At Star Martial Arts, the classroom is viewed as a place where students can learn life skills such as discipline and confidence in addition to martial arts skills. At least that's the case for their youth karate classes, after-school programs, and summer camps.
At Global Mixed Martial Arts Academy, a team of skilled instructors teach karate and Brazilian jiu-jitsu techniques to groups of youngsters and adults. Classes include fundamental, general, and advanced jiu-jitsu, as well as yoga and kickboxing.
Tool Shed Training demands the most of its clients' bodies and minds, helping them reach their peak physical and mental fitness with yoga and sport-specific conditioning classes. Through a diversity of classes, exercisers use speed and strength-based workouts to build both muscles and endurance. Yoga and tai chi exercises integrate the physical with mental training to bring balance to the body and mind. The facility also offers personal training, nutritional guidance and yoga philosophy workshops that join forces to rejuvenate its visitors' overall health.
Founded by Chief Master William Clark, Karate America is a popular martial-arts school that believes martial arts can make people happier and healthier. With locations around Florida, Karate America is staffed by highly trained instructors teaching children and adults the self-defense moves of tae kwon do, krav maga, and kickboxing. While training in a team-like atmosphere in each of these classes, members learn self-discipline and respect, gain lean muscle, and burn calories.
A trained Zumba instructor since 2009, Abby Estilong skillfully ushers pupils through the fitness technique's energetic choreography, set to a spirited soundtrack of fast-paced rhythms and latin-music beats. During each class, she engineers a series of lively dance movements that help oust lollygagging calories and yield svelte, toned physiques. Aside from standard Zumba, Abby also forges lean bods during Aqua Zumba and Hot Hula classes inspired by the traditional dances and ThighMaster machines of Pacific Island cultures.
Through hands-on learning, Pathways Arts aims to help students build well-rounded skill sets in the arts. The team of instructors are professionals in the areas they teach, meaning they're adept at teaching students the basics and then helping them plunge right into experimenting with different types of movement or media. Classes for teens and adults and kids, for example, cover topics as diverse as painting, photography, art history, drama, yoga, and capoeira.