When John A. Horning started his real-estate company out of his home in 1946, it would have been difficult to imagine how successful it would become. Stretching across 12 counties, Shorewest Realtors employs more than 1,400 individuals today, helping to supply the needs of Wisconsin property sellers and buyers. In addition to their regular real-estate responsibilities, Shorewest also offers classes for real-estate agent and broker licenses, readying students to take their state exams or just fit in at real-estate parties.
Lakeside Massage Clinic fields a staff of professional massage therapists. They ply their strokes to mitigate soreness and strain as well as muscle tension, and they do so amid the education-friendly confines of Herzing University.
Midwest Carry Academy's instructors teach at several ranges in the local area.
Available rentals including .22 caliber pistols and 9 millimeter pistols.
Midwest Carry Academy's shooting experts aim to imbue students with the skills needed to responsibly bear arms. The instructors' backgrounds range from the NRA to law enforcement to military, and they draw on these experiences to teach handgun and home defense courses. In these classes, teachers help both entry-level and advanced shooters hone their skills and master efficiency. Additionally, the instructors themselves continuously take new courses to further develop their skills as both teachers and gun handlers.
Aiming to instill an appreciation of learning from an early age, Mad Science of Milwaukee hosts a schedule of programs that introduce kids to the wonders of science. In a typical day at summer camp or an after-school session, savvy instructors guide their students through complex scientific concepts including non-Newtonian fluids and aerodynamics, making the topics accessible through child-friendly media such as silly putty and model rockets. The classes also often include take-home projects that participants can proudly display as proof of their intent to grow up to be an Erlenmeyer flask.
Absolute Pilates?s instructors are far from old-school. Though they each boast extensive training in traditional Pilates?and teach classic mat classes?they focus largely on incorporating modern equipment into the ancient practice. Pilates Reformers, Towers, chairs, and even the barre are used during classes, often in combination with each other to optimize workouts and results. The equipment helps students of all levels maintain their balance and target dormant muscles, transforming standard Pilates into a more effective workout. But teachers still maintain the welcoming, personal environment long attributed to Pilates studios and grandma?s doomsday bunker.
Featured on Morning Blend and in the Journal Sentinel for its merger of nutritious eats and fat-busting workouts, Fit Food Trainer invites students into group classes led by certified personal trainers. Tone both tummies and rumps with Butts and Guts' muscle-firming drills, or turn the spotlight on stomachs with a Cardio Core class. Alternately, hands can hoist dumbbells and weighted balls at Bells and Balls, which took out its third component, Bills, after clients' check-signing hands kept cramping up.