Kickboxing classes deliver a knee to the face of fat, burning up to 860 calories an hour with the high-energy striking moves of martial arts and boxing. All four limbs get in on the bag-bludgeoning action with iLoveKickboxing, as each class (a $15 value per class) provides a full-body workout that tones arm, leg, and tentacle muscles while tightening the body’s core and improving balance. Hitting the heavy bags won't skin your knuckles once you don the included boxing gloves, which also double as excellent spring-loaded props for re-creating Three Stooges gags. At the Houston location, classes take place Mondays at 7 p.m. and 8:15 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Wednesdays at 7 p.m., Fridays at 6:30 p.m, and Saturdays at 10:45 a.m. The Pasadena location has classes on Mondays and Wednesdays at 8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m., and Saturdays at 10 a.m, and the Baytown location has classes on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays at 6 p.m., and on Saturdays at 2 p.m.
The friendly staff at Connelly's Flowers can create beautiful flower arrangements and gifts suitable for all of your gift-giving needs. As the preeminent Niles florist, Connelly's Flowers can deliver flowers to Niles,OH and surrounding areas, with same day flower delivery available. Connelly's Flowers can also make deliveri
Youngstown Propane has been fueling sizzling barbecues and cozy homes for nearly 30 years. Heed the warbling of the birds and the entreaties of frozen chuck and prepare for a summer of grilling with a propane tank refill. Customers can refill their own vessel or request assistance before meditating on the perfect marriage of savory meat, roasted sweet corn, and unsettlingly friendly neighbors. Upon return to the homestead, grills will snort and paw the ground at the sight of the tank that, like a mackerel-shaped station wagon, is filled to the gills with fuel.
Something New Florist specializes in floral arrangements, decorative housewares, and wedding registries. For almost 20 years, the prettifying purveyors have been bringing fresh new colors to homes and special events with colorful compositions, such as the simple-pleasures basket, a multichromatic creation blooming out of a whitewashed wicker basket ($39.99), and the cube with yellow blooms, an arrangement of bright-yellow alstroemeria, carnations, and chrysanthemums in a square glass vase ($36.50).
The Petals staff floods their space with the sights and fragrances of flourishing blossoms. A vibrant collection of sunny yellow tulips stretch out of their glass vase and sport a fashionable yellow ribbon ($34.95 for 10), and Teleflora's Sweet Thoughts crowns its collection of passionately red roses and purple wax flowers with strands of bear grass tied to form a heart (starting at $34.95). The How Sweet It Is arrangement unfurls a selection of pollen mansions including light-orange roses, hot-pink and red carnations, and matsumoto asters (starting at $34.95). To class up any classy engagement or the classroom of a beloved horticulture professor, the Arrive in Style collection exudes elegance with hues of white Asiatic lilies, cushion-spray chrysanthemums, and other photogenic foliage (starting at $34.95).
Nominated for Best Gourmet Grocery on Fox 8's Hot List in 2008 and 2011, Motts Old Mill Bulk Foods draws upon its 137-year history to satiate customers' cravings with a large selection of organic and natural products. Fresh peanut butter ($2.79/lb.) leads a lineup of house-ground nut butters, and myriad locally produced goods, such as Holmes County swiss cheese ($4.99/lb.), captivate taste buds with tales of Ohio's Swiss and Amish heritage. Rouse winter bellies with a serving of oatmeal ($0.64/lb.), or tempt sweet teeth with melting chocolates ($2.89–$3.29/lb.), cookies, and hardtack candies, which can be infused with more than 35 flavors of LorAnn candy oils ($1.09 each) before being placed in a mold or chiseled into a saccharine likeness of the David statue.