Yoga of Edwardsville 19 Junction Drive, Edwardsville, IL Between Walmart & Walgreens (618) 205-6167 O’Fallon, Illinois Yoga, Core and More 772 Wall Street, O’Fallon, Illinois 62269 (618) 632-5377 www.yogacoreandmore/com St. Charles County Blue Bird Yoga 416 Main Street, Suite B, St. Charles, 63301 (636) 493-9293 Jane’s House of Well Being 1112 C First Capitol Dr., St. Charles, 63301 (636) 255-9642 40

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St. Louis Yoga St. Louis 3305 Jamieson Ave., St. Louis , 63139 (314) 645-9785

Clayton & Ladue Clayton Pilates Studio 8240 Forsyth Blvd., Clayton, 63105 (314) 721-3616

Yoga Source 1500 Big Bend Blvd., St. Louis, 63117 (314) 645‑YOGA (9642)

J.O.E. Fitness Studio 9751 Clayton Road, Ladue, 63124 (314) 432-2639

Bikram Hot Yoga Midwest- St. Louis 3121 S. Grand, St. Louis, MO 63118 (314) 771-1866

The Pilates & Yoga Center 9825 Clayton Road, Ladue, 63124 314-569-9400

Pilates + Yoga Studio 1015 McCausland Ave., St. Louis, 63117 (314) 781-5050

Webster Groves The Scoop- Pilates and Gyrotonics 111 Lockwood Ave., Webster Groves, 63119 (314) 968-9629

Solar Yoga Center of St. Louis 6002 Pershing Ave., St. Louis, 63112 (314) 726-5133

Pure Pilates Plus 9426 Manchester Rd., St. Louis,63119 (314) 961-2424

Southtown Yoga 1905 Park Ave., 63104 (314) 353-1004

Kirkwood Hard Body Yoga 214 N. Clay Ave. Suite 210, Kirkwood, 63122 (314) 717-1214

D’s Yoga Home 7647 Delmar Blvd., University City, 63130 (314) 884-0108 Urban Breath Yoga 1220 Tamm Ave., St. Louis, 63139 (314) 412-9642 Indigo Massage & Wellness - Yoga & More 1901 Arsenal St., St. Louis, 63118 (Arsenal & Hwy. 55) (314) 276-9882 Rock Workout 3001 Locust, Suite 103, St. Louis, 63103 (314) 531-7625 The Center for Mind Body Spirit 7649 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, 63130 (314) 725-6767 Sante Fitness Lower lobby of the Chase Park Plaza 212 N. Kingshighway Blvd., St. Louis, 63108 (314) 633-3020 Yoga Six 5724 Oakland Ave, St. Louis, 63110 (314) 802-7447 Webster Groves Big Bend Yoga 88 North Gore Ave., Webster Groves, 63119 (314) 918-9642

Town & Country The Bar Method 1048 Town & Country Crossing, Town & Country, 63017 Creve Coeur Fit Chix Fitness Studio 12295 Olive Blvd., Creve Coeur, 63141 (314) 878-2449 St. Charles County Pilates for Life – Pilates & Yoga 2315 Technology Drive, Suite 121 Next to Spa WingHaven (636) 561- 9030 St. Louis The Lab - Performance and Preventative Health 4253 Laclede, St. Louis, 63108 (314) 256-1411 Studio Element Fitness Training 2001 Hanley rd suite 540 Brentwood, 63144 (314) 623-9904 Frontenac Nutriformance 10407 Clayton Rd., Frontenc, 63131 (314) 432-6103 The Dailey Method Village at Schneithorst 1560 S. Lindbergh Blvd., Ladue, 61313 (314) 569-9073

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