In 2003, Mountain Yoga Sandy was founded by Alex and Jacqueline Wheeler. Recently, Mountain Yoga has expanded and now has 2 studio rooms offering a variety of classes for students of all backgrounds. The Big Cottonwood room offers hot yoga classes while the Little Cottonwood Room offers kids' yoga, mat/barre Pilates, Vinyasa flow, prenatal and postnatal yoga, and restorative yoga.
In crowded classrooms, it's easy for the needs of individual children to be overlooked. Despite the best efforts on the parts of teachers and students alike, all children learn at different rates and in different ways. Sylvan Learning Center's nationwide network of tutors and resources seeks to fill in educational gaps and keep flagging students from elementary to high school up to speed.
Whether children struggle with reading, writing, or solving the complex logarithms necessary to get their jetpacks airborne, Sylvan's learning gurus help them chart a course through learning roadblocks. Initial skills assessments determine where students fit into the Sylvan tutoring regimen with a series of tests, diagnostic tools, and interviews. With a greater understanding of the needs of each student, tutors create custom approaches to keep students engaged and in command of the fundamentals.
Two-Can Fly Paragliding's owner and founder, Ken Hudonjorgensen, has been helping students into the air since 1990. He has flown more than 13,000 times—for more than 4,000 hours in the air—since he began paragliding in 1989. The sport has blossomed since then, and Ken is dedicated to keeping up with trends and helping others safely find their wings so they can finally realize that clouds don't taste like cream cheese. In addition to introductory lessons, Ken helps fliers gain any level of certification; he boasts a Safe Pilot award and the highest single-seater rating of P5. For basic P2 certification, Two-Can Fly Paragliding mandates at least 100 flights to make sure students have the skills down. In addition to one-on-one lessons, Ken leads clinics on more advanced topics, such as mountain flying and tandem paragliding.
When photographer Haley Hodges takes a photo, she doesn't want subjects to turn out looking like American Gothic, all stiff-necked and solemn. Instead, she keeps shoots loose, engendering natural, relaxed interactions between couples and family members. Her approach helps clients have fun and percolate with candor, generating moments worth capturing.
Dr. Drake Vincent is a respected force in local cosmetic surgery, and his specialized practice offers hair-loss-fighting treatments that are both surgical and noninvasive. The Vincent Hair Institute's office is dedicated to comfort and classical aesthetics with a Romanesque decor, which includes a marbled reception desk, elegant statues, and rich wooden furnishings. Following hair-loss consultations and treatments, men and women can visit the onsite salon where professionals trained in coloring and styling will enhance a new hirsute look.
Every bag of pet food that hits the shelves at Healthy Pets Mountain West is vetted to ensure it contains no animal by-products, no harmful chemicals, and no unnecessary fillers. This means pet owners can choose from brands such as Orijen, Evanger's, and Taste of the Wild, just to name a few, as well as all-natural and healthy treats that are a better alternative to trying to get puppies to eat salads.?During their visit, dog owners can also suds up their furry friends at the self-wash station or arrange for a full grooming session.?
Healthy Pets Mountain West's staffers loves pets so much that they even help homeless animals find forever homes.