Angie's Massage & Wellness's skin-savvy staff of certified therapists relaxes and refurbishes organ homes within a quaint countryside setting. The exfoliation wrap ushers away deadweight dermal layers with a sugar or salt scrub, then envelops fresh surfaces in a clay mud cloak of the recipient's choosing, including the popular Fango mud, while muscle menders massage clients' heads and feet. Those with skin that's smoother and more radiant than a freshly shaved lighthouse can opt for a one-hour swedish or neuromuscular massage. Under the care of doting dermal kneaders, tension from daily pressures will melt away, leaving bodies relaxed and functioning more efficiently. Both of today's options include a 30-minute infrared sauna treatment, a dry sauna session designed to burn up to 600 calories while eliminating toxins from the body, alleviating muscle aches, and roundhouse-kicking stress in the face.
Oasis Lawncare's weekly and biweekly visits to homes and businesses keep the community looking spiffy around all its green edges. With a sharp attention to detail to keep lawns looking consistently great, green-thumbed teams tend to greenery throughout the week, providing services that range from basic lawn mowing to plowing driveways in the winter.
Ernest, a certified personal trainer, leads small groups of students through challenging boot-camp classes. Focusing on high-intensity metabolic exercises, the classes aim to help students build strength and muscle. In addition to getting students fitter, Ernest also aims to strengthen the community by donating a portion of his profits to charity.
Since 1987, General Rental Center has matched do-it-yourselfers with the correct rental products and equipment to complete an array of projects. Rentable wares from the company?s vast catalogue assist their operators with digging trenches, demolishing walls, and surveying land. At General Rental, customers can also rent necessities for weddings and corporate events from the eventful rental showroom.
Supplying all types of social gatherings with entertainment-enhancing games and activities, Springfield Party Rental stocks a sprightly set of family-friendly bouncy houses, big-shot-belittling dunk tanks, or six-person laser-tag sets. Though this deal is valid for the standard bouncer, rocketing ricocheters can upgrade to a themed castle, such as Bob the Builder or the Clown Bouncer (an additional $25), or land a bounce-and-slide combo to really rile up guests at your city-council-overthrow fundraiser (an additional $100). Party planners can take the initiative to pick up, set up, and take down their own rentals (the job requires two adults, and is easy with three), and the dunk tank is towable with a 2" hitch. However, professional delivery and pick-up are also available at a flat rate of $60 within 10 miles, and $3 per loaded mile after that—similarly, setup and takedown are an additional fee.
Constructed 80 years ago on a familiar stretch of Route 66, the building that houses Tubby's Diner has also held a pool hall, a gas station, and a hotel. Owner Jason Russell recently remodeled it, though, and now visitors can dine on classic American food in a revamped setting with 1950's-style booths.
In the morning, chefs flip pecan pancakes and douse hand-breaded steaks with sausage gravy. Later in the day, diners sink teeth into open-faced roast beef sandwiches or filets of beer-battered fish, washing it all back with sips of hand-dipped milk shakes.