Get Air's four pit trampolines allow bouncers to jump from competition-grade rectangular trampolines into miniature abysses filled with soft, square blocks of foam. But the expansive indoor facility fosters more activities than just jumping. Angled borders surround a dodge-ball arena made up of four long tumbling tracks, and two Aeroball courts host a combination of volleyball, basketball, and trampolining. AirJam basketball takes place in its own area, while kids shorter than 48 inches can play without fear of falling adults or skies at the Small Air area.
Hotlines Beauty Salon’s stylists and nail technicians lavish digits and head threads with beautifying services ranging from haircuts to mani-pedis to ear piercing. OPI, Star, and CND shellac polishes star in manicures and signature pedicures such as the shellac glitter pedicure, which can turn toes into tiny disco balls for up to one month. Wielding Pureology and Redken products, hairstylists tint lackluster locks with fresh color, impose permed curls on pin-straight strands, and rearrange follicles into stylish coifs to beautify heads for weddings, proms, or jury duties.
The professional photographers at Target Portrait Studios capture paramount moments in premier lighting with high-tech digital cameras and a choice of vivid background images. After clients discuss pose preferences with their portraitist, subjects take the stage for approximately 10 minutes of flashing bulbs, bright smiles, and focused lenses. Clients are welcome to bring props and shadow puppets from home, and after choosing a background, they can further customize each image with one of the studio's props, if desired.
One of Utah's first off-course golf retailers, Uinta Golf has been equipping putt enthusiasts with specialized apparel for more than 40 years. Tops from Nike (starting at $39.98) cloak swinging torsos, and TaylorMade hats (starting at $19.99) let players don their favorite brands or combat distracting perspiration with a moisture-wicking sweatband. As the Nike Women's Dri-Fit visor ($18) eliminates sweat and adjusts to cranium circumferences with a velcro fastener, Nike Tech skorts ($60) sheath lower halves with shorts' length and a skirt's aesthetic.
For Your Kitchen sides the sale of premium quality kitchenware tools and trinkets with cooking classes to help customers accessorize abodes with appetizing edibles. Students of all skill and experience levels are welcome, allowing Michelin-starred chefs and spoonophobes alike to sow the seeds of culinary growth in a host of mouthwatering workshops. Forthcoming sessions include Soups for Spring, covering the creation of such vernal sippers as flavorful chili, potato-corn chowder, split pea, and April rain—based May flowers ($10). Award Winning Easter Brunch Ideas, taught by Desert Magnolia BBQ & Catering’s Brad Trammel, seeks to add pizzazz to holiday gatherings with three different quiches and two different meats ($20), while 29 Minute Meals offers a tasty take on barbecue chicken, potatoes, and vegetables ideal for time-pressed families ($10).