The professionally trained music instructor behind My Music School teaches children aged 6–17 to play guitar, bass, violin, and ukelele during semiprivate weekly classes. The classes are social, giving students the opportunity to make friends as they hone their skills. Students might even gain some unexpected math knowledge, which they can put to use when counting the number of frets on their dad's vintage air guitar. Students of all ages and ability levels can also opt for private lessons.
Alias Movement Center's instructors back up their dance steps with impressive résumés. Natalia Morales has performed at famous events such as the MTV Movie Awards, and she holds a master's degree in education with an emphasis in dance. Alexis A. Weisbrod, meanwhile, got a bachelor's degree in dance from the University of Minnesota and then grapevined on to obtain a PhD in critical dance studies from UC Riverside. At Alias Movement Center, they teach adult students of all experience levels in classes such as ballet and contemporary.
To combat the common excuse of the busy schedule, Cutting Edge Kettlebells doesn't offer classes on a fixed schedule. Instead, they offer open gym hours for guests to drop in at their convenience and make use of the kettlebells. This flexibility is afforded to guests who have already mastered the kettlebell workout's basic movements, ensuring that students can exercise at their own pace while using proper form. In addition to the adult workouts, the expert trainers also lead youth programs to help youngsters integrate fitness into their lives.
Cutting Edge Kettlebells cites the kettlebell's history as a workout tool for Russian special ops, the FBI's hostage rescue team, and the military's elite as evidence to its effectiveness. Exercises using this cannonball-like iron weight work-out several muscle groups at the same time, resulting in an efficient training that produces stronger, leaner bodies.