Dedicated to unlocking the healing power of certain audio frequencies, SOQI Chi Spa pairs soothing sounds—chirping birds, lapping waves—with complementary vibrations on a Sun Ancon Chi Machine table to rebalance spines and nervous systems, boost immunity and blood production, and awaken cells and internal organs. For an added dose of pain relief and healing, the far-infrared heat of two or three “hothouses” emulates the restorative feeling of sunshine, getting deeper under your skin than a backhanded compliment. The heat not only jump-starts detoxification and circulation, but also may help improve arthritis, allergies, and asthma.
The underwater experts at Air Down There SCUBA know that exploring the ocean’s depths can be both challenging and exhilarating. That’s why they fill their safety-focused dive shop with a dizzying array of SCUBA and snorkel equipment, arming clients with wetsuits, tanks, and dolphin-attracting flutes. Air Down There SCUBA offers a wide range of classes from beginning SCUBA all the way through technical and professional level certifications.
Select Vintage applies customer-designed labels to bottles of delicious Californian, Minnesotan, Italian, and German wines to create thoughtful and elegant gifts. For a memorable birthday, wedding, or unbirthday present, you can outfit a bottle of merlot or chardonnay with a customized photo and a personal message. Notes of spicy apples and pears resonates throughout each sip of their California chardonnay, while ripe cherries, blackberries, and plum lend their California merlot fruitful overtones.
Stocking shelves with new and recycled duds since 1971, Ragstock fortifies wardrobes with a storefront brimming with new and recycled men's and women's clothing and accessories. In addition to mainstream garments, stores sling eclectic outfit accouterments such as neon suspenders ($9.99) and thick-rimmed spectacles ($4.99+) that allow shoppers to evoke the air of literature professors without blithely quoting Joyce.
Glass Today was founded on the shoulders of brothers-in-law Rod Ellison and Shawn Stariha in 2000, when their small operation consisted of one technician, a van, a garage, and 30 years of collective auto experience. Six years later, Kevin and Heidi Foley purchased the business from Rod and Shawn, adding commercial and residential window services to the mix. Today, the showroom brims with samples of Quaker home windows, decorative glass for shower doors, as well as shelving and custom cut tabletops. Glass Today's experienced technicians still honor the founders’ mission, fixing and installing auto glass and backing their work with limited lifetime warranties and, occasionally, blood oaths.