Sick and tired of the same workout? Not getting the results you desire? Then our ALL IN MMA BOOTCAMP is for YOU! Come and join us at ALL IN MMA and get the fun of all the latest bootcamp workouts with the proper biomechanics to make it effective as well as safe.
Using a wide range of fitness strategies, Thomas Tadlock knows how to achieve desired results. During his Express Results boot camp, participants burn calories while bouncing from spring-loaded floors, vaults, and trampolines. They also tame balance beams and utilize other gymnastics equipment over the course of the one-hour, high-energy sessions. To assist those that can’t attend his classes, he offers Skype training programs and DVD courses, as well as an MP3 coaching system.
Established in 1990, The Institute of Art, Music and Science is committed to excellence in educating today's youth. Active top class instructors work together with 150 students (from LA and OC) on various programs in Art, Music, Science and engage students in further developing their intellectual and artistic talents.
The Casino College of Los Angeles is a fully accredited casino school that teaches card sharks the ways of the one-eyed jack with introductory classes for beginner or experienced players and full certification courses for aspiring casino dealers. In the four-hour strategy course, students can choose to learn the ins and outs of poker, blackjack, or craps and roulette. Perfect your bluffs and avoid paper cuts in a fun environment with authentic equipment and materials similar to those found in actual casinos in Reno, Atlantic City, and Las Vegas.
6 music practice rooms, incl. Showcase Room. All rooms have p.a., drums and amps available. Recording studio on site.
Clean air conditioned rooms, computerized booking system, knowledgeable/friendly staff. Our main focus has always been customer service. We take the hassle out of your rehearsal experience!
The bride stood under the photographer’s lights, resplendent in her wedding gown, as her family looked on from a distance. As she and her photographer, M. Chen, prepared for the shoot, she was handed a package—a prewedding gift from her soon-to-be husband. When she lifted the lid, she immediately burst into tears. Inside laid a photo of a great dane puppy—the dog she’d always wanted, which her husband planned to give her on their wedding day. As she ran to hug her mother, Mr. Chen ran after, shooting image after image, capturing the exact moment she fell into her mother’s arms. These quick reflexes have been honed through his nearly 30 years as a sports photographer and professional fly swatter, and he draws on photojournalistic techniques to compose a traditional portrait or snap once-in-a-lifetime, candid moments.
Regardless of specific approaches, he consistently draws from the landscape style of Ansel Adams and the dramatic lighting techniques of Monte Zucker. His work as a photojournalist and private portrait photographer has earned him more than 300 publications in the glossy pages of New York Daily News, Popular Photography, ESPN Magazine, and Professional Photographers of America magazine. When not snapping on-location engagement shoots, family portraits, or boudoir sessions, he passes on his technique through traveling photography seminars, hands-on workshops, and by gently tapping the heads of his students. Though formerly designed only for professional-level photographers, these classes instill confidence and camera basics in beginners. As he frequently finds new class examples and takes feedback from his students, Mr. Chen frequently fine-tunes the curriculum after each seminar.