Gift shop Handcrafted in America Over 400 American Artists Shop is made up of critters from car parts, bike parts, commode floats, yard art, signs, inspirational, gourmet foods, fused glass jewelry, unique jewelry, Gine glass, Pottery, Western room, Book closet, and much much more.
Reggie Rusk, former NFL player and current owner of Next Level, believes young athletes need more than just a quick first step or a strong upper body to succeed. They also need confidence. That's why he and his staff of ex-athletes preach positivity during their signature speed-and-agility training program, Speed University. For exercisers whose playing days are over, Next Level also schedules boot-camp classes complete with referees to yell at.
For more than 35 years, The Yoga Institute has been educating and enlivening its members through the exploratory practice of yoga. Classes help quiet the mind and loosen the body as students delve deeper into an eclectic blend of Vinyasa, Ashtanga-based, and Jivamukti-infused classes. Mix It Up classes take a different focus each week, including poses that use a wall and partner poses. Early-morning classes wake up the body with fluid movements, whereas advanced classes challenge students with rigorous inversions, arm balances, and backbends. Instructors pay special attention to proper alignment, offering adjustments to deepen a student’s physical practice and accompanying mental release.
Kara's Pole Studio is anything but exclusive. Owner Kara Davis makes a point to welcome every adult—no matter their age, size, or gender—to engage in high-flying, liberating exercises. Though spouses and significant others can't attend the same classes as their mates, Kara welcomes all to experience her pole-conditioning, chair-dance, and cardio-burlesque courses. As an extra treat for her students, Kara also hosts special guests, which have previously included industry celebs such as regional pole-dance champions and Miss Pole Dance Australia 2012.
Novel Approach gives social scrapbookers a chance to add a few new pages to their artistic portfolio while befriending like-minded crafters. In the shop's classroom area, 15–20 would-be memory keepers and card crafters can gain creative insight while upgrading their scrapbooking powers from mind-blowing to super-mind-blowing. The Pizza and a Six Pack class ($40) lets students draft a half-dozen pages and munch on pizza, and the Breakfast Club option ($60) involves devouring a continental breakfast and composing a 20-page 12"x12" album. Novel Approach also offers various card classes that deal with stamping and paper techniques ($25–$30), paper-bag book classes ($30), and more. Visit the schedule for class times and information about what supplies you'll need to bring along. Though today's Groupon is only good toward classes, budding crafters and bookmakers can also peruse Novel Approach's inventory to locate crafting supplies and then buy the ones that look friendly for 10% off the regular price on the day of their class.
Bubblegum pink. Sugary treats. Rhinestones and glitter. Sweet and Sassy’s stylists pamper moppets during shrunken-down spa treatments spun with these elements. As tots lounge on tangerine pillows, kid-calibrated manicures and pedicures bejewel their keratin shields with sparkly nail art and adorn their favorite digits with rings and toe rings. Facials slather visages with gentle, sweet-smelling concoctions, and ear-piercing services add appropriate glint to kids' facial regions so that they can stop lodging beads in their nostrils. For birthday parties, celebrants can arrive in the spa’s pink limousine before strutting down the runway in Sweet and Sassy’s glittery gowns.