At Blyss Studio's homey quarters, an experienced team of instructors lead Vinyasa and Hatha yoga classes in an effort to unite the body, mind, and spirit. To help alleviate any muscle aches that may result from the workouts, Blyss offers a wide variety of massage therapy services to help her clients de-stress, get rid of pain, and even prevent injury in the future. Reiki and other massage techniques are tailored to clients' needs ranging from fertility to sports injury.
"Cazadores" is Spanish for "hunters," so it's not surprising that the menu's entrees are divided by meat, allowing customers to easily find steak-, seafood-, or chicken-based dishes. Tortilla strips add crunch to salads and sopas, the latter of which finds shredded chicken enriching the flavor of chicken broth seasoned with hot peppers or pico de gallo. The entrees, though, sometimes find unique flavor from unexpected ingredients: for example, Enrique's tacos are layered with feta cheese and spicy cole slaw. Unlike at most hotels that advertise their breakfasts, Cazadores also serves breakfast, such as huevos rancheros piled atop corn tortillas.
More than 2,000 hours and counting. That's how long Jayne Cardell, the owner of Blyss Studio, has been practicing and teaching yoga. Her expertise comes in handy at her homey yoga studio, where she and her team of instructors schedule Vinyasa and Hatha yoga classes and build personal yoga cabanas from yoga blocks and mats. To help alleviate any muscle aches that may result from the workouts, Blyss also offers massage therapy.
More than 10 doctors practice at Tristate Orthopaedic Treatment Centers. They specialize in both surgical and nonsurgical treatments for the joints, bones, spine, muscles, and ligaments, from total joint replacement to medical massage.
For nearly a decade, Camargo Trading Company owner Meggan Sulfsted has sought out designer jewelry, hand-poured candles, and other little luxuries that infuse a home or an outfit with personal style. But she isn’t only shopping for herself—she stocks these items in her boutique, which she operates out of a charming, multi-storied structure in Madeira. There, shoppers can take a look at the store’s aromatic bath products and its Longchamp and Botkier handbags, then decide whether they should buy something for themselves or get a gift for their future alter-egos. They can also find plush toys, chenille blankets, and children’s clothing.