A cascading waterfall fountain greets you when you enter the Mediterranean style Spa at the Cooper Wellness Center, bringing almost-instant relaxation. The beautiful 3,200-square-foot facility is open to the public providing essential grooming, stress reduction, and wellness in an environment of casual elegance. Licensed massage therapists and estheticians, all skilled in their specialties, are ready to greet you and provide soothing Swedish, sports, or aromatherapy massage, deep cleansing facials, manicures, pedicures, seaweed masks, and other relaxing body treatments. Your privacy is assured through the use of robes and linens
Come in and experience a feeling of Serenity. From the moment you walk in you will be surrounded by trickling water, flickering candle light, soothing music, relaxing aromas and beautiful furnishings. Private treatment rooms are clean, comfortable and inviting and are well appointed with antiques as well as the latest equipment. Come join us for a relaxing afternoon, a single soothing hour or a full day of luxury. Our unique environment is loved by all who experience it
We cater to every fitness need — and you’ll find everything from cardio equipment and strength training — to small group training classes like Tribe and youth fitness programs. Burn calories with high intensity group exercise, cycling or circuit training workouts, or enjoy the low impact mindfulness of our many yoga classes, hot yoga and Pilates. Amenities also include private locker room facilities with dry saunas and onsite childcare.
At Women's Fitness Company, we strive everyday to support and empower women to change their lives through fitness and education. We do this by focusing on relationships with you, our member and by providing the highest quality of service and the most knowledgeable staff in the valley. You do not have to feel alone in reaching your fitness goals because everything we do starts and ends with you!
Some women are being turned down for oral surgery or other dental procedures because they are taking osteoporosis drugs, which pose the risk of a rare condition called osteonecrosis of the jaw. But experts say the overall risk of developing this condition is low, and in most cases the fact that a woman is taking an osteoporosis drug shouldn’t stop her from receiving oral surgery. (Locked) More »