Fitness 101 is a large gym and exercise center just off the 101 near Marsh Road. In business since 1986, Fitness 101…More is known for its personal connection with its members.</p>
<p>Fitness 101 offers a full cardio and free weights facility as well as an extensive exercise class schedule.</p>
Alive Fitness Studio 516 8th Ave, Menlo Park, CA94025-1851 Alive Fitness Studio offers personal training programs that include exercise and nutrition. It is independently-owned…More and operated.
Interactive Wellness 401 Burgess Dr, Menlo Park, CA94025 Interactive Wellness is a medical service specializing in preventative medicine. During annual medical consultations,…More physicians and patients review health concerns during the preceding year and design plans for improving health through nutritional adjustments, smoking cessation, exercise and vaccinations.
Menlo Park Chiropractic 1155 Crane St, Menlo Park, CA94025 Menlo Park Chiropractic provides a variety of chiropractic services for clients, by appointment. Services include…More nutritional counseling, corrective exercising, lifestyle advice, physiotherapy and more. To schedule an appointment and for more information about Menlo Park Chiropractic, call the number provided.
Menlo Swim and Sport 501 Laurel St, Menlo Park, CA94025 This highly trafficked community swimming complex in Burgess Park was opened by Tim Sheeper in 2010. Sheeper wanted to…More build a place where the community could engage in activities that were not only fun, but healthy and energetic too. People of any age and fitness level can enjoy the activities offered at Menlo Swim and Sport, including open swim 7 days a week, swim classes for kids and adults, and water exercise and safety classes. Triathlon training is available for athletes of all skill levels.
Bay Front Fitness 161 Constitution Dr, Menlo Park, CA94025 Bayfront Fitness has been a privately-operated gym since 1995. The facility offers ample room for cardio machines, free…More weights and small group sessions. Personal training, plyometrics and functional training options are also available. When the weather allows, the back wall of the gym is opened up towards the bay, allowing a breeze to come in and provide perfect ventilation for those exercising. The gym is located close to the Marsh exit on 101. Not part of a chain, Bayfront Fitness is ideal for those looking for a low-key neghborhood gym where they will be known and remembered by name.
Tobias Physical Therapy 1225 Crane St, Menlo Park, CA94025 Tobias Physical Therapy provides dedicated, personalized, one-on-one physical therapy services. The office has 25 years…More of experience and a team of 7 physical therapists on staff. They specialize in orthopedic and post-op rehab and are located in a quiet, convenient, and serene office building close to downtown Menlo Park. Tobias Physical Therapy is equipped with a full gym where patients and therapists conduct their exercises. A doctor's referral is required and most insurance plans are accepted.
The goal at III Pillars is to provide its clients with the tools necessary to lead an independently healthy…More lifestyle. </p>
<p>III Pillars has created a one-on-one training facility dedicated to rendering quality health and wellness coaching in a positive and stimulating environment. Its staff believes that exercise, nutrition and rest all play an equal role in achieving optimal health. Most other progams use a broad approach, which does not always meet one's unique indiviual needs. The III Pillars method uses a "whole picture" approach to create a customized program. </p>
<p>The company is owned and run by Ryan Manuel and Erik Heywood. They both have CPT certifications and their affiliated trainers have CPT, ATC, USAW and other certifications. Check out the company's website for some spectacular training videos and more in-depth information about its services.</p>
This bustling center is where many local seniors come to hang out with other members of their community. Some play a…More rowdy game of pool or cards in one of the side rooms. Others prefer to take advantage of the ceramics classes and exercise lessons offered by the center. </p>
<p>The first garden concerts were held in July 2010; and Avideh Yaghmai-Samardar, Senior Services Supervisor, hopes to make them an annual tradition. The musicians who played at the concerts were active members of the Senior Center community. </p>
<p>The Menlo Park Senior Center partners with the 2nd Harvest Food Bank to feed needy people in the area, among other philanthropic organizations. </p>