Seven days a week, the therapists at May's Foot Reflexology massage specific points on clients' feet, stimulating their nervous systems to boost overall health. The treatment can help the body recover from strain and stress, improve sleep quality, and even prevent issues such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and a resurfacing childhood fear of "This Little Piggy." For female clients, the therapists include a free upgrade to massage lotion infused with shea butter, jojoba oil, and other skin-softening ingredients.
Once your one-hour appointment at Apple Dental Center is confirmed, feel free to smash the flashbulb on your camera and feed your snake's heat lamp to your snake, as your warm, glowing smile will soon provide more than enough luminescence. Each teeth-whitening treatment is designed to lighten the shades of your smile without affecting the overall strength of your teeth. Before getting down to sparkling business, a periodontal detective will evaluate your chompers to determine the most effective in-office whitening method; Apple Dental Center offers high-end options such as Britesmile and Zoom! in addition to laser whitening.
Doctors of Chiropractic Athanasia and Christopher Angelopoulos recognized a need for chiropractic care in their community, and so they mastered various techniques in order to meet that need. As the leaders of Desert Cities Chiropractic, they practice diversified chiropractic technique, physical therapy, and massage therapy.
Nobody in Santa Monica has a snow-covered slope in their backyard to practice slalom runs. Some think they can just march up a mountain and dominate a black diamond on courage and instinct alone. Instead, they wind up face first in snow, wishing they’d practiced.
In order to prepare skiers and snowboarders for the real deal, and to spare them from slushy, frostbitten shame, two-time world ski champion Bob Salemo devised his innovative Virtual Snow training system. In a controlled indoor environment far away from menacing ski lifts and snowballs tossed by mountain goats, winter-sports enthusiasts perfect their maneuvers in fun training drills led by skilled instructors and the clever teachings of Salemo himself. The faux ski-course simulator, which resembles a large conveyor belt, mimics the smooth surface and wily turns of a downhill slope as its snowy surface rolls beneath the feet of students on skis or snowboards. Future Picabo Streets or Shawn Whites not only expand their abilities to new levels, but they can also practice tricks without bailing out and shake off any bad habits they learned from sleet gangs.
When golf architect Cary Bickler designed Shandin Hills Golf Club in 1985, he wasn't about to make it easy for golfers to just waltz onto his greens. Instead, he surrounded almost every green with moats of sand to guard the precious bent and poa annua grass. When not building wooden planks to lay across the bunkers, players at Shandin Hills face several obstacles along the 18-hole course, including a large pond on 15 that splits the tee box and the bermuda-grass fairway.
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