I-Concept Optical's brand-new studio equips eyeballs with a wide range of designer frames from brands such as Dior, Toonich, and Prada. Friendly staff helps customers choose frames perfect for their facial shapes, while on-site optometrists fashion new glasses in as little as one hour. In addition to traditional eyewear and sunglasses, I-Concept keeps shelves stocked with contacts from brands such as Biofinity and Harmony, presenting patients with a full range of unobstructed peripheral and frontal vision, allowing for masterful parallel-parking jobs and mantelpieces full of I Spy championship trophies.
Jeni Bond, owner of just yoga, and her team lead classes for all levels, including Yoga for stiff folks classes that focus on those who have trouble with flexibility. They also lead Hatha classes that focus on breathing and slow-moving postures, Kundalini classes that combine meditation with energetic poses, and Restorative yoga classes that help students overcome stress-related disorders through supported poses and naps at the local kindergarten. The wood-floored studio provides views of the North Shore Mountains, as well as a shop with yoga mats, lamps, organic products, teas, and gifts.
Cream-coloured couches in the lobby beckon visitors into Footex Medical Group, a haven for relief and relaxation. Through acupuncture, deep-tissue massage, and chiropractic treatments, its staff alleviates the stress and aches inherent to daily demands and nights spent sleeping under desks. The resident acupuncturist boasts more than a quarter century of experience, and thus conducts swift, effective treatments without pain. The soothing permeates everyday life when customers take home comfort-oriented orthotics, shoes, socks, or pillows after appointments.
Sunny, Langara Acupuncture Clinic’s registered practitioner, has treated patients in British Columbia for over a decade, but her history with the hair-thin needles goes back much further. Prior to moving to Canada, she practiced acupuncture in China, building up more than 10 years experience and training with a number of accomplished acupuncturists. One such figure, Mr. Puren He, helped to develop the use of hot needle acupuncture in the present day–a technique he passed on to his pupil.