Real Deals on Home Décor is an affordable home accessory, furniture, and decoration emporium. Due to the limited hours and the mom-and-pop atmosphere, shopping at Real Deals feels as exciting as finding an unlit firework in a bale of hay. For a last-minute holiday-time presto chango, there’s plenty of Christmas-themed décor, including nativities, garlands, stars, and wreaths. Inside, there are plenty of accessories under $25, including picture frames, signs, candles, clocks, pottery, and metal wall art. If you're in need of shopping navigational aid, the Real Deals staff doubles as a human GPS system for tasteful tchotchkes.
At Sierra Tahoe Laser and Wellness Center, Dr. Michael Nelson treats patients of all backgrounds through a nurturing, holistic philosophy. Dr. Nelson draws on 19 years of experience in chiropractic and functional medicine as he follows a lab-based approach to identify the root causes of bodily issues, using detailed reports and recommendations to help mend everything from adrenal fatigue to Type 2 diabetes. The center flaunts an arsenal of advanced technology, including a frequency-specific laser whose beams of light stimulate acupuncture points while repairing tissue and reducing inflammation to help relieve endocrine imbalances and allergic reactions. The Class IV laser, meanwhile, targets deep tissue and alleviates maladies such as arthritis and ligament sprains from competitive rock, paper, scissors tournaments.
Chief instructor Paul Reyes brings more than 20 years of teaching experience to 360 Martial Arts Academy, as he helms a team of MMA instructors who guide combatants through an all-terrain combination of kickboxing, grappling, and weapons handling. Students commence butt-kicking with the Introductory Course, comprosed of one group and two semi-private classes, in which gurus teach the basics of muay thai, tae kwon do, kali, and Brazilian jiu-jitsu. From there, the adult program takes the fully grown on a journey to black belt, during which trainees learn the rigors of self-defense and permanently banish suspenders from wardrobes. Underage pugilists train at one of three levels; 4- to 6-year-old Little Dragons and 7- to 8-year-old Dragons work through age-adjusted 10-month programs with a special belt system, whereas kids ages 9–12 immerse themselves in a miniature version of the adult track, which pits cherubs against juice boxes instead of kicking bags.
If you didn't take an archery lesson at Wasting Arrows Archery, you might not know that if you want to hit the target, you have to aim slightly away from it. Wasting Arrows' certified instructors teach participants, ages 8 and up, this and other skills?in traditional and compound archery classes, which take place?at a 22-lane indoor range. Wasting Arrows' instructors even offer lessons for those who want to become archery instructors themselves.
Wasting Arrows also hosts tournaments and league events, including fall Zombie hunts that award a prize to the last archer standing.
Espresso-hued walls and arched entryways lend Metamorphosis Salon and Day Spa a chic feel that continues from the lobby into serene private-spa rooms, where licensed aesthetician Kayla performs massages and treatments. As clients recline on a blanketed massage bed, Kayla draws from her stockpile of eco-friendly and alcohol-free products—each made by Pevonia Botanica—to combat skin concerns such as fine lines, acne, or etchings of horses left on cheekbones by prehistoric artists. She also uses lactic, glycolic, and hibiscus-flower acids to gently exfoliate skin and lessen signs of sun damage.
The up-tempo workouts at 9 Round accomplish a lot in just 30 minutes. With nine unique stations to complete, participants complete a full-body workout, performing everything from strength building with kettlebells to whooping on 100-pound heavy bags to blasting their cores. Talented, motivating trainers keep them focused and maximize their minutes in the gym.