Belinda Gonzales, an energy worker and licensed massage therapist, combines therapies from different cultures to guide bodies toward total relaxation at Peaceful Retreat Therapeutic Massage. She offers modalities such as anxiety-relieving Swedish and deep-tissue massage. She also performs thai massage, which incorporates yoga-influenced stretches and gentle rocking—like when Mick Jagger quietly sang “Happy” to a restless Keith Richards and his teddy bear. Belinda can further melt away mental stress with aromatherapeutic oils; during reiki therapy, she directs energy toward acupuncture points to balance the energy levels.
Each and every job performed by Arrow Home Improvement and Repair is backed by a decade of experience in the construction industry. The crew specializes in residential, commercial, and industrial construction and remodeling, and they consider no job too big, too small, or too M.C. Escher. Services range from simple home improvements to the designing and building of facilities from scratch, while typical one-visit trips might see them installing or repairing drywall or plaster, or tending to doors, windows, and trims including baseboards and crown molding.
As America's largest charity rater, Charity Navigator serves more than three million unique visitors each year, impacting approximately $10 billion of charitable donations. The organization’s rating methodology focuses on not only the financial health and analysis of a charity's performance, but also on each charity's accountability and transparency. The system helps donors make knowledgeable, empowered decisions about how to invest their philanthropic dollars, while in turn helping charities maximize their social impact and fundraising efforts.
With a team of six trucks and numerous professional, full-time movers, McAvey Moving Company facilitates smooth re-locating services for homeowners and businesses alike. The crew tackles tasks that range from packing fragile glassware and treasured photographs to moving entire pianos, vehicles,, and piano-shaped vehicles. Belongings rest in safe hands, whether left for storage at McAvey's climate-controlled warehouse or trekked cross-country for a long-distance move, and the company even offers its customers a handy premove checklist to help make moving day as stress-free as possible.
No one can say that The Weather Busters didn’t arise from humble beginnings. Bob Fano launched the climate-control business in 1968 from the basement of his parents’ house, eventually moving into a storefront and employing a staff of five. By the time The Weather Busters merged with Airflow Systems in 1977, Bob had expanded into heating and cooling services and acquired a solid reputation for dedicated workmanship. Today, his dream team of trustworthy technicians services HVAC systems by making repairs, installing systems, performing tune-ups, and outfitting windows with sunglasses to maintain optimum coolness. When there's an emergency, Bob’s Rapid Response Squad rescues HVAC systems from breakdowns in short order. Customers who join The Weather Busters Club will receive additional benefits, discounts, and tips that save money and help protect the environment.
Chef Central's kitchenware emporium, awarded Best of Westchester in 2010 by Westchester Magazine, plants chefs amid 21,000 square feet of epicurean aids from all-purpose pots to highly specialized gadgets. Amateur foodies and hard-boiled professionals alike can browse aisle upon aisle of cutlery, books, cookware, and gadgets. Lighting on tasteful treasures such as the Cuisipro stainless steel olive oil mister ($15.99), great for healthful baking and weather-resistant hairstyling, or an OXO salad spinner ($29.99).