Synergy, a Medical Fitness Center

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Located at the St. Jude Centers for Rehabilitation and Wellness, Synergy offers a more focused environment than traditional gyms as well as an innovative array of classes. We offer classes for every intensity level-from post-rehabilitation and physical therapy programs to active adult fitness and weekend warrior performance training. Synergy also offers a full spectrum of health promotion and wellness services such as individual and family nutrition consultation, and stress management training.

Whether you're interested in getting help overhauling the way you eat, learning how to overcome emotional barriers that sabotage success, or just have a fantastic workout-Synergy can help.

Synergy offers:

  • An innovative range of fitness classes, including Pilates, Yoga, Les Mills Body Pump, Spinning, Basic Training, specialized prenatal fitness and post-rehabilitation programs.

  • Specialized classes and programs for individuals at all fitness levels.

  • Registered dietitians to help you maximize your health and nutrition to have more energy, transition to a plant-based diet, lose weight or develop a special diet for a health condition.

  • Well Life Coaches to help you achieve your goals and overcome obstacles, such as emotional eating or negative self-talk.

Synergy Tour

At Synergy, we offer a comprehensive array of wellness programs and services. Find out about the unique programs we offer, that may be the perfect fit for you. This tour will provide you an understanding of all services we offer to enhance or maintain your health, as well as a walk-through of our facility.

Call us at 714-578-8770 or Email us for more information

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Pilates Orientation

January 26, 2017 3:30PM

Have you ever wondered what Pilates is or if it's right for you? If so, join us for our Pilates Orientation!

The Pilates Orientation is geared towards people who want to learn more about the fundamentals of Pilates and how it could benefit both the mind and the body. We dispel myths like the belief that you have to be an experienced dancer to participate or that Pilates is too difficult. Participants in the Pilates Orientation will be introduced to each piece of equipment in the studio and an instructor will demonstrate modified exercises. Also, participants will experience basic Pilates exercises on the mat as well as the reformer as an introduction to the Pilates movement principles.The Pilates Orientation is an hour and a half. This includes both observational learning as well as hands on instruction.

For more information call (714) 578-8770.