I have been to BareBonesBarbell for several personal coaching sessions about weightlifting. Jen Higgins is the coach and I couldn't ask for a more motivated and sincere person for a mentor. Her candor is tempered by her motivational attitude to inspire her students. She lets me know the good, bad and middle ground about my progress such that I find myself redoubling my efforts to improve.
Don't waste your time with this place...
Plz DONT take a chance on this clinic. They're care for they're patience are at a all time low. The doctors don't care about fixing medical problems. These doctors don't give you the time to find out what the medical problem is. This place is not handicap friendly. Its more like a joke to them. This place needs a big clean up or a training program for they're staff. No doctor there cares about fixing they're big problem. They need empathy.
The Bio-Touch Center at 5634 is a haven for people who teach and use the healing touch to relieve stress and inprove healing.
Check out the website www.justtouch.com and visit the Bio-Touch facebook page.
BEWARE of this place. I was billed from the Oro Valley Hospital for a Rancho Vistoso Urgent Care visit. Issued a wristband and told there would be no copay, I should have known something was up.
Billed as OUTPATIENT SERVICES. Over $500 for 10 mins with a nurse. Dr. bills seperately and then you will have a FACILITY charge.
My suggestion is to go down the road to a new URGENT CARE not associated with the hospital. There is one on Oracle (near McGee) in front of Sprouts. I've compained several time to the CEOs office (Jae Dale) and have yet to even get a reply.
The worst ever! Unprofessional, sloppy stylists working in a dirty salon with an owner that will fabricate/lie about the work of her stylists if a complaint is made. Not even remotely customer service oriented. Jerica did a horrible job coloring my hair and even though she used foils for color, left a 1/8 or my original hair color showing. I wrote a review for their Oracle location immediately after my tie dye hair job and it has since mysteriously disappeared along with the listing for that location. I don't generally complain and am busy person. When I did complain to the owner about my experience there, she lied about her stylists actions and her observations. A stylist can have years of experience and still do a crappy job, especially if they spend the majority of the appointment time talking to the stylist next to them who happened to be the owner. No wonder they do bad work if the owner has such low standards about doing their own client and feels free to discuss other co-workers in front of clients. I felt so horrible and shocked about my experience that I said whatever I had to say to get out there as quickly as possible. I did get the hair color that I as looking for on the first try, from another salon.
I am a little shocked by some of the comments above. I've been going to the gym for almost a year and, as far as being dropped because of lack of adherence to a diet, I've never of heard of anything like that myself in this gym. Jenn has only been patient and supportive as far as diet with me and thrilled with my athletic progress. The owners are not a marketing team, they are trainers. They've always been professional, kind and tough, all at appropriate times. The truth is, if this Crossfit isn't a fit for you, then it's not. The environment I've experienced is awesome. This gym is very welcoming but does not coddle.
Best place in Tucson to workout! Amazing staff, very well trained. They make your fitness goals a priority and work hard to help you achieve them. Fun and personable atmosphere, fellow clients are too.
Stay away from this place! We just got billed $543 for a 10 minute visit with the doctor. You know what that $543 got us? A simple "you have a virus and just need to drink lots of water." I kid you not. I paid a doctor over $500 for him to say my wife needs to drink water to alleviate her sore and infected looking throat of over 2 months! My mother works in the hospital as a secretary and was speechless. You can go to the emergency room and get an x-ray cheaper than what these crooks charge! If you need urgent help, go to the hospital emergency room that is only a few blocks away, it will be less than half the price, and they actually have real doctors!
The worst cross-fit gym in Tucson. I was a member at this gym, until I noticed people getting injured, not using good technique or form!!! The owner of this gym- Jennifer Higgins is totally strange. She drops people for not following a paleo diet, or participating as fully as she expects. If the ownership of this gym was better, I think it would be a much better place. It is dirty and small and the trainers aren't exceptional. Save your money!!! There are much better/cleaner/nicer/professional Xfits in Tucson.
The community is awesome. Even if the owners are a little off setting at first they are great people and have built a great gym community. The trainers are very skilled but also friendly, and the other gym members are insanely supportive.
I was a patient in this facility, and I have to say this is one of the best places out there. They have a wonderful, and caring staff! They really are cargivers and if it wasn't for them I would not be where I am today.
Thank you, Health South...Kudos to you!!
I didn't love the atmosphere at CrossFit Works. Maybe some do, but I found the owners to be stuffy and not very helpful. Perhaps I caught them on a bad day.
CrossFit Works is THE best crossfit affiliate in Tucson. Jen and Carl actually work to IMPROVE your health and fitness, not just get your business. They've really created an amazing community of well-being. They create workouts and programs that are designed to get your performing at YOUR best...not some program that came out of a mold. If you want to surprise yourself and become the healthy athlete you've dreamed about being, you've got to try crossfit.
Excellent class! Outstanding instruction! Call CrossFit Works to reserve your spot since class size is limited: 623-6200. June 6th is actually a 3 hour workshop from 10:45am-1:45pm, cost $50.
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