At Parviz Hypnotherapy & Holistic Center, Dr. Parviz Shafaghi uses his vast experience with hypnotherapy to help clients overcome difficult issues. During sessions, he can help clients deal with concerns such as depression, weight management, substance abuse, cigarette cessation, and self-confidence. He also specializes in dream analysis, working with clients to help analyze recurring dreams, nightmares, and their relationship with others.
Though both martial arts and visual art are creative in their own right, there are few places where the two converge. At FightKore, staff and instructors blend the training and tenets of MMA, Brazilian jujitsu, muay thai, and karate with a house clothing line inspired by Venice Beach street art. On the open gym floor, experienced coaches lead students in creative conditioning exercises, augmenting traditional workouts with twists such as the addition of medicine balls or dumbbells. They also introduce basic and advanced martial-arts skills on padded jujitsu mats and a dedicated boxing ring.
Master Lonny Louie, the owner of Fitness Innovations & Tae Kwon Do (FIT) has been teaching martial arts for more than 35 years. He and the FIT crew understand that different students have different needs, so they have developed multiple programs to accommodate athletes who want to train for competition, fun, or fitness. Instructors hold tae kwon do classes that equip students with self-defense and combat techniques while also focusing on discipline, respect, and confidence. They also hold kickboxing and fitness-kickboxing classes, which use muay thai principles to help students defend themselves and burn calories.
General Family Dentistry, providing services for the whole family. Cosmetics, Wisdom Extractions, Veneers, Crowns, Bridges, Implants, Dentures, Fillings and Orthodontics for Adults and Children. Senior and cash disounts provided. We are providers with Most Insurance Companies.
Mare Island Golf Club, whose 1892 founding makes it one of the oldest courses in the country, attracts golfers with breathtaking island scenery. Built near old Marine barracks, the course—which wasn't expanded into an 18-hole layout until 2000—originally sported sand greens, dry fairways, and a cast of unusual inhabitants including a Marine lieutenant's horse, who was drawn to the grounds by career aspirations of becoming a golf cart.
Today, the par-70 course begins with nine traditional, tree-lined holes before opening up on the back nine with a links-style layout designed by renowned Pacific Rim architect Robin Nelson. As golfers swing toward distant greens, views of San Pablo Bay and—on a clear day—the Golden Gate Bridge appear from certain vantages and sand-trap oases.
To perfect a backswing or spell out a marriage proposal with golf balls, players head to the 225-yard driving range with a bucket of balls. Patrons should arrive at least 20 minutes before tee times and can grab a bite in the restaurant or look for one of the 10 ammunition bunkers scattered throughout the course, which serve as a reminder of its connection to the military during World War I and II.
For Felipe H. Galvan Jr., DDS, dentistry is a family tradition. As a third-generation dentist surrounded by family members who work in the field of dentistry, Dr. Galvan—or "Dr. Philip," as his patients and staff call him—has grown up with a devotion to helping others. He graduated from Centro Escolar University in Manila, Philippines, and became board certified in the U.S. in 2000. Since then, he has continued his medical education at Loma Linda University and UCLA, continuously seeking new techniques and treatments for his patients at Galvan Dental Care.
Within the office's cheerful yellow walls, he performs treatments ranging from Zoom! teeth whitening to smile-enhancing veneers. The sunny reception area is bedecked with an Asian-inspired painting, fuchsia orchid blossoms, and bamboo plants, whose circular growth could be easily straightened with a handful of custom Invisalign aligners if they could only consent.