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May 2016

Member Deals: Save on Fresh Flowers, Salsa Dancing, Mind/Body Renewal & Social Art Classes

Ready for a step-by-step guide for making romance blossom in The Energy Corridor?

Step one: get personalized help picking out beautiful, fresh flowers with the professional designers at A Cut Above Florals – a full-service, locally owned shop with flower arrangements for daily and special occasion needs at 1396 Eldridge Parkway.

Pam Rapp and her team of floral designers say they strive to provide personalized, professional service rarely found via online flower services or grocery store aisles. “Even though our products and service are a cut above the rest, our prices aren’t,” says Rupp.

With this exclusive Member Deal from The Energy Corridor District, first-time customers receive 10 percent off the regular price of a flower arrangement or plant. Plus, A Cut Above Florals offers free delivery in the Energy Corridor. The deal is exclusively available to Energy Corridor residents and employees who order by phone, email or walk-in.

Step two: go Latin dancing at the new Dance & Jump Fitness Studio, where Saturdays in May feature a Romantic Salsa Night with dinner, a Salsa Social Party and Girls’ Night Out (singles, too) salsa and dinner.

This Member Deal from Dance + Jump Fitness Studio will move you. Save 10 percent off any membership for dance fitness programs from certified instructors in Zumba, jumping, hip hop, flamenco and, of course, salsa.

Rebeca Bangstein, with 12+ years of Zumba and fitness instruction experience, has partnered with Karla Girotto, who studied dance and choreography in college, and brings more than five years of experience teaching Houston kids and adults. The studio is at 1396 Eldridge Parkway Suite B.

Step three: center your mind and body so romance comes naturally with a $99 unlimited yoga-for-a-month Member Deal at Namaste Yoga, 1275 Eldridge Pkwy, Suite 160.

The word Yoga means “to join or yoke together,” bringing the mind, body and soul together for one harmonious experience. Need we say more?

Namaste Yoga teaches the strengthening, healing and restorative powers of the ancient practices of yoga. The studio treats students individually, accounting for skeletal differences and unique needs in an intimate and relaxing setting.

Step four: ignite your inner artist – because nothing may be more romantic than creativity and fun – at the Art Cellar of Houston, known for its popular "Paint & Sip" classes where participants can bring wine, favorite drinks and snacks, then paint an amateur piece of art on canvas in a creative social setting.

Get $5 off a class with this Member Deal from the Art Cellar of Houston, 1460 Eldridge Parkway, #120. The Art Cellar also hosts a variety of events, like girls' or couples' nights out, birthday parties and team-building.

These places are close together, making it easy to step your way right into romance with Member Deals from The District.

Of course, this guide is just the tip of the romantic iceberg (okay, so icebergs aren’t so romantic unless you’re on the deck of a cruise ship in Glacier Bay, with glorious humpback whales gracefully breaching calm waters as cute, little puffins glance on). A functioning car, nice-looking teeth, stylish eyewear, tasty food and even a hotel stay can all improve romance – and you can download deals for all of these and more here.

Own a business, restaurant or service provider in The Energy Corridor District? Step into your own Member Deal by contacting Rachael Weaver, community relations coordinator for The Energy Corridor District, at rweaver@energycorridor.org.

May 2016 Articles

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Keeping Kids Thinking Creatively: Mindful Movement Summer Camp Announced for The Energy Corridor

Member Deals: Save on Fresh Flowers, Salsa Dancing, Mind/Body Renewal & Social Art Classes

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