Lisa Lee is a mother, a dancer, and a graduate of a child psychology master's program, a trio of credentials that serve her well in leading dance classes for children. At Lisa's Dance and Exercise, toddlers learn the basics of creative movement though exercises, obstacle courses, and freeze dances that once helped kids stay amused during the ice age. Kids then advance into classes that cover the basics of tap dance and ballet, helping form the foundations of a lifelong love of dance and fitness.
Defensive Shooting Instructors' training staff includes Special Forces members, SWAT officials, and intelligence specialists. Drawing from these backgrounds, the highly trained team teaches dozens of public courses that cover everything from pistols to shotguns to hand-to-hand combat. Rather than guiding their students through simple lessons, the instructors run drills that simulate real-world conditions and aim to create safe-yet-intense environments. For firearms training, they travel to local ranges and put shooters through repetitive drills focused on speed, accuracy, and consistency. In addition to civilian instruction, Defensive Shooting Instructors designs courses for law enforcement officers, military members, and deploying journalists. Its staff mans a gun shop.
Florida Firearms Training teams up with four gun ranges spread across the Tampa, Palm Beach, and Fort Lauderdale areas.
Depending on the course taken, the staff can rent handguns, shotguns, or rifles.
Florida Firearms Training's state-, NRA-, and military-certified instructors abide by the philosophy that with ownership of firearms comes great responsibility. With this in mind, they cover safe gun handling and loading in tactical and defensive courses for pistols, shotguns, rifles, and specialty weapons.
In 1989, many golfers found that their drives got straighter, their swings became smoother, and their overall scores dropped significantly. The reason? Jamie Hanson had become a PGA Golf Professional and started teaching golf students. The expert is still at it today, currently working at Forest Oaks Golf Club—an 18-hole par 72 course where the water hazards never contain any sea monsters.