Caique Jiu Jitsu Academy's dedicated instructors foster a friendly environment while demanding the most out of their students during brazilian jiu jitsu classes. They teach an ancient form of self-defense that relies on balance, leverage, and, perhaps most importantly, discipline. The standardized curriculum and class structure are the same for youth, adult, and women-only classes. The combination of jiu jitsu, the class structure, and the motivational instructors leads to students garnering self-discipline, confidence, and self-respect. To create a sense of community, the academy also fill the calendar with special events and other classes.
Located in Torrance, our family run public tennis center, hosted by tennis pros Ken & Courtney Hance, offers 8 well-maintained, fully lighted courts, a pro shop, private lessons, group workouts for all ages and skill levels. At South Bay Tennis Center you’ll find something for every member of the family.
Jazz, funk, and hip-hop tunes blend seamlessly with Bollywood beats at South Bay Bollywood Dance Academy, where beginner, intermediate, and master dancers group up to absorb new choreography without being overwhelmed or underwhelmed. The artistic director and founder of the academy describes Bollywood dance as a mixture of everything from ballet to hip-hop that draws on different dances for inspiration. A crew of knowledgeable instructors leads small classes through routines that are consistently updated with new choreography each session. While doling out individual guidance, the team strives to create a fun atmosphere with heart-pumping beats and energetic dance moves that students pick up to prepare for nights on the town, days wooing job interviewers, and a final showcase performance at the end of each session.
With two locations conveniently stationed in Torrance and one in Redondo Beach, Torrance Tae Bo and Redondo Beach Tae Bo send exercisers punching and kicking through the week with classes held Monday–Saturday. During every class, certified Tae Bo instructors lead groups through high-energy, total-body workouts, which feature many movements based in martial arts techniques.
Since 2000, Tim and Tom Ryan, twin brothers and the founders of Atomic Boxing, have put their black belts to use and help patrons harness the health benefits of martial arts without the violent aspects of the sport. Fists and feet pop against personal punching bags as personal instructiors motivate students to burn fat and pump up endurance. To set the mood for muscle building and to bolster adrenaline, speakers fill the gym with driving beats or fighter pilots reading their to-do lists. Near the punching bags, free weights clatter at benches and machines target muscle groups. In addition to group sessions, instructors host one-on-one workouts.