Licensed massage therapist Heidi Garrett soothes bodies and minds with customized massage techniques and alternative therapies such as reiki, crystal therapy, and chakra balancing. Heidi incorporates techniques from Swedish massage, trigger-point therapy, myofascial release, and reflexology to accommodate each session to her clients' unique needs and wellness plans. Long, flowing strokes alternate with firm taps as Heidi focuses on pressure points to reduce stress and help heal muscles pulled while shot-putting SUVs out of stolen parking spaces.
When you think about things to do in Tampa, outdoor ice-skating is usually not usually the first thing that comes to mind. But you can experience this quintessential winter activity at Tampa’s Downtown on Ice, the city’s only outdoor ice rink. Here, skaters can practice ice-hockey moves, figure-skating leaps, and carving the alphabet in cursive. The rink is part of Friends of Tampa Recreation, an organization that leads several activities, such as youth arts and crafts programs, sports leagues, and field trips for seniors.
A member of a previously undiscovered species known as skateasaurus stakes its territory, tracing figure eights along the rink's hardwood floor. Dressed in blue-and-white shorts and a red trucker hat, the plush, green-and-yellow dinosaur?otherwise known as Skato?eschews eating children, and instead prompts them to shake it all about in rounds of Hokey Pokey. This fun ambiance extends to the rest of United Skates of America's roller rink, surrounded by lime-green walls and manned by a smiling staff.
Join G-Team and donate $10 to help Meals On Wheels of Tampa provide hot, healthful meals to seniors and homebound individuals. If G-Team members raise $300, then Meals On Wheels of Tampa can deliver a hot meal to 60 homebound and senior individuals in the community. Each additional $10 raised will provide a meal to two or more people.
TAMCO Foundation is currently organizing therapeutic outdoor fishing trips for military veterans who have been severely wounded or disabled and their families. With these trips, the organization aims to promote healing and provide an opportunity for family bonding. A boat captain will conduct each three–four-hour fishing trip on the serene waters of Tampa Bay.