Under the supervision of a board-certified physician, the professional staff at Physician’s Weight Loss Centers helps clients work toward overall wellness while shedding pounds with their six specialized weight-loss programs. After a consultation with a certified staff member, each client is assigned to the program best suited to his or her goals, current health, and willingness to put up with a stack of pancake’s “I miss you!” text messages. Programs can also be augmented with regimens of supplements and vitamins, including the fat-targeting agents of vitamin B12 injections. Not merely satisfied with supplying menu plans, the staff offers behavior-guidance plans, counselors, and medical consultations to ensure clients fully embrace new, healthful behaviors.
The chefs at Swagath Indian Restaurant assemble a menu of meatless Indian specialties cooked with healthy ingredients and robust, exotic flavors. Reaching for organic and seasonal items whenever possible, chefs roll up crepe-like dosas made from a variety of grains and top them with anything from chutney to curry to onions sliced as thin as sitar strings. Thicker South Indian pancakes, or uthappam, come studded with cheese, chilies, or veggies, and rice dishes arrive seasoned with tamarind, raw coconut, or fresh homemade yogurt. More than a dozen entrees showcase stars of the crisper draw, such as cauliflower, eggplant, okra, or peas, and a trio of garlic- and onion-free dishes cater kindly to kissing-booth employees.
Since 1972, Village Square Cleaners's team of drivers and dirt-fighters has escorted clothing to the business' service bases and then back home to clients within the Tyson-Dulles corridor. At each location, every garment, textile, and pillowcase stops at four inspection stations on its way to purification?a process that ensures that dirt and debris have been evicted from every fiber. Village Square Cleaners can return refreshed garments to their owners on the day after pickup and will accept any unwanted hangers to recycle into antennas for two-way radios.
We are a group of Realtors servicing the Metro DC area. We are licensed practice in the state of VA and MD. Having seen both the Boom and Bust of the Real Estate market, we have devised some of the unique service offerings that can help you in selling or buying your next home.
The larger-than-life inflatables at Sport Bounce of Loudoun aren’t just manufactured in the United States—they’re also crafted from commercial-grade, lead-free vinyl. The staff here takes just as much responsibility for visitors’ safety as they do for their entertainment, and oversee cleanliness throughout the 10,000-square-foot space. The bright, open arena fills with children aged 18 months and older who glide down two giant inflatable slides, bound through bounce houses and obstacle courses, dunk on inflatable basketball hoops, and fend off inflatable train-robbers in a kid-powered train. Though some areas only accommodate children, adults are welcome to slide and bounce as they supervise their kids at play.
Fun events, such as pajama and birthday parties, are a staff specialty. During each birthday celebration, they perform all setup and cleanup and provide utensils, birthday candles, and a crown or tiara for the birthday child. Each guest leaves with a complimentary photo of all the partygoers gathered on Sport Bounce's signature oversized red inflatable chair.
Not all art is flat. Take a sentimental macaroni painting, for example, or a baby's first shoe. Objects like these are art, because they mean so much their owners. So the seasoned artisans of Ashburn Art & Framing make it their mission to devise safe encasements for all variety of valuable, from an old, analog photograph to a bunch of Buffalo nickels super-glued together. Ashburn's arsenal includes a few prefab frames made of wood or metal, but the team's true forte emerges when crafting custom-cut frames designed specifically for the thing being enveloped. Oval frames can complement an expired passport photo, or Plexiglas cages can hold a signed baseball. And looking at Ashburn's framing manifesto, one gets the sense that there are no limits to the objects that can be enshrined, or any strict guideline on what can be considered a piece of art.