Deals in Meadowview

91% Off Chiropractic Package

Dr. Ron Fried Chiropractic & Wellness Center

Rochester

$430 $39

Doctor of chiropractic Ron Fried x-rays and adjusts backs before a massage therapist kneads muscles

Up to 59% Off at Pilates ActivCore Studio

Pilates ActivCore Studio

Auburn Hills/Rochester Hills

$85 $40

Instructors motivate students to increase their flexibility and endurance while strengthening their core with classes offered at all levels

68% Off Nutritional Consulting

Better Health Nutrition Center

Rochester

$120 $39

Practitioners test clients for food sensitivities and zero in on sources of chronic pain, weight gain, or hormonal imbalances

Up to 72% Off Peel or Microdermabrasion

Oakland Hills Dermatology

Auburn Hills

$150 $49

A chemical peel softens fine lines and smooths the skin's texture; microdermabrasion sloughs away dead skin cells for a more youthful look

Up to 79% Off Personal-Training Sessions

Personal Training with Jason

Meridian Fitness LLC

$180 $50

Burn fat and tone muscles with customized workouts and nutrition

Up to 56% Off Yoga Classes

Meridian Fitness And Spa

Meridian Fitness

$60 $29

Yogis flow through sequential poses in yoga classes tailored for all experience levels

Up to 53% Off Golf for Two or Four in Lake Orion

Bald Mountain Golf Course

Lake Orion

$106 $55

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Designed by Michigan Golf Hall of Famer Wilfred Reid, 83-year-old course rolls over 6,624 yards of open terrain and kempt greens

Up to 74% Off at Reason's Golf Academy

Reason's Golf Academy

Multiple Locations

$375 $99

Golf pros use video analysis to teach the Ferris-wheel technique, fostering dependable swings in private lessons

Up to 51% Off Golf Instruction at Pure Swing Golf Academy

Pure Swing Golf Academy

Downtown Rochester

$100 $49

Golf instructors work one-on-one with students in instruction tailored to their needs

Up to 55% Off at The Rochester Athletic Club

The Rochester Athletic Club

Downtown Rochester

$65 $29

Riders torch calories spinning to health atop Real Ryder bikes; gym package includes tanning & personal training

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Upon entering Go Cycle Studios, it might feel like you’ve accidentally walked into a club: hip-hop, rock, and dance music streams from the expansive sound system, reverberating off the exposed brick walls and polished concrete floors. The cycling and fitness center’s owners, Jimmy and Lisa, use this atmosphere to set the mood, but they’re serious about exercise. They and the other instructors tailor spin classes and other fitness programs to challenge riders of all levels, from beginners to those who want to work up to jumping a police barricade. Under their instruction, riders sweat astride Keiser stationary bikes, each outfitted with monitors that display RPMs, heart rate, approximate calorie burn, and miles covered. Before or after class, students can head to the back patio to sip coffee in the fresh air or furtively discuss ways to hasten the comeback of handlebar streamers.

220 N Adams Rd
Rochester Hills,
MI
US

Founded by two wilderness guides in 1992, Moosejaw has merged an Everest-sized variety of top-flight outdoor goods with thoughtful, friendly service, leading CityVoters to name the retailer the Best Outdoor Apparel store for two years running. Beloved brands such as The North Face, Patagonia, Mountain Hard Wear, Marmot, and Arc'teryx decorate the walls, and Moosejaw's own product line has fanatics worldwide. Outfit a summer surfing trip with some funky boardshorts ($19.99–$59) and some Hyperflex Mesh gloves ($23.95) to ensure maximum tread when open-face slapping disorderly waves. There's an extensive array of footwear to pacify and protect your lower paws. Lace haters and hip Dutch tulip farmers can slip on the snug Merrell clogs ($70). Moosejaw's glut of gear covers a wide range of activities, from snowboarding and rock climbing to indoor sunglassing and extreme strollering.

322 N Adams Rd
Rochester Hills,
MI
US

English Gardens began as a single, family-owned nursery in 1954, and has since blossomed into a full-service landscaping and garden center with multiple locations, all owned and operated by second-generation family members. Each location facilitates both indoor and outdoor gardening projects. The florist department brings the outdoor flourish inside by arranging fresh-cut floral bouquets and gift baskets for all manner of occasions. Workshops and in-store presentations also allow the green-thumbed experts to impart advice on common gardening and decorating topics such as building a kitchen herb garden or housetraining a dogwood tree. During the summer season, English Gardens holds a summer planting sale as well as weekly in-store gardening tutorials every Saturday at 10 a.m.

252 North Adams Road
Rochester Hills,
MI
US

Though SEE Eyewear’s specs are only found in their stores, their designs sprout from imaginations around the world. Winner of reader's choice awards in cities ranging from San Francisco to Nashville, SEE Eyewear stocks its frames directly from fashionable frame crafters and passes on the savings of doing business at the source to customers. The company calls on fashion designers from France, Italy, and other style-conscious countries to create one-of-a-kind designs to be featured on store shelves and client faces. Before that happens, though, each potential frame goes through a rigorous design and review process to ensure its distinctiveness and quality before it can be added to the national eyewear shop’s exclusive coveted selection.

From cat-eye to horn-rimmed and perfectly round to wayfarer-inspired, the cost of each frame includes single-vision lenses, giving customers the simplicity of a flat price that doesn’t require customers to pay an extra prescription fee or mine their own bifocal quarry. SEE Eyewear also trains its staff members to be aesthetically savvy so they can find the perfect fashion-forward, vision-correcting specs for any face shape, mood, or fashion sense.

112 N Adams Rd
Rochester Hills,
MI
US

At Baja Fresh, spice-yearning patrons can swing by to sample comforting casual fare without the hassle of building a catapult powerful enough to reach Mexico. Grab a burrito or taco served inside the stuffed blanket of a tortilla, or get a bowlful of delectable insides with the shell-less version—or get a combination. The meats that make up each meal are never frozen and are all-natural. Optional ingredients to lay the groundwork for handheld feasts include fire-grilled or charbroiled chicken and steak, slow-roasted pork carnitas, black or pinto beans and cheese, and specialty seafood options; a vegetarian-friendly version includes peppers, chilies, and onions layered with freshly simmered black or pinto beans, cheese, sour cream and pico de gallo.

176 N Adams Rd
Rochester Hills,
MI
US

After working for 24 years at what he calls a "real" job, Bob DiTommaso left the office environment to pursue his passion: photography. It wasn't an easy switch—his career move required long hours and lots of hard work—but Bob says he wouldn't change a thing. The effort paid off in the end, when he opened his own studio, Robert DiTommaso Photography.

Bob works mainly in family and children's photography, but his interests run the gamut from portraits to landscape and sports photography. Regardless of subject, the seasoned shutterbug brings a keen eye for capturing the ineffable in each and every shoot. And he prints his images in-house on a wide-format professional ink-jet printer.

When he's not taking great photos, Bob is teaching others to do so during photography workshops that take place in-studio or on-location. He even leads photography safaris, multi-day trips that trek through national parks and other breathtaking locales in search of the perfect shot of Bigfoot buying deodorant.

1794 Apple Ridge Ct
Rochester,
MI
US