For Jason Cameron, owner/operator of the Crystal Wolf College of Crystal and Reiki Healing, helping clients achieve mental, physical, and emotional balance is the key to good health and energy. It's with this goal that he structures every session for his clients, brandishing therapeutic crystals and reiki movements to promote natural healing and teaching them soothing meditation techniques that reduce stress. He also hosts spiritual-counselling sessions that aim to alleviate worries and leads meditation sessions that help clients live in the moment rather than constantly attempting to time travel to last week's free-coffee Monday.
With 44 years of combined experience, the certified technicians at KustomEis augment automotive innards with electronics from brands including Rockford Fosgate, MB Quart, Autostart, and Clarion. Remote-starter systems rev engines from a distance of up to 3,000 feet, satellite radio unlocks tunes and news from around the globe, and backup cameras reveal bumper-busting roadblocks including poles, carts, and freshly-laid dominos. Technicians also trick out sound systems, adding bite to bass with speakers, amplifiers, and subwoofers.
The Girls of Craven 2012 calendar counts down the days until the 2012 Craven Country Jamboree, taking place July 12–15, 2012, via twelve photographs of six sultry local female subjects. Spanning August 2011 to July 2012, the calendar recruits its models from a roster of the outdoor music festival's regular attendees who strut their noncubist features in two photographs each. Calendar models—chosen for their sense of fashion and festival joie de vivre—also make public appearances for promotional Jamboree events and at various festival locales. Each calendar arrives bearing unique numbers, allowing owners to register online for the chance to win two weekend VIP passes to next year's festival and avoid the usual hassle of hauling along your own red carpet. Customers can also opt to win a trip to Dreams Villamagna in Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico.
Philly’s Painting & Carpet Cleaning founder Phillip Price has always been fascinated by the way a room is transformed by a thorough cleaning. The allure of reimagining a living space led him to pursue the field of interior painting and carpet cleaning, although the journey wasn’t always smooth. After witnessing the way some of his employers treated their clients, he became determined to provide something better, and Philly’s Painting & Carpet Cleaning was born. Whether brightening up drab walls or scrubbing down a well-trod footpath, the staff can spruce up commercial or residential dwellings and the occasional snow fort. Philly’s covers walls in premium Benjamin Moore paints, and lifts debris from carpets using environmentally safe products manufactured by the Ontario-based FabriZone company.
Adam and Raina, the photographers and videographers behind Stick Productions, infuse each studio and on-location shoot with a lighthearted sense of fun, snaring professional, narrative shots of subjects in natural states of happiness. Specializing in wedding photography and videography, Adam and Raina strive to incorporate chosen on-location settings into their photos' overall composition, artfully manipulating natural light and adding a personalized signature to each candidly captured, photojournalistic image. In-studio portrait sittings allow time for clothing changes, whereas field shoots snap subjects at a favourite park, street corner, or space-shuttle launch pad.
More than 11 years ago in the Gallant family’s second garage, husband-and-wife team Tom and Debbie worked tirelessly to get their fledgling business—Demand Janitorial Equipment & Repair—off the ground, fixing vacuums and floor scrubbers late into the night. Their meticulous attention to detail and passion for repairs quickly built a devoted following of customers, necessitating the move from the garage to a storefront.
In the decade since they mended their first ailing machine, Tom, Debbie, daughter Michelle, son-in-law Josh, and their trained staff have expanded their operations to include janitorial supplies. Today, they grant Regina-area businesses access to industrial cleaning supplies and accessory rentals and accept equipment and used parts on consignment. A fleet of reconditioned equipment can be scooped up on-site, and staffers help shoppers navigate the store’s inventory, which includes degreasers, window cleaners, and mediation strategies for particularly obstinate dust. In the decades since they mended their first ailing machine, Tom, Debbie, and their trained staff have expanded their operations. Today, they grant Regina-area businesses access to industrial cleaning supplies and accessory rentals and accept equipment and used parts on consignment. A fleet of reconditioned equipment can be scooped up on-site, and staffers help shoppers navigate the store’s inventory, which includes degreasers, window cleaners, and mediation strategies for particularly obstinate dust.
When Melanie and Mike inherited ownership of VIP Pet Care in 2006, they applied the knowledge gained from two lifetimes spent around dogs to construct a haven dedicated to their shared passion, animals. They quickly got to work kick-starting a daycare service, emphasizing the importance of core vaccinations, and cozying up the kennel to encourage social behaviour, something they believe is vital to a canine's happiness. After Mike acquaints each new lodger with the other four-legged tenants of the 97-room kennel, he lets them dream about fetching a wooly mammoth bone during a nap or romp with new friends across the grassy, 1-acre backyard and indoor play space. Melanie, the proud owner of two great danes and two blue heeler-great pyrenees, meticulously grooms canines of all sizes, imbuing pelts with squeaky-clean sheen. The couple's keen eye extends to the cat rooms, outfitted with climbing towers and plush cushions upon which cats practice birdcalls whilst peering through wide windows.