Nationally certified in therapeutic massage and bodywork, Nancy Nicholson, LMT, helps her clients relax and heal. She does so through Swedish massage and deep-tissue massage modalities, as well as through customizable 30-minute therapeutic sessions. In addition to her own services, Nancy also transports a massage chair to different locations for on-site sessions, such as homes or offices.
Human performers can take advantage of the center's indoor track, three pools, an array of exercise equipment, and a full schedule of fitness classes. Rows of Life Fitness machines magnify gravity's weighty influence over the entire pyramid of muscle groups, and more than 80 pieces of cardio equipment remind members that hearts are muscles, too. Lonely lifters can convene in a calendar of collectively powered classes, including yoga, aerobics, cycling, and mat Pilates. The aerobic Sweat! class tones the whole body with a combination of bosu, step, and weights, and Vinyasa yoga bends bodies from rigid breadsticks into limber pretzels. Heat-seeking muscles land their sights on the club's sauna, jacuzzi, or 90-degree therapy pool. Tai Chi and Reformer Pilates classes are not included.
The craftspeople at Boulevard Frame & Art entrap beautiful works of art inside frames, utilizing more than 5,000 styles that come in wood, metal, and a wide variety of colors. Serving to both showcase and protect the items inside, frames can transform ordinary portraits into antique-style wall jewelry. Custom frames enhance other artistic expressions, such as photography and childhood masterworks, creating eye-pleasing products perfect for mounting above beds or fireplaces or attaching directly to slightly larger paintings. Customers aren't limited to two-dimensional images—objects and mementos such as ornate clothwork, favorite album covers, and trinkets from vacations past also fit nicely inside a frame, where they'll live in peace until time ends this coming September.
The licensed and insured professionals at Specialty Air Ducts aren't doctors, but they do help their clients feel better. That's because by ensuring home air vents are free of dirt, mold, and bacteria, they can actually bring relief to those suffering from allergies, asthma, headaches, and even sinus problems. Using EPA-approved cleaning solutions, they'll safely and effectively remove buildup from ducts, improving indoor air quality and ensuring home heating and cooling systems work as efficiently as possible.