One World Martial Arts has a lot of experience behind it. Owner and coach Steven Graves holds the rank of brown belt in judo and purple belt in Brazilian jujitsu, and he's also a state-licensed Juvenile Martial Arts Instructor. Additionally, the studio itself is an official Team Curran jujitsu academy, distinguishing the school as part of a group of elite martial-arts academies affiliated with the MMA program helmed by highly respected champion fighter and coach Jeff "Big Frog" Curran. Classes include jujitsu, muay thai, kickboxing, and yoga, and the school also offers kids' programs.
Developing self-defense skills might be the most-obvious outcome of training at Champions Martial Arts, but it's not the only one. Parents of children enrolled in the school's program say it also boosts kids' confidence levels, social skills, and academic performances. These benefits aren't limited to children, however; teenagers and adults also can achieve fitness goals and improve discipline during their own age-appropriate classes.
Before Bob Burns was a tournament winner, he was operating a one-man golf center just north of Appleton. Bob Burns Golf was founded in 1975, and in those days specialized in repairs, custom-built clubs, and golf instruction. By the 1980s, the company had grown?as had its reputation?and Burns was being invited to host seminars on club design, manufacture, and repair by leaders in the industry. His career on a perpetual upswing, the PGA Master Professional invented his trademark No Bananas driver around the same time. Today, his golf lessons are considered among the top 50 in the world by Golf Range Magazine, and in his downtime he acts as the accessible golf editor for Palaestra, where he focuses on making the game accessible for those with disabilities.
TC Dance Club International's instructors have sharp intuition when it comes to movement. They know just how to align their hips during the tango, and just how to tilt their heads during the waltz. When they watch brand-new dancers, they can pinpoint areas of rigidity and smooth them out with simple adjustments. Whether teaching the cha-cha, foxtrot, or jitterbug, teachers explain and demonstrate each step, helping learners of all abilities dance with proper footwork and without jazz hands.
At Badger Sports Park players armed with laser systems battle it out in a two-story laser tag arena, defending positions from attackers while seizing new ground elsewhere. Alternately, the Badger Inflatable Arena lets children ages 2–10 bounce safely inside sports-themed, air filled slides and forts. At the mini-bowing area players face off against human opponents, while video games pit them against computer-based challengers. Meanwhile during games of skee-ball, players compete against themselves, which could lead to trash talking in front of a hand mirror. Other attractions include eight batting cages and an 18-hole mini golf course with obstacles themed around Wisconsin sports.
At Swimtastic, our goal is to teach young children to swim in a positive, safe and loving environment. We recognize that each child is an individual with different emotional and developmental abilities and we cater each lesson to those needs. In addition to teaching the skill of swimming, we strive to develop each child’s s