General Nutrition Center 120 Vintage Way, Novato, CA94945 Since 1935, General Nutrition Center has been serving America's vitamin and nutritional supplement needs. GNC offers a…More wide selection of vitamins to address every aspect of health, from acne to headaches to pregnancy to weight loss. Conveniently nestled off of Vintage Way, it is within walking distance of several major chains, including Costco, Old Navy and Starbucks.
Transition Nutrition 16 Pamaron Way, Novato, CA94949 Transition Nutrition is an Internet-based company that provides health products and raw food ingredients. Transition…More Nutrition offers quality products that are also sustainable, from cleaning to beauty and food products. With a user-friendly Web site, the company makes the purchasing process seamless for its customers.
Novato Adventure Boot Camp 936 7th St, Novato, CA94945 Novato Adventure Boot Camp is a four-week outdoor fitness program open to participants of any age or fitness level. The…More program involves intense, motivation fiteness instruction. Trainers also supplement their regimens with nutritional counseling. Training takes place in mutliple locations around Novato. A detailed training schedule is available on its website.
Novato Children's Center 5520 Nave Dr, Novato, CA94949 Novato Children's Center offers preschool, pre-kindergarten and after school programs at its convenient Hamilton…More location. It offers breakfast, lunch and snacks as part of its nutritional program. Annual dental screenings are provided and bilingual assistance is available.
Karuna Kevala Progesterone has specialized in herbal and nutritional supplements since 1981. They sell through…More holistic medical professionals internationally.
It is located next to Michael's Sourdough in the Bel Marin Keys area of Novato.
O21 FIT 701 de Long Ave, Novato, CA94945 O21 FIT is a personal training and nutrition coaching program. The company primarily trains out of…More the McKnight Fitness Studio but can also accommodate clients by training in their homes or offices. The program integrates proper function, strength training, cardio training and proper dieting.
Subway Restaurant, Grant Avenue 1763 Grant Ave, Novato, CA94945 Offering healthier alternatives to fast-food competitors like Arby's and McDonald's, Subway focuses on delivering fresh…More ingredients at low prices. Specializing in "the $5 foot long," it has over seven different mainstay submarine sandwiches to choose from. Hungry customers can choose to upgrade to a meal, which includes a choice of a side like chips or cookies and a beverage. For the calorie-conscientious consumer, it includes nutrition information on their napkins, provided free of charge at every purchase so that diners can eat without guilt.
Jazzercise Novato Teen Center 950 7th St, Novato, CA94945 Jazzercise Novato Teen Center provides professional exercise and dance classes for teens. Jazzercise is a combination of…More jazz dance, kickboxing, resistance training, Pilates and yoga. The classes are taught by Debbie Sweenie and Jenn Indra. The instructors are trained in basic anatomy, body composition, exercise physiology, injury prevention, nutrition, dance technique, exercise leadership and jazzercise routines. Changing rooms are available in the studio.
Marin Head Start 359 Bel Marin Keys Blvd, Novato, CA94949 Marin Head Start is part of the National Head Start program, offering low-income children and their families access to…More comprehensive educational, medical, nutritional and social services. This location serves as the administrative offices for the several Head Start classrooms throughout Marin County. Free to low-income families, Head Start offers partial and full-day care child care for infants up to five year olds, parenting classes and Family Advocates, who help bridge connections between the families and local resources. Funding for the program comes from Community Action Marin, a nonprofit that has aided low-income families in Marin County since 1966.
Subway Restaurant, San Marin 111 San Marin Dr, Novato, CA94945 Offering healthier alternatives to fast-food competitors like Arby's and McDonald's, Subway focuses on delivering fresh…More ingredients at low prices. Specializing in "the $5 foot long," Subway has over seven different mainstay submarine sandwiches to choose from. Hungry customers can choose to upgrade to a meal, which includes a choice of a side like Lays chips and a beverage. For the calorie-conscientious consumer, Subway includes nutrition information on their napkins, provided free of charge at every purchase so that diners can eat without guilt.
Heart to Heart Medical Center is a medical practice that combines Western and Chinese medicine, offering an array of…More medical services. Patients receive mainstream care, including annual physicals and lab testing, as well as more alternative treatments, including acupuncture, nutritional therapy, herbal treatments, trigger point injections and cranial manipulations.
Heart to Heart is a collaboration of the specialties of Dr. Shiroko Sokitch MD, Dr. Doug DeSalvo DC, Rachael Angelese of the BodySong Massage Center, Christina Cowger MFT and Carine Camara LAc. Dr. Shiroko owned and operated Heart to Heart Medical Center for 20 years in Sonoma County where she has specialized in the East-West blend of health practices.
The UCCE office on Novato Boulevard is one of 64 regional offices around the state that oversees all things related…More to agriculture. David Lewis, who specializes in watershed management, is the director of the Marin office and oversees 16 others.
The office is home to the Marin County Fish and Wildlife Commission, the local 4-H youth group, Marin Master Gardeners and Grown In Marin, which oversees programs such as Marin Farmers Markets. Staffers in this office also focus on nutrition, agritourism, watershed management, consumer sciences, organic/sustainable agriculture, pest management and ag diseases such as Sudden Oak Death.
The Fish and Wildlife Commission advises the Marin County Board of Supervisors on expenditure of money obtained through fines levied for fish and wildlife violations.
More than half of Marin County is undeveloped land, and most of that portion is either owned by the national park system, state park system, county open space, environmental conservancies, private land trusts or ranchers and farmers.