The Mettler Release
Maintaining Wellness During the Holidays

We hope December brings enjoyable times with family and friends. Furthermore, we encourage you to stay connected with your "Mettler family," too, throughout this busy season.

To help you stay connected and stress-free, we're offering a Holiday Punch Card, so out-of-town-guests can join you at the gym. In addition, we have 25% off massage promotions to keep you relaxed during this busy season.

Finally, our Private Yoga is now available for small groups of 2-4. What better way to end the year than with purposeful meditation, strengthening, and stretching!

Please take time to consider what new possibilities you may want to explore. As 2015 draws to a close, we are looking expectantly toward the New Year and how we might bring about greater health to those we serve.
Paul Mettler, PT, DPT
Enjoy Holiday Treats _ Not Gain Weight
Enjoy Holiday Treats & Not Gain Weight!
Maybe you are participating in our "Hold it for the Holidays" competition, or maybe you just want to minimize weight gain this holiday season. Either way, there are plenty of steps you can take to make your holidays a little bit healthier without sacrificing your favorite holiday treats and traditions.
  1. Set three specific mini-goals for each holiday party you attend. If you meet your goals, feel good about your choices. Aim for progress, not perfection. Some of my favorite goals include stopping the grazing, limiting to one dessert, filling up on fruits and vegetables first, and eating slowly to make the meal last 30 minutes or more.
  2. Decide in advance what you will splurge on and what foods you will skip to leave you feeling satisfied but not over-stuffed. Think of those treats that you eat just because they're there (maybe that Chex Mix or the eggnog), but you don't really love. Leave those, and only choose to eat the treats that you will truly enjoy. After all, this isn't your last meal!
  3. Make it a priority to NOT overeat. Even if you aren't making healthy choices, if you eat slowly and stop when you are full (not stuffed), you aren't going to run into too much trouble.  So, go ahead and dish up your favorite foods, then sit down, and slowly and mindfully taste every bite.
  4. Find ways to be more active than usual to balance out your increased calorie intake. Incorporate some holiday traditions that don't revolve around food. For example, there are lots of festive 5Ks and races around the holidays. Even non-runners could walk the course. 
Here's wishing you a happy and healthy holiday season!
Offer expires: 12/31/15 
Semi-Private Yoga Lesson
Minimum of 2, limit of 4 individuals. One-time use.
Upcoming Events 
12/2      Holiday Bar 
12/25    Christmas

View our class schedule for the most current information.
Christmas Hours
Thursday, 12/24
Closing early at 1pm
No Group Exercise Classes
Special Cycle w/ Emily at 9am
No Tot Spot

Friday, 12/25
Closed Christmas Day

Saturday, 12/26
Normal hours & class schedule
New Year's Hours
Thursday, 12/31
Closing early at 7 p.m.
Last class 3pm Gentle Yoga

Friday, 1/1
Closed New Year's Day

Saturday, 1/2
Normal Hours & Group Exercise Schedule
Semi-Private Yoga
We've extended our offerings for Private Yoga instruction to accommodate "semi-private" small groups as well. Book a free Private or Semi-Private Yoga Lesson online. 
25% Off Massage 
Reduce holiday stress and save when you book these therapists on the following dates:

Book Cassandra (Dec. 1-6)
Book Jessica       (Dec. 7-11)
Book Davi           (Dec. 15-18)

(First-time clients only.)
HUR Equipment & Program Reviews
Receive one-on-one training on how to use the new HUR strength machines. Call 356-6543 to book a program review with a personal trainer today.
 Holiday Membership
Our "Home for the Holidays" card allows your guests 10 visits from 11/21/2015 through 1/17/2016. There are no refunds for unused punches.
Holiday Bar
Wednesday, December 2nd we will have yummy treats in the lobby and we'll be announcing our Holiday Gift List! 
Group Exercise
Friday 5:30pm Strength Coach is cancelled until further notice. 
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