Located in the heart of Tualatins Business District overlooking the pristine Lake of the Commons Century Hotel is a suburban oasis. Our classic design embraces rich luxury touches while simultaneously allowing you to be productive and efficient when conducting business. Century Hotel truly encompasses the best the Pacific Northwest has to offer. Relaxing comfortable and convenient we offer the ultimate experience for both leisure and business travelers.
We are one of Oregon's longest running Natural Stone Facility's. We provided an extensive selection of natural as well as engineered slab surfaces at an affordable price. We offer something for everyone and are willing to go the extra mile for each and every client.
Looking at her today, you'd never guess that Christina Lucy struggled during gym class in school. She didn't consider herself an athlete, and often watched as coaches cajoled her classmates when they really needed encouragement and support. That rough introduction to the world of physical fitness could have left a bitter taste in her mouth, but instead, Christina let it fuel her desire to improve herself and help other women do the same.
Christina created Code Pink Boot Camp as a place where women could go to find the encouragement, empathy, and, most importantly, the tools they needed to meet their personal fitness goals. The one-hour boot camps combine strength- and functional-training with cardio drills, obstacle courses, and flexibility exercises like yoga, and each exercise can be completely tailored to each woman's individual goals, whether they want to drop 10 pounds or simply fit back into the slim-cut hot dog suit they wore to prom. And, of course, fun and safety are always given top priority in every boot camp, meaning instructors will never push participants beyond their limitations or turn the workout into a competition.
A former three-sport standout at the University of Oregon and current Oregon sports commentator, Jordan Kent employs his athletic experience to lead kids' day camps filled with football, basketball, and soccer drills and competitions. Part of the nonprofit Jordan Kent Foundation, Jordan Kent Skill Camps seek to build self-confidence and discipline in young athletes of all ability levels. For one week, campers train under Jordan and his team of coaches comprised of local high-school athletes, former college athletes, and adult volunteers. The camps aim to teach boys and girls ages 7–13 the value of character and hard work as they engage in a series of scrimmages and contests. A nutritious lunch is provided each day to keep energy levels high, and coaches also build nutrition education into the camps to jumpstart healthy eating habits. On the last day, campers leave with a cookbook full of good snack and meal ideas, as well as a SportHill T-shirt, helping kids remember their time at camp without having to create elaborate cave paintings on the walls of their forts.
Black cars are notoriously tough to keep clean. But the technicians at Elite Auto Spa have so perfected their detailing skills, that owners of black cars can rest assured there will be no visible swirl marks atop the paint job after the washing, buffing, and polishing has ended. Credit the techs vast experience—which has been honed over 14 years working with high-end vehicles—for the picture-perfect finish. That time has also led them to become experts in a slew of services, from removing bad odors, to steam cleaning engines, to scotch-guarding interior upholstery. Of course, their number one specialty continues to be their signature detailing service. This whole-car overhaul includes steam-cleaning carpets and leather, wiping down interiors and tires, and hand-washing and polishing the exterior until it shines like a diamond that's just been through a car wash.
Kate Dessommes has traveled the world in search of techniques to further her knowledge of yoga. She began with a five-year apprenticeship under Luciana Proaño in Portland before packing her bags for New Zealand to study with instructor and author Donna Farhi and John Friend, founder of Anusara yoga.
At Portland Yoga Studio, Kate and her team of instructors fold those globe-gathered techniques into classes that incorporate Ayurveda, asanas, meditation, and relaxation techniques. They also offer special classes for students who otherwise might not be able to participate, such as those with MS, fibromyalgia, arthritis, or problems balancing. Classes for children and families round out the curriculum, giving parents and their kids a new way to bond that’s more active than watching television and safer than traveling to the future by falling into a coma together.