Courtney and Corey Nappa complement each other’s skill sets well. Courtney has a wealth of business experience and a passion for beauty, and Corey has years under his belt as a personal trainer and fitness-center manager. They realized that they could combine their skills into an ideal health-club experience, and Ten X Club was born.
On the fitness end of the business, instructors hold group Pilates, yoga, and spin classes. Cardio and weight-lifting rooms feature equipment from manufacturers such as Nautilus and Precor. A kids’ playroom keeps tykes entertained while parents shed sweat. On the other end of the spectrum, the sleekly appointed salon features hair services, mani-pedis, and spray-tanning services in a quiet environment, the air perfumed with the scent of hair products. Here, too, members can send their kids to the playroom while they enjoy grownup relaxation time with beautifying services, adult conversation, and the freedom to eat animal crackers any way they choose.
Started by a passionate dog mom, Pooch-A-Palooza is a two-day outdoor event that celebrates the relationship between dogs and their owners. Pups can relax at the Pampering Spa, where groomers perform spa treatments and a rest area provides the perfect spot for a nap. Families can also walk their four-legged friends over to the Pooch Pavilion to watch trained dogs complete obstacle courses and other tricks. If they get tired of watching their pals show off, sign them up for contests such as Best Talent or Most Unique Bark. As a family-friendly event, the entertainment isn't just for dogs: there are food trucks alongside a vendor marketplace, live music, and a kids' area with inflatables, face-painting, and a rock wall. The festival raises money for PAWS New England, a local rescue organization that places neglected dogs in safe homes. PAWS will host an onsite adoption booth at the festival to help find homes for some of their furry pet friends.
No matter the weather, kids play all day at Children's World Indoor Playground. This playground, like the best fine dining restaurants, is designed for kids up to age 10. Bounce houses give little ones a spring to their step as they make their way to the top of twin slides. Closer to the ground, a mini coaster transports kids up and down little hills, while on rideable toys, they can simulate a traffic-filled trip to the grocery store. Train tables and kitchen sets enhance pretend play sessions, and a dome-shaped jungle gym dares kids to climb. A separate toddler area provides pintsized playtime, and the whole family can take a break in the snack area, where parents can hop on the free WiFi as they sip a cup of coffee and relax.
Field Martial Arts Academy is a High-Energy, Dynamic, and FUN place to strengthen the MIND, BODY, and SPIRIT! We offer classes for all ability levels, from ages 5 to 95! Whether it is our awesome Kickboxing program, or our fantastic Kid and Adult martial arts programs, you cannot go wrong!
Answer is Fitness invites its members to take charge of their health and wellness with a spacious, well-equipped gym and a diverse schedule of classes ranging from yoga to body pump and muscle inferno. Certified personal trainers help clients maximize their workout efficiency and build strong, lithe musculature, while spinning, PIlates, and yoga group classes train mind and body with tests of physical endurance and flexibility.
Owner Richard Lanza began Open Doors as a metaphysical healing center and store in 1992, and he carried that healing spirit into the yoga studio he opened in 2003. At Open Doors Yoga Studios, Richard's goal is to create a space where people feel empowered to explore their personal beliefs on a path toward self-healing. Thus, yoga instructors at the studio's numerous locations help practitioners achieve their personal goals through accessible classes, each designed to build core strength while quieting the mind and increasing body awareness. From slow-flow heated classes to unheated Hatha sessions, students can participate in a variety of yoga styles geared toward beginners, more experienced participants, and those who only feel comfortable in a 98-degree room.