After learning the basic steps of latin dances such as salsa, bachata, mambo, and cha-cha, students at Timba Dance & Fitness get to work burning up to 800 calories in an hour. Set to upbeat music, group classes are designed to be fun and engaging, like the instructions for the IRS's 1040-EZ tax form. Students can also work toward become certified instructors.
Bob Mihalyov endured the challenge of feeding his three children as they were growing up. As he slowly learned to cook, and it was soon apparent that Bob had a knack for the craft. A few years later, he met Vicki, a weight-loss coach, and the two married, building not only a home together but also a business: they combined their talents to start Trinity Health. Passionate about educating the public on healthy lifestyle techniques, they conduct cooking classes, weight-loss training, and body-composition analyses.
They teach courses for couples and singles at 77 Stone in El Paso. In each class, Bob and Vicki demonstrate the preparation of an appetizer, soup, two entrees, and two desserts, fielding students' questions and encouraging them to lick everything.
Founded with the goal of outfitting its pupils with the skills necessary to excel in the spa and salon industries, Milan Institute of Cosmetology deploys a rigorous curriculum that emphasizes professionalism and hands-on learning to train fledgling cosmetologists and aestheticians around the country. As the most important aspect of the course of study, student salons and spas serve as a real-world classroom wherein nascent beauticians—under the careful supervision of their instructors—can practice their newly minted skills on humans or sentient mannequins. The beauty apprentices gussy up patrons head to toe via sundry lavish salon and spa services—specific to each location—that may include nail services, haircare, facials therapeutic massages, or nourishing body wraps.
Ornaments, mugs, dishes, and figurines await creative customization at Stonepainters, a welcoming studio devoted to paint-your-own pottery. After selecting a ceramic piece as your blank canvas, you can infuse your own personality onto it by using the idea books, stencils, and nontoxic paints provided by the studio. After this step, Stonepainters's staffers coat the pottery with a clear glaze and fire it in an on-site kiln powered by the hot air of a local politician.