Zip.ca's three movie-distribution methods, by mail, kiosk, and streaming, bring flickering movies into viewers' homes without the hassles of traditional movie rental, the cost of purchasing films to watch, or the inaccuracy of friends reenacting blockbusters with cardboard props. Mail subscribers digitally thumb through Zip.ca's website, selecting titles from more than 82,000 movie and television choices that arrive in mailboxes within a few days. Watched films may be mailed back to Zip.ca, which sends the next flick on the subscriber's list once a movie is returned.
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Hosted by the Arthritis Research Foundation, Power of Movement fundraises for the foundation through yoga sessions held across the country. The event, which raised $10,000 during its inaugural fundraiser and now features 2,000 participants across Canada raising $1.6 million, began in 2005 when Dorna Chee found herself hospitalized after being diagnosed with lupus. As a yoga instructor, she turned to her breathing exercises to help manage pain and achieve mental calmness during her hospital stay. She experienced substantial benefits, and thought to share them with the world. She pitched an idea for a yoga-based event, with proceeds benefiting the Arthritis Research Foundation. Participants fundraise to support the foundation.and also take a Power of Movement yoga class, which vary by location.
CraZ TechZ's accessible instructors get the gears turning in brains with hands-on tech classes where kids aged 7–17 learn how to operate computers and complete technological projects. After-school programs entertain students' curiosity in such subjects as using Microsoft Office, programming video games, and creating animated movies. Week-long school-break and summer camps thoroughly explore tech topics over four to five days, each session ending with wistful camp songs sung around a floppy-disk bonfire. The school also offers adult classes in programs such as web design, programming, and Flash, and hosts kid-friendly computer-gaming parties on its fleet of machines.
At Crystalrainbows, holistic healer Cindy Pearce helps her clients heal their minds, bodies, and souls through a wealth of massage and alternative-medicine techniques. Healing hands relieve stress and tension during reiki sessions and hot-stone and Thai-yoga massages, whereas life-coaching services help students empower themselves with friendly guidance and emotional support.
Supervised by an on-staff medical director, Cara Bella Studio's staff brings its A game to rejuvenate entire bodies with massages and med-spa treatments. Trained massage therapists wring tension from muscles to reduce stress and widen range of movement and also prop up postures by whispering pep talks to vertebrae. Nonsurgical med-spa services such as chemical peels and microdermabrasion treatments aim to liberate facescapes from fine lines, and teeth whitening and eyelash extensions amp up smiles and winks, respectively.