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44% Off Personal Trainer Services

Performance Nutrition

North Charleston

$70 $39

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 92% Off Chiropractic Packages

Alignlife of West Ashley: Charleston Spine Institute

Charleston

$250 $20

Doctor Thomas Stanzel and his team consult with patients and offer treatment recommendations based on findings

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White Smile Central

North Charleston

$116.95 $25

Professional-grade bleaching gel and LED light erase unsightly stains; remineralizing gel strengthens enamel and reduces sensitivity

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GlamWhite

North Charleston

$175 $29

Home teeth-whitening kits include trays and free whitening gel refills for life; can whiten teeth up to 12 shades in one to two weeks

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Pro Smile Teeth Whitening

North Charleston

$199 $25

Custom-molded trays, all-natural whitening gel, and LED light work together to fight stains during 30–60-minute sessions

87% Off Take-Home Teeth-Whitening Kit

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North Charleston

$199 $25

Professional-grade bleaching gel and LED light erase unsightly stains; remineralizing gel strengthens enamel and reduces sensitivity

Up to 76% Off at Masters Studios

Masters Studios

Multiple Locations

$70 $25

Masters Studios trains students to achieve goals, whether to get in shape, train, or to become a martial arts master

57% Off Aquatic Memberships at Charleston JCC

Charleston JCC

Charleston

$250 $109

Individuals and families can splash around in the pool, play tennis and basketball, and work out in group classes at the renovated center

76% Off a Dental Exam or Fluoride

Northside Family Dentistry

Multiple Locations

$312 $129

Dentists carefully examine and clean teeth during sessions tailored to the needs of children or adults

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Trees draped in spanish moss catch the wind along the edges of the fairways at Shadowmoss Plantation Golf Club, where designer Russell Breeden sculpted a 6,701-yard course into the verdant grounds of a former plantation. Throughout the par-72 layout, ponds and streams ripple on the borders of nearly every hole, often forcing golfers to choose from taking a conservative line, challenging the hazard with a big swing, or releasing their golf ball to a family of catfish. Breeden's artful use of waterways is most noticeable at the par-5 eighth hole, where a stream splits to cut across the center of the fairway and wraps two watery prongs around both sides of the hole to add pressure as golfers contemplate their approach to the green. Bermuda-grass fairways and greens await golf balls that steer clear of the course's water hazards and the various sand traps occasionally populated by disoriented sunbathers.

Before taking to the first tee, clubbers can warm up their swings and rehearse their putter-twirling routine at a practice complex that includes a driving range and a putting green. To keep golfers fresh during rounds, the club offers on-course beverage service and a full-service snack bar and lounge.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par-72 course
  • Length of 6,701 yards from the farthest tees
  • Course rating of 72.3 from the farthest tees
  • Slope rating of 131 from the farthest tees
  • Five tee options
  • Scorecard
20 Dunvegan Dr
Charleston,
SC
US

South of Philly Pizzeria tosses together sandwiches, pasta, and eponymous pies using hand-lobbed crusts and 100%-fresh ingredients to create its menu of Italian ingenuity. Its inventory of signature pizzas ($11–$19) spans from the ferociously carnivorous “T-Rex” to the “Apollo,” a not-so-mythical mélange of spinach, olives, fresh tomato, and feta cheese on a roasted-garlic-butter base. Fans of overturned edibles will covet the calzone and create-a-zone (starting at $7.50), while pasta twirlers can tackle the chicken cacciatore ($8) or the Philly-inspired phettucini alfredo, which exudes brotherly love ($7.75). Each of the savory steak sandwiches is fortified with a half pound of shaved rib eye, and comes with a plethora of topping choices—from the provolone, fried onions, sweet peppers, and mushrooms of Da Bomb to the marinara and mozzarella of the pizza-steak sandwich, the Italian equivalent of Frankenstein’s monster ($7.50 each).

2875 Ashley River Rd
Charleston,
SC
US

Comfy leather couches, oversized wood-framed mirrors, and a sprawling open floor plan coalesce to forge an elegant but laidback atmosphere inside Paloosh Salon. Here, clients can plop into the wide-backed swivel seats at hairstyling stations or sink into cushy pedicure chairs as they watch their coiffures morph from bland to dazzling or their nails take on new hues to match the pet goldfish they carry with them everywhere. A team of six artists offers a variety of services, harnessing their individual backgrounds and continuing education to meticulously color strands, effectively defuzz legs, and expertly apply makeup for special occasions.

2408 Ashley River Road
Charleston,
SC
US

Drayton Hall

When John Drayton broke ground on Drayton Hall in 1738, he had no idea that his estate would survive the American Revolution, the Civil War, an earthquake, and numerous hurricanes. The stories contained in the building’s walls span seven generations of history tied to the Draytons and the Bowens family, an African American family that lived and worked at Drayton Hall before and after emancipation. Since 1974, when Charles and Frank Drayton sold their ancestral home to the National Trust, visitors have been able to transport themselves into the past with more ease than rubbing the beard at the Lincoln Memorial.

The main house, a sweeping example of Georgian Palladian architecture, is the oldest near-original, unrestored colonial home in the United States. Like a helpful ghost, the grand rooms and original fireplaces whisper history into the ears of all visitors, telling tales of British and colonial soldiers who occupied the house during the American Revolution. Views from the portico are filled with drooping trees, spanish moss, and a grand driveway. Surrounding the estate, an undisturbed historic landscape backs up to the Ashley River, and also encompasses A Sacred Place, the oldest African American cemetery in the country still in use.

3380 Ashley River Rd
Charleston,
SC
US

At Arts For Fitness, students can take tae kwon do, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and yoga classes or go at their own pace in the 24-hour gym facilities. Highly experienced teachers lead the classes in a fun, welcoming environment. For instance, the studio's yoga instructor, Chi, has been practicing and teaching yoga since the 1990s and has studied under yoga masters Nicky Knoff and James Bryan.

3545 Mary Ader Ave
Charleston,
SC
US

BFVH is a woman-owned full service veterinary hospital located west of the Ashley in Charleston ,SC. At Bees Ferry Veterinary Hospital we strive to provide your pet with the comprehensive and integrated health care that we would want for our own pets.

3422 Shelby Ray Ct
Charleston,
SC
US