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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : December 17th 2008
30 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, December 18, 2008 MB 2035145K wk25 advertising feature rejuvenate "all hip hop styles taught by industry professionals!" classes: Tues: j.f.h (jazz funk hiphop) open 6.30pm Students must register 6:30pm Wed: break beginners 6.30pm hip hop open 7.30pm Thurs: hip hop youth 6.30pm hip hop beginners 8.00pm 17 Deane St BURWOOD 0403 961 871 www.q2dance.com firstname.lastname@example.org 2040323K price: $15 per class, $100 per 10 class pass Bring this advertisement for $5 off your first class! Looking for students to join performance group! Q2 DANCE General foot care Heel pain/ heel spurs Plantar fasciitis Gait analysis/ biomechanical Paediatric (Children) Ingrown toe nails Knee/hip/back pain Orthotic therapy Nail surgery & more We specialise in: FREE Foot Assessment We would like to offer you a NO OBLIGATION FREE Foot Assessment at Sydney's newest Podiatry Clinic! Call us today for an appointment Ph: 8732 8888 Podiatry Level 7 Rhodes Shopping Centre 1 Rider Blvd, Rhodes (above Cinemas in Body Focus) Rhodes 2027320K rejuvenate body+mind+soul INTEREST FREE PAYMENTS AVAILABLE! OPENING HOURS: MON-FRI 9am - 5.30pm, SAT 9am -1pm / SUN CLOSED Please feel free to stop by, meet our team & pick-up your FREE hygiene pack. SUMMER SPECIAL PACKAGE Consultation, scale & clean & take home whitening kit only $490 Normally valued at over $700 *Only available for a limited time. BREAKFAST POINT PRACTICE Shop 3&4, 10-20 Market St, Village Centre Breakfast Point P: 9743 5744 email@example.com www.dentalclinique.com.au Preventive and Family Dentistry Cosmetic Dentistry Sport Dentistry and Mouthguards Snoring and Sleep Apnoea Emergency Dentistry Implant therapy and we all get bopping. But at the end of it all, you might end up feeling a little lumpy and less than well. While this is nothing a little sensible living won't cure, you can maintain your energy and enjoy the revelry a little longer by following a few simple steps: Water all the way. Drinking alcohol leaves you dehydrated and feeling seedy, so drink plenty of water when you're socialising and before you go to bed after drink ne ever glass dthe nand p des dry ver. r you isag round uits and vegetables kiwi fruit and citrus, it ng good. Vitamin B is good act of alcohol on the liver and nation. Foods rich in antioxidants. These are found in brightly coloured fruits and vegetables like peppers, sweet potatoes, apricots and carrots. They help slow cellular damage and the effects of everyday bodily wear and tear. Sleep, the great cure-all. When you've been burning the candle at both ends and are feeling a little washed out, sleep is the perfect solution. Crawl into the pyjamas and tuck yourself in. Before you know it, you'll be ready for another busy bout of socialising. Try a spa treatment. T Nothing has you feeling good faster than a massage and facial. And you'll be looking good enough to head on back to the party. Herbals teas. If you've been overdoing the alcohol, try dandelion tea or a milk-thistle herbal supplement. And stay away from too much caffeine -- it may give you a boost and keep you parting on for a little longer, but too much and you may start to suffer from fatigue, depression and headaches, all symptoms you were trying to alleviate in the first place. Eat small, simple and healthy meals with an emphasis on fresh fruit, vegetables and unprocessed carbohydrates and lean meat, chicken or fish. With the right fuel on board, the festive season can go for as long as you want. With the right fuel on board, the festive season can go for as long as you want. W perfection Post-party
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