We offer 26 exercise classes per week. Each class is approximately one hour in duration. Combining cardio and strength. The cardio portion is about 35 minutes of dance based aerobics followed by strength training working all muscle groups using weights, resistance tubes and stability balls
Dr. David Gianino and his loyal pearl-cultivating posse endow smiles with luminescent lightness using ADA-approved Zoom! treatments. A triad of 15-minute whitening cycles frosts tarnished chops with highly concentrated hydrogen-peroxide gel and bakes them to a white-hot sheen under activating Zoom! lamps, while a brief nap under fluoride blankets bequeaths mouths with plaque-resistant oomph. Chastened discoloration regimes relinquish their usurious grip on enamel and dentin as wine stains, tobacco tattoos, and cookie crumbs bolt away from gummy borders. Zoom!’s voodoo retrofits mouth gates with same-day visible results and an average of eight shades of cumulative colorlessness.
Licensed massage therapist, aesthetician, and manicurist Alicia Favreau specializes in making her clients look and feel beautiful with an array of spa services. Inside her studio at Natural Balance & Beauty, Alicia helps muscles combat tension with Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massage therapy. Massages are customized to each guest?s needs and can be upgraded to include aromatherapy or an eye and lip treatment. Alicia also helps clients in their pursuit of youthfulness with facials and waxing services.
Andy’s Sport Shop draws upon four generations of expertise in peddling and maintaining gear for skiers, snowboarders, and scuba divers. During the winter seasons, the staff buffs and waxes snowboards and skis, reducing friction that can melt the snow surface and limit traction while careening downhill. The shop also stocks aqua-ready gear, including scuba fins and weight belts, which provide a useful dive-descent alternative to cement shoes. Outfitted explorers can enroll in a vast offering of scuba courses to pursue sundry certifications ranging from open-water diving to wreck diving to ice diving.
The dedicated instructors at Kids Love Martial Arts teach children the techniques of self-defense styles such as karate and tang soo do. But they are just as focused on imparting lessons on discipline, focus, and confidence. The studio's websites shares stories of youngsters who were constantly distracted in school or picked on by their peers. The teachers always prescribe the same medicine: a few weeks in Kids Love Martial Arts classes. The physical aspect of the training engages the youthful participants, but it's the less tangible results that can help them positively channel their energy and confidently stare down the karate-practicing monster under the bed.
Joyous sounds reverberate off the walls at Mason Recreation Center, a decades-old entertainment emporium managed by a staff committed to keeping its guests entertained. Pins clatter on dozens of lanes designed for candlepin bowling, a variation on tenpin bowling that uses smaller balls and cylindrical pins that are not cleared away between frames so bowlers can hear their faint screams. The staff engineers the fun activities, hosting open bowling, overseeing league competition, and throwing birthday shindigs in private rooms. On several tournament-size tables, billiard balls clack against one another, and in the onsite arcade, video games bleep and purr like robots napping on magnets. In warm weather, the staff unfurls an 18-hole miniature golf course and opens an onsite sweets station that serves freshly scooped ice cream.