Jobertising.Com Job Fair
Over 2,300 Phoenix jobs will be available this Monday, October 26, 2015 at the Phoenix Airport Marriott from 11AM to 2PM. A good portion of the featured companies will be hiring on the spot. Bring plenty of resumes and dress for success. Attendance is free for job seekers. Job seekers are encouraged to arrive early to beat the crowd. RSVP for free online at www.jobertising.com.
Featured Companies Include: Boeing, State Farm, Cyracom, Kroger Manufacturing, DIRTT, Quicken Loans, Grand Canyon University, Scottsdale Police Department, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Deer Valley Unified School District, Go Financial, IRIS, J-Curve Technologies, Progressive, International Cruise and Excursions, Inc., Randstad, First Transit, Pima Community College, Nesco Resource, Hawkeye Precision, Inc., Canyon State Institute, Empire Cat, Carrington College, Total Transit, and many more.
For information, visit www.jobertising.com, or call (520) 668-8646.
Phoenix Airport Marriot
1101 N. 44th Street
With Halloween and Thanksgiving coming up, people will be eating a lot of food from turkey, pies and candy. With all that eatin one can gain up to 5 to ten pounds during the holidays. Well, there is a way to keep that weight off and keep it off with help of Luke Kayyem from SICFIT. Luke Kayyem is a lifestyle coach helping clients push themselves in a safe environment.
At SICFIT, Luke Kayyem provides a popular "Hell Week" style extreme workouts. From smashing pumpkins to getting prep for extreme runs like Tough Mudder or Marathons. They keep you mentally challenge,discipline and fit.
For more information visit: www.SICFITScottsdale.com
SICFIT Scottsdale is off of 83rd place and Raintree just off the 101 in North Scottsdale
14885 N. 83rd Place, Suite 102
Scottsdale, Ariz. 85260
Get Massaged ASAP/ Dr. Lamadrid
Get massaged ASAP! Here's Why You Should Book Your Next Massage:There's no denying a massage is calming but what does the research say:
A small new study excuses us all from the guilt: Massage therapy isn't just a way to relax, it's also a way to alleviate muscle soreness after exercise and improve blood flow, according to the recent research.
-Massage can reduce pain.
A 2011 study found that massage helped people with low back pain to feel and function better, compared to people who didn't get a rubdown. That's good news for the eight in 10 Americans who will experience debilitating back pain at least once in their lives, Time.com reported.
"We found the benefits of massage are about as strong as those reported for other effective treatments: medications, acupuncture, exercise and yoga," Dan Cherkin, Ph.D., lead author of the study, said in a press release.
Massage also seems to lessen pain among people with osteoarthritis.
-It can help you sleep.
The calming treatment can also help you spend more time asleep, according to research from Miami University's Touch Research Institute. "Massage helps people spend more time in deep sleep, the restorative stage in which your body barely moves," the Institute's founder Tiffany Field, Ph.D., told More magazine in 2012.
-Massage may ward off colds.
There's a small body of research that suggests massages boost immune function. A 2010 study, believed to be the largest study on massage's effects on the immune system, found that 45 minutes of Swedish massage resulted in significant changes in white blood cells and lymphocytes, which help protect the body from bugs and germs.
-It could make you more alert.
At least one study has linked massage to better brainpower. In a 1996 study, a group of adults completed a series of math problems faster and with more accuracy after a 15-minute chair massage than a group of adults who were told to just sit in a chair and relax during those 15 minutes.
-Massage may ease cancer treatment.
Among patients receiving care for cancer, studies have noted multiple benefits of massage, including improved relaxation, sleep and immune system function as well as decreased fatigue, pain, anxiety and nausea.
-It may alleviate depression symptoms.
A 2010 review of the existing studies examining massage in people with depression found that all 17 pieces of research noted positive effects. However, the authors recommended additional research into standardizing massage as treatment and the populations who would most benefit from it.
-Massage could help with headaches.
The power of touch seems to help limit headache pain. A 2002 study found that massage therapy reduced the frequency of chronic tension headaches. And in a very small 2012 study, 10 male patients with migraine headaches noted significant pain reduction after neck and upper back massage and manipulation. You may even be able to reap the benefits without seeing a professional.
-The stress reduction is scientific.
Between the dim lights, soothing music and healing touch, it certainly feels like stress melts away during a massage, but research suggests a very literal reduction of cortisol, a major stress hormone. Chronically high levels of cortisol can contribute to serious health issues, like high blood pressure and blood sugar, suppressed immune system function and obesity.
For more information on Dr. Ed Lamadrid and Massage visit: www.edlamadrid.com
Three fall Styles- Sal Meranto
Three hair styles hot for Fall!
1. Mod 3-Long hair with a cinnamon tortoise shell hair color
2. Sebastian Bob with a natural blonde
3. Tony haircut with a French undercut with a rich, vibrant red & brown glossing
For more information: https://www.facebook.com/Sal-Meranto-168561996493106/
10247 N Scottsdale Rd,
Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
Phone: (480) 429-7474
Preston's Steakhouse is expanding their menu for Fall and giving us a taste:
Tuscan Steak, Bacon Brussels Sprouts and Butter Cake!
Preston's Steakhouse Executive Chef Charles Schwerd is giving us a taste of his new Fall Menu including taking the mystery out of cooking Brussels Sprouts
The brussel sprouts are sautéed, then blanched to order with bacon, garlic, salt pepper and parmesan cheese. He also gives us a tast of their delicious Tuscan Steak
They are located at The Citadel on Pinnacle Peak and Pima, just north of the 101 North in North Scottsdale. They are open for dinner Sun-Thur 4-10pm | Fri-Sat 4-11pm
For information on their menu and to make reservations for Preston's Steakhouse at The Citadel: http://www.prestonsscottsdale.com/
8700 East Pinnacle Peak Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Adora Trails Treat Street
It's time to get those costumes on. The fourth annual Adora Trails Treat Street is happening tonight in Gilbert. The fun will happen at 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm at 7496 S. Parkcrest Street.
Kids and parents alike will be able to trick or treat, go on wild rides and dance the night away at the monster mash. Free admission to event with the donation of a canned food item to help benefit St. Mary's food Bank.
For more information visit: http://www.adoratrails.com/community-events/treatstreet
7496 S. Parkcrest Street