A recreational destination since Devereax Emmet and Alfred M. Tull sculpted it into the East Hartford countryside in 1930, Long Hill Country Club’s 18-hole course unfurls 6,014 yards of manicured fairways and greens. Mature trees form a path along the par 70, impeding golf balls that stray to the rough in a short-sighted search for a soft landing. The course features three tee options to appeal to golfers of all abilities.
Course at a Glance: * 18-hole, par 70 course * Length of 6,014 yards from the farthest tees * Course rating of 68.1 from the farthest tees * Slope rating of 115 from the farthest tees * Three tee options * Scorecard
Dr. Jeff Martone, DPM, FACFAS and the staff at Family Foot Care Center's two offices help feet find relief from disease-, age-, and grape stomping-related symptoms with an array of services. They wield advanced technology during treatments, including the fungus-thwarting Cutera Nd:YAG laser and a noninvasive testing system for peripheral arterial disease. In addition to treating foot woes, the staff contributes to patients' podiatric knowledge with a slew of educational resources available on its website.
At East Hartford Tennis Club, head pros Scott Snow and Sharon Murphy work with a team of fellow certified tennis instructors to spread a love for the sport. On contemporary courts, they shape athletes of all ages—some as young as 4—with fun games and drills, as well as more competitive training. Parents can oversee the lessons from the comfort of a courtside lounge.
Ancient Himalayan singing bowls and the calming tone of a gong envelop The Conduit Center’s space as individuals lie comfortably on pillows and blankets, letting the deep vibrations and soothing sounds lull them into a deep meditative state. These sound-meditation concerts are just one aspect of the center’s meditation services, which are designed to create a state of effortless relaxation for each participant. Guests can also opt for vibrational sound massage and singing-bowl sessions, both of which use vibration and sound to calm the entire body while boosting mental focus, helping the body heal while making ordinary soup bowls seem sadly inadequate.
In addition to meditation, the center conducts yoga, tai chi, and qigong classes that are both challenging and accessible to all levels of participants. Complimentary herbal teas, massage therapy, and individual or marriage counseling are also offered as part of the center's goals to create a tranquil environment where each individual can quell anxieties and start a personal journey of self-exploration.