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Beauty & Fitness Buzz

Beauty & Fitness Buzz

From yoga and movement classes to facials, oils, haircuts, eye care, and teeth care, downtown is buzzing with activity.


Brassy Buddha Yoga Studio

There are several events happening at Brassy Buddha this month. In honor of back-to-school, get back to yoga with FREE classes on September 5 & 6 at 9:30am. The hot vinyasa will get you back in the groove! Join for Yoga Under the Stars on Friday, September 13 at 7:30pm. Registration will be at the studio but class will be held outside (raindate for the 20th), $30 per person, includes a tank top. Ono Bowls will serving a treat after! Learn the fundamentals of hand stands and arm balances at an Inversion workshop with Heart Maher, September 28m 1-3pm. 407 South Ave. W., 908.230.4047. 

Build skeletal strength and bone density in 10 minutes once a week and improve strength, posture, balance, endurance, power, performance and lower joint and back pain. Book your complimentary session today. 121 Central Ave., 908.228.3944.

Satsang Yoga Studio

Satsang Yoga has lots on tap this fall. Their popular Satsang Kids Series K-2nd grade begins Wednesday, September 18 from 4-5pm. Satsang Kids Grades 3-5 begins Thursday, September 19 from 4-5pm. Experience the unique style of Katonah Yoga in their Master Class with Mary Dana Abbott on Sunday, September 22 from 2-4pm. Visit the website for more amazing events. 235 E. Broad St., 908.789.7203.

Raritan Valley Gyrotonic®
Gyrotonic & Gyrokinesis movement methods are offered in private, duets or small group classes. New clients can enjoy a 3-pack of private sessions for $210. 100 Elmer St., 908.896.0498.

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The Oils Room 

Going back-to-school means new clothes, a new backpack and...a sea of new germs. Stop by The Oils Room or sign up for a free class to learn about how essential oils can help boost the immune system to protect your entire family. You will love these safe, effective, natural options for staying healthy throughout the school year. Open Fri/Sat 10am-3pm and by appt. 138 Elmer St., 908.601.8965. 

Facial Reality Spa & Salon

Time to save on all your favorite Eminence Organic Skin Care products. Buy one and the second is 25% off all month long! Visit Facial Reality's new website to learn about all the fabulous services they offer. 221 Lenox Ave., 908.928.0010.

Glamorous Girlz
For the month of September at Glamorous Girlz, receive a free manicure with a back-to-school haircut. 28 Prospect St., 908.264.8819.

Kennedy's Barber Club
Start the school year out right with a fresh cut at Kennedy's! If you're new to Kennedy's, check out their intro offers: 1) Executive - unlimited haircuts for 1 person $45/mo (reg $65), or  2) Pursuit - unlimited haircuts for fathers & sons (18 & under) + 1 straight-razor shave $85/mo (reg $110). Enjoy this special rate for 3 months before converting to their regular rate. Intro specials are available for a limited time only, don't miss out! 226 North Ave. W., 908.233.0360. 

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Brunner Opticians
September is Sports Eye Safety Month. Wearing eye protection should be part of any athlete's routine, just as putting on equipment. Eye accidents happen so quickly, the effects can be painful & last a lifetime. Brunner carries a line of sports protective eyewear. Consulting an eyecare professional can protect your eyesight with out compromising your performance. Optometrist is onsite for exams. 100 E. Broad St., 908.232.8182. 

Downtown Dental
Stop in to meet Stefanny, a dental hygienist at Downtown Dental. She worked as a dental assistant for 9 years before she decided to become a dental hygienist. Throughout the years, she has been able to work with dentists under various specialties, including prosthodontics. Her main goal is to encourage and educate patients on the importance of oral health. Patients already love coming to Stef for their dental cleanings. Call today to schedule yours! 219 North Ave. W., 908.873.6691.

Recent research from Johns Hopkins has drawn a connection between varying levels of hearing impairment and diminished mental health. Along with hearing loss, people demonstrated difficulty walking, signs of dementia and general brain function loss which resulted in forgetfulness, impaired thinking and fluctuations in mood or personality. Hearing aids help individuals process sound and follow conversations. Despite common misconceptions, today's hearing aids are inconspicuous, affordable and highly effective in combating hearing loss. If you or someone you love exhibits signs of hearing impairment, contact HearingLife to discuss if hearing aids or other services are right for you. 110A Central Ave., 908.228.5650. 

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