The clairvoyants at Best Psychics in Town call upon decades of experience in providing psychic readings. However, time is a fluid concept to them, as they strive to tap into the past, present, and future with their myriad talents. Each of them boasts specialties that work to help clients to realize goals and achieve self-awareness. For example, Laura Moody is focused on clairvoyance and mediumship, whereas Kane Moody focuses on tarot cards and aiding people with their relationships. The team's services also go beyond standard readings into the realm of energy work, such as reiki. They conduct sessions over the phone, in person, and in your dreams, as well as during parties and events.
Since 1985, the Michigan Institute of Real Estate has aided real estate agents, brokers, and builders in fulfilling licensing requirements and enriching knowledge of their field. President Namir K. George and fellow experts illuminate the requisites necessary for career paths such as mortgage-loan officer, home inspector, real-estate salesperson, or appraiser. In addition to classroom sessions, Michigan Institute of Real Estate permits pupils to complete coursework online or through home study, so they can complete academics from the comfort of their home or behind the shirts in their crush's walk-in closet. The agency also supplies students with abundant study tools, including flashcards, training CDs, and DVDs.
There's a secret hidden in the name of Bellis Therapeutic Spa: "Bellis" is actually an acronym that describes the staff's values. The team maintains a diverse menu of massages, peels and facials, and body scrubs and wraps. But every single treatment, without exception, is guided by the core priorities stashed in the Bellis name. "B" refers to a Belief in natural products and ingredients. Aestheticians scrub bodies with white tea and ginger, milk with honey and ginger, and herbed lavender salt. Holistic treatments such as ear candling celebrate natural methods, and oatmeal facial masks help nourish, hydrate, soothe, fuel, and disguise bank-robbing clients all at once. "E" stands for Empowering, the first "L" is for Listen, and the second "L" is for Learning. These three values work in tandem, as staffers pay close attention to clients' goals and concerns, then empower them with personalized skincare education clients can take home. "I" is for Integrity, meaning that the team respects guests' privacy and needs, while the last "S," standing for Services, refers to the leisurely pace at which clients are encouraged to enjoy each treatment.
It was bachelorhood?with all of its characteristic one-man meals?that first spurred Heavenly Chicken & Waffles's founder, Aaron Sanders, to hone his cooking prowess. "My mother told me, 'Aaron, you're going to be single for a long time,'" he told a Model D journalist. "I don't know why she said that, unfortunately it did come true, but that's what made me started cooking." But it wasn't until a trip to New York City in 1998 that Sanders finally found his inspiration?chicken and waffles?at a historic Harlem eatery.
In the years since that trip, Sanders has given countless Michiganders their first taste of this soul-food classic. He and his team work tirelessly to make each bite scrumptious?they hand-pick the best Amish chicken wings and breasts, season them overnight, and whisk real milk and cream into the signature waffle batter. All this dedication to quality has earned his restaurant praise from neighborhood regulars as well as local press such as Fox 2.
As one of Michigan's largest and oldest brokerage firms, Real Estate One shares nearly a century's worth of knowledge during its educational buffet of training courses. The firm's academy invites aspiring and established sales agents to sharpen their skills at classes held around the state, including a Michigan real estate licensing class for those hoping to sell property or additional locker space to gullible high school freshmen. Computer tutelage keeps students abreast of technological requisites, and continuing education programs help licensed agents meet state requirements. To ensure property apprentices graduate packed with knowledge, Real Estate One appoints experienced, respectful instructors to head each course.
At Creative Hands Early Learning Child Development Center, kids zoom down the playground slide, experiment with handprint art, and learn new, age-appropriate skills under the staff's watchful eye. With programs for youngsters ranging from infants to 12-year-olds, the center's curricula vary widely, but they all emphasize the idea that learning and play aren't mutually exclusive. The teachers also allow kids to work at their own pace and skill level, cultivating a can-do attitude and a love of learning, rather than a belief that learning should be avoided at all costs.