At Five Star Dance Studios, certified instructors take the lead and teach students swing, cha-cha, salsa, waltz, and more. They can even teach the hustle, and will provide personalized instruction for wedding dances. Classes for all skill levels are available, in both private and group lessons.
Located in Geist, Massey Martial Arts Academy is a karate, tai chi, and judo/jiujitsu school for students of all ages. Taught by seventh-degree black belt and national champion Marvin Massey and fourth-degree black belt Zach Yde, classes at this private academy range from beginning karate to kickboxing and self-defense sessions. Clients gain strength and flexibility in martial arts classes while simultaneously learning respect and discipline, and can compete for belts or simply come for a workout off the beaten treadmill path.
Aesthetically speaking, tae kwon do is a beautiful martial art. There are high, looping kicks, fast punches, and graceful evasions. But for the instructors at Indiana Martial Arts Center, it's not about technical skill alone. Although they teach their students how to execute pinpoint strikes and joint locks, they're equally concerned with building intangible qualities in their students, such as self-control, cooperation, confidence, and leadership skills.
Family owned and operated since 1977, the expert instructors at Adamson's Karate Studios help students from preschool to adulthood build discipline, confidence, and athleticism using the art of karate. At eight locations, instructors guide students through a series of kicks and punches as they improve their fitness, confidence, discipline, and ability to chop stacks of boring homework in half.
As a teaching professional since 1994, Tim Lewis of Aahh! Golf Lessons! teaches the traditional swing while expounding on the unique but consistent playing style of Canadian Hall of Famer “Pipeline” Moe Norman, whose unorthodox swing and quirky personality are the stuff of legend. A guiding principle of the swing is keeping the club on a single plane, which minimizes the possibility that the club head ventures off course to produce erratic ball flights. Tim combines these swing mechanics with the Vardon grip, also known as the overlapping grip or the grip that finally captured Godzilla.
White River Zip Line believes that the best view is a bird's-eye view. So its team of adventurers send people sailing over woods and farmland on ziplines that crisscross over Sugar Fork Creek. The arena contains a total of seven zip lines and three sky bridges to help people traverse the whole canopy on a course that reaches 75 feet high and stretches more than a mile. Three of the park's ziplines will be dual racing lines so friends can go head-to-head and finally settle who screams the loudest.