A licensed master aesthetician with 10 years of skin-spiffing experience, Mary Farmer helps fatigued dermises flout aging’s emblems with spa treatments. Rebuff clingy skin cells with the microdermabrasion facial, which gently strips visages of their outermost dermal layer with a non-invasive spray of fine crystals that infuses skin with the peachy glow of health, as opposed to the mauve glow of space radiation. Newly confident mugs can flaunt such results as reduced signs of sun damage, clearer complexions, and erasure of fine lines from intense bouts of illegal street brow-furrowing.
Famed course architect Tom Doak may be the mastermind behind Riverfront Golf Club's 18-hole layout, but Mother Nature should be credited with an assist. Tom took full advantage of the existing topography when shaping each meticulously crafted fairway and green, sculpting a layout that utilizes natural features, including tidal marshes, knee-high native grasses, and ancient pines, oaks, and sycamores. The Nansemond and James Rivers come into play on 14 holes, forcing golfers to face the omnipresent threat of a lost ball and an extra stroke or a ship full of club-stealing pirates. Though the landscape showcases a daunting supply of treacherous hazards, the course offers relatively wide fairways, offering large landing zones for tee shots and aerial caddies flying in mid-round to help read putts on large, undulating greens.
No need to stress about where to put your mat in a crowded studio: River Yoga's instructors journey to the students, not the other way around. During private or semiprivate lessons, the instructors gear yoga lessons to each individual's specific needs. Classes might focus on breathing and meditation, or help athletes get relief from tight hamstrings or lower-back pain. Ultimately, it's about helping students find relief for their bodies and minds.
Sleepy Hole Golf Course challenges golfers in an emerald labyrinth defined by tree-lined fairways, wispy aquatic grasses, and views of the mile-wide Nansemond River. Golfers can start off by loosening up drivers on the range and giving short irons a pep talk in the chipping and putting practice areas. After teeing off, players wind through a verdant course inhabited by doglegs, troublesome bunkers, and water hazards that come into play on five holes. The 18th hole tests golfers' mettle with difficult shot selections throughout, as tee shots land in view of the river and prompt players to either lay up for a safe approach or send shots sailing over marshy fescues onto a green sandwiched between a bunker, a drop-off into water, and a patch of carnivorous plants that subsist on divot tools and plaid knickers.