Vegas Valley Gymnastics Center hopes to inspire confidence in children as well as adults, helping them hone their gymnastics prowess and mental focus with a variety of classes. Students of all levels—both recreational gymnasts and aspiring competitors—practice their skills at a fully equipped facility with uneven bars, a sprung floor, balance beams, and other apparatus. Students learn basic gymnastic skills that include skills like beam, floor, bars and vault, pommel horse, parallel bars, high bar, floor, and rings. Boys, girls, and tots classes are available.
Beyond gymnastics, the facility's varied schedule features dance lessons, cheer classes, and tumbling classes, which cover the fundamental techniques used in everything from cheerleading to court-jester internships. The center also offers adult fitness sessions, and for the more adventurous, aerial silks classes where students work on graceful, muscle-toning routines while suspended in the air.
Open 24/7, Body Focus Fitness is filled with all of the equipment and expertise necessary for members to get in shape or maintain their already fit physiques. Guests can take their pick of free weights, Cybex machines, and cardio equipment, or make use of Pilates gear during high-energy group fitness sessions or one-on-one personal training. Zumba! and cardio kickboxing classes burn calories with fast-paced choreography. In Pilates classes, clients can strengthen their cores while enhancing overall mind-body balance.
Dahn Yoga on Windmill Lane offers a holistic approach to health and wellness. The studio features a comforting classroom, where wooden floors and a large mirrored wall help to create a traditional take on Korean décor. Large wooden doors and windows let in loads of natural light, bathing attendees in a warm glow. Both relaxing and tranquil, Dahn Yoga focuses on energy and helping others to enjoy a more balanced, healthy and energetic life. Even the suggested outfits are built for comfort, with most guests sporting simple t-shirts and loose-fitting pants as a way to maximize their poses, work on their flexibility and never feel constrained. Classes taught at the studio include basic yoga, Tai Chi, core strengthening and energy movement.
Lucky Hue LV’s licensed professionals specialize in services that cater to brides, grooms, and attendees of other event gatherings. Their service offerings include stylish cuts, extensions, or color and conditioning treatments. They also offer packages that pair in-salon services with lessons for reproducing results at home. And for truly special ocassions, the crew can make housecalls with mobile salon services.
Lucky Hue LV’s facilities—just a mile and and a brief cab, limo, party bus, or armored battalion ride away from the Las Vegas strip—also include two distinct suites. One such suite emphasizes a romantic getaway with Parisian-style decor, while the other boasts a more modern, sleek aesthetic. Both can sleep up to five, and come fully furnished with queen-sized mattresses, televisions, and full kitchens.
In more than 25 years of devotion to martial arts, Nick D. Blomgren has trained top kickboxers and MMA contenders. At One Kick's Gym, he and his staff bring their experience to children and adults of all experience levels, specializing in classes for kids aged 8–12. Lessons cover techniques and conditioning as well as life skills such as self-confidence and discipline.
Tucked inside the Callaway Golf Center, Upper Deck Sports Lounge & Grill's cooks charbroil Angus burgers served alongside frothy pours amid vermilion walls. Each half-pound patty is hoisted atop a brioche bun and blanketed in with mayonnaise, tomato, lettuce, pickle, and red onion. Warm golden slivers of made-to-order steak fries huddle on plates, and diners can have cheese tucked into buns, with a choice of american, cheddar, provolone, swiss, and gorgonzola moon-scrapings. Shock Top, Bud Light, and Widmer Brothers Brewing Co. pale ale draft brews chase down bun-bookended meals, which guests can nurse as they linger at brightly upholstered, dark-wood chairs or around the modern, curvaceous bar.