Students should bring: Feel free to bring water. Mats and towels are provided.
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Indoors only
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Arrive 10 minutes before a scheduled class.
Inside the office of Susan Frey, essential oils work to alleviate stress and pain during soothing aromatherapy treatments. Zyto Compass Biocommunication scans work to identify health issues and nutritional deficiencies that can be remedied with essential oils.
Most Popular Service: Dog walking and pet sitting
Staff Size: 1 person
Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes
Pro Tip: Before service begins for new clients, I schedule an in-home "meet & greet" consultation.
Preferred Restoration reinvigorates flagging floor coverings with steam cleaning and restoration services designed to prolong the life of household carpeting. Bonded and insured technicians suss out unwanted smells and blemishes and revivify the underfoot hues of fading carpets with factory-style dye jobs rather than replace them. Staffers repair tears and water damage, eviscerate bleach stains, rid textiles of pet scents, and work to scrub and restore upholstery, tile, grout, and leather, helping to beautify homes and offices without disrupting their customers' daily activities, such as staring at the carpet for hours on end.
You could say that Shamim and Riffat Rana are passionate about Asian cuisine. So passionate, in fact, that they have overcome great odds to become—and remain—a local go-to dining establishment. The duo founded the original O's Place in Woodlawn in 2002, growing their cozy eatery through hard work, dedication, and support from the community. By 2005, their success necessitated a move to a larger space on Security Boulevard. But three years later, it looked as though their good fortune might come to an end: that’s when the thriving eatery burned down in an electrical fire.
Somehow, Shamim and Riffat never lost hope. Instead, they found a new culinary home on the second floor of Seoul Plaza, where patrons now sit in the food court outside or within the eatery’s charming dining room decorated with Asian-inspired artwork and flowers. Using the same culinary formula that gained the restaurant its initial popularity, the family-friendly eatery boasts a large assortment of Chinese and South Asian buffet dishes, kept warm and working on their tans under heat lamps. For specific cravings, diners may also order from lunch and dinner menus full of Pakistani and Indian specialties, including tandoori chicken and beef nihari.