The Apple-aficionados at MacMedia, Inc. service dinged-up or malfunctioning Apple computers and mobile devices. At one of MacMedia’s two locations, Apple-certified technicians will replace iPod touch or iPhone screens ($99–$199) cracked by sidewalk freefalls and Mike Tyson videos. Software optimization, malware removal, or video-card configuration ($95) can help slouching computer performance perk up, and a logic-board installation ($140) will restore reason to a machine questioning its place in the animal kingdom. Customers may also summon a patrolling technician for on-site service ($125/hour; please see link for more information). With a MacMedia specialist’s personal tutelage and technological acumen, OSX programs such as iPhoto and GarageBand will shed their garments of inscrutability, and finicky hardware and software may calm down enough to handle requests without ejecting keys in a panic. Stop by a MacMedia, Inc. location for service, or call ahead for an in-home appointment.
Computers and networking—these are two areas that the techs at DataFast have mastered. Their services cover everything from hardware repair and website design to planning and implementing networks. They make life easy for their customers by performing these tasks both at the shop and on-location. DataFast also sells computer and networking gear, all backed by a warranty.
Manned by a diverse and experienced dive staff, The Scuba Shop hosts scuba classes for all skill levels in a 10,000-square-foot facility that boasts an indoor training pool kept heated to a cozy 90 degrees year-round. There, unseasoned and uncertified divers practice essential skills in a controlled environment before moving into the unpredictable motions of open water or an aboveground pool being carried away by giant ants. In addition to its vast array of training opportunities, The Scuba Shop sells high-quality equipment that divers can use on personal expeditions or on trips the shop organizes to exotic diving destinations.
Bikram Yoga AZ’s coterie of certified instructors leads students through Bikram yoga’s 26 poses matched to two breathing exercises. Within a studio heated to at least 100 degrees, students flow through poses that strengthen and stretch muscles, ligaments, and joints. Each posture is designed to work muscle groups needed for the next pose, building a series of interconnected movements. Each posture helps to temporarily decrease blood flow to specific areas of the body, sending in a rush of freshly oxygenated blood to joints, organs, and limbs when yogis unfold from folds and twists, unblocking the tiny traffic jams of hemoglobin.
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