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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-06

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NAIL SALON

L'Aryola Salon and European Spa
Farmington Hills
248-626-9900

"It's a fun place to go, almost like a
social hour. The staff are profession-
al and very accommodating, I always
leave feeling pampered."
Margo Apple, Birmingham

L'Aryola Salon on Northwestern Highway near
Orchard Lake Road has been pampering its cus-
tomers for 18 years with a variety of spa
services. According to owner Olga Kotikovsky,
the staff of professional manicurists focuses on
a healthy, natural approach to nail care. The full-
service spa also provides massage therapy as
well as the latest skin care procedures, such as
permanent make-up.
Claim To Fame: Individualized nail care pro-
grams to fit each customer's needs in a friendly,
informal setting
Other Choices: Fringe

DAILY SCIENCE SHOWS
with ortmant Cleiriffistrauthas MU devices,
FOUR LIVELY LABORATORIES
with hands - on exhibits
SBC CHILDREN'S GALLERY
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iiands Gift, discover science
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MICHIGAN'S ONLY I

Center for Yoga
West Bloomfield, Southfield,
Birmingham, Rochester Hills
(248) 865-YOGA, (248) 386-YOGA, (248)
258-YOGA, (248) 844-YOGA

The Center for Yoga, founded by Jonny Kest, has
four studios that offer a wide variety of yoga
classes, for beginners to experienced practition-
ers, ranging from basic classes to the more vig-
orous Vinyasa and Ashtanga forms. Weight loss
and prenatal yoga is also taught. Emphasis is on
deep, complete breathing that helps calm the
central nervous system and promote better over-
all mental and physical health.
Claim To Fame: Founder Jonny Kest developed
Healthy Backs YogaTM, a unique class that focus-
es on the health of the spine and the healing
power of the breath.
Other Choices: Yoga Chi

ANN ARBOR FAVORITES

ASIAN

Middle Kingdom
Ann Arbor
(734) 668-6638

"There are many really good dishes,
including those that appeal to vege-
tarians, which explains why Middle
Kingdom continues to be the most
popular Chinese restaurant in Ann
Arbor"
Margo Lazar, Ann Arbor

Fresh, quality vegetables and seafood are
emphasized at Middle Kingdom, a popular spot
for Chinese food in Ann Arbor since 1983. This
traditional Chinese restaurant on Main Street,
with all the classical decorations, specializes in
Cantonese and Mandarin cuisine. Owner John

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DOME THEATRE

TRAVELING EXHIBITS

YOGA

"They have dedicated, talented
teachers who really believe in the
community of yoga. I thank Jonny
Kest for bringing yoga to a new level
in metro Detroit."
Margo Rosenthal,
West Bloomfield

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Discover our fun Science Learning Series workshops open
to children, families and anyone with an interest in science
and technology. Workshop dates and descriptions listed on
www.detroitsciencecenterNorg

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