More than 3,200 foam blocks support the foundation at NJ Dance Scene, creating sprung-floor dance studios in which students can let their toes twinkle in a variety of styles. Passionate instructors lead professional-grade classes for boys and girls as young as 3 in styles that range from ballet and hip-hop to jazz, modern, lyrical, and tap.
H. W. Bressaw has been teaching karate, specifically as a prominent instructor of Kimura Shukokai, since 1966. That's nearly half a century of correcting stances, building self-confidence, and demonstrating effective self-defense techniques. His unique style stresses technical aspects of physical techniques, which helps make it possible for a person of any size, age, or gender to defend themselves. Today, he leads a highly experienced team of instructors trained to carry forth the mission he started so long ago. H. W. Bressaw and his team specialize in a timeless art known as kata, which builds karate skills while quieting the mind. They also teach a sparring technique known as kumite to their most adventurous students, who learn respect and attention to detail through the ancient art.
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes
Brands Used: Adidas, Nike and other martial arts brands from Korea.
Pro Tip: You can build an amazing life if you build it on a solid foundation.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Classes are offered six days per week.
Recommended Age Group: All Ages
Pushing off from from Waterfront Park, paddlers in kayaks and on standup boards from Freeport Kayak Rentals can go exploring in the surrounding bays. Traverse the waterways to Wampum Island, where you can stop to search for shells or practice etching S.O.S. into the sand. Duos can share rowing duties in tandem kayaks, scoping the waterscape for local wildlife such as egrets, gulls, and other shorebirds. Each rental includes lifejackets and paddles, as well as a brief orientation and safety tips for your journey.