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Women’s Wellness Center

This program fills the need for a membership based, women-only facility with scholarships available, making it accessible to all women. The Women’s Wellness Center has services available such as fitness classes, massage, Reiki, Reflexology and Bowen therapies. And with a doctor’s referral, women on disability can access these services as well.

By offering a variety of classes for beginning (even non-existing) level of fitness and providing a supportive and encouraging environment, the Women’s Wellness Center has been helping women achieve a better level of health since 2007.

Women exercising in a group class

This is the place to start. Think you are unable to do yoga? Too weak for strength training? Discover how easy it can be to reach your wellness goals with our unique offering of classes designed for women to improve health due to illness, physical condition or health issues. Classes are affordable and fun and can help reduce stress and add energy to your day.


Access to the gym is included in all membership and is women-only. Orientation must be scheduled with the front desk.

  • Cardio equipment (including elliptical machine and bikes)
  • Free Weights
  • Circuit Training equipment
  • Medicine Balls
  • Kettle Bells
  • Weighted Bars
  • 1200 square feet of work out space
  • And much more. . .

What is circuit training equipment? Circuit training is a sequential workout designed to maximize your exercise efforts. It’s a proven method for burning fat, developing strength and increasing metabolism. The many benefits of circuit training include improved cardiovascular fitness and endurance, losing fat and building strength and a workout that is easy to incorporate into a busy schedule. Come in today for a tour! Or contact the front desk for more information.

Strength Training Express

Strength Training is one of the fastest ways to reach your fitness goals! These circuit style classes are offered in a group setting. Designed to be time efficient, this workout is done in a 30 minute class session and appropriate for beginners and those that are returning to fitness—all work can even be done in a chair.

ALL exercises have a variation to be performed WITHOUT weights/props.  Start where you are at and build up to using weights/props.


Yoga is a form of exercise that has been clinically proven to aid in the treatment of these and many more conditions: stress, hypertension, depression, addiction recovery, racing thoughts, and so much more. We offer several forms of yoga here at the women’s wellness center, so you can find the style that works best for you. Think of it like food — everyone needs to eat, but some prefer salad over grilled veggies.

Woman enjoying a massage

Treat yourself to one of our relaxing spa services and melt away the stress of your day. Let our professionally trained specialists pamper your mind, body and soul, leaving you feeling indulged and refreshed.


Reflexology is based on the principle that a virtual map of the entire body exists on the feet, hands and ears. When specific thumb, finger and hand techniques are applied to these reflex points, nerve pathways are stimulated and cleared of congestion, reducing stress, increasing relaxation and bringing the body into balance. In addition to stress relief and deep relaxation, other benefits may include, pain reduction or elimination, increased circulation, natural detoxification, accelerated self-healing, balancing of the body’s systems, and an increased sense of well-being.


Massage is the working of soft body tissue and deeper layers of muscle to enhance function, improve circulation, aid in healing, and promote relaxation and well-being. Using various manual techniques, the massage practitioner applies pressure that reduces muscle tension and creates more harmony within your body.


Reiki is a Japanese form of energy healing. It involves direct application of Chi for the purpose of strengthening your energy system and helping you experience peace, tranquility, relaxation and revitalization. Reiki has been shown to help relieve pain and stress; promote healing; relieve anxiety, depression or grief; and restore balance.


Bowen is a soft tissue relaxation technique that resets dysfunctional muscle tension patterns and supports the body in the healing process. It’s shown to be effective in acute and chronic conditions including migraines, neck and back pain, knee pain, tinnitus, tennis elbow, frozen shoulder, ankle sprains, TMJD, carpal tunnel syndrome and more.

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Emma's Exercise
"How to Balance on One Foot"

Today we are going to practice balancing! Even though this is a balance pose it still requires lots of core to stabilize!

*Avoid collapsing into the grounding side. Even though you are rooting down you still want to feel lifted-esp with the feet. It's easy to over flatten the foot that is still in connection with the ground* ☯️

The more you practice this pose the higher your foot will travel up your leg and your hands will begin to reach above you as well-just like a🌳!

Want an easy way to change the dynamic quickly? Try it with your 👀s closed. It removes your drishti a.k.a. focal point.

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Emma's Exercise - "Reverse Fly"

This is a great chair exercise you can do anywhere! You don't even need a chair-you can do this standing! Also, no equipment is necessary! You can do it with or without equipment!

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Emma's Exercise - "How to Get Comfortable for Meditation"

This is one of my favorite restorative yoga positions. It takes lots of props! You can use items you already have at home-pillows, blankets, rolled up towels, etc. If you've got bolsters and blocks-great! Get them out as well! This is fun with props day!

If you've never explored the props before, now is the time! It may take a little bit of playing around. I am showing you what I think is the most comfortable but you will want to explore and utilize the props however feels best for your body. It may be a different position than what I am showing and that is okay. There is no right or wrong.

The best part is, once you get comfortable, there is nothing to do! Just let your body melt. There is nothing to engage or fire. Enjoy!

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