Signature service: Pacific Islands cooking
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
Pro Tip: [Classes focus on] how to entertain friends and family with food
Equipment: You will need to bring your yoga mat and water. Mats are not provided.
Students should bring: Yoga mat, water, comfortable clothes.
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Indoors only
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Pro Tip: BrewAsanas is an all-levels yoga class in various breweries. Check website for times and locations.
With the help of Cheyenne Fencing and Modern Pentathlon Center, students can become world-class athletes. As world-championship competitors, its coaches are uniquely positioned to train up-and-coming fencers and pentathletes. Whether pupils hope to compete in fencing alone or study the pentathlon's five elements?fencing, shooting, running, horseback riding, and swimming?the center's offerings provide an excellent introduction. In fencing classes and camps, beginners pick up basic skills, such as coordination and footwork. As they progress, they learn the details of blade work and strategy, preparing them to face down competitors and maleficent trees. Pentathlon students add to those skills with lessons in the other four sports, improving their strength and stamina in preparation for competition.
Beginning in Columbus and now painting the town red in various cities throughout the county, Colors & Bottles scratches the creative itch of the public with its themed art classes that leave no blank canvas unvarnished. The mobile painting service, which The Ellen DeGeneres Show tagged as a "hip, new, and fresh" activity, stages its events at local bars, wineries, restaurants, and art galleries, helping boost neighborhood economies while creating a hard-to-follow trail for begrudging pottery wheels. During three-hour classes, an artist plucked from the local art community leads students through the creation of a themed painting, such as a city skyline or something more abstract. For an extra splash of inspiration, some venues allow students to bring their own drinks, while others have refreshments available to purchase.
YogaDownload.com students practice yoga in unusual places—from atop mountains to the waiting rooms of airports to the frozen-food aisles at grocery stores. Dreamed up by a team of devoted yoga students and teachers, the site—which has been lauded by the New York Times and Body + Soul—enables visitors to stream or download a constantly updated selection of more than 400 professionally recorded audio and visual yoga classes onto a computer or smartphone. The classes are lead by certified instructors, who guide students through disciplines ranging from the more vigorous Vinyasa to the more gentle Hatha yoga. In addition to the selection of video classes and audio podcasts, which can last five minutes—for a quick stretch session—or 90 minutes, the site's printable guides help students hone their practice. For full control over their yoga experience, the easily searchable catalog of classes allows students to filter classes by instructor, skill level, and intensity level.
Guided by a licensed medical director, the team of certified laser technicians at Hellenic Laser Spa helps men and women refine their complexions with an array of skin services. Harnessing noninvasive light waves from diode, yag, and alexandrite lasers, team members prune unwanted body hair, even out pigmentation, alleviate acne, and blast toenail fungus. Radio frequency, infrared light, CO2 fractional, and Botox and Juv?derm injections iron out facial wrinkles that lead to sagging skin, crow's-feet, and being mistaken for a painting of an ancestor. The facility also boasts a team of massage therapists ready to smudge away stress with soothing kneads during Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massages.