In two separate jump rooms furnished with up to four huge inflatables each, kids bound off bounce-house walls, slip down air-filled slides, and navigate energy-burning obstacle courses. When taking breaks from bouncing, they challenge each other to games of skee-ball, Dance Dance Revolution, and pinball in the game room, replete with a Wii lounge and ball blaster. Kids can invade the activity-filled fun house during open-play times or birthday parties, which include private party-room space, game tokens, and DVD slide shows of the festivities.
The crew at Alexander Roofing can do a lot more than repair roofs. They also clean gutters, seal driveways, and use pressure washers to blast dirt and grime from home exteriors. They make over interiors as well. The team paints rooms, backing up their work with a two-year warranty.
The staff at Hypnosis of Long Island uses their trance-inducing treatments to help clients reach goals including weight loss, stress reduction, and quitting smoking. By empowering the subconscious mind to "speak up" in favor of healthy choices, they aim to bolster clients' resolve during difficult moments of indecision. Clients ultimately aren't losing control through hypnosis—they're regaining it.
Hypnosis isn't the only treatment on offer. A licensed psychotherapist, founder Ron Villano also addresses a wide range of issues and concerns through individual, couples, and family counseling. His multi-discipline approach has helped his clients deal with changes and challenges including bereavement, addiction, depression, and child behavioral concerns.
Fitness 4 You's nationally certified trainers understand the science of fitness and the barriers that often prevent continued improvement. They also understand the importance of meeting an individual's needs, which is why the facility is home to such diverse programs. Whether a client is looking to lose weight, increase their flexibility, or improve their athletic performance, Fitness 4 You's trainers match those fitness goals with the proper training regimen. They do so through corrective-exercise programs, nutrition guidance, and group classes such as boot camp and Zumba.