If important documents aren't properly stored, they may be mistaken for trash or scarecrow filler. That's why The Bookkeeper offers an ecofriendly, organized alternative with paperless accounting. A skilled technician, or client with a smartphone, can meticulously upload documents to a private locale, from which they can be safely accessed electronically. But that's just one fraction of the company's number-crunching services. Clients can solicit a session to set up bill pay, aid a bank reconciliation, or engineer a fail-safe budget-tracking system.
Good Nature's locally sourced alpaca products swathe bodies in soft fabrics that cry out for gentle cheek rubs. Alpaca socks ($15–$22) enclose feet in their warm embrace. Sweaters, hats, and rugs made of the fine fiber also line the store's aisles. Add aromatic intrigue to séances that channel the spirits of former cars with the many scents of Fred Soll's incense ($5–$16), or adorn selves and surfaces with crystals such as a Celtic cluster crystal ($10.75). Wines such as the fruit-toned 2009 Illahe viognier ($17) infuse bellies with warm oenophilic well-being. Books published by Llewellyn, Hay House, and other spiritually minded page-binders ($8–$65) advise the soul in matters of its consciousness and improvement.
Dr. Kody R. Johnson believes that many illnesses and injuries can be remedied without chemical drugs or surgery. This philosophy arose when he was 18, when Kody first experienced a chiropractic treatment. After that, Kody was passionate about learning how this method of holistic healing can ease pain, boost energy levels, and stave off the common cold. This discovery led him to attend the historic Palmer College of Chiropractic in Iowa, the first chiropractic college in the world, from which he graduated summa cum laude. At Johnson Chiropractic & Holistic Health Center, Dr. Johnson doles out spinal adjustments using a wide variety of techniques as well as acupuncture treatments, nutritional advice, and therapeutic pats on the back.
A Clean Sweep began as a residential cleaning service in 2003 and expanded into commercial cleaning in 2005. Meaghan Groenemann is the owner and founder of our small business.
Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs.
The licensed massage therapists at Massage Bliss alleviate ailed and achy backs with a medley of therapeutic modalities such as hot-stone, deep-tissue, Swedish, aromatherapy, and sports massages. Therapists tailor each treatment to alleviate irksome conditions, stimulate lymph flow to enhance immunity, and allay pain caused from years of heavy lifting or seconds of somersaulting down a stairwell. Massage oils, targeted pressure, and gentle kneading leave muscles relaxed and free of tension.
Chesterfield Sports Fusion doesn't limit its visitors to just one or two attractions. Within the 30,000-square-foot facility, sport courts, electronic games, and an array of attractions create enough fun to share with the whole family, even weird second cousins. To pique competitive appetites, the facility hosts 35 arcade games and The Vault, a futuristic, laser-filled obstacle course. Modeled after a movie set, the laser-tag arena hosts matches amid two stories of black-lit scenery, and the trickling sounds of a waterfall serve as the soundtrack for an indoor 18-hole mini-golf course. For athletic play, Chesterfield Sports Fusion boasts a 20-foot climbing wall and a dodge-ball arena. Chesterfield Sports Fusion recognizes that having fun is for all ages and rents its facility out for everything from kids' birthday parties to corporate functions to ceremonies honoring a freshly made pair of dentures.