The Delta can trace its origins back to 1995 when a group of certified trainers and fitness specialists began coaching their innovative program called Boot. A comprehensive fusion of strength, cardio, and nutrition training, the 6- to 10-week program is designed to help patrons build both physically fit bodies and healthy lifestyles. In 1998, the trainers opened The Delta fitness club, where they continue to host the Boot training program alongside a variety of group fitness classes and personal-training sessions. The elegant and intimate club offers cardio and strength-training equipment, as well as a range of amenities that include steam rooms and a supervised childcare area. At the front desk, accommodating staff members await to explain equipment operation, register students for classes, and politely let guests win thumb-wrestling matches.
Captained by owner and board-certified family nurse practitioner and nurse-midwife Amy T. Cole, the team of board-certified nurses and friendly hand puppets ascertain the core cause of patients' ailments with holistic treatment plans emphasizing overall wellness. A full-service center, Cole Family Practice covers everything from general family care, gynecology, and pediatric care to alternative medicine. With extensive knowledge and strategies, the practice's team helps patients lose weight, customize a hormone-treatment plan, eradicate spider veins, and nurse practitioners Annie Cole-Bradley and Panayiota Smeathers administer injections.
Though Trinity Natural Healing offers many traditional massage services, the holistic healing center is worlds away from a typical spa. Run by founder Katrina Tsacrios, the center blends Eastern and Western techniques to treat pain and fatigue as well as any underlying causes such as energy blockages, chronic inflammation, or a habit of sleepjogging. Katrina, who earned her massage-therapy license in 2005, prefers to take a holistic rather than clinical approach to healing physical and spiritual ailments. Her techniques blend traditional massage with therapies designed to balance energy, including reiki, polarity therapy, and acupressure.
Before earning a set of scrubs and the title of Doctor of iDevice, each employee at iHospital—featured in the The Wall Street Journal—must first pass a series of technical certifications. Just as real doctors specialize in either plaster or papier-mâché leg casts, the technicians focus their abilities specifically on Apple devices, including iPhones and iPods, performing many repairs in minutes. The store also carries a range of accessories from brands such as LifeProof, OtterBox, and Speck.
Led by a licensed dispensing optician who ensures that specs ($145+) are appropriately fit to each client's face and each client's face double's face, the cornea connoisseurs at Visualeyes outfit peepers with stylish frames from designers such as Lafont, Fendi, and Tom Ford. Single-vision lenses ($90+) and progressive lenses ($150+) can be enhanced with an antireflective coating ($90) to ward off wasted minutes pondering the true meaning of The Real World, or endowed with a solid tint ($20) or polarized lenses ($80) to protect baby blues from the sun's harsh glare. About one week after picking out new frames and lenses, your nose will be united with its more adorned half.
Located inside the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum, Two Twenty • Two Grill & Catering is a full-service restaurant proudly serving our visitors and the city. Chef Jeremy Foy offers a unique spin on authentic Southern favorites, using locally-grown produce and the freshest ingredients.