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Trampolean Fit

The mini-trampoline is making a comeback, and Trampolean Fit is the most fun place to try this fitness craze

These days the mini-trampoline (also known as a rebounder) is making a comeback, and it’s not just for the legwarmers-and-sweatbands set. With many experts now citing resurfaced NASA research from 1980, which claimed that “the magnitude of the biochemical stimuli is greater with jumping on a trampoline than with running,” rebounding classes are on the rise.
Kids swim lessons Atlanta

A sought-after Atlanta swim instructor’s recipe for success

“I’m not typically a kid person,” says Coach Marci. “I don’t have any children of my own, so I’m not super emotional about children. I think that gives me an advantage.” The advantage: teaching kids to swim, which Marci does in weeklong clinics from spring to fall. She isn’t exactly warm and fuzzy in coach mode, but she’s become a sought-after instructor in certain circles among parents who send kids as young as six months.
Atlanta Top Doctors 2023

Why I love my specialty: Atlanta’s top doctors share the patients, challenges, and victories that inspire them

"There are fewer than 20 pediatric ophthalmologists left in the state to serve a large population of children who need our help to see," says Shivani Sethi. "That means I’m busy, but I find it even more rewarding to work with children throughout my day. I’ve never met a pediatric ophthalmologist who isn’t happy doing their job. Every single day we help tiny babies see and experience the world."
Sebi’s Daughters

A tranquil spa and sanctuary at the MET Atlanta honors a famous Honduran herbalist

When you walk through the door at Sebi’s Daughters at the MET Atlanta in Adair Park, you are immediately transported to a tropical forest, complete with mangroves climbing the walls, soothing music in the air, and the sounds of a gentle, burbling waterfall.