Superior Academy trains bodies to react to stressful situations with power and stamina. Its mixed martial arts training includes a variety of techniques, including Bruce Lee's jeet kune do and close-quarter defense, to help kids, teens, adults, women, and military personnel fend off would-be attackers. For those who prefer to move in a less combative art, the school also conducts salsa, ballroom, and swing lessons for solo dancers or partners.
An original Rees Jones design, Jones Creek Golf Club navigates the rolling hills of Augusta to showcase a landscape of dogwoods, azaleas, and frequent elevation changes. Water intersects numerous holes, and pristine white-sand bunkers surround sloped, hard-to-read greens that flummox players more that the Mona Lisa's coy smile. Golfers can warm-up for rounds at the facility's practice greens, driving range, or during lessons at the state-of-the-art golf center. The stately clubhouse features casual dining and elegant facilities to host events. Nearby, members can wind down with a match on the tennis courts or a dip in the facility's large swimming pool.
Certified yoga instructor Annalisa Adamsand her staff of yogis specialize in Baptiste inspired Power Vinyasa Yoga, among others, at Dancing Dogs Power Yoga. Devoid of mysticism and spiritual frills, this form of yoga emphasizes the physical and mental benefits of routine yoga practice.
At SEC CrossFit, the goal is to help exercisers develop a broad base of physical fitness. The coaches achieve this by leading workouts in a a gym filled with rowing machines, barbells, gymnastics rings, and other functional-fitness equipment. The staff fosters a fun but challenging atmosphere that encourages participants to push themselves while also cheering on their classmates. To keep exercisers interested, coaches mix it up with a different workout each day. Whether they draw from Olympic weightlifting, gymnastics, or plyometrics, all the workouts are designed to sculpt physiques and improve quality of life for exercisers of any age.
For the instructors at Seigler's Karate Center, martial arts is about more than drilling strikes and forceful take-downs; it's about building confidence. With that philosophy in mind, the team aims to help people of all ages—from preschooler to retiree—overcome "I quit" attitudes with lessons emphasizing self-discipline and empathy. They exemplify martial arts' fat-burning benefits with cardio-kickboxing classes, focused workouts designed to shrink jean sizes while instilling self-defense techniques in students.