Jason P. Langley, a class A PGA member, tailors his lessons to the needs and interests of his students and fosters a relaxed environment in which pupils can push themselves to become better golfers. Langley has worked with more than 500junior golfers and provided more than 1,500 adults with course and range instruction to help them perfect specific elements of their games, such as grip and posture. In addition to honing technique during the lesson, Langley advises students on how to structure their independent practice sessions and reconfigure their workout programs to be more effective than a layman's thumb lifts.
Human flight. It's a term that conjures images of a Greek myth, but at Flying Camp, myth is a reality?and gets a happier ending. For it's here that people of all ages get to soar through the air in paragliders above the Sequatchie Valley. While USHPA-certified pilots steer all of Flying Camp's tandem flights, guests can also enroll in training programs to become pilots themselves. These classes teach all the fundamental skills of paragliding, such as launching, controlling the canopy, identifying which clouds are solid, and, of course, safely touching back down on Earth.
More than a dozen different dance-class options teach students the art of ballet, tap, musical theater, tumbling, tap, jazz, modern and lyrical dance styles. A special boys-only hip-hop class guides students through dance moves, and an adult fusion class combines ballet, jazz, and contemporary. An onsite boutique readies students with dancewear including tights, tap shoes, and papier-m?ch? tutus.
The coaches at Universal Gymnastics Dance and Cheer have encouraged movement in all its forms for the past 20 years. Their classes cover the entire spectrum of grace-centered recreation, from coed children's tumbling to competitive gymnastics to classical and modern dance. Beyond the "rah-rahs" they recite in cheerleading classes and "do-re-mis" they bellow in musical-theater sessions, students also develop better sportsmanship skills and work ethics with encouragement from instructors and classmates. Universal's afterschool program transitions kids seamlessly from academic to recreational pursuits when a staffer member picks them up at school and shuttles them to the gym for a snack, an hour of structured gymnastics or dance, and free play.
Fired Up fuels the flames of creativity with hundreds of unfinished pottery pieces, including plates, platters, bowls, and mugs. Amid its orange and yellow walls, the contemporary studio lets visitors choose whatever pieces they want and equips them with paints, brushes, stencils, and other design tools. After the decorating process, the studio clear-glazes and fires finished pieces, making them safe to use with real food or fake food during imaginary tea parties. Fired Up opens its doors for studio sessions, as well as for birthdays, field trips, and special events.
Imagine Music Academy has combined teaching vocals with an “On-Stage Experience”. The students will be instructed in a stage environment with stage lights, a sound system, and their own microphone. We start each lesson covering the techniques needed to sing, starting from the basics and continuing with each lesson.