With more than 18 years of experience, Dr. Yadegar has learned that a dentist's job includes making people comfortable. She expresses this philosophy through New Age Dental, whose office minimizes the sterile, clinical feel that characterizes many dental practices and day spas for androids. Once patients have made themselves comfortable in her chair, she applies her signature gentle touch when performing the full range of cosmetic and general dental services.
As the owner and primary trainer of Heat Personal Fitness, Antonius draws on an impressive background to whip clients into shape. The certified personal trainer got his start in the navy, where he served as a cook, diver, and surface warfare expert, all while studying various martial arts, including jiujitsu, muay thai, and judo. Today, he incorporates what he knows best—fitness and people—into intense cardio and strength classes at Heat. Peppered with elements of kickboxing and boxing, his outdoor boot-camp classes present a constantly changing regime of calisthenics, body-weight exercises, and kettlebell work, followed up with a bit of yoga. Antonius also offers an indoor women’s only class, playfully dubbed Hottyz and centered on sculpting muscles with help from the TRX suspension trainers, free weights, and step aerobics.
The enthusiastic trainers at FitCALI help students have fun and get fit with a bundle of degrees and certifications across a variety of disciplines, from personal training to Zumba-dance workouts. Participants of all ages and levels of ability make new friends and burn calories with courses in Pilates, yoga, and muscle-conditioning boot camp. Kids learn self-respect and stick-to-it-ness with karate classes, and adults build confidence and muscle with custom personal-training regimens.
Buccaneer Bay packs in more liquitechnics than an underwater merman metal concert. With several twisty, bright-colored waterslides right out of a novelty curly-straw factory, the Bay has everything for every member of the family (even small slides for wee ones). Parking is free and so is the use of life jackets and inner tubes. Between all the splashing and splishing, head to the green grass picnic area, where tired visitors can recharge with a bite to eat, such as hot dogs available for purchase ($1.50 each).