Throughout history, it was swordplay that was the true universal language. Working to expose budding swashbucklers to a long history steeped in tradition, the duo of coaches at Ocean State Fencing Club bring their unique experiences to their eager students. Owner Mikhail Kolker’s competitions throughout the former USSR, and coach Sergey Kolker’s national medalist status give them all an expert edge and perspective. Pupils aged 6 to adult can expect to obtain the quickness of a cat while participating in low-impact drills that prepare them for competition or intense Renaissance Fair auditions.
Maria Kishfy understands that, at any age, starting an exercise routine can be difficult. At Symmetrics Wellness Movement Center, she and her staff—which includes another trainer and a licensed massage therapist—work to inspire clients of all fitness levels to be proactive in achieving healthier lifestyles. They take pride in creating an no-mirror atmosphere free of distraction designed to empower individuals to celebrate physical activity from the inside out. The trainers lead boot camps, a slew of fitness classes such as Zumba and FitYoga, are certified to teach a class in partnership with the Arthritis Foundation tailored for those who suffer from arthritis and other related diseases. Her experience as a trainer proves that she’s up for the challenge; she has also created a wellness program for elementary-aged children—Camp Trophies. For an extra level of inclusiveness, they take on groups of three with similar fitness goals, ranging from burning fat to chiseling more muscles than Michelangelo when he was on deadline to finish David.
The highly trained dentists and clinicians at Attleboro Family Dental are dedicated to educating both their patients and themselves, keeping up to date on new products and techniques by attending lectures, meetings, and conventions. The practice offers a wide variety of services including regular cleanings, Zoom! teeth-whitening treatments, crowns, implants, and more.
Under a striking canopy of wooden beams, dancers shuffle and slide across the blond hardwood dance floor of Studio One RI's 2,300-square-foot studio. Elegant ballroom routines, sultry salsa exchanges, and down-home country-western steps fill a schedule of morning, evening, and weekend classes. In group and private classes, experienced instructors balance the fun and charm of dance with the precision and complex systems of strings required by its more rigorous forms. Parents and toddlers can tango together in special classes, and youth ages 4 to 16 can soak up the fun, social environment of youth classes.
As diners uncork the wines they've brought to Cafe Sowa, chefs busily prepare inventive bistro fare. Those options shift with the seasons, which is appropriate for a restaurant with a sprawling outdoor patio. During the summer, they might include a fresh watermelon salad with feta and cracked pepper or smoked-salmon wrap with capers and dill mayo. An array of desserts also changes with the availability of fresh ingredients, and they those sweets arrive at tables beneath brightly hued rustic paintings.