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New Moves
301 Poplar St, Mill Valley, CA 94941
New Moves is a movement studio that specializes in Pilates, bodywork and weight training. New Moves has instructors whoMore are knowledgeable in the Feldenkrais method, which improves movement through general awareness. New Moves' instructors also teach Gyrotonic methodology, a form of exercise that uses three-dimensional movements found in yoga, gymnastics and tai chi.
Get In Shape For Women
765 E Blithedale Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941
Get In Shape For Women offers hourlong small-group personal weight training and cardio sessions, as well as nutritionalMore advice, for women of all ages and physical abilities. Weight training exercises include lunges, squats, core training, pushes and pulls. Visit its website to see before-and-after pictures of, and testimonials from, its clients.
Perfect Fitness
2 Belvedere Pl, Mill Valley, CA 94941
Perfect Fitness provides a broad range of exercise equipment. Its product lines include the Perfect Pushup, PerfectMore Pullup, Perfect Counter, a line of sports nutrition products and multiple accessories. All products are sold direct as well as through 24,000 U.S. retailers.
Wendy's Fitness Studio
247 Shoreline Hwy, Mill Valley, CA 94941
Founded by Wendy Trabert, Wendy's Fitness Studio is a Mill Valley exercise facility located in Tam Junction. TrabertMore offers professional, one-on-one fitness instruction services. To schedule an appointment, call Wendy's Fitness Studio during regular business hours.
Renew Physical Therapy
247 Shoreline Hwy, Mill Valley, CA 94941
Renew Physical Therapy specializes in manual therapy and therapeutic exercise, and also provides education to patientsMore on how to manage conditions independently and prevent recurring incidents. A wide range of services are offered, such as headache management and repetitive strain programs. One-on-one care and home visits are also available.
Dog Run
498 Sycamore Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941
Dog Run is a popular three-acre park that allows friendly dogs to run, exercise and play off leash.  LocatedMore right next to Bayfront Park (veer right at the entrance at the end of Sycamore Avenue), it is based on dog and dog-owner cooperation. Rules of conduct are posted at the entrance, including owners must carry a leash, dogs must be under voice control of owners, aggressive dogs must be leashed immediately and holes dug by dogs must be filled.