Chas DeVetter, founder of DeVetter Fitness, always enjoyed helping people get in shape, so becoming a personal trainer was a natural choice for him. He knows that each client is unique, and they might require a different form of motivation, exercise, and nutrition plan to really get results. He and his trainers lead boot-camp classes at regular locations, so people can enjoy the motivational benefits of a group workout. They also offer semi-private and one-on-one training for all ages and fitness level, traveling to meet clients wherever they're most comfortable: at home, the country club, or their favorite gym. No matter which format the training takes, the trainers adhere to the same philosophy. "Life is a marathon, not a sprint," they say. This means that they encourage people to find effective, sustainable activities and to suck energy gel out of packets whenever possible.
Zaggora's founder Dessi was scrambling. She needed to lose a little weight before her wedding, but none of the weight loss products she used seem to move the needle. Eventually, she took matters into her own hands, inventing her own effective method for slimming down. Zaggora's multi-layer capris, tops, shorts, and blazers put the heat naturally emitted by the body during exercise to work burning more calories. A 2012?2013 study conducted by ETScience at University of Southern California showed users wearing Zaggora used less energy to achieve high cardio levels and burned anywhere from 6?18% more calories and than those wearing standard exercise clothing.
Made from a comfortable bioceramic material, the shorts' ThermoFit technology smoothes thighs and other dimple-prone areas by warming body tissues and increasing their metabolic rate. This process boosts energy expenditure before and after exercise, and aids in eliminating cellulite-causing toxins.
Signature service: Private Art Instruction Events
Staff Size: 1 person
Average Duration of Services: 2?3 hours
Pro Tip: Instructor is an experienced, educated artist and teacher. Adults and kids K?12 will love her classes.
In 1962, founder and director Milton C. Anderson’s original incarnation of The Young Americans was as a show choir that went on to perform on renowned stages, such as the one on The Ed Sullivan Show. As he saw more and more schools cutting funding for their performing arts programs, he began holding workshops for school-age children in 1992. Today, these courses have spread across the country and into Europe, Australia, and Japan.
The Young Americans World Tour Summer Camp has become a fixture in the Omaha area at the Midland University, and earned a feature on The Morning Blend in 2011. During both day and overnight camps, aspiring performers immerse themselves in arts-laden workshops and classes, rather than spending their summer days frying eggs on the sidewalk. The Premier Day Camp gives kids a general overview of the performing arts, while the two overnight camps focus on Hollywood and Broadway performing. All camps culminate in a final performance, during which campers can amaze their family, friends, and imaginary family and friends with their newly honed skills.
Sarah Horwich doesn't think skincare should be a luxury. She thinks it's a necessity that should be accessible to the masses. At the same time, her customer-service-centered approach to aesthetics can make guests feel like royalty during their visits—like they're splashing around the queen's champagne hot tub. As a result, treatments such as her aromatherapy body wrap become equal parts beautification and relaxation. Sarah is also proficient in other services, including steamy facials and body waxing.
Pages In Time is a full-service scrapbooking store offering specialty supplies, crafting workstations, and knowledgeable staff members who are craft enthusiasts themselves. The beginner package is separated into four classes, with a different theme and set of supplies each day—students need only bring their favorite photos to weave into the pages. No previous experience is needed to enjoy the cut-and-paste fun. After embarking down the parchment-adornment trail, budding paper crafters can set up camp at the store's workstations and gaze in wonderment at the copycat pages on display, perfect for inspiring new ideas or instilling a desire to create pet crocodile collars from glue and sparkles.