BIZ BUZZ – Dec. 03, 2015

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Susan Carter

Susan Carter Yoga

Susan Carter, a local Yoga teacher for 15 years, recently completed a four-year course of study and passed the Iyengar Yoga National Association United States (IYANUS) assessment for certification. Iyengar Yoga instructors are held to unusually rigorous standards of knowledge and training. In Iyengar yoga, poses are held to allow the full benefit of each pose-this is not flow yoga.

Susan teaches yoga for the Town of Fort Myers Beach at “Seven Seas” in Newton Park and at DiamondHead Beach Resort & Spa. She also teaches yoga at the Health and Harmony Center on McGregor Blvd. where she got her start practicing and then teaching yoga. While Susan teaches several set classes each week, she is also available for private classes. Her website, wechooseyoga.com, lists all her class information. She can be reached via email at wechooseyog@yahoo.com or by phone 239-209-1698.

Majestic Massage

Allen LincolnAllen Lincoln has announced the opening of a new massage studio on Fort Myers Beach, Majestic Massage (by the Sea) is now open on Noddy Tern Drive. The small studio with a holistic body-mind-spirit focus is owned and operated by internationally certified therapist Allen Lincoln (FL license: MA 78284) and has a unique island story. An ordained Anglican (Episcopal) priest, Lincoln is part of a new growth in the massage industry, where Western values and eastern practices find common ground.

The studio will be open primarily during evening hours so people can enjoy their day at the beach. It features couples massage with the assistance of local certified female massage therapists and is located on a quiet side street with a separate entrance, just 200 feet from the beach. The studio operates by appointment only at this time. To contact Lincoln, call 239-223-4010.

Tall Ship Lynx

The Tall Ship LynxThe Tall Ship Lynx, a 2/3 replica of an 1812 square topsail schooner, has returned to the shores of Fort Myers Beach and has taken her place at the docks of Nervous Nellie’s. The original Privateer Lynx was among the first ships to defend American freedom in 1812 by evading the British naval fleet then blockading American ports and serving in important privateering efforts. The newest Lynx is a living history museum on the water offering a fascinating look at life aboard an 1812 ship as well as a bit of history on the War of 1812 and the writing of the “Star Spangled Banner.”

The Lynx will be in Fort Myers Beach through the end of April with occasional visits to other ports. Dockside tours will be offered from 11am-1pm and 2-hour sailing trips from 2-4pm on Thursday-Sunday in early December, expanding to more days as the month progresses. Sailing tickets are $45 for age 16 and up; $30 for ages 5-15. For sailing dates, tickets, Lynx history and charter information visit tallshiplynx.com or call 978-479-2197.