With classic replica airsoft guns aimed, teams navigate a 25,000-square-foot indoor battlefield. Within the battlefield's three playing areas, gun-toters conceal themselves behind stacks of tires, stationary vehicles, and small wooden buildings. As combatants slink behind crates and boxes in the shadows, opposing players ferret them out using the light affixed to their weapons and a streaming fire of plastic BBs zipping at speeds up to 375 feet per second. Game play in the radioactive room commences under the glow of black lights that turn the graffiti-laden grounds phosphorescent and opponents' teeth bluer than their songs about battles lost. Adjacent to the battleground, airsoft enthusiasts mingle in the lounge space equipped with a retail shop, party area, and arcade for parties and group events.
Because it has its own hatchery, Bob White Springs makes sure there's always fish out there to be caught. And Bob White Springs also offers fly-fishing lessons so that there are always fishers out there to do the catching. Participants can angle for the multiple species in Bob White Springs’s waters, such as cutthroat, Atlantic salmon, and steelhead. New fishers and experienced anglers alike can schedule at the springs to try to snag a catch.
A lot of fun can be had in a pool, whether you’re at a birthday party, competing in a swim meet, or practicing the underwater waltz. So Yoga of Dickson takes that premise and applies it to yoga, by offering aqua yoga as part of their roster of eight classes, which also includes Vinyasa flow and teen yoga. Whether wearing a swimsuit and using water as a resistance tool, or stepping onto a mat to execute traditional poses, students of all skill levels are welcome at their private and group classes. In addition to the single-topic classes, the studio's instructors teach beginning, intermediate, advanced, and mixed-level courses in the tranquil, 2,000-square-foot space.
Sportations connects amateur adrenaline jockeys to certified professional adventurers, drawing from a nationwide network of aeronauts and speed demons to introduce habitual pedestrians to the wonders of skydiving, ballooning, hang gliding, and stock-car racing. Thrill seekers can zipline across a forest canopy, hollering like Tarzan or taunting nearby birds until they agree to race. Helicopter tours ferry patrons skyward over landmarks and cityscapes, whereas paragliding adventures get up close and personal with blue skies and clouds. For most sports, Sportations accommodates groups of any size, from physics classes empirically proving gravity's existence to solo ballooning supervillains declaring dominion over all they see.
Eponymous owner Winnie Williams uses Winnie?s Custom Fashion Design as a stage from which she illuminates the mesmerizing world of fashion. Winnie lovingly curates a rotating selection of handmade clothing alongside a collection of exhibits, publications, and programs that educate her patrons about fashion. The shop?s staff alters clothing for clients and instructs the design curious in introductory and advanced clothing- and accessory-making classes. During classes, attendees learn basics, such as how to thread a needle, operate a sewing machine, and how to perform sutures on accident-prone dolls. They might also complete advanced projects, such as constructing a handbag from scratch. During its periodic fashion shows, Winnie?s Custom Fashion Design shows off the modest, classy designs that characterize the company.
Jumping from a plane may be the easiest way to achieve the ultimate adrenaline rush, other than giant-tortoise racing. The folks at Skydiving Nashville are there to help heft you out of the open door and usher you back down to the ground?in between, there's up to 60 seconds of free fall and speeds that can reach 120 mph. First-timers ascend to approximately 10,000 feet before jumping out of the plane, speedily descending toward the earth below while strapped into specially designed harnesses with their instructor. The chute is pulled at around 5,000 feet, at which point pairs glide down to their marked landing spot.