The PADI-certified trainers and instructors at Scuba Ted's lead aspiring aquanauts through an array of underwater adventures. To get their flippers wet, novice divers (ages 12 and up) may enlist in the Discover Scuba Diving class, allowing them to test out scuba-diving skills without the need to commit to a full-certification course or one handsome wetsuit.
At A Place to Smile, Dr. Soutas doesn’t need to forbid his patients from consuming coffee, tea, and red wine—he knows he can erase the stains with Zoom whitening. The whitening treatments, as well as regular checkups, dental implants, and root canals, are conducted in a private room, rather than the dental aisle of a supermarket. Dental technicians also wield lasers and other new technology to battle gingivitis, tooth decay, and other maladies.
Doctor of Chiropractic Joe Kepo'o, a certified Advanced 2 NAET practitioner, teams up with Dr. Daniel Luster to detect irritants through allergen testing and realign spines in chiropractic adjustments. The doctors consult with first-time visitors, discussing health problems and debating which species of dinosaur would have tasted the best.
When The Yoga Underground's four passionate instructors aren't shopping for shoes, watching the sun rise while hiking up Mount Timp, or partaking in the great American pastime of wearing crazy socks, they're hitting the mat to teach students how to build physical strength and emotional wellness. Although they consider themselves students of the ancient practice of yoga, they aren't afraid to add some modern twists into the Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga traditions, such as incorporating core-bolstering moves from Pilates and, according to instructor Brittany, playing "really awesome music." They offer an octet of lighthearted, yet challenging classes, which includes two fast-paced kick-asana classes, a primary series, and a lunchtime yoga session that accommodates working yogis on the go.
Doctor of Chiropractic Steve Baker has helped pain sufferers and car-accident victims for many years through gentle, yet effective, adjustments. His chiropractic care, combined with acupuncture, physical therapy, and massage therapy, all follow his simple rule: to treat clients until they're better. Along with helping individuals recover from personal injuries or auto accidents, he also relieves chronic pain from migraines, muscle soreness, or commuting to work via a kangaroo.