The Tee It Up Card invites golfers to tour eight Indianapolis-area courses with discounted access. Participating courses include Yorktown’s The Players Club at Woodland Trails, where players roam across a 6,934-yard circuit of bentgrass fairways and greens, and Golf Club of Indiana, a famed course where Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, and Gary Player have all sought out birdies and searched for the secret place where Walter Hagen buried his gold. Specific discounts vary from course to course, but typically consist of heavily discounted greens fees or free greens fees with payment of the cart fee. In addition, each course offers cardholders additional deals, such as free or discounted range balls, club-fitting services, or marked-down pro-shop merchandise.
Cardinal Fitness provides a throng of workout amenities in a fully equipped epicenter of exercise. Bolster blood-pumping organs with sophisticated cardio equipment while buttressing biceps and shaping solar plexuses on top-notch strength-training equipment. Although Austrian bodybuilders have pumped the world's iron supply to dangerously low levels, Cardinal still provides enough of the strength-fortifying mineral for a wide array of free weights. Your fitness assessment and personal training session will give you a jump-start at the gym and enhance subsequent workouts by providing you with information on the best exercises for your body, as well as individualized advice for achieving fitness goals.
Employing 5,000-year-old Ayurvedic techniques, Mother Nature’s Sun focuses on melting away stress with sound therapy that utilizes vibrational energy to soothe acupressure points and tension. Owner Wendy Morrison has gleaned valuable alternative-health expertise over the last 10 years, buttressing her knowledge of massage therapy with environmentally friendly methods that improve physical and spiritual health. In addition to Wendy, a talented staff of professionals assists in providing holistic-healing solutions. Sound-therapy sessions begin with a oneness blessing and a set intention for the session. Tuning forks and body tuners open up chakras and clear obstructed energy in order to relieve ailments such as pain, depression, and anxiety. Treatments help release old patterns and pave the road to self-discovery. Cure ailments and shed stress from weary soul-sacks with today’s side deal.
The aesthetically driven staff at Adorn by A Do, located next to its sister salon A Do Hair Design, augment epidermal terrain with a menu of facials, waxing treatments, and sunless-tanning sessions. The seasoned aestheticians combine individual services into packages, such as the Ultra-Sleek series, which balances complexions with microdermabrasion, dermaplaning, and creams made of microscopic bulldozers. The team also collaborates on bridal services and includes a licensed massage therapist who goes hand-to-hand against bodily tension with soothing massages that draw from Eastern and Western traditions.
In 1934, the Great Depression was creating a new brand of starving artist. Studios sat over garages filled with the smell of exhaust, and potbelly stoves kept models from having goose bumps. As a member of the Work Progress Administration, artist William Kaeser helped develop a network to solve problems found when trying to share art with the public. From this network, he and other local artists founded the Indianapolis Art Center, which has grown to a current faculty of 150 artists. The center continues Kaeser’s mission of engaging the community by creating opportunities for artists and teaching creative skills through classes and camps. Studios allow artists to design their own works using watercolor, bronze casting, woodworking, and metalsmithing, which they can submit for judgment in annual student shows and Supreme Court briefs. The Art Center building houses open spaces for studio work and exhibitions, along with a library and classrooms dedicated to different crafts. Renowned architect and Indianapolis-native Michael Graves designed both the facility and the attached ArtsPark. A 12-acre landscape dotted with more than 27 interactive sculptures, ArtsPark captivates visitors with its playful designs. ArtsPark also provides a natural setting for concerts, festivals, and the Broad Ripple Art Fair, which collects artwork from more than 225 North American artists.
At Yoga Monkey + Fitness, Aleasha Sholes and Angie Howard want all of their staff and students to behave like monkeys. The co-owners covet the animal's playful spirit, physical poise, and social nature, encouraging guests to embrace these qualities with a variety of classes. Whether they are leading Vinyasa yoga sequences or kickboxing jabs in their two workout studios, their constructive attitudes boost both moods and heart rates. They continuously strive to redefine each student's limits, though they never lose sight of the ideal balance among work, play, and meditation dream duels. Their health-care backgrounds?Aleasha was a nurse, and Angie devises wellness programs for independent and assisted-living facilities?give them the anatomical know-how to customize their programs based on different strength levels.