At White Horse Equestrian, riders earn their spurs during lessons, classes, and outings run by the ranch’s corral of coaches. Students learn horsemanship and riding techniques according to their existing skillset, whether acquiring advanced communication skills or fundamentals, such as where in the saddle to store a pony's sunglasses on cloudy days. Casual visitors can board rented steeds for trail rides, attend themed summer camps, or use the idyllic grounds to host a birthday party featuring games, crafts, and instructional trots.
Health 360 is a one-stop shop for wellness, offering a wide variety of fitness training, nutritional counseling, and therapeutic spa services to keep clients healthy, happy, and out of germ-infested alleys. Health 360's expert teachers trained under Tami Schneider and Johnny Kest, two of Cleveland's guru-iest of yoga gurus. During your three group yoga classes, the friendly, enthusiastic instructors will help you sweat and stretch until you're calmer, more energized, and more revitalized than the 217 rechargeable AA batteries that power Great America. If you're new to yoga, this is a great chance to learn the downward dog, upward dog, and the omniscient narrator in a supportive environment.
Captained by board-certified Dr. Jason E. Leedy, the Cleveland Plastic Surgery Institute provides aesthetic services that utilize the latest cosmetic technologies. After a free consultation to determine the correct dosage for individual skin and wrinkle types, 20 units of Botox will smooth finicky fine lines and wrinkles. Botox employs a nonsurgical skin-tightening formula and soft jazz to relax subskin muscles, smoothing out the crags and fissures of mature geological structures. Twenty units sufficiently treat either the area between the eyebrows, the areas near the eye, or forehead. Botox begins working two–three days after treatment, and results last around three months.
Kane and Figler Optometry outfits faces with a smorgasbord of fashionable frames from high-end designers. Models from Oliver Peoples ($294–$510) accent eyes with a vintage-inspired flair, and shades from Maui Jim ($149–$299) or Ray-Ban ($165–$270) protect peepers during fire-juggling roommates’ practice sessions. Revolution lines ($199–$365) represent with bold frames from Ed Hardy and edgy, Bohemian styles from True Religion, and Badgley Mischka spectacles ($387–$987) rest on noses with the consummate poise of a Lilliputian ballerina. Colors pop in compositions from Mikli ($375–$500), a designer whose dedication to freedom and resisting conformity is manifested in eyewear made with tightly rolled & painted copies of the Bill of Rights.
The fitness instructors at each of Body Sculpting's dozens of gyms lead their customers in the fight to stave off osteoporosis, increase lean muscle mass, improve cardiovascular fitness, and lose weight. During fitness sessions, they teach visitors the proper form and principles of the gym's flagship Body Sculpting program, which focuses on cardio and weight-training exercises that often require only a set of 5-pound dumbbells, an exercise mat, and a stretch band. They augment this central program with a range of other classes that delve into barre-fitness techniques, exercises for the abdominals and core, workouts for the back, and cardiovascular training. To help customers achieve their fitness goals and continue fighting crime past bedtime, the gym sells products such as stretch bands used by physical therapists, heel-elevation boards, and instructional manuals. Trainers also help customers stay fit with an exercise of the month that draws from techniques such as Pilates.