Psychic Serenity Tarot Card Readings' clairvoyant helps clients see what tomorrow may hold, guiding people through worries related to love, money, health, or business. By laying out generations-old tarot cards and deciphering their symbols, she uncovers details about the past and potential meetings to come. Her palm-reading techniques can also give clients an understanding of their personal traits: how their head line reveals their aptitude for knowledge and their life line confirms they're not ghosts. Rounding out readings, she can study auras to suss out hidden emotions and balance chakras—the energies bodies take in and expel—thereby nurturing good health.
Dennis PaSamba Dance Company's instructors believe that dance is a universal language, and that all bodies can become fluent in the art of storytelling with a little practice. They educate both first-time and practiced dancers, building on what students already know while emphasizing passion and perseverance in the toe-tapping arts. During group classes, students learn hip-shaking combinations and suave Latin dance styles such as salsa, cha-cha, and bachata. Men?s and women?s styling classes help students to master alluring arm, shoulder, and nostril movements. In addition to group instruction, the studio also offers private lessons to help dancers to vault the learning curve with one-on-one attention and special classes for engaged couples looking to make a lasting impression during their first twirl as husband and wife.
With participating locations nationwide, Auto Care Special lets customers reach out to their local garages for a grab bag of free and discounted maintenance services. Cards may be redeemed for multiple vehicles over the course of one year for services such as oil changes, safety inspections, and engine-light diagnoses. Those who move or create alter-egos over the course of the year can scan the locations page for participating garages in their new cities of residence to receive a complimentary maintenance bundle.
At Seattle Sutton's Healthy Eating's salon, stylists specialize in a variety of beauty services. With a full salon, don't make a full day of appointments going back and forth around Chicago. Just stay here.
Pamper yourself with a personalized cut, color, and style at this salon.
So when you have some time to sneak away for a little R&R, remember to call Seattle Sutton's Healthy Eating.
Play It Again Sports bedecks kids and adults alike with high-end, wallet-friendly athletic armor so that they can kick, swing, and punt with gusto. Scores of gently used merchandise, perfect for replacing equipment that children have grown out of because of rampant milk abuse, arrive daily and boast brand names such as Adidas, Taylor Made, and Easton. At the Frankfort location, pint-size puck handlers can improve their speed and whittle their hockey sticks with Bauer Supreme One 20 youth skates ($49.99). Crystal Lake's elliptical trainers and exercise bikes sculpt calves into steel, and Downers Grove's Wilson Evolution basketballs ($49.99) keep droves of neighborhood kids active. Each Play It Again Sports store encourages customers to bring in their own old or outgrown equipment to sell or trade for referee signal-decoder rings.
In the spirit of the city motto, "Urbs in horto" (City in a Garden), Chicago established its first parks in 1869. The Chicago Park District as it exists today was created in 1934 and holds sway over 8,200 acres of open space, including 31 beaches, 40 nature areas, and upward of 570 parks. But the park district provides access to more than just the green expanses of its outdoor domain; its facilities harbor the waxed hardwood of indoor basketball courts, the chlorinated splashes of swimming pools, and other features that facilitate active lifestyles. Park administrators offer athletic programming year round, as well as seasonal events such as autumn pumpkin patches and summer's Movies in the Park, part of the Chicago Park District’s Night Out in the Parks initiative, which features more than 750 citywide cultural and arts activities. The park district also oversees many local civic landmarks, including the iconic Buckingham Fountain.