Michelle Pelletier, Director at Center for Psychic Healing, is a fourth-generation psychic healer. Drawing on that background, she works to heal visitors from the inside out. She does this by leading meditation and psychic readings, helping her clients come to important spiritual breakthroughs and improvements in overall health.
Her readings, whether in person or over the phone, are intended to provide guidance in future challenges as well as past troubles. They're also meant to simply improve physical wellbeing. She also leads specialized classes, which focus on specific subjects such as distinctions between different chakras and energy healing.
Since 1970, Cape Cod Vacuum has been furnishing homeowners and commercial cleaners with the requisite equipment for tackling household messes. Across their four locations, the shop boasts a large inventory of upright, canister, cordless, and central vacuums from Dyson, Miele, Electrolux, and Hoover, as well as commercial vacuums, cleaning products, and floor care equipment. In addition, an onsite team of technicians reconditions and repairs vacuums by most major brands.
Maybe it's an untamed jungle, or a space ship where astronauts encounter alien life forms. Or perhaps it's a medieval castle under attack from evil knights. The multi-tiered play set, which stretches across much of the indoor center, can be anything kids want it to be. That’s probably why it’s Bonkerz Party Zone's most popular attraction. Young adventurers can unleash their imaginations as they climb, swing, and bounce their way across the sprawling red and blue levels. Parents, meanwhile, keep an eye on their little tykes through the see-through mesh siding— that is if they don't jump into the play set themselves.
The fun spills over into other attractions, such as a moon bounce and an ocean-themed climbing wall, which forgoes traditional handholds for ones that look like fish. Electronic beeps ring out at the arcade, where kids and adults can compete in air hockey or play non-violent video games. To fuel family playtime, an onsite snack bar churns out New York-style pizza, and staffers supply themed birthday cakes for special occasions.
Unlike symptom-based medicine that focuses on a single problem, Doctor of Chiropractic Albert Couillard’s holistic approach ensures the whole body is in working order. He omits drugs and surgery from his healing repertoire in favor of techniques that stimulate the body’s ability to heal itself.
Dr. Albert focuses on resolving pain to help clients experience relief quickly. Relief care aims to relieve pain, but the body still needs corrective care to help muscles heal more completely, which prevents further pain. During this time, the doctor may use such techniques as spinal adjustments and the Graston Technique to help heal damaged muscle tissue, restore and improve range of motion, and reduce the likelihood of recurring pain and injuries. Once the body is taken care of, clients can come back whenever they need for routine chiropractic care.
To help women achieve their fitness goals, the certified personal trainers at Get in Shape for Women focus on four areas: weight training, cardio training, nutrition, and accountability. Each of their small-group sessions are tailored to each exerciser. The trainers modify exercises to suit up to four ladies' fitness levels, beginning by calibrating 30 minutes of strength-training drills—such as free weights, lunges, and squats—to each student's abilities. Then, they do 25 minutes of cardio—the trainers might start beginners with a walk on the treadmill or light elliptical training, and challenge more advanced exercisers to high-intensity interval-training sessions for increased results.
The trainers supplement the group workouts with nutritional planning centered around the concept of eating six small, balanced meals six days a week. They set aside the seventh day for a bit of indulgence, be it eating a favorite sweet or lusting openly after bacon. To track ladies' progress toward reaching their goals, the trainers measure their weight and body-fat percentage every two weeks.