Helmed by an owner with 20 years of dance experience and a BA in dance education, Dance Arts Center’s instructors motivate bodies into motion with more than a dozen dance styles. They lead adult hobbyists and career-minded 3-year-old dancers alike in styles including classical ballet, tap, jazz, and acrobatics. In kids’ classes, instructors teach sprouts up to 18 years old the fundamentals of dance techniques in a non-competitive environment and challenge more advanced students to join the performance team, which takes to the stage at competitions, community performances, and workshops. Students in both the regular classes and the performance team gather to showcase their moves during the center's annual concert, which is one of the last remaining dance events in the country without a panel of sneering celebrity alien judges.
In addition to ballroom, hip-hop, and flamenco dance classes, staffers lead adults in yoga and Pilates regimens to help whip them into peak performance shape.
When Brandi Godcharles discovered pole dancing in 2010, she quickly put her writing career on hold to pursue her new passion. Since then, she's been teaching pole dance full-time, helping instill students with self-confidence while teaching them sultry new moves at Rock N Body Pole & Exotic Dance Studio. During classes focused on movement and dance, Brandi and her fellow instructors walk pupils through pole basics?spins and floorwork, plus proper body alignment and grips. Once students have mastered those skills, they can move on to tricks classes, which teach dancers how to safely perform everything from static sitting poses to climbing the entire pole without the help of a stepladder. Besides group classes, the studio welcomes students for private lessons, and groups of friends can schedule a pole-dancing party.
Yoga prevents your mind and body from feuding, which may result in stress, general aches, and sour-jaw. Today's Groupon to Namaste Yoga Studio gets you eight yoga classes for $25 (normally $75) to use anytime within 30 days—that's about $3 per class. Supplement your newfound fitness routine with Namaste's weekly free community class every weekend.
The Lutz Executive Golf Center helps sharpen short games with a challenging par 3 course alongside six practice areas comprising two ranges, greens, bunkers, and a chipping area. Before taking the course, golfers can warm up irons on the lower range or stroll up to the larger, upper practice range to unsheathe woods and target the 275-yard mark as caddies vigilantly measure each shot and avoid becoming target practice. Should golfers prefer to take practice after dark, the upper range is outfitted with in-ground lighting that stands in for the sun by illuminating the grass and giving children something to not stare at.
Designed by racing expert Franky Zapata, the FlyBoard combines the waterborne summer fun of a jetski with the long-held human dream of flying by shooting riders up to thirty feet in the air using bursts of water from a personal jet-propusled platform. An on-deck electronic management kit, killswitch, and throttle allow users to control the flow of water from the pilot's feet and arms, giving riders the ability to perform in flips, spins, and aerial tricks as they loup-de-loup above the water's surface, or dive like rocket-propelled dolphins under the waves. After spending 5–20 minutes mastering the balance and control of the FlyBoard, customers will be zooming through the air like a famous man of steel, or zooming to glory like the hero in the totally underrated 1991 action/drama The Rocketeer.
As a conglomerate of paintball facilities, Paintball International offers many distinct destinations for chromatic outdoor combat. Some fields, such as Splat Zone Paintball in Louisiana, challenge players to find adequate cover in an arena littered with creative obstacles. In Massachusetts, PnL Paintball thrusts players into a realistic Ghost Town, comprised of churches, multilevel buildings, and stone walls. Meanwhile, trees, leaves, stacked wood, and foliage inside K.C. Crusaders offer players all-natural hiding places from which they can spring forth to surprise their rivals or remain undetected while they determine the color palette they will use to paint Water Lilies on the surrounding bunkers.