Ricki Mackin boasts a drag-racing career that began in 2001. He built his first racecar three years later and eventually won road races and circle-track showdowns. Today, he puts this expertise to use as CEO and founder of Mackin Street Customs & RV's, where he and his team customize and detail boats and automobiles and soup up and service everything from racecars to RVs.
Courtsports revitalizes fleshy chassis with a bevy of stress-busting services and invigorating exercise programs. Multifarious one-hour massages enable achy patrons to safely release their inner tensions. Available massage modalities include Swedish, deep-tissue, shallow paper towel, sports, and more. For the untense, a range of regular group classes, such as Pilates, yoga, and Yogalates, help fitness fanatics mold their bodies into more acceptable shapes. Cardio junkies can crush calories during a kickboxing or cycling class or shed extra pounds while engaged in exciting cardio rhythm or tai chi classes. Click here to view Courtsports' full class schedule.
At Eugene Dance Studio, couples of all skill levels learn to step together during 50-minute classes taught by instructors with more than 20 years of experience. During group classes, duos pick up paired dances, such as the tango, quickstep, rumba, and various waltzes, in a social setting where they can meet and make friendship bracelets with other couples. Alternately, pairs focus on bonding by honing their fancy footwork in private sessions. The individualized instructor attention prepares twosomes for important dance-related events, such as weddings and embezzlement trials.
Licensed massage therapist Karen McAlpine specializes in a unique form of barefoot massage known as ashiatsu. With the aid of oil and two support bars above the treatment table, she applies deep pressure to the dense muscles of the back and shoulders using the balls of her feet, heels, and toes. She also offers traditional Swedish massage, hot-stone massage, and other luxurious spa treatments.
There’s no auto-glass task too big for the skilled technicians at Willamette Valley Glass, who call upon more than a quarter century’s worth of experience to patch up busted windshields. The team doles out complimentary assessments before repairing chips and cracks according to OEM specifications or swapping out entire windows for brand-new glass. They gently buff away layers of fog and haze from headlights and effortlessly remove tints from windows or monocles. Willamette Valley Glass welcomes drivers' cars into its shop, or staff members can make the journey directly to customers themselves at no extra charge.
Jung's Mongolian Grill inspires culinary creativity with a family-friendly buffet of stir-fry ingredients and sauces. Guests can load bowls with a menagerie of vegetables, meats, and noodles before handing custom blends to the grill-masters. Staff members then toss and serve edible opuses, permitting patrons to take home their leftovers if they don't return for seconds or anger the door guard by snapping his fake beard. Alternately, diners can rebuild and revise all-you-can-eat concoctions until stomachs replace growls with thankful purrs. The grill battles cravings from 11:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. for lunch and from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. for dinner, elongating its hours to 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.