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  • Body & Brain Yoga Tai Chi
    "Our bodies and minds are closely interconnected. Our state of mind is expressed in physical phenomena, and, conversely, physical phenomena reflect our state of mind," says Dahn Yoga founder Ilchi Lee, "Nothing is impossible. Keep working on it until it's possible. There is no failure, just the gradual process of success." To make this challenging, yet hopeful philosophy accessible to all, Lee combined the Eastern concept of chi energy with his own brain-management system, developing a distinctive program that unlocks inner peace and sweeps up brain clutter caused by the daily stress of always having to find Waldo. Warm-up yoga maneuvers awaken muscles before 30?40 minutes of breathing, stretching, core practice, and meditation?including a signature brain-wave vibration technique that aims to calibrate mental and physical energies. Cool-down exercises ease the body back into quotidian functionality before a 10-minute teatime invites socialization among participants while bolstering pinkie endurance. Dahn Yoga is also taught at independently owned and operated franchises called Body & Brain Yoga.
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    5001 Garrett Avenue
    Beltsville, MD US
  • Veramar Vineyard
    Escape from the city to the quiet elegance of Veramar Vineyard, a 100-acre private estate in the heart of Virginia’s wine country. Sip award-winning wines and listen to music on our Fountain Courtyard while surrounded by the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains! The winery is open year round.
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    905 Quarry Rd
    Berryville, VA US
  • Cross Creek Golf Club
    The imposing tree lines on either side of the par 5 first hole at Cross Creek Golf Club frame the ideal shot right off the teebox, like two sides of a leafy goalpost. The crossbar, then, is the medium-size pond just past the tees?the first of 12 encounters with water players will have over the duration of the round. As with so many situations found throughout the course, the shot demands steely nerves, much like asking for chocolate syrup on a hotdog. Even so, the opening gambit can bode well for the rest of the round?there are only two par 5s on the course, making a solid opening drive a player's best shot at securing a solid score. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 70 course Total length of 6,281 yards from the back tees Four sets of tees per hole View the scorecard
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    12800 Bay Hill Dr
    Beltsville, MD US
  • Cross Creek Golf Club
    The imposing tree lines on either side of the par 5 first hole at Cross Creek Golf Club frame the ideal shot right off the teebox, like two sides of a leafy goalpost. The crossbar, then, is the medium-size pond just past the tees?the first of 12 encounters with water players will have over the duration of the round. As with so many situations found throughout the course, the shot demands steely nerves, much like asking for chocolate syrup on a hotdog. Even so, the opening gambit can bode well for the rest of the round?there are only two par 5s on the course, making a solid opening drive a player's best shot at securing a solid score. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 70 course Total length of 6,281 yards from the back tees Four sets of tees per hole View the scorecard
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    4701 Bay Hill Dr
    Beltsville, MD US
  • Phil's Bar and Grill
    You won't be disappointed at Phil's Bar and Grill in Beltsville, where well-prepared eats and delicious drinks rule the menu. G-free and low-fat are just a couple of examples, come here for a quick bite that will leave you feeling healthy. null Avoid parallel parking and slide into a spot free of charge — the restaurant offers free parking next door. A mid-priced establishment, Phil's Bar and Grill offers meals that typically cost about $30 or less. Phil's Bar and Grill has menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner — just pick your favorite meal and head over.
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    10624 Baltimore Ave
    Beltsville, MD US
  • Making Moves Dance Collective
    A combination of jazz, hip-hop, lyrical, ballet, tap, and gymnastics classes contribute to versatile dancers, which is why Making Moves Dance Collective is a good place to start learning the craft. Owners Amber Comer and Kellie Sellers sought to open a studio where competitive dancers would find proper training. Not all of their classes cater to aspiring professionals, though; they also offer a street-jazz class for adults that focuses solely on toning and conditioning.
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    5640 Sunnyside Ave.
    Beltsville, MD US

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