No two aesthetic aspirations are alike. That?s the view espoused by Dr. Tamara Densmore, the founder and medical director of Revitalization Medical Institute, and her skilled team, who take pride in personalizing and customizing treatments at the RMI Med Spa. Weight-loss programs are created by measuring both current and ideal weight with measurements such as height, weight, body fat percentage, lean muscle mass, and body mass index. After measurements are taken, clients will sit down with Dr. Densmore to review medical history and current lifestyle habits. Then, Dr. Densmore will set clients on a path to a healthier lifestyle and a lean body.
Skin services such as facials and microdermabrasion treat complexions, while Botox and other beautifying injectables eliminate wrinkles. Dr. Densmore is especially passionate about turning back the body?s clock, and?as an advanced fellow with the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine?expertly administers such age-defying treatments as IPL, and Fraxel treatments, and masks made of crayons.
With a stay at Holiday Inn Lido Beach, Sarasota in Sarasota (Lido Key), you'll be minutes from St. Armands Circle and close to Mote Marine Aquarium. This eco-friendly hotel is within close proximity of Mote Marine Aquarium and Marina Jack.
Make yourself at home in one of the 135 guestrooms featuring refrigerators. Rooms have private balconies. Satellite television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include desks and complimentary newspapers, and you can also request rollaway/extra beds.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Enjoy recreational amenities such as a health club and an outdoor pool.
Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of Holiday Inn Lido Beach, Sarasota. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include business services, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and a 24-hour front desk. Self parking is available onsite.
At Say It With Stitches, customers can personalize their household goods and wares with monogramming services. In addition to doing the embroidering, the store can help clients find something to have embroidered with a stock of blank slates such as T-shirts, polos, and fleece. Its cache also includes non-clothing items such as Tervis tumblers, needlepoint accessories from By Paige, and monogrammed handbags from Queen Bea. Once the canvas is picked, the store’s online interface processes customers’ personal logos for stitching onto the items for simple custom jobs. The shop also specializes in Bernina sewing-machine sales and repair, and offers classes in which students can learn sewing basics such as stitching a garment, hemming pants, and piecing together a stuffed Frankenstein’s monster out of old teddy bears.
The Collectors Wall Fine Art Gallery, a working gallery and framing venture owned by art enthusiasts Len and Kaye Gionfriddo and helmed by their son Gregg, has paired admirers with art and art with frames for more than a quarter of a century. The gallery experts outline posters and photographs with simple or elaborate frames and matting, and then top art with nonglare or UV glass so that it can be hang beautifully above mantels, in hallways, and off rearview mirrors. Framers also aid patrons in designing shadow boxes for jersey and sports-memorabilia displays and adding elegantly beveled frames to mirrors. In addition, The Collectors Wall sells rare prints, posters, and the brushwork of accomplished artists.
Licensed Zumba instructor Beth Golden—who also holds certifications from the AFAA, Red Cross, and PADI—leads easy-to-follow dance routines inspired by Latin salsa, merengue, and tango moves. A soundtrack of high-energy tunes and rolling r’s keep students motivated as she helps them shimmy off pounds with or without the help of muscle-toning sticks. She regularly changes up her dance routines to prevent boredom and keep feet guessing. In addition to group classes in the studio, Beth hosts private Zumba parties, taking her portable speakers and headset to beaches, parks, offices, or clients' homes to liven up special events.
The enthusiastic staff at Computer Advantage outfits visitors with helpful accessories and high-tech data machines. Like coal in the 1890s, an impressive lineup of Apple gear keeps sleek gadgets and laptops operating at maximum levels. The iRest ($49.95) keeps iPads perfectly propped up on laps or desks, and the OtterBox Defender series case ($49.95) guards iPhones from scratches, drops, and gangs of jealous desktop computers. A wide variety of useful apparatuses, such as a Brenthaven Prostyle MacBook Pro sleeve ($39.95) or a LaCie CooKey 16GB USB flash drive ($49.95), ensures doodads remain safe and easy to tote. In addition to equipping handheld devices with add-ons, Computer Advantage decks out home computers with vital supplements, such as the Volcano speaker by OrigAudio ($24.99 for one; $40 for two), finally allowing users to hear their electronic companion's Shakespearean dialect.