The Ranch Review - eNewsletter
November/December 2018


Happy Holidays! While this time of year can bring great joy and happiness, it can also be a time of over-indulging, over-stressing and over-doing. The Ranch Fitness Center & Spa has everything you need to establish balance during the frenzied festivities.

  1. Balance over-indulging with exercise. Remember that the idea is to gain some control over holiday temptations not eliminate them. Depriving yourself of foods that are rooted in tradition and that you look forward to can have a negative effect.  Keep moderation in the equation, indulging every now and then is not going to sabotage you especially if you keep up with regular exercise. Physical activity helps to burn off extra calories and is great for stress management. Keep the focus on fun over food and be cautious not to use exercise as an excuse to eat more.
  2. Balance over-stressing with restoration and relaxation. The duration and quality of sleep is a critical factor in the restorative process. Unfortunately, this is undermined when there is an unhealthy buildup of hormones due to stress. Pent up levels of stress hormones prohibit sleep quality and wellbeing. To nurture relaxation and restoration, engage in mindful activities that invite calm to the body and mind. Yoga and Tai Chi are great activities along with massage therapy. Exercise and massage both help to balance brain chemistry to encourage relaxation and restore healthy sleep patterns.
  3. Balance over-doing with realistic expectations. Research shows that unrealistic expectations, such as well-behaved children, exquisite entertaining and finding the perfect gifts often end up leaving us shattered with disappointment. Refocus perspective on being present in the moment. Value your time with loved ones and do not stress over the minor details. The Ranch makes gift giving a snap. Visit our lobby boutique for a full range of indulgent body care products. We also have gift cards to provide the ultimate spa, salon or fitness experience for the loved ones in your life.








Merry Fitness to All
and to all a
Ranch Gift Card!


New Classes at The Ranch!


Linda Denno, Personal Trainer at The Ranch Fitness Center & Spa.Chyna Rose

Chyna Rose came to Ocala from Johnson City, Tennessee. She joined The Ranch Fitness Center and Spa as a very qualified Massage Therapist. Her massage specialties include: Deep Tissue, Hot Stone, Swedish as well as Therapeutic Body Wraps and Body Scrubs. Book your appointment today at the Ranch with Chyna Rose and spend some time in a relaxing environment that takes you away from your everyday routine.

Megan Kauffman, Massage Therapist at The Ranch Fitness Center & Spa.Megan Kauffman

Megan Kauffman a Florida Native, has spent most of her life in Ocala.  She became a licensed Massage Therapist in 2014 after attending the Community Technical Adult Education Center (CTAE) and has provided her expertise to The Ranch clientele since. Prior to becoming a Massage Therapist, Megan worked as a Physical Therapy Technician where she gained an abundance of knowledge in the Human Anatomy and Physiology. 

Megan is passionate to help her clients with relaxation and stress relief from everyday life by staying knowledgeable of the latest massage therapy techniques and regularly attending continuing education classes. Her current area of expertise is; Swedish, deep tissue, and hot stone massage.


Rus Adams, Facility Director
Cammy Dennis, Director of Fitness Programming

8385 SW 80th Street • Ocala, FL 34481

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