Indiana Baseball Academy's dedicated staff draws upon years of professional experience and a passion for the game to fine-tune game-winning techniques in each of their students. During individual lessons, baseballers hone specific skills, such as pitching, catching, hitting, or fielding, and build efficient muscle memory while correcting common mistakes such as inefficient throwing movements or using novelty-sized sausages as baseball bats. By taking lessons from one of the academy's qualified coaches, aspiring athletes can join the ranks of accomplished alumni, many of whom now play baseball at the professional or collegiate level.
As a member of the U.S. Golf Association, both of GolfTEC's golf tech centers are staffed by experienced PGA golfing professionals and computers who’ve been programmed in compliance with the Three Laws of Golfing Robotics, particularly the First (a robot must not move the ball from where it lies or, through inaction, allow a ball to be moved). Motion sensors and high-speed cameras monitor your swing and break down your form on a high-definition video display. GolfTEC’s PGA specialists will then point out flaws, emphasize strengths, and coach you on how to permanently improve your game from tee to green. Their sensors will chirp with approval when you finally execute a perfect stroke or crack an especially witty putting pun.
Running strong for 37 years, the Indianapolis Greek Fest collects Hellenic food, music, and tradition under the benevolent bulk of the Holy Trinity Church. Tote along family members or a triad of friends to nosh on Greek cuisine while gazing at the fancy and authentic footwork of costumed dance troupes. Spiced hunks of lamb twirl send savory aromas wafting far and wide, and patrons can yank flavor from the ocean by nibbling on fried calamari. Flaky and feta-cheesy spanakopita rests easily between fingers, and flaming saganaki bounces frantically between daredevil fingers. Sugary bites, from honey-drenched baklava to buttery koulourakia, cloy pleasingly at the palate, and thirsty throats can quaff a Dionysian refreshment and revive parched stomachs with wine and beer. Transmute Grecian enthusiasm into dance by bumping up against the energetic sounds of Greek band Kosta and the Wave, or delve into the rich, storied and ornately painted tradition of Greek Orthodox Christianity with regular church tours of the Trinitarian sanctuary throughout the fest.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Celebrity makeup artist Brittany Rene? has just opened her makeup academy doors to help teach her passion, makeup. Brittany has lived and worked in Nashville, NYC, Miami, LA, Chicago and Indianapolis. Brittany specializes in airbrush, bridal, pageantry, boudoir, editorial, commercials , and special FX.
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
There is a school makeup kit students are welcome to work out of if needed! We recommend you bring any makeup and brush sets you own, or grab some basics; foundation, concealer, setting powder, blush, eye liner, shadow palette, lipstick, baby wipes, and a starter brush set.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
After being front and center on stage for over a decade growing up, Brittany found a new home behind the stage in the makeup rooms at CHS. Brittany chased her passion in makeup and became certified and well traveled over the past five years. She has been able to work with a multitude of wonderful clients.
What do you love most about your job?
The best part of makeup is making people feel beautiful, and that they too can work wonders in makeup.
Energetic music pumps bodies into motion on treadmills, stationary bicycles, and elliptical trainers. Meanwhile, patrons heave dumbbells and heft weighted balls. And in the group fitness studio, classes punch and kick their way through high-intensity kickboxing routines or breathe steadily as they bend into yoga poses. Such scenes play out daily at each of Better Bodies' three locations. In addition to group training, the gyms also offer one-on-one training from personal trainers with years of experience in the fitness industry, including former Cleveland Indians and Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Mike McGuire. The trainers also boast masters degrees in fitness-related disciplines, including physical therapy and flaming bowling-pin juggling.
While it takes millions of years for Mother Nature to form mountains, the scalable walls at Hoosier Heights in Indianapolis change much more frequently. As Indiana's largest rock-climbing facility?and the second largest climbing gym in the midwest?staffers frequently change the layout of their bouldering and top rope routes, which tower 35?45 feet. Luckily,
the team also teaches classes to help climbers navigate those manmade peaks. Some classes take a traditional rock-climbing approach, while others add in fitness disciplines such as yoga, which help students build the balance, focus, and flexibility essential to rock climbing or surviving an out-of-service escalator.