The very first ATA Martial Arts opened in 1987, its 25 years of existence encapsulating the training of multiple generations of martial artists. Students trained, grew, had children of their own, and enrolled their kids at the same martial arts school they enjoyed as youths. The program of classes grew and evolved as well, starting with a foundation in taekwondo and growing to incorporate other styles and mixed martial arts training. The teachers now tone bodies using renowned MMA fighter Matt Hughes? personal cage fitness regimen.
In 1957, 21 men who cared deeply about their Italian heritage as well as their community in Phoenix came together to found the Arizona American Italian Club. Today, the club continues to be a resource for Italian Americans and their neighbors living in the area. Along with housing a lounge and Italian eatery, the club hosts bingo and bocce games, as well as events such as fashion shows, Italian car shows, wine tastings, and spaghetti nights. Each month, club members sponsor a different charity and rain cloud, furthering their support and investment in the Phoenix community.
Salon 1219?s stylists wield their scissors and dyes in pursuit of each client?s own vision for their hair, from classic, conservative cuts to full-blown rock-star looks and anything in between. To give their styling and coloring services an edge, stylists each select their favorite products, such as Pravana, Neuma, Kevin Murphy, and Schwarzkopf. The salon?s vibe inspires current, creative looks, with a sunflower-yellow couch providing a dash of colorful relief against the consistently black-and-white interior. Local artwork punctuates the landscape, and clients can play ?Guess What Species This Periodical is About? when they open up People magazine.
Erus Builders LLC is all about energy efficiency. The company's experts travel to homes and search for various sources of energy loss, such as air leaks or water heaters that sneak out at night. After making their diagnosis, they can install various solutions, such as insulation, solar electric systems, and solar water heaters. Their work can have a financial benefit, potentially lowering utility bills as well as qualifying homeowners for tax credits. All audits are performed by independent BPI (Building Performance Institute) certified auditors.
The nurses, laser technicians, and aestheticians at Skintight Aesthetics don't just try to turn back the clock. Occasionally, they try to stop it in its tracks. Located inside Salon Surreal, the modern med-spa uses technological advancements to conceal the signs of aging and to prevent signs from appearing in the near future. The center's Exilis system uses radio frequencies to heat deeper layers of the skin, stimulating collagen production and creating a firm appearance without the hassles of surgery or finally using up that third genie wish. Injectable dermal fillers work beneath the surface to improve skin tone, and medical-grade skincare products help remove visible blemishes. To preserve clients' radiance between appointments, Skintight Aesthetics recommends supplements as well as hormone therapy, each of which can correct chemical imbalances and keep skin looking vibrant.