Kovar's Satori Academy is Sacramento's leading group of martial arts schools. We have been voted Sacramento's top martial arts school four years in a row by the readers of Sacramento magazine and viewers of KCRA. We have classes for people of all ages and all classes are taught by friendly certified instructors.
Dr. Forrest R. Boozer's expertise in examining, lightening, and cleaning pearly whites has earned him membership in a multitude of professional organizations, such as the American Dental Association and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. His skillful staff can equip clients with take-home whitening kits whose customized mouth trays work in 20–40 minutes, lifting stains incurred from sipping wine, swilling soda, or juggling tomatoes with your teeth. Dr. Boozer can also amplify patients’ oral health during the course of two office visits. Examinations and x-rays identify problem areas, and a thorough teeth cleaning removes plaque and tartar with precise professional tools, such as handheld scrapers and dental telekinesis. Alternatively, an in-office Zoom! whitening treatment transforms teeth in three 15-minute sessions that pair a specialized gel with bursts of intense laser light.
Swaying in time with rhythmic drumbeats and ukulele strums, Aloha Dancers' students pick up the footsteps and hip swings of Polynesian dance styles such as hula kahiko, Tahitian otea, and Maori during weekly classes. One-hour danceathons in the afternoons and early evenings welcome beginners, advanced students, and children at different levels to ensure that shimmying skills develop at comfortable rates. In each week’s class, students build on the repertoire of moves learned in the previous lesson as instructors roll coconuts across the floor to test their balance. While dodging the hairy shells and swaying their arms in graceful half circles, students also learn about the historical role of dancing in Hawaii's culture and gain insight into the techniques used to make the palm-imprinted skirts and leafy garlands worn by professional Polynesian dancers.
Bass Lake Golf Course's par-72 course challenges players of all skill levels with up to 5,939 scenic yards of rolling foothills, stubborn trees, and glittering lakes infested with hungry, hungry hippos. The course's 18 holes test golfers' finesse with short layouts?including the up-to-150-yard hole 10?and driving accuracy with lengthy layouts?such as the up-to-526-yard hole 1. Since taking ownership of the course in 2002, Alex and Sabrina Ho have enhanced the club with a 30-stall driving range, practice greens, a pro shop, and an onsite restaurant and bar.
When it comes to promoting holistic wellness, there are few therapies that fall outside Mija Cameto's scope. The certified massage therapist alleviates stress and muscle pains with standard relaxation and deep-tissue techniques, but she's also adept at performing a number of alternative modalities. Her specialties include Japanese reiki and shiatsu and Hawaiian lomi lomi, a modality that incorporates fluid motions and percussive tapping to unblock the flow of energy. Mija works at the Journey Center in Shingle Springs, but for an additional fee she can perform sessions in the comfort of your home, office, or giant peach.