Clearing your sinuses isn't typically considered an enjoyable activity, unless you are at Aroma Therapy & Massage Center. That's thanks to the center's sinus massage treatment, which in addition to?the usual pampering includes trigger point therapy to clear the?airways for fewer tension headaches and better breathing. This is just one of Aroma Therapy's specialty massages. In addition to traditional Swedish and hot stone massages, the licensed therapists offer?craniosacral therapy and a facial massage, which uses steam, cleansers, and traditional massage to refresh and relax the face and any children currently pinching it.
With this diverse set of treatments, Aroma Therapy & Massage Center is focused on healing the mind, body, and spirit.?For more proof?try out a skin or body treatment;?you can indulge in a body polish with citrus body polish or Jamaican brown sugar cane, and cap it off with a soak in a hydrotherapy tub.
East Alabama's oldest private country club, established in 1947. Rated Top 5 courses in Alabama by Golf Digest. Rated 4 of best 18 holes in Chattahoochee Valley by The Ledger-Enquirer. Full service country club with convenient location directly off I-85 Exit 57.
An extensive menu of fresh and comforting treats takes shape in Jefferson’s laid-back interior, where friendly servers warm up crowds with starters such as fried dill pickles ($3.00/$5.75), corn nuggets ($6.50), and Ultimate fries, smothered with three types of cheeses, Cajun seasoning, and a layer of crispy bacon ($6.95). Spice up a slow workday or a slow-moving fasting day with an order of Jefferson's fully customizable wings ($6.95 for 10), or nosh on a fried oyster po' boy, a hearty hoagie stuffed with fresh gulf oysters that are battered and fried until golden brown ($7.95). Other seafaring portions include fried catfish ($7.50), a spicy shrimp basket ($8.25), and a melodious band of fish 'n' chips fronted by soulful slaw and backed by harmonious hush puppies ($7.95). Customers craving candied confections can find fulfillment in slices of creamy peanut butter or pecan pie ($2.95 each).
Compiled in one of the area?s largest newsrooms, the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer reports on civic and national news and informs the community of local sports and entertainment events. With a wide array of classified ads, residents can stay abreast of available apartments, buying and selling opportunities, and employment openings for new monarchs. Sunday editions include a style section, crossword puzzles, and comics such as Peanuts, Beetle Bailey, and Snuffy Smith.
The Elements Natural Medicine team provides natural health care for everything from colds to cancer. Custom herb blends and acupuncture treatments aim to alleviate allergies and chronic pain. Vitamin B injections and nutrient infusions help energize the body and boost the immune system. The staff can also test clients for food allergies.
Southern Views Magazine sates the tastes of stylish urbanites by publishing how-to guides for culture living in the South. The bi-monthly magazine arranges articles concerning the goings-on of a well-to-do Southerner in a hip and easy-to-read fashion, with topics ranging from arts and culture to social events. The Homes section is a drool-inducing visual feast displaying the most beautifully designed pads in the South, with past features showing off a traditional, elegantly appointed two-story Tudor next to a minimalist, industrial loft space. The Fashion section for the February/March 2011 issue features sprightly spring attire and ensembles with an outdoorsy twist to replace last year's fad of wearing janitorial buckets as hats. The Interviews section features conversations with various people of importance, including Rod Stewart, Mike Rowe—star of Discovery Channel’s Dirty Jobs— and Major General Robert B. Brown, commanding general of Fort Benning.