Bouncetown sends kiddies caroming over 7,000 square feet of inflatable play space. With the single all-access pass during public play hours youngsters can negotiate obstacle courses, fly down slides, take out a second mortgage on bounce houses, and caper up climbing walls. The conscientious staff keep a watchful eye out, enforcing the basic rules of Bouncetown to ensure safety and cleaning the springy pleasure dome after each session.
This four- to five-hour trip down the South Fork of the American River will bring you past some of the American's most beauteous sights and splash you with some of its wettest water. Rafters will be fitted with a life jacket and receive some basic river safety instruction before plunging into Class III rapids such as the Meat Grinder, Racehorse Bend, Maya, and more. The rapids have enough gusto to ensure a challenging good time but are not powerful to the point of feeling like you've been in a fist fight with Poseidon.
Since 1972, Spare Time Clubs has evolved into a 10-club, full-service family sports club company that includes programs for both adults and children. Each location varies in size—some boasting multiple complexes—and houses amenities such as lighted tennis courts, pools, kids’ play areas, and fitness centers. At the Diamond Hills and El Dorado Hills locations, members can shine up in the onsite European spas, and the jewel of the Gold River club is a lighted stadium court encircled by a 5,000 square-foot observation deck. In the event of inclement weather or courts being overrun by ball-chasing dogs, players can schedule time at the dedicated indoor-tennis center, where eight fully sectioned-off, championship courts glow under the power of tournament-level lighting. World-class coaches develop kids’ court skills at the junior tennis academy, students of which can practice with an unlimited number of sessions at any of Spare Time’s other clubs.
Our gym is over 10,000 square feet. We are a USA Gymnastics Member Club, as well as a USASF Member Club. Our coaches have trained with the highest level instructors from all over the United States. There is always staff on site that are trained in CPR and First Aid
While teaching jazz dance in the 1960s, Judi Sheppard Missett decided to step away from tradition by offering an experimental class that allowed her students to simply dance without the judgment of mirrors or the constraints of rigid technique. In these sessions, she began infusing popular dance moves with specific fitness workouts to forge a distinctive blend of cardio exercise, strength training, and dance instruction. Little did she know that this “just for fun” class was the prototype for what would become the national fitness sensation known as Jazzercise.
Today, Jazzercise takes its aerobic techniques from a variety of sources that include jazz dance, hip-hop, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, and kickboxing. The class formats, which vary according to different toning goals, are just as diverse as the program's move set. Two-time Dancing with the Stars champion Cheryl Burke is a big fan of the improvisational routines, although her advanced skills aren't needed to get the most out of classes. Instructors cultivate a noncompetitive atmosphere where all exercisers—with the exception of those marked as cursed by jazz-hand palm readers—are welcome regardless of age, build, or fitness background.