Jessica Mason developed an interest for dance in high school as a member of her school's nationally ranked varsity pom team. That interest eventually evolved into a passion, which helped her launch a professional dancing career that includes strutting as a Colorado Rapids cheerleader and a Denver Nuggets dancer. Today, she is the director of Studio 21 Dance, where she uses her 19 years of dance instruction experience to oversee a team of instructors with more than 75 years of combined dance instruction experience. The dance instructors, who've worked with prominent clients including Olympic athletes and So You Think You Can Dance participants, lead classes that cover dance styles ranging from ballet to hip-hop and belly dance. Students as young as 2 years old can partake in the classes, teaching their bodies how to bust a move or bust open an unsuspecting piñata.
The dough know-it-alls at The Garlic Knot prepare an array of Italian favorites utilizing premium cheeses and Old World sauce. Through the process of stretching, hand-tossing, and stone-deck oven-baking fresh dough, delicious flavors and historically accurate European trivia emerge from the steaming pizza pies. The impressive menu boasts a laundry list of New York–style pizzas named after famous Big Apple locales, such as The Greenwich Village—strewn with meatballs, mushrooms, and garlic ($13.50/medium, $18/large)—and The Stock Exchange, covered in sausage, green peppers, and red onions ($12.50/medium, $16.75/large). Hot hero sub sandwiches such as The "E" Train chicken cutlet parmigiana ($6.50) and The “7” Train meatball parmigiana ($6.50) buzz through underground tunnels en route to tummy terminals. The menu also features savory garlic knots ($2.95) and a suite of kid-friendly meals.
Voted best car wash in the Denver area by CityVoter, Bear's Car Wash & Detail Center takes a meticulous approach to purifying autos. Ozone-treated water rinses away environmentally friendly solvents, whose corrosion- and hazard-free formulas dissipate dirt and other debris during car washes through an automated tunnel. Detailing packages treat cars to hand-applied carnauba wax, carpet shampoo, leather conditioning, and other luxe spruce-ups. No matter the service, each newly cleansed car receives a thorough hand-dry with soft towels. Drivers can watch through observation windows as their rides roll through the wash tunnel, or sip a drink from the cappuccino bar in the sitting area while perusing car accessories and novelty items such as speed-bump-sized whoopee cushions.
A windshield chip can turn into a crack, and a crack can cause glass to shatter. The experienced, insured technicians at Crack Master Auto Glass keep that from happening with repairs that incorporate high quality resin. Customers can also opt for services such as glass replacement or VIN etching that protects against theft. As an added assurance, the company backs all of their work with a lifetime warranty.
Pipeline Specialists is a family owned and operated business based out of Lakewood Co. Our owner cleans every customers sewer or drain. Customer service is our number one goal. We do everything from excavations to drain cleanings. Commercial and Residential
Colorado native and studio owner Patsy Juarez lives to move. Before moving to Denver to earn her bachelor of science in business management, she spent her days rollerblading and lifting weights and her evenings recovering at her night-shift job. Her passion for exercise eventually led her to yoga and spinning, which she and her team of instructors now combine to share with guests of all fitness levels at The Cycling Yogi. The spin-yoga hybrid class is split into 30 minutes of yoga-infused cycling, followed by 30 minutes of Vinyasa-style yoga, which helps bikes recover from mad chain disease. The studio also offers more traditional stretch sessions, in which yogis grace their mats with meditative-focused practices, prenatal modifications, and hot-yoga poses. At the beginning of 2014, The Cycling Yogi expanded their yoga offerings with a yoga-only studio.