Dariel Baez and Lady Lamas have spent the last decade immersed in the health and wellness world. At Body Image Coral Gables, they hope to pass along the expertise by offering fitness classes that focus on weights, the TRX suspension system, and cardiovascular conditioning. The also dispense nutritional guidance for the appropriate amount of protein, fat, and carbs for each client or client’s pet guinea pig.
The licensed practitioners at Chrysalis Cosmetic Spa offer Botox and other cosmetic injectables, laser hair removal, and varicose-vein treatments under the medical direction of Dr. Manuel Gonzalez. The spa also has a full menu of nonmedical services, including facials, microdermabrasion, and waxing. All treatments are performed by trained personnel in a clean-and-airy treatment room.
For more than 15 years, Joe has built and expanded AutoTech the Alarm People from a basic car-alarm-installation outfit to a destination for customers seeking numerous vehicular upgrades. The shop still installs and sells alarms, but now also outfits trucks with accessories, tints windows, and boosts sound systems with brands such as Pioneer and Kenwood. Other enhancements include GPS navigation systems, rearview cameras, and radar detection.
Arena Combat Sports teaches punishing Muay Thai strikes and swift right hooks in a supportive environment where students are free to learn with or without physical sparring and contact. During boxing circuit training, students thwack heavy bags, hoist kettle bells, and jump rope while Jiu jitsu students grapple sans gi on the ground. Arena also offers junior MMA classes, which introduce younger students to the fighting arts while building confidence, self-esteem, and leadership skills.
Cigar and Cigar Accessories maker, wholesaler and retailer. Cuban Crafters Cigars presently has a large cigar MegaStore at 3604 N.W. 7th St. in Miami; a retail store at 2502 W. Flagler St. in Miami; a retail store at Cleveland Hopkins Airport, Concourse D; and a retail store in Managua International Airport, Nicaragua.
William Vivas brings a wealth of experience to his work as a podiatrist. Not only does William speak English and Spanish, but he is also a graduate of the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine and worked at Miami's veterans' hospital. In 1986, he opened Flagler Foot Clinic, where he treats various medical issues, including foot pain resulting from arthritis, varicose veins, sports injuries, diabetic foot ulcers, and toenail fungus. He also offers orthotic therapy and even makes house calls.