In as little as 12 minutes, patrons can bronze their bodies in Tanning Haven’s Matrix bed. It is outfitted with more than 22,000 watts and six facial tanners. Less intense tanning options, such as base beds and standup beds, are also available and allow clients to relax for up to 25 minutes each session. For those wanting a glow sans UV rays, an airbrush tan or dip in a bath of melted pennies does the trick.
The pizza engineers at Bengino's have pie making down to a science, assembling and cooking pizzas in less than three minutes and filling their menu with supplementary subs, wings, and sides. The BLT pizza adds mayo and cheese to its original trio of ingredients, and the hawaiian pizza transports tasters with its mix of ham, pineapple, bacon, and barbecue sauce ($12.99 each for a large). The meat lovers' pizza fills carnivorous quotas more than a hamburger statue made of meatballs with a quartet of pepperoni, sausage, ham, and bacon ($12.99 for a large). A handful of subs conquer hunger with varieties such as chicken club with bacon or pizza, a conglomeration of pepperoni, sausage, cheese, and three veggies ($5.99 each for a full). The menu gets extra lift with an assortment of chicken wings ($6.99–$19.99) and four different sauces to keep taste buds entertained with blind taste-testing contests. Bengino's drivers are only assigned one order at a time, ensuring deliveries are received as quickly as possible.
A professional basketball player for the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, Ron Howard founded Game Day Sports Camp with his wife, Reesha, as a way to both build kids’ characters and to prevent them from turning into stone due to sedentary lifestyles. During action-packed days, kids—led by thoroughly vetted, energetic counselors—shoot layups in basketball, practice intricate soccer footwork, and seize their opponents’ flags during games of football. Alternative activities supplement sports with team-building exercises and creative activities such as chalking sidewalks, crafting jewelry by hand, and building puppets. Special weekly events, such as Halloween in July, H20 Day, and Carnival Day, keep each week exciting. Above all, Ron and Reesha’s camp aims to honor life’s intangible victories, imparting in each participant the self-esteem and integrity necessary to handle all life’s challenges, whether dealing with relationships or wrestling an alligator during a gentlemanly duel.
The Cox Table, a key element of the Cox Technic, helps to stretch the back to decrease pressure and increase the size of nerve openings. Patients of Aaron Chiropractic often notice the table when first visiting the practice, which employs the table, among other procedures and techniques, as a part of its treatment plans. Led by three skilled chiropractors, Aaron Chiropractic creates wellness strategies comprised of both in-office and at-home treatments, including exercises, trigger point massage, nutrition, and orthotics.
Daring floral prints, leopard spots, and stripes pattern the upholstery in the waiting room at Merle Norman Luxe Spa & Salon. The eclectic decor flows throughout the salon, hinting at its broad range of hair and body treatments. The salon's hair designers cut and color men's and women's locks, as well as match heads to designer wigs in a private room. At manicure stations, nail techs coat fingertips in lacquers squeezed from the color wheel by scientists at OPI. In the spa area, skin specialists treat clients with the exclusive Merle Norman Cosmetics line on a try-before-you-buy basis. The line's cosmetics are manufactured in the United States and are guaranteed to be not tested on animals.
American Style Ballroom's founder Patric Didier has light tripped his way to a couple of Indiana Classic wins, a few gigs dancing for the Brian Setzer Orchestra, and several commercial appearances. When he's not coaching professional competitive dancers, Patric teaches budding dancers of all skill levels how to gracefully hit the floor. Along with co-owner Jeanne Cross—a veteran instructor with more than 30 years of experience—the light-footed duo and its team lead private and group lessons at the studio's two locations. Students of any skill level pound the boards in styles ranging from raucous swing to elegant Viennese waltz to the slightly less elegant Viennese waltz on stilts. American Style Ballroom also hosts practice dance parties to give guests a chance to air out their new moves.