Caring for oneself is a necessary part of caring for others, according to Joe Sparks, the former triathlete who helms Hot Yoga With Joe. To encourage others to devote more time to their health and loved ones, he and his staff of certified instructors fill fitness classes with both fun and restorative relaxation. Joe channels more than 10 years of teaching experience to lead hot-yoga workouts featuring gentle yet powerful poses that aim to forge cast-iron muscles capable of hurling a paper airplane into orbit. The 95- to 100-degree temperatures unspool tight ligaments and encourage sweat glands to flush toxins out of the nearest pore. New students can prepare for their first sessions by visiting the website for additional information.
The satisfying rattle of golf balls falling into cups soundtracks rounds at Perry Falls Miniature Golf Course, an 18-hole putters circuit that emulates a scaled-down, resort-style course. Placid streams, fountains, waterfalls, and tidal waves run throughout the par 40 course, setting a tranquil tone as golfers stand over tricky putts. Bereft of the windmills and loopty-loop gimmicks that populate most putt-putt layouts, Perry Falls challenges golfers with water hazards that come into the field of play on most holes. The course is open from 3 p.m. to dark on weekdays and noon to dark on weekends in May, and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. June to August, but closes in the event of rain or golf-ball mutiny.
Interstate Lanes complements its 40 bowling lanes with several classic avenues of entertainment, from the video arcade's flashing lights to the lounge equipped with billiard tables. As bowlers attempt to topple sets of pins, automatic scoring systems keep track of their feats, and bumpers prevent balls from triggering gutters' traumatic memories of serving in a giant mousetrap. Beyond open-bowling hours, the alley hosts competitive leagues for men, women, and children, and an onsite kitchen fires up bites such as chicken wings, specialty burgers, and freshly baked pizzas.
It started when Gerald Kubach became enamored with standup comedy. Looking to invest in the humor business, he and cofounder Mitch Kutash opened the very first Funny Bone Comedy Club in Pittsburg in 1982. Over 25 years later, the little club that could has turned into a national comedy institution, with branches in nearly every metropolitan city. While household names such as Jerry Seinfeld, Drew Carey, Roseanne Barr, and Tim Allen have cut their teeth on the clubs' stages, The Funny Bone continues to offer the first big breaks to up-and-coming local talent.
The Sassy Spa Party was founded by Brandy Bowen, based on the notion that grownups shouldn't get to have all the fun. Because kids spend most of their days toiling away in school or planning fun activities for their teddy bears, they need pampering too. This mobile spa arrives at the party location with all equipment necessary to treat party guests with luxe kiddie spa treatments. With their hair pulled back by fluffy spa headbands, the party coordinators paint their faces with chocolate masks, color their nails in pretty polishes, and serve mocktails for them to sip during treatments. They'll even handle setup and cleanup too, so parents only have to worry about making sure their little guests have a great time.
Live-fire training takes place on C&R Concealed Carry Class' indoor range floor.
With advanced notice, instructors can supply handguns and safety gear for eyes and ears.
The certified instructors at C&R Concealed Carry Class are focused on handgun training. As the company name implies, they help people meet the requirements for obtaining concealed-carry permits?and that includes teaching the NRA basic-pistol course. More experienced students can enroll in an advanced pistol course, which delves into topics such as shooting while moving.
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