Keen allows hotels to individualize lighted mirror experience by choosing from eight different lighting levels, as well as a night glow mode, which serves as a night light. Keen includes a function that automatically reduces the light level by 50 percent after being on for an hour, offering significant energy savings.
One of the biggest benefits of the new Keen technology is that it is significantly less costly than the popular original version, which means savings for hotel owners over traditional dimming controls and wiring configurations.
Edmonds clinic adds a chiropractor and an acupuncturist
Chiropractor John Chevigny and acupuncturist Dijana Novak are joining Optimal Health Chiropractic and Massage in Edmonds.
Chevigny was introduced to chiropractic care when seeking help for his own sports-related injuries and has worked with a range of athletes from those at the high school level to professional players. He has worked in the athletic department at Cal State Northridge, the medical support team at the CrossFit Games, and for the Seattle Reign.
Novak has a license from the Washington State Department of Health as an East Asian Medicine Practitioner, in addition to board certification from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine to practice acupuncture, herbal medicine and Western medical pathology. Her approach uses techniques including acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion, gua sha, diet analysis and qigong.
The clinic is located at 7315 212th St. SW, No. 203.
Built Green conference planned at Cascadia College in Bothell
The 2016 Built Green Conference is scheduled for Sept. 13 at Cascadia College, 18345 Campus Way NE, Bothell. Built Green is a non-profit designed to set standards of excellence for environmentally-friendly building. Its annual conference provides valuable and cutting-edge information from notable speakers. The schedule includes a number of unique beak-out sessions. For details or to register, click on this website.