Hazelwood's Athlete's Edge is a great place to stop in for some fun.
Test the cross fit challenge at this location to finally see the results you've been working towards.
Next time you're looking for a great workout, this location offers a personal trainer to truly work your body out.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
title: A Gathering Place
html_text: Massage is the main focus at A Gathering Place, where professionals both teach beginners how to conduct massages and use their own skills to soothe clients' muscles. Staff members are skilled in a variety of massage modalities ranging from classic aromatherapy and hot-stone massages to the more unique shamanic healing, vibro-acoustic sound therapy, and a melting chocolate hot-stone massage.
Salon Cosmetique at Vatterott Career College trains tomorrow’s aestheticians and stylists, giving beauty students practice perfecting their craft. Hair, nails, makeup, facials, waxing, and eyebrow tinting are all offered in this busy teaching salon, and all treatments are completed by students under the supervision of licensed instructors.
In addition to one-on-one and defense training, Midwest Personal Protection teaches the following firearms classes: NRA FIRST Steps Pistol, NRA Basic Pistol, and Concealed Carry.
Meet the Instructor
Lisa Mash prides herself on being able to work with beginner—even timid—students. She remembers being an early gun user herself, and chocks up most students' intimidation to simple lack of knowledge and experience. To that end, she keeps her students feeling as comfortable as possible, and she hosts many classes, including sessions in Basic Pistol and Concealed Carry.
title: Skylink Aviation
html_text: Since 1968, Skylink Aviation has safely whisked travelers and budding pilots alike into the skies with a fleet of single- and dual-engine aircraft. In modern and vintage-style mechanical birds, experienced pilots take to the clouds with ease and train young flyers to safely ride the winds without using cheat codes. Expert aviators also lead eye-indulging tours of St. Louis, granting airborne glimpses of notable landmarks such as the Arch, Busch Stadium, and the Mississippi River.
At one time, St. Charles Flying Service's airport was a training base for World War II pilots during the early 1940s. Today, several vintage WWII aircraft still call the facility home, as does Boeing, which utilizes the grounds to test its own planes for modern-day military operations. Surrounded by aviation benchmarks both past and present, St. Charles Flying Service passes on the gift of flight to students with flight training for single and multiengine aircraft. From light sport to airline transport pilot, the facility's certified instructors help mold the pilots of tomorrow, who may also take advantage of open-enrollment ground courses.