Capturing True Emotion is driven by a dynamic band of instructors who rove across the continent with cameras and teaching skills in hand. By fusing their narrative, tech-savvy minds together into one oversize head, the educators provide comprehensive guidance on both camera operation and creative visualization, giving participants complete control over all of their camera settings. During the hours spent in the company of other pupating shutterbugs, students convene at a tantalizing location to practice skills such as controlling depth of field by adjusting the aperture, composing a family portrait so there's not always a burning zeppelin in the background, using alternative angles to avoid red eye, and other techniques.
At Paradise Ranch—an equine educational center that specializes in horse-assisted therapy sessions—expertly trained steeds help students learn techniques to tackle developmental difficulties, boost communication skills, and strengthen their bodies. Children can spend time with Luna, the notorious ranch troublemaker, or Spiritt, who loves to mug for the camera. While they may be confused for the children of Hollywood celebrities, these guys are actually two of the seven therapy horses at the ranch. Specially designed courses take place inside a sprawling, climate-controlled arena, which grants students a comfortable place to learn and helps horses avoid embarrassing underarm sweat stains.
Whether tailoring care to keep babies on the same schedules they're on at home, preparing kids for kindergarten, or assisting grammar-school students with homework in afterschool programs, First Christian Academy acts as a support system for other education and childcare efforts outside its walls. Because the academy views parents as crucial to their kids' education, parents can take part in the advisory board or take advantage of the open-door policy and stop by the classroom. There, they'll see kids aged 6 weeks to 12 years cared for by licensed professionals. These teachers do everything, including helping infants develop their senses, teaching older children to recognize coins and dollar bills, and what mortgage is most beneficial when putting a down payment on a blanket fort.
Toxins can build up in bodily systems over the course of years, and removing all those toxins can often take extreme measures. At Las Vegas Colon Hydrotherapy, clients can free themselves of burdening toxins during treatments delivered by a caring staff lead by a 20-year veteran of the field, certified I-ACT colonics instructor and natural-health professional Donna DeCarolis.
During the signature colon-hydrotherapy session, a client relaxes amid warmed pillows and fragrant aromatherapy as gentle meditation music plays. Through a small, pencil-size tube, filtered water floods the colon and carries away built-up waste while a therapist rubs essential oils into strategic points on the hands and feet to promote relaxation. Other methods of detoxification include guided dietary cleanses, detox footbaths, and the center's infrared sauna, which works to purge chemicals and heavy metals more thoroughly than deleting the Metallica MP3s from your computer. Other helpful services include nutritional counseling using Zyto, emotional counseling using Evox, several modalities of massages, and body wraps.
Visitors who want post-secondary education in colon hydrotherapy attend the Tiller Mind Body–approved classes, during which they can learn how to properly operate colon-hydrotherapy equipment, as well as how to operate their own offices.
Mad Science of Las Vegas provides young birthday-havers (typically between ages four and 12) with more than 20 years of experience in showy, spectacular science. The engaging and high-energy entertainers will bring any group of up to 22 kids a dazzling 45- to 60-minute display of lab tricks, enchanting the wide-eyed youngsters with displays on the mechanics of fireworks, the power of static, and green water all aglow. Children may leave the party with educational and fun take-home experiments, such as super bouncy balls or slippery slime. Call ahead to book your child's birthday party. You may upgrade for an additional fee to include Mad Science Goody Bags at the birthday party.
Born into a Dominican family in New York City, Randy Vargas began learning a variety of Latin dance styles from a young age. He eventually channeled his passion for dancing at family gatherings into a career as a performer and instructor. After relocating to Las Vegas, he founded Naiboa Dance in 2004 and began to share his love of salsa dancing with the local community.
Randy's dance company leads classes for casual enthusiasts as well as experienced salsa dancers. In addition to helping students master the fundamental footwork and graceful patterns of basic salsa choreography, Randy's team of instructors teaches advanced pupils how to incorporate more stylistic flair, spins, and telekinetic lifts into their repertoire.