My real estate business philosophy is based on integrity, flexibility, professionalism and results. I hold the belief that it’s not about the money, it is about what is best for the client. Don’t get me wrong, I am here to do a job and get paid for doing it, but not at the expense of my client’s needs nor my reputation.
H.Y.P.E.D. stands for Healthier You Persisting Every Day, a nod to the founder's own struggles with her weight before she earned her personal-training certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Driven by her battles with maintaining a healthful diet and exercise regimen, she strives to help others achieve their fitness goals, from building muscle tone and lowering cholesterol levels to fitting into their high-school fedora. In her boot-camp classes, she inspires patrons of all fitness levels to get whipped into shape in a positive, supportive atmosphere, free of drill-sergeant-like shouting. She offers further motivation with nutrition counseling and personal-training sessions and urges clients to call her for additional support outside of class.
Cranium Euphoria, Foot Frenzy, and Hot Rock & Roll. These aren’t new dance fads; they’re just a few of the unique names TheMassageCenter gives to its different modalities. Behind these fanciful titles lay nearly 15 different targeted full-body treatments. The menu includes aromatherapeutic massages, lymphatic drainage, and classic deep-tissue bodywork. As a reward for repeat clients, The Massage Center offers a paid membership program that grants individuals free massages and reduced rates. The team can even visit clients at their place of work to perform chair massages, provided your boss doesn’t mind company chairs being slathered in essential oils.
Playtime Apollo Beach provides a safe environment for children ages 5 and under to work on two vital skills of childhood—socializing with peers and running around. During open-play sessions, toddlers hold free reign over a colorful playroom filled with padded floors and toddler-friendly toys, which let them do everything from jump into a pool of foam noodles to drive a plastic car without worrying about whether a cop will put them to bed. Kids can also join summer-camp sessions in which they play games and participate in art projects with themes such as space, the USA, and the zoo.