Rise N Shine prepares children for the road ahead with a preschool environment that fosters knowledge, motor skills, and sociability. Infants as young as 6 weeks play with sand and putty and learn to interact with other kids and Cabbage Patch dolls their age. Older preschoolers undertake basic writing, language, and math tasks that will aid them in their transition to kindergarten.
Like a professor knowledgeable on tulip mania, alien black oil, and a myriad of seemingly esoteric subjects, Massage Envy's certified body therapists ably converse with the gamut of muscle ailments. They'll unravel tense coils of accumulated inner-stress through a perfectly catered treatment for individual clients' needs. Swedish massages offer gentle rubbing for muscular soothing and improved circulation, while reflexology focuses on a patient's crawling paddles, delivering relief to hands and feet to extend goodwill throughout the entire body. A prenatal massage is ideal for expecting mothers who could use a little relief from carrying another person inside them, and a hot-stone Envy massage transforms massage hands into warm-rock fingers that heat pain into a gaseous vapor that exits the body and eventually becomes cleanly filtered rain.
Feed healthy adult appetites with a variety of nutritious treats, including sandwiches ($6.50), such as the Asian tuna with soy sauce, green onion, cucumbers, sesame seeds, and cilantro; wraps ($7.25), such as turkey or tuna; or a salad ($7.25), such as the chicken confetti—greens, broccoli, red peppers, corn wheels, cheddar, and bruschetta. Kids can fill up on lost carbs with PB&J ($4.25) or a cheese sandwich with lettuce, tomato, and low-fat mayo ($4.25). Smaller snacks, such as fresh-cut fruit ($3.50) and a yogurt, fruit, and granola parfait ($3.50), sate both kids and kids-at-heart, and baked goods such as muffins ($1.75), cookies ($1.50), and scones ($1.75) are baked in-house. Coffee (up to $1.75) and espresso drinks (up to $4.25) are also on hand to recharge stalled body batteries.
Kidding Around's indoor playground unfurls with 4,000 square feet of play space for sock-donning children, toddlers, and infants to stay physically active and thoroughly entertained. Kids romp through the tangle of slides and tubes that make up the two-level climbing maze or hop into plastic cars to reenact their favorite traffic jams. Two wooden train tables instill tykes with uncontainable glee and an understanding of transnational-shipping routes, whereas two inflatable jumpers, one specifically for toddlers, allow for gravitational exploration. All toys and structures receive a full sanitization several times a day, and the playground's solitary entrance is kept secure by watchful cameras, the vigilant staff, and a teddy-bear bouncer.
Rancho Learning Center is a community of teachers and mentors looking to brighten children's futures. We tutor all grade levels and subjects as well as SAT prep in center. All instruction is individualized. We are located in Rancho Penasquitos.
Within the multihued, pastel walls of Kidville’s indoor playland, tykes expand their minds, network with members of their peer group, and deplete their vast energy reserves. Babies, toddlers, and future adults 6 years old or younger get to choose three class sessions from a diverse selection of curricula developed by Kidville’s early-childhood-development gurus. Burgeoning Beethovens can swivel their hips, flex their sing-along muscles, and edit their massive music manuscripts during one of Kidville’s music and dance classes or enlist in one of the art classes to create a piece that captures their inner rage toward broccoli. Fun and fit gym classes let tots run, roll, and hover through gauntlets of plush blocks and spongy play mats. Most classes run for 45 minutes; patrons should check the schedule and reserve a spot ahead of time. Clasping hands and scampering legs can also roam freely through Kidville’s sprightly, indoor playground with 3 playspace passes, though all munchkins must be supervised by a parent, guardian, or trustworthy primate.
Pari Land combines the education of school with the fun of a playground to create an all-encompassing space they've dubbed an "edutainment center." Inside the safe, enclosed environment, kids aged 6 months to 10 years soak up reading, math, and social skills while developing physically during fun, hands-on classes. My First Experience classes join toddler hands with nontoxic paints and paper and court their eardrums with whimsical rhymes, and Pari Club classes oversee children aged 3 to 6 constructing moving contraptions with computers. Mommy and Me dance classes give parents and children a chance to tap toes together to simple nursery rhymes over ample floor space. Beyond class confines, kids can also splash around as they learn about the water cycle on an interactive water exhibit and flex their artistic abilities on a giant light-bright wall. The activities don't only entertain little ones, but also give parents the chance to kick back with free WiFi in the restaurant and lounge.