CyberGolf Lessons' duo of veteran instructors smoothes out swings and divulges birdie-hunting wisdom at the Markham Golf Dome. The score-shaving syndicate pairs human expertise with modern golf refinements, utilizing video swing analysis that provides golfers with a visual aid to better understand instructors' feedback and determine their sand wedge's good side. After lessons, pupils have access to a Swingview! Pro profile that stores video captures of their unique motions, allowing them to compare them with a database of PGA Tour swings and chart their progress over time. CyberGolf also doles out rental clubs free of charge for use during lessons, saving beginners the hassle of buying new clubs or inventing the self-hitting golf ball.
P.O.W.E.R. Lesson?s founder and CPGA-certified pro Dave Hartmann follows the tenets of the Power Lesson golf-training regimen to help bolster the performance of his students. A veritable Johnny Appleseed of golf, the seasoned ace travels to various sites across the greater Toronto area, spreading golf wisdom and planting divot tools that soon blossom into argyle socks. The 60-minute Power Lesson serves as the basic unit of Dave?s teaching endeavours. He focuses on one element of his pupils? game with video analysis, and sends them home with a video that summarizes the lesson and offers tips that players can use for future reference or play on a nonstop loop whenever their 9-iron needs to be lulled to sleep.
Paintlounge summons the painter in all, offering a comfortable space to unwind, splatter colour on canvases with a friend, and enjoy a fine tea or hot mocha. Whether new to painting or the next Rembrandt impersonator at the county fair, all patrons can pick up a paintbrush or experiment with a squeegee without fear of judgement. All painting sessions include use of painting utensils, aprons, the canvas, as well as an unlimited supply of non-toxic acrylic paint. Patrons explore the depths of their creativity during freestyle sessions, while workshops guide groups toward producing a specific piece.
Jacqueline Gobeil believes that everyone can dance. She decided to prove her theory by teaching dance lessons form her own living room. Over the past 10 years, her one-room outfit has expanded to five studios in three locations and an annual recital showcasing more than 150 dancers of all ages. With each lesson, she teaches her students to exude confidence through their toes as they tickle the floor with an eclectic blend of ballet, hip-hop, and tap steps. Her curriculum aims to increase self-confidence, foster the development of new friendships, and improve fitness in students at any level or age.