Now in its 10th year, Soleil Lune Yoga Center was born from the minds of two passionate yoga instructors, Trisha Washburn and Robin Philips. In 2003, Trisha quit her corporate job and took the helm. Since then, the center has served as a haven from the outside world where yogis of all experience levels come to improve their bodies and calm their minds. Inside the studio, certified instructors guide students through a set of unique classes. Rather than jostle for a spot at the bar or water cooler at the end of the workday, patrons can head to a Happy Hour flow class, a 75-minute session of medium-paced movements set to fun and modern music. In addition to workshops and retreats, the studio also offers balance-improving gentle flow sessions, power yoga, and specially designed courses for deaf or hard of hearing individuals that are lead by a yoga teacher and ASL interpreter.
Kevin Ellis doesn't believe in lost causes. His philosophy at Parker's Place Fitness is that anyone can improve, whether they're struggling to lose weight or work past muscle-building plateaus. He and his staff of certified personal trainers strive to connect with members and steer them toward their wellness goals with a holistic approach, one that could encompass nutrition advice, group classes, and one-on-one workouts. Visitors utilize the gym's free weights, Nautilus equipment, and cardio machines as they pursue their unique milestones, signing up for courses such as Zumba and circuit training for boosts of camaraderie.
Paganica's 18-hole golf course spans 6,576 yards of tree-lined fairways for a challenging but player-friendly layout. Water hazards come into play on seven holes, including the signature fourth hole, a 427-yard par 4 where approach shots must carry 186 yards of water to reach the green and spare golf balls the trouble of befriending barnacles. Throughout the round, well-aimed drives will be necessary to bisect the course's narrow fairways, setting up favorable shots into moderately fast greens. With three tee options, the layout challenges aces when played from the tips, and forward tees cater to beginners or those mistakenly teeing up a bocce ball.
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For more than a quarter of a century, Dr. James Michaels has practiced dentistry with an understanding of the trepidation that many people feel towards dental visits, often at the expense of their dental health. Dr. Michaels and his caring staff emphasize gentle dentistry, earning the trust needed to build long-term relationships with patients rather than losing them to cults that worship gummy bears. Among other comforting amenities, headphones engulf patients in a selection of tunes to keep them relaxed during each session.
Dr. Michaels and his staff make sure to walk patients through the ins and outs of each procedure, whether in the area of general and cosmetic dentistry or oral surgery and sorcery. These procedures incorporate up-to-date technologies and techniques thanks to the dental team's commitment to continuing education.
At Primary EyeCare Associates and EyeWear Gallery, four optometrists diagnose and correct vision problems with state-of-the-art services and instruments, including the NIDEK TonoRef II Autorefractor/Keratometer. They collaborate with patients to design personalized treatment plans, considering the patient’s lifestyle and eye condition before recommending LASIK and prescription eyewear. Frame stylists and optometric technicians support the process, whether recommending designer frames or teaching clients how to insert contact lenses.