Despite its name, Sooth Away Your Aches isn’t content with simply relaxing tension- and stress-laden muscles. Instead, the therapists treat the underlying causes behind those aches by utilizing specialized modalities that aim to boost circulation, improve postures, or even relieve arthritic inflammation. Add-ons can complement these therapeutic effects while still managing to pamper clients, incorporating products such as hot stones or therapy creams, which feature ingredients such as eucalyptus and peppermint extracts, cocoa butter, and aloe vera. Beyond massage, Sooth Away Your Aches also hosts personal-training sessions that teach clients how to develop a customized workout regimen and hurl a medicine ball into Earth’s orbit.
Dedicated towards enhancing the performance and physiques of all our clients-from those just starting to play to those who get paid, to the parents who just want to keep up. We focus all of our efforts on tailoring individual and group workouts that get you the results you are looking for.
Soleil Laser Hair Removal uses Candela lasers to zap away unwanted fuzz from both men and women with a gentle, non-invasive laser procedure. The FDA-approved technique utilizes intense pulses of light customized to each person's hair color, skin color, and the depth and texture of the targeted follicles. Soleil's technology also features a dynamic cooling system for extra comfort during applications.
Kickboxing classes deliver a knee to the face of fat, burning up to 860 calories an hour with the high-energy striking moves of martial arts and boxing. All four limbs get in on the bag-bludgeoning action at iLoveKickboxing as each class (a $15 value per class) provides a full-body workout that tones arm, leg, and tentacle muscles while tightening the body’s core and improving balance. Hitting the heavy bags won't skin your knuckles once you don the included boxing gloves, which also double as excellent spring-loaded props for re-creating Three Stooges gags.
The plate artists at Dolce Novita Restaurant are committed to sculpting their vibrant edibles out of only the finest-quality ingredients. Friendly servers escort the signature Southern Italian tastes to elegantly dressed tables, where patrons are encouraged to forget about chores, work, and superglue mishaps, and relax. After priming your throat with something from the wine list, coat your palate with the savory flavors of an appetizer, such as shrimp in garlic sauce with saffron rice ($7.95), or fully submerge your senses with an aromatic entree, such as lobster ravioli ($12.95) or veal marsala ($16.95). Beef buffs and blindfolded vegetarians can devour the 24 oz. grilled Black Angus steak ($26.95), served with fried onions and a napkin that can double as a blindfold or a satisfactory drumhead when stretched tautly over the edges of a saucepan. Dolce Novita's spacious interior unites handsome dark woods with crisp white linens, all accented by neatly hung artwork and red-hued drapery. Make use of the restaurant's sophisticated backdrop to rekindle chemistry with an old flame or to inspire your first paperback romance novel—a story of unlikely lovers who, in the end, find themselves stuck to one another under a blanket of melted mozzarella.
At The Mucky Pup, the hot dog chefs pride themselves on providing no-frills comfort food without fancy names and obscure ingredients. But there are two ingredients they'd never add to their hot dogs and fries: squeeze cheese and yellow mustard. Instead, they top their franks with everything from chili, real slices of cheese, hearty mustard, and the house's dirty kraut.
Their signature hot dog is the crack dog, with the juicy hot dog wrapped in a slice of bacon and set upon a scrambled egg patty and slice of cheese. But hot dogs aren't their only specialty. They also cook up triangles of baked mac 'n' cheese and drizzle french fries in a choice of savory sauces. They top fries with cheese and chili to create a classic American side, or use brown gravy and cheese to approximate Canadian poutine fries. The house drinks are just as unpretentious as the food, with bottles of Yoo-hoo and Stewart's soda that bring back memories of childhood without the sadness of getting birthday cards from old toys.