As Sunsational Tan's fleet of UV equipment—which ranges from entry-level beds to 17,600-watt Ergoline bronzing beds—darkens epidermises over the course of 10–15 minutes, steady-handed technicians manually imbue skin with even hues using advanced spray-tan equipment. Additionally, the VHR tanning booth's 200 watts lend standing customers a sun-kissed glow without yielding awkward streaks or solar lipstick marks.
On 134 acres of farmland outside of Fairport, the dedicated staff and volunteers of Lollypop Farm, the Humane Society of Greater Rochester care for and adopts thousands of stray animals each year. The open-admission shelter adopts animals of all breeds and species?including cats, dogs, rabbits, birds, horses, and pigs?and holds programs to educate visitors on the issues that contribute to the animals' overpopulation and surrender. Proceeds from gift shop sales help provide daily care for animals at the shelter.
Signature service: Financial Planning
Staff Size: 11?25 people
Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
Pro Tip: We will reach out to you with specific documents to bring to your appointment.
Hands-on learning and playtime in JW Tumbles’ interactive classes help children explore the far reaches of their cranial caverns. Parents with toddlers younger than 3 years old can enroll in parent-participation classes such as Squeakers Class, geared toward four- to 10-month-olds, Little Maestros is a musical adventure for kids four months to five years, or Wobblers Class, where baby bodybuilders 11 to 18 months old practice tumbling and balance to increase motor skills and decrease the need for sippy-cup creatine shakes. Ages 3 and older can fly solo—parents can watch from the sidelines if they wish—during age-appropriate and highly interactive independent classes. The Stompers Class prep 3- to 4.5-year-olds for kindergarten, while Specialty Classes introduces kids from 3 to 7 years old to specific forms of fun in a non-competitive environment. Each class meets once a week, leaving plenty of time for use of the playspace passes.
Within a comfortable environment replete with warm hues, fish tanks, and flat-screen TVs, Dr. Howard Silver leads a friendly crew of mouthbone mechanics in treating a growing patient base to high-quality tooth tune-ups. Launching the office's chomper charge against plaque and tarter buildup is the prophylaxis cleaning, which massages gum ornaments until they shine like the Silver Surfer’s polished kneecaps (an $80 value). During the comprehensive oral examination, a tooth scaler navigates the surfaces of teeth terrain to check for suspicious craters and unidentified enamel (a $65 value). Bitewing x-rays help to tell the full biographical story of each patient’s pie hole, revealing evidence of the past, things to look out for in the future, and pieces of fortune cookie sadly lodged in the present (a $65 value). Finally, an Invisalign consultation (a $75 value) determines whether clients are well suited to the teeth-straightening mouthpieces, which are custom-fit braces as invisible as a Pittsburgh Pirate in October.
IWS's team of master muscle rejuvenators is led by owner Craig Danehy, who has applied his medical expertise to relieving aches and pains for more than a decade. The squad of special-ops stress softeners provide therapeutic massages to soothe sore bodies, calm the nerves of the preternaturally tense, relieve acute and chronic muscular pain, and help rehabilitate injured athletes and full-contact chess players. The warriors of this army of kneaders are all fully licensed and no-fault insurance specialists that cater to those with injuries from auto accidents. Craig's extracurriculars include the position of lead medical provider for the Gorilla Massage Fund, which helps provide relief to sufferers of multiple sclerosis.