Cleaved through the waving meadows of Lancaster County farmland, Tree Top Golf Course beckons to golfers of all stripes with a 4,651-yard, par 65 layout. The scaled-down links allow players to squeeze in an expedited round after work, before sunset, or during theater intermissions, and nine par 4s and a 427-yard par 5 channel the feel of a full-length layout. The course hosts night golf, during which clubbers tee up glow-in-the-dark balls and putt across greens illuminated only by the moon. To spread the game of golf to those at the critical age when they have to choose between golf and croquet, the course offers free rounds for children 8 and younger.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 65 course
Length of 4,651 yards from the farthest tees
Course rating of 64.2 from the farthest tees
Slope rating of 99 from the farthest tees
Two tee options
Instructors at Roundhouse Martial Arts & Krav Maga equip their students with self-defense tools using martial-arts and krav maga techniques. The popular cardio-defense class features a high-intensity workout for all skill levels. The classes are available for clients of all ages, ranging from kids aged 4 and older to senior citizens.
Salvere Health & Fitness is a one-stop shop for fitness and overall health?owner Lisa Martin has got experience and concrete certifications in the realms of dietary health and personal training. And all of her holistically minded services aim to heal and preempt future issues. Deep-tissue massage relieves pain and strain, while one-on-one fitness training helps clients surpass their wellness goals, from simply losing weight to building the endurance to backflip across the ocean.
Certified trainer Chris Miller's background makes him an ideal fitness mentor. He wasn't always in shape, and like many people, he disliked the way he looked as a teenager. So, he started lifting weights and working out, transforming his body and his entire outlook on life. He found that he had more energy, enthusiasm, and optimism?things he wanted to share with others. Chris became a personal trainer, earned a slew of certifications, and eventually opened Maximum Fitness in 1995.
Along with his team, Chris works with everyone from MMA fighters to sports teams to exercisers young and old. Each person's path to fitness starts with an initial consultation, during which trainers and clients decide on a custom fitness program that matches their goals. These might include exercise plans for specific sports, post-rehab training, or general workouts that blend strength conditioning and fat-burning cardio.
Maximum Fitness's 3,030-square-foot facility hosts these customized training sessions. To accommodate all workouts, the space boasts cardio machines, kettlebells, free weights, and enough consistent gravity to go around. It's also the location for group fitness classes such as boot camp and MMA conditioning.
When she was in third grade, Doctor of Chiropractic Lisa Gordon asked her teacher how the human body works. "That," replied Mrs. Kim, "is a question you might spend your life answering." And she has. Even with her chiropractic college education, her advanced training in specialty techniques, and her more than two decades of experience, Dr. Gordon finds herself constantly learning about the human body as she treats people with problems such as back pain, injuries, and migraines.
With the help of her assistant, the English- and Spanish-speaking Lina Aye, Dr. Gordon uses Neuro Cranial Integration (NCI) to address pain and discomfort by properly aligning the cranial bones, brain, and nervous system. She also uses Advanced Allergy Therapeutics' gentle pressures to relieve the allergy symptoms of people allergic to dairy, animal dander, and work.
When Debra Sternberg first caught sight of Tom Koerner at the Doc Scantlin dance in 1987, she was smitten by his enthusiastic jitterbug. Though the duo's subsequent amorous relationship lasted only a year, their swing-dance partnership has lasted for decades. Together, they have jitterbugged and lindy hopped into the top spots in contests that include the 1994 UK Lindy Hop Championships, the 1998 Virginia State Open, and the 2010 National Living Legends of Swing Award.
Today, Tom and Debra pass on their expertise and passion at Gottaswing, their dance school that has expanded into eight locations throughout the United States. Each week, more than 500 students lay the six- and eight-count foundations for the jitterbug and lindy hop. Beginner, intermediate, and advanced classes meet six nights a week at various studios and dance clubs throughout the DC area, each equipped with a dance floor where students and a woman who looks suspiciously like Amelia Earhart can let loose . Four nights a week, the school invites students to join fellow classmates at events to dance along with DJ-curated tunes and live music.