- TruBarre Barre Lean Conditioning System | Classes now running!
Ballerinas may perform on a stage floor, but their bodies are shaped, toned, elongated and strengthened at a Bar also known as a Barre. Barre workouts are now the most common exercise class among celebrities who want to be long and slim. Ballerinas have used the principles of eccentric contractions, body weight resistance and static stretching to get their gorgeous, strong and graceful bodies for centuries. Unlike many current exercise approaches, genuine barre sequences warm and construct the body from the bottom up, increasing movement, resistance and flexibility and the sequence progresses. Barre sequencing strengthens peripheral muscle groups, increases balance and regards the body's core at the base of the spine as opposed to the midsection.
- PCB approved trainings are available!
Call 412-820-8328 to learn more.
- Outpatient Recovery Group Program
The Arche Institute Nexus program is now offering affordable recovery groups for those who want to access to the exceptional approach of Orthomolecular Recovery. These groups will be 1 hour in length and will cover all of the topics addressed in the Arche Wellness Orthomolecular Recovery Program. They will be conducted by an Arche Wellness counselor and meet the criteria for outpatient substance abuse treatment. Admission into the group component of the Arche Institute Nexus program requires an initial evaluation and drug test and successful discharge is determined by the counselor.
- Thursday @ 10:00am (starts September 22)
- (More groups may be added.)
- Evaluation : $125
- Urine test - $35
- 1 group for $15
- 3 groups for $40
- 10 groups for $120
- 1 individual session $99
- 3 individual sessions $267
- 10 individual session $790
- Discharge session including a discharge letter - $50
- Stop Enabling, Start Recovering Support Group
When dealing with an addict there is a fine line between helping and enabling. It can be extremely difficult to know exactly what to do in order to help an addicted person, without contributing to their addiction.
That's why we are offering an "Enable Recovery" Program On Wednesday April 17, 2013 at 6:00pm
This program will provide you with the basic knowledge and tools you need to effectively help someone suffering from addiction. You'll learn specific strategies to help you assess the severity of an addiction, determine when and how to do an intervention and most importantly, you'll learn the mistakes many people make that actually encourage addictive behaviors and fuel the process of addiction. At the end of the program, you will walk away with a deeper understanding of how to manage and even begin to control a person suffering from an addiction. The Arche Wellness "Addiction 101" "Stop Enabling" and "Wellness 101" booklets will be provided free of charge.
Cost for this program is $25 and paid attendees can bring a spouse, friend or family member free of charge.
For more information on this and other programs call 412-820-8328 or call toll free 1-877-55-ARCHE.
- Women's Divorce Group
Psychologist Dr. Deborah Gilman is now offering a monthly divorce group designed specifically for women. Obtaining support during a divorce has several benefits. Women who take advantage of legal support are usually more able to make educated, intelligent decisions in the court proceedings. Women who take advantage of the emotional support offered by therapists and support groups may find that they are able to maintain a healthy emotional and personal balance during the course of the divorce case, according to the American Bar Association Section of Family Law. Because of the legal and emotional complexities associated with the marriage dissolution, women put their rights and personal welfare at risk by avoiding professional and other types of support.
The goals of this group are to:
- Help individuals regain emotional autonomy.
- Mitigate the debilitating aspects of divorce.
- Have a place to safely discharge some of the emotionality of divorce.
- Develop a broader concept of divorce.
- Meet new friends in a meaningful way.
- Learn coping mechanisms.