Business Briefs July 13, 2015
Midland Fitness welcomes personal trainer
Personal trainer Lyndsay Fangman has joined Midland Fitness. Fangman holds a degree in exercise science from the University of Montana. She was a collegiate cheerleader as well as a varsity high school cheerleader at Glenwood Springs High School, where she is currently an assistant coach of the Glenwood Cheer Squad. Her mom, Kathy, owns Grand Avenue Sweets downtown, so she knows how to balance sweets with sweat. Fangman is a featured trainer in Midland’s most popular fitness program, Drop A Dress Size, and she has availability for one-on-one and small-group training. Call her at Midland Fitness, 970-945-4440.
Korbel brings back new techniques and tools to Paradise Day Spa
Deborah Korbel from Paradise Day Spa recently attended the International Cosmetics, Aesthetics, Spa conference and the International Beauty Show in Las Vegas. She brought back several new techniques and tools to Paradise Day Spa. Korbel has sharpened up her hair cutting with Hakari, learned innovative waxing techniques out of Australia with a new pain-free wax, brought back a new anti-aging detoxification wrap to help reduce cellulite and a new cryotherapy technology to remove age spots and skin tags. She joyfully expresses gratitude to all who voted for Paradise Day Spa as it received the silver for 2015 Local’s Choice Award. Paradise Day Spa is open Monday through Friday and is located at 2520 S. Grand Ave. in Glenwood. For more information call 970-928-9782.
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