Hello and welcome back to Business Briefcase! This week we are going to look at two Goodyear businesses that are welcoming new customers and services to their facilities.
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Deja Vu Med Spa adds new service
Location: 14411 W. McDowell Road, Suite C102
Deja Vu Med Spa welcomed Coolsculpting Elite to its facility on Aug. 20. Coolsculpting is one of the more than 15 body services the spa offers, in addition to the 20-plus facial services.
Coolsculpting is the only FDA-cleared noninvasive body contouring treatment developed by Harvard scientists using cold technology. It’s the No. 1 nonsurgical fat reduction in the world.
The fat-freezing technology is a scientifically proven way to reduce pockets of fat in trouble spots such as the abdomen, flanks or under the chin.
Coolsculpting Elite has been cleared by the DFA to treat nine body areas, including under the chin, below the jawline, abdomen, flanks, thighs, bra fat, back fat, upper arm and under the buttocks. The treatment applicators have been redesigned to allow a better fit to your natural curves with better results.
The Coolsculpting Elite is designed for dual sculpting, which allows for treatment on both sides of the body at the same time. The treatment has no downtime and reduces the fat layer 20% to 25% with a single treatment.
“It’s a safe and effective way to eliminate unwanted fat,” said Brian Dursteler, co-owner and medical director of Deja Vu Med Spa.
In the last eight years, Deja Vu Med Spa has performed nearly 3,000 treatments. The facility is the only office in the West Valley to offer Coolsculpting Elite.
The Deja Vu Med Spa is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesdays to Saturdays. For more information, visit dejavumedspa.com.
After-school swim lessons offered at Hubbard Swim School
Location: 1785 N. Pebble Creek Parkway, Suite 9B
Hubbard Swim School is offering after-school swim lessons at its facility in Goodyear.
“Back to school is a great time to enroll children in swim lessons during the week or on the weekend,” said Ann Marie Sunderhaus, CEO of Hubbard Family Swim Schools. “Not only is swimming excellent exercise for children to enjoy after school and a wonderful way for them to burn off energy, we don’t want children to lose the important swim skills and swim strokes they learned over the summer.”
The temperature of the heated indoor pools is 90 degrees year-round.
Founded in 1998 by Bob and Kathy Hubbard, Hubbard Family Swim School offers lessons to children 2 months to 12 years of age. Hubbard’s basic philosophy is this: Children everywhere must learn how to swim; learning to swim should not be a choice.
Children who learn how to swim actually demonstrate more advanced cognitive and physical abilities than other children, according to world-leading research led by Griffith University in Australia. Their 2013 findings of a four-year study indicate that swimming children have many advantages when starting school. Swimming children scored significantly better than the normal population on measures that are important for their transition to school, their cognitive development, language development and their physical development.
The study showed that children’s fine motor skills and overall coordination were more developed because of taking swim lessons, and it showed that children who start lessons early were more socially and emotionally ready to start school.
“We have spent over 20 years here in Arizona watching thousands of children under the age of 4 become calm and confident swimmers,” Sunderhaus added. “It’s such a joy for us to help introduce children to the wonderful sport of swimming, which can easily become a lifelong sport.” Many students who grew up taking swim lessons at Hubbard also went on to have competitive swim careers in high school and college.
Hubbard is open daily except for Fridays. For more information and to register for swim lessons, call 602-971-4044 or visit hubbardswim.com.