7e Fit Spa's name makes a lot of sense, once it's broken down. Seven represents a universal number that represents the seven body chakras and colors of the rainbow; "e" stands for the seven essential elements of wellness (a healthy lifestyle, inner peace, and positive energy, to name a few). Fitting, considering the spa's mission is to inspire a healthy and mindful lifestyle?with the help of some natural and scientific therapies, of course. These therapies and treatments target the face as well as the body, from microcurrent facials and microdermabrasion to body contouring treatments and LED light therapy.
The amiable blossom artisans at Ms. Scarlett's Flowers fashion freshly burst buds from both exotic and domestic beds into contemporary and traditional posies. Apologize for forgotten anniversaries of first fist bumps with a [Together Forever] arrangement (http://gr.pn/itqhFU), a stem soiree that envelops crimson roses and carnations in a flirtatious forest of pink and green flora, all nestled in a cherry-colored cube vase ($39.95 for standard). The a-DOG-able in a Basket arrangement builds a floral pooch from creamy carnations before unleashing him in a basket-fenced paddock ($49.99 for standard). Exotic palm leaves sway behind a brood of tropical inflorescence as purple orchids snuggle up to sunward-stretching stalks in the Zen Artistry arrangement ($42.95 for standard).
Like most success stories, Leader's Casual Furniture didn't start at the top. Founded in a single west Florida show room in 1971, the company now boasts 19 retail show rooms, a 150,000-square-foot distribution center, and an ever-increasing selection of rattan, wicker, and patio furniture. Upon browsing the virtual show room, visitors find rattan dining sets, beds, and entertainment centers as well as wicker tables with stone or glass tops. Custom fabrics and tropical-themed pieces add personal flair to interiors or exteriors, and an online room plannerhelps customers get a feel for how chosen pieces will fit into their homes.
Beneath a canopy of towering palms, visitors to Sarasota Children’s Garden trace a winding pathway around a koi pond and animal topiaries. The idyllic environs stem from owner Joan Condon’s vision to provide a playspace immersed in Sarasota’s natural beauty. Garden curators hone in on nature’s whimsical side, dotting the premises with fairy gardens and sculptures of mythical creatures. Beyond providing ample space for frolicking and befriending retired tooth fairies, the garden also strives to introduce stewardship to young minds with classes and events.