Gravity loses all meaning once you strap on a Flyboard. The system's nozzles blast water at intense pressures, which allows riders to soar into the air like Iron Man or Captain America that one time he tussled with Captain Planet. The streams of water take flyers to heights of up to 35 feet and let them dive through the water with the agility of a dolphin.
Flyboard-Nation's instructors ready their customers for these adventures. They explain how to control the water-propulsion nozzles and execute basic flight maneuvers. Then, they take solo flyers or groups out on Lewisville Lake for flying sessions that range from 30 minutes to an entire day.
At KiZmet Therapy, licensed massage therapist Brenda Thomas operates under the premise that up to nine-tenths of all illness is stress-related. With that in mind, she believes massages are not simply luxuries reserved for people with gobs of spare time and the double-jointed elbows necessary to massage themselves. Massage and bodywork, such as relaxing Swedish, hot-stone, or cross-grain deep-tissue massage, may help to prevent disease and premature aging when combined with a healthy diet and exercise regimen.
My name is Blake Eastep, I have been a PGA Teaching Professional since 2001. My teaching portfolio includes men, women and junior golfers of all skill levels. If I could pick one word to best describe my teaching philosophy, it would be “adaptation”. There is no one golf swing to master. A great teacher must adapt to the ph
Since 2000, the cooks at Norma's Tex Mex have brought together Mexican and American food to dance a culinary tango of bold flavors. They sculpt pork tamales, grill shrimp quesadillas on housemade tortillas, and top burgers with avocado slices and jalapeño rings that patrons can also use for spur-of-the-moment marriage proposals. Diners can also slurp bowls of caldo de res, a soup made with beef broth, carrots, zucchini, and cabbage, or savor spoonfuls of deep-fried ice cream. Citrus-toned walls lend a cheerful ambiance to the eatery's clean interior.
Licensed clinical massage therapist Adrina Carter employs a holistic approach to massages to help to reduce stress, depression, and pain. She spent 600 hours in a course mastering kinesiology, anatomy, pathology, hydrotherapy, and clinical massage, which she combines to treat patients during every type of service. With deep-tissue, Swedish, sports, and hot-stone treatments, Adrina helps to repair tiny tears in muscle fibers that occur during prolonged periods of stress. Additional benefits of massage include decreased anxiety, enhanced sleep, and more energy so clients can leave Massage Virtue with a spring in their step and an aria in their nervous system.