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20 Dec. 19, 2009 - Jan. 8, 2010
Chandler Chamber hosts Free yoga on New Year’s Day
evening of politics
Get a healthy start to 2010 and help Chandler’s Joyful Yoga Studio celebrate its
fi rst year in business at a free hour-long, all-levels yoga class at noon on New Year’s
Mingle with elected offi cials from Chandler, Maricopa County, the Arizona State
Legislature, the Arizona Corporation Commission and the U.S. Congress at “An
The class, taught by 14-year health and wellness industry veteran Julia Pearl, is
Evening with our Elected Offi cials” from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wed. Jan. 6, 2010 at Siracha
open to new and experienced students of all ages.
Restaurant, 91 W. Boston St. in downtown Chandler.
“My vision with this studio was to create an environment where everyone is
The evening, hosted by the Chandler Chamber of Commerce, includes guest
welcome and fi tness isn’t intimidating,” explains owner Syd Hoffman, who opened
speakers Sen. Jay Tibshraeny, Rep. John McComish and Grant Woods. “How We
her studio on Jan. 1. “Our class schedule has so much to offer, with family classes,
Stand,” the Chandler Chamber’s annual publication outlining its political agenda
intense cardio and strength training to complement a yoga practice, all at an
for the year, is unveiled.
affordable price. We’re fi nding this is helping to keep us successful.”
The cocktail reception feature hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar, and costs
Joyful Yoga Studio is located at 3900 W. Ray Rd. on the northeast corner of
$15 for Chamber members and $20 for nonmembers. Register online at
McClintock and Ray roads. The studio offers a full yoga curriculum, Zumba and or by calling 480-963-4571.
Pilates classes, Pilates Reformer lessons and more. For information and a complete
class schedule, visit or call 480-726-6399.
Beauty school adds facial options
Gilbert course offers small
business insights
New skin services, including hot stone European facials and Physician’s Choice
Association Oxi-Trio Facial Peels, are available at Chandler’s Studio Academy of
Front Runner, Gilbert’s workshop series for business owners and entrepreneurs,
is accepting students for its new series of classes, to begin in February. The
Hot stone treatments provide “peace and relaxation” as smooth, heated basalt
program, offered by the Town of Gilbert and the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce,
stones “are strategically arranged on pressure points on the face and back,”
focuses on expanding businesses through the optimization of business tools,
relieving strained facial, neck and back muscles and “creating a sense of balance
market research and analysis. The course utilizes fi nancial tools, one-on-one
throughout the body.”
coaching and guest speakers.
The Oxy-Trio Facial, an antioxidant therapy, helps rejuvenate skin that’s
“The foundation of the course and the information provided is a good starting
suffering from toxins, pollutants, allergens, improper diet, solar damage, smoking
point to look at the overall health and management of your business,” says Front
and aging, and leaves the skin “radiating with a healthy look that lasts seven to 10
Runner graduate Gerald Sajor, vice president of GS Capital Lending. “You can’t
days.” Both facials cost $25 and include a full skin consultation. All services are
help but walk away with refreshed entrepreneurial skills.”
provided by students and supervised by licensed educators.
The next series begins Feb. 2 and continues from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. every Tuesday
The Studio Academy of Beauty trains students in cosmetology and esthetics.
through April 6. The classes are limited to 20, and registrants must have at least
The school, located at 610 N. Alma School Rd., produces two fashion shows each
two years of experience in an existing Gilbert small business or entrepreneurial
year and takes part in a variety of community events.
For more information, to book a service or to purchase holiday gift certifi cates,
A fee of $150 per student covers the cost of materials. To register, visit
call 480-857-1138., or call Jon Zupon at 480-503-6762.
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