Working in fitness for 25 years, Debbie Richter became intrigued by Pilates as a mind-body exercise that brings awareness and control for all ages. She opened Southern Oregon Pilates & Personal...
Located inside the public area of Club Northwest at 2160 NW Vine St. in Grants Pass, The Pro Shop is a retail fitness store for wear and gear needs.
Stepping into The Herb Shop, the first thing visitors often do is take a slow, deep breath.
The exceptional difference at The Spa at Club Northwest is the amount of time the aestheticians spend with each individual, analyzing her (or his) skin and creating a unique protocol, according to...
Dr. Brian Gross loves what he does. As a cardiologist with Southern Oregon Cardiologists in Medford, Gross's patients come from all over the region.
A successful physical therapist is also a compassionate teacher, according to Lynn Parrish of Therapeutic Associates Medford Physical Therapy.
When Amanda Valle first started teaching group exercise, Olivia Newton John and legwarmers were trendy.
The oldest market in the area, the Growers Market in Grants Pass was "clean" before it was cool.
Dr. John Chambers originally became interested in nutrition and functional blood chemistry as a patient.
When studying for her bachelor's degree in nutrition at Oregon State University, Dr. Ellen Heinitz became intrigued by the idea of using nutrition as a therapy for healing and not just a way to...
Avid gardeners who love food, co-owners Carrie Catterall and Jodi Haines opened Ma Mosa's restaurant in Grants Pass in 2012. Located inside a historic brick building at 18 NW E St., the women strive...
As a runner and marathoner, Brian Johnson is very familiar with the aches and pains that come with the territory. As a licensed massage therapist, Johnson specializes in sports and medical massage.
Wayne Owen was first introduced to martial arts during his time in the Marine Corps. He later studied under Dan Inosanto, a revered master and protégé of Bruce Lee.
Every juice and smoothie served at the Ashland Food Co-op is 100 percent fresh, made-to-order and organic — qualities their clientele appreciates.
Two years ago, Great Harvest Bread Company moved to a larger location at 203 Genessee Street in Medford in order to offer a lunch menu. Customers have responded enthusiastically, making the...
The huge inventory of gluten-free products at Sherm's Food 4 Less in Medford is what customers rave about, according to Mary Scriber, the store's assistant manager for natural foods.
Entering The Spa at Club Northwest is like taking a luxury, mini-vacation to Europe and that's just what the spa staff wants.
As an experienced acupuncturist, Brian "Rosie" Rosenthal's objective is for people to receive the pain relief they need.
Combining chiropractic care with massage, nutrition and exercise guidance, Thorsen helps patients make corrective changes for long-lasting relief and better health.
There are no pre-packaged shortcuts used in the cooking at Ma Mosa's restaurant in Grants Pass, where all dishes are made from scratch with fresh, local ingredients.
Dan and Lisa Allen opened Great Harvest Bread Company 15 years ago this November and it is still going strong. The bakery features a large menu of handmade breads, cookies, scones and sandwiches.
When it opened in 1997, Club Northwest in Grants Pass offered its members a concept as much as a place to practice physical fitness.