Slidell Natural Wellness Centre’s accommodating staff, led by licensed massage therapist and holistic practitioner Brandy Decker, swathes bodies in wraps to evict toxins, exfoliate skin, and promote weight loss. A thorough consultation first outlines the beneficiary’s goals before the organic detox wrap cocoons figures in a compress of natural oils. Secure in the treatment's wholesome clasp, physiques spur their metabolisms to weight-dropping heights for up to three days and can emerge from their swaddled state having shed several inches from formerly stubborn waistlines and seasonal antlers. For optimal slimming results, Slidell Natural Wellness Centre recommends returning for a full six weeks of body-wrap sessions.
Originally opened as Cross Gates Racquet Club in 1981, Cross Gates Family Fitness’s name has evolved along with its mission. The racquet and swim club now emphasizes fitness for the entire family, regardless of experience level, age, or physical condition. With two locations, Cross Gates’s campuses encompass a 10-acre, 70,000-square-foot fitness and recreation facility complete with a pool and tennis courts. They also have an upscale professional gym stocked with free weights, strength-training machines, and cardio machines equipped with personal entertainment screens. Cross Gates also facilitates fitness with classes and instruction in subjects such as yoga, tae kwon do, and tennis.
Magnolia Cleaners carefully grooms garments of all pedigrees, inviting clients to either visit the shop or schedule to have their soiled body suits removed, washed, and returned on a Monday-Thursday or Wednesday-Friday rotation. When duds arrive at the dry-cleaning facility, the scrupulous Magnolia staffers will inspect muumuus for stains, spots, and miniature cows. Each article of clothing is then sent through a double-wash process and treated with distilled dry-cleaning solvents to keep shirts ($3.90), pants ($4.90), and dresses ($8.20) in top condition. As leisure suits and imitation papal robes exit the dry-cleaning machine, they are re-inspected for marks and missing buttons before being hung on hangers, wrapped, and ushered to your stoop. This Groupon may also be applied to the regular laundering of items such as shirts ($2.25) and pants ($4.99).
Dry Cleaning by Louis’ clothes-cleaning crew deodorize and de-spot discriminating duds with eco-friendly, organic practices. Technicians carefully comb over each article of clothing before submitting it to the type of sanitizing wrath normally reserved for Mr. Clean’s kickboxing classes, tidying up items such as pants ($5.60), sweaters ($6.40), dresses ($9.40), and long coats ($15.50). Should articles need a quick fix to snugly fit frames, hemming ($16.80) and waist-fitting alterations ($19.05) re-fashion attire to perfectly flatter shape and size. Clean, crisp duds are sent home wrapped in sheathes of biodegradable plastic, which protects them from outside dust and dirt before they reach the safety of their closet and are released as beautiful butterflies. Although the price of this Groupon is only valid for drop-off service, Dry Cleaning by Louis also offers pickup and delivery services for an additional fee.
Named 2009 Photofinisher of the Year by Photo Industry Reporter, Lakeside Camera Photoworks offers photographic and video services in a boutique environment. This deal is good for photofinishing services ranging from commemorative mugs ($18) to wrapped canvas prints ($89–$346). Skyping empty nesters can turn a high school grad portrait into a fun mouse pad ($17), or create a custom photo book ($14–$312) filled with naked baby pictures, to show to each and every one of junior’s new college girlfriends. Come in and watch a stack of family photos magically transform into T-shirts ($17), calendars ($18–$29), and canvas totes ($26). All products are created in-house, which ensures timely service, and both shops are filled with attentive staff members to help realize your photos' full potential. Unlike many mega photo conglomerates, which employ cold-blooded reptilians and indifferent robots to do all their retouching, Lakeside Camera Photoworks hires humans to put final touches on every product they make.