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To complement Herbs & More's trove of more than 500 herbal and homeopathic supplements from Nature’s Sunshine, Nature’s Way, and Irwin Naturals, an on-site team performs holistic medicine treatments and doles out unlimited expertise. Owner and certified herbalist Cathy Burkemper wields her qualifications to supply shoppers with the finest herbs, all-natural gifts, and portals to ancient China, and she offers far-reaching health support through a monthly column called “Ask the Herb Lady” in The Healthy Planet. Chiropractic doctor Melissa Sheahan adjusts backs to their proper alignment, while her husband David “DJ” Eagan practices deep-tissue massage, reiki, and cupping to untangle knots in body and brain alike.
Dr. Traci Hahn developed severe eye problems when she was just 10 months old, and though her parents consulted numerous doctors, none of them took the time to really evaluate their daughter and her vision didn't improve. Finally, they found an optometrist who was able to diagnose and treat her eye issues so she wouldn't suffer permanent vision loss. This story stuck with her growing up, and she knew she wanted to become an optometrist herself and listen thoroughly to patients before guiding them toward the vision and eye-care solutions that are right for them.
Today, Dr. Hahn conducts eye exams that quiz pupils on SAT words, fits patients for contacts, and curates a collection of glasses frames suitable for a spectrum of budgets. The eyewear includes stylish frames from brands such as Dior, Maui Jim, Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger, and Kate Spade.
Schnucks Kids Camp is more than a grocery store. While they sell cooking ingredients, their coaches also teach the culinary techniques to transform basics into piping hot dinners. During live demonstrations, novice cooks stop by to watch and learn as chefs whip up featured recipes, doling out samples to passersby. They happily answer any questions about cooking methods and required equipment, helping budding cooks who want to recreate the dishes at home. Necessary ingredients for every demo dish are available for sale beside each demo station, rather than magically stowed under the coach's chef's hat.
The company also encompasses a more structured cooking school, with classes for couples, families, and kids. A sommelier teaches adults about wine-tasting basics in one session; in another, students learn to prepare market-fresh fish. Kids' classes, meanwhile, cover topics from fondue to circus-themed snacks.
Clique offers sartorially savvy teens and newly minted 20-somethings an ever-expanding array of new and used top-designer and brand-name clothes for both guys and girls. Clique’s inventory grows daily, thanks to both loyal customers selling back their like-new clothes and the unpatented polyester fertilizer that causes outfits to sprout and flourish on the emporium's fertile clothes racks. Brands such as Coach, True Religion, Abercrombie, and Hollister form part of the much- sought-after apparel roster. With 500 to 600 new inventory items per day, trend-starved shoppers are guaranteed endless wearable fixes, and items such as True Religion jeans ($49), a Hollister tee ($6), or a North Face jacket ($32) invigorate intelligent wardrobes in need of new material to stimulate their growing minds. Clique also offers free private after-hours shopping parties for teens, with food and drink provided.