Sport Fencing Center has carried on fencing's centuries-old flame by instilling the sport's values within new generations of competitors. Students as young as five lunge and parry on the facility's nine fencing strips, each outfitted with electronic scoring machines. Co-owners Karen Ladenheim and Darwin Martos coach mechanics and strategy during instructional programs taught to students of all experiences and abilities. Novices start off in introductory courses, wherein they'll learn basics such as footwork and blade work while improving speed and mobility, while experts might work on advanced footwork, tournament preparation, and their ability to steal s'more marshmallows in the Competitive Program.
Take a dip at the aptly named Richmond Plunge—a giant swimming pool located at the historic Richmond Municipal Natatorium. The pool is double the size of two Olympic-sized pools. You’re sure to get your laps in here! The facilities are clean, modern, and comfortable. The lifeguards at The Plunge are helpful and knowledgeable. Head to The Plunge for a quick swim, sign yourself or your children up for one of their many classes, or take the whole family for their family and recreation swim! Take advantage of this fantastic facility. You are sure to enjoy this refreshing experience at this historic site.
Christopher Gibney has been inserting hair-thin needles into people’s skin for 30 years. The licensed acupuncturist does so to alleviate a slew of symptoms, including allergies, chronic fatigue, and depression. His homeopathic medicine services also curb those ailments, and carry none of the risks associated with pharmaceuticals or kryptonite.
In 85 offices across the country, chiropractors combine their skills and decades of experience to alleviate soreness and stiffness caused by spinal conditions. In all New Beginnings Chiropractic Offices, chiropractors receive coaching, the most up-to-date training, and daily reports on the condition of the earth?s enormous spinal column.
Roy Strassman has dedicated more than 30 years of his life to helping people live fulfilling, pain-free lives. Although Roy can use a lighter massage technique to ease his clients' suffering, his chosen treatment modality is Hellerwork—a bodywork system that uses deep-tissue pressure to promote proper alignment among the muscles and joints. This pressure can do more than just relieve the tension caused by stress-laden muscles. It can also help increase flexibility, improve posture, and reenergize clients while contributing to a balanced sense of holistic well-being for the mind as well as the body.