Guests at Segway Outback won't be leisurely rolling down city streets on a segway tour. Instead, they'll put their segway skills to the test on the nine off-road courses inside the facilities. On the balance course, they'll practice staying atop zig-zagging wooden planks, and on the speed track, they'll race fellow competitors to the finish line. They can also transport themselves to the great outdoors without leaving the building thanks to the dirt track, which doubles as a race track without the off-track betting.
The instructors at Elite Krav Maga and Kickboxing teach a blend of advanced fitness techniques and offer practical advice, whether in the realm of combat, exercise, or health. They help pupils tone their bodies by pounding away on heavy bags while intermittently switching to endurance exercises. They also employ strength and endurance during krav maga classes, which focus on a suite of practical self-defense moves used to fend off attackers armed with fists, knives, or guns. Individuals can opt to take group classes or receive one-on-one training within the 3,900 square-foot facility.
Stained Glass Learning Center's sand-melting experts demystify the art of custom glasswork during their beginners' classes, which enlighten glass-manipulating newbies with stained-glass basics, preparing them for the more challenging novice workshop, where they can embark on guided projects of their choosing. Stained Glass Learning Center's schedule of class times varies based on location and Nostradamus's predictions.
Luce Conservatory of Fine Arts founders and head instructors Jeremiah Moore and Gladysue Hovis embody the phrase “two heads are better than one.” Gladysue, a dancer who’s performed with companies since her teens, inspires students to explore creative movement and sharpen their technique. Jeremiah’s talent for the visual arts—including painting, ceramics, sculpting, and woodwork—combines with his art-education experience, helping him guide others in learning artistic pursuits. Together, they form Luce Conservatory, a trove of artistic education where students can find their creative voice without traveling to multiple studios, reducing their chances of wandering into an alternate reality.
President and vice-president John and Cara Eckerman have developed an efficient boot-camp program that effectively cultivates muscle farms with a fruitful yield. Expert instructors lead new recruits through 45-minute classes that fluidly meld stretching, core-toning, and strength-boosting exercises into full-body fat-blasting sessions. Motivated groups help propel fitness-seekers throughout high-intensity interval training that sheds calories and stress faster than a robo-lion’s rise to the top of the food chain. A convenient schedule will leave busy boot campers with enough time to maintain their normal lives, regular routines, and Chia Pet collections, while indoor facilities ensure that visitors will get a workout regardless of rain, snow, or locust swarms.
Ceramics by Tess's sunny studio welcomes adults and children to craft one-of-a-kind creations in a fun, supportive environment. Against a lilac wall in the warmly lit entryway, more than 6,000 ceramics await creative types to emblazon their utilitarian canvases in paint-your-own pottery sessions. A rainbow of acrylic paints and shiny glazes transforms the blank objects into original works of art, from a coffee mug emblazoned with World's Best Third Cousin Twice Removed to a piggybank filled with glazed dollar bills.
The studio also proffers hands-on, all-inclusive classes, which guide groups through the shaping of a single item, such as a bird molded from a lump of clay. Children as young as 3 may participate in some classes, and adults take over the shop Thursday evenings from 7 p.m. onward, sipping BYOB drinks and crafting more complex structures, such as life-size replicas of the Great Wall of China.