Voorhees’s experienced staff, led by the experienced hypnotherapists Mary Costantino and Nikki Beden, helps people find natural solutions for problems and ways to improve the quality of their lives. Because the mind plays such an integral role in the body’s well-being, therapeutic hypnosis allows participants to take control of the relation between thoughts, emotions, and physiology. Guided imagery is used for self-generated healing, helping the body respond to hypnosis much more effectively than using words.
For every human, there are at least 200 million individual insects crawling, flying, and burrowing on the planet. Several thousand of the world’s six-legged rulers make their home at the Insectarium, a huge interactive museum dedicated to these fascinating arthropods. The three-floor museum includes exhibits ranging from live exotic insects and thriving colonies to movie rooms and a man-made spider web playground. Visitors can meet a 12-inch walking stick insect or watch the light glimmer off a metallic gold beetle. Observe the social structure of a functioning beehive and gain an understanding of the pint-sized politics of pheromones as they catalogue which bees the queen deigns to have tea with. Museum attendees can kick back for hour-long travelling shows, which bring insects from distant lands to interact with kids.
Bedbugs aren't a simple problem to deal with. Females can lay as many as five eggs each day and up to 500 in a lifetime, so even a small infestation can quickly grow without professional intervention. Bed Bugs Etc. Pest Control's technicians tackle the issue head-on with whole-home inspections and environmentally responsible extermination techniques. They also rid home of termites, cockroaches, silverfish, rodents, and 23 other types of pests that may carry harmful bacteria. In addition to eliminating current infestations, they help fix the conditions that led to infestation in the first place.
Though they didn't know each other at the time, Evgeny Dyachenko and Inna Ivanenko both discovered ballroom dancing in Russia at the age of 7. They enjoyed tremendous success in their respective careers, placing among the top competitors in championships across the globe, but it wasn't until they moved to the US and met one another that their achievements began to pile up like film-award statuettes in a movie star's toy chest. In 2006, they ranked second in the World American Rhythm Show Dance Championship; they toured 25 cities performing with Dancing with the Stars in 2007; and in 2008, they lit up theaters across the nation in the stage show Champions of the Dance. Eventually, they decided to share their talents with others and opened their own studio. Today, Evgeny, Inna, and their team of instructors lead dancers of all ages and levels through social and competitive dancing programs in a variety of styles—24 styles, specifically, which include foxtrot, rumba, West Coast swing, and tango.