Equipped with likenesses of military-issue firearms, masked marksmen maneuver throughout a 16,000-square-foot warehouse, pelting each other with plastic BBs as they strafe down halls and overtake rooms. This is the home base of So Go Airsoft, where team members welcome combatants of all skill levels into 20- to 25-minute games that range from classics, such as Capture the Flag, to scenario matches, such as VIP Escort, Hostage Rescue, and Car-Key Find. The facility also organizes at least one scenario event each month, which is designed for beginners, but challenging enough for experienced players as well, plus a twice-monthly airsoft pistol and shotgun night. So Go Airsoft also engages large groups by opening its spacious arena to private parties.
Serenity Day Spa’s licensed beautifiers bolster bodies with myriad services to relax and keep youth from deserting to the next generation. Attentive technicians shear superfluous curves from clients' favorite appendages and treacherous Hot Wheels courses with the body-sculpting and smoothing treatment. During each two-hour session, waves of radio frequency bathe skeleton sheaths, joining forces with an epidermis-coddling cooling system to help expedite collagen production, thwart fat and cellulite toxicity, and tauten sagging tissue.
Dr. Michael Vega and his friendly staff helps to alleviate chronic pain and discomfort with expert chiropractic services. Comfortable leather diagnostic tables coddle patients as they recline in private exam rooms located just beyond an exercise facility designed for physical therapy and rehabilitation work. Through natural health care procedures such as adjustments, alignments, and frequent chats with potted plants, Dr. Vega and his crew illuminate the path toward healthier bodies and lifestyles. The comprehensive center can treat and diagnose a range of maladies, from minor headaches to major issues such as birth trauma or auto accidents. Dr. Vega is a graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic, current member of the Missouri State Chiropractors Association, and supporter of a variety of charitable organizations such as Toys for Tots.
EveryBody Pilates’s owner Heather Crosby had a hard time feeling like herself after a traumatic car wreck in 1995; that is, until she discovered Pilates. The core-strengthening workouts so enriched and restored her life that she became a certified instructor to share it with others. At her studio, she and her staff provide group lessons on mats and reformers, as well as private and partner classes. They’ve also added barre workouts, TRX suspension training, and Jazzercise to their repertoire.
Siblings Brandon and Heather have always loved to dance. For 26 years, the two have shared their love of dance through a variety of classes for all ages. Their team of instructors also teaches drama, vocal, guitar, and rock band classes.