Teaching hips to swivel to new circumferences, dance instructors impart their masterful moves unto students in the respected tradition Arthur Murray schools have upheld since 1912. Students can bring a partner to their lessons or fly solo and dance with the instructor. Protégés may find their new moves applicable in a number of settings, such as when prepping for a wedding dance or when blending into an airport crowd that breaks out in the cha-cha. Embodying the three-count time of a stately waltz brings partners in close, and rumba moves or swing steps add vibrancy and playfulness to a repertoire.
The Orlando studio provides a warm, aesthetically sound environment for engaging in private and group dance lessons. The full class schedule is well suited to teaching feet to slice and dice a rug until it is no longer recognizable.
Florida from a Kayak's experienced staff helps launch paddlers from the Jones Cypress Cove Marina shore on aquatic expeditions through Lake Minnehaha and the seven surrounding bodies of water of the Clermont Chain of lakes. Seasoned staff members stand by to offer counsel on appropriate safety measures and warnings against fraternizing with fishhooks as customers prepare to mount their watery steeds. They also help single or tandem kayak pairs tour the natural wildlife and scenery of the enchanting sequence of lakes and channels.
Florida from a Kayak's eco tours showcase the rugged beauty of the Lake County Blueways, inviting guests to dip oars into the glowing, moonlit waters during the Bioluminescent Night tour, or glide past the snaking roots and low-hanging terraces during the Mangrove Meandering tour. Instructors teach pupils to spiff up their paddling know-how in lessons, or customers can opt to cast off in a rented kayak or pontoon boat for leisurely, unguided meanderings along the teeming wilderness.
Manatee Lanes sports myriad lacquered lanes for competitive bouts of 10-pin in a family-friendly atmosphere. Stroll in during an open-bowling session for three thunderous games (up to a $3.25 value per game), which can be played out by one bowler or spread out among three competitive friends. After renting a pair of sporting shoes (up to a $2.75 value) from the helpful, bowling-savvy staff, lace up the kicks and pick a trusty ball ready to knock down pins and hold tight to any secrets you whisper into its finger holes. The alley's 30 lanes wield Brunswick Synthetic surfaces, Qubica automatic scoring systems, and optional bumpers that allow children to play along with their sphere-tossing parents.
Family Fun Town offers a thrill for all ages. Bang it around in our Batting Cages, line up for an excting ride on our Go-Kart Track, jump and fly to soaring heights on our Bungee Bounce or choose a slower pace with mini golf. However you choose your fun we guarantee you WILL have fun...after all "Fun" is our Middle Name!
Each time Captains DJ McCabe and Byron Hicks lead a sailing lesson, smiles of familiarity cross their faces at the sight of students' widening eyes as the sails catch wind and glide the boat across Lake Monroe. In the silence of the 9,406-acre freshwater lake, sailors can catch glimpses of rare wildlife as the vessel drifts past bathing manatees, soaring herons, and bald eagles snatching each other's toupees. A range of lessons taught by United States Coast Guard captains acquaint aspiring sailors with the trusty rigs, and more advanced students can sign up for certification courses, which follow ASA teaching curriculums to instill safe and steadfast sailing skills. Stationed adjacent to Monroe Harbour Marina, U-Sail of Central Florida keeps a fleet of 14 boats ranging from 13 feet to 30 feet long and lavishes sailors on land with amenities such as abundant parking, wireless Internet, showers, and laundry machines.
Growing up, Bryan Snell was something of a wunderkind. Since his first foray into scuba diving at the age of 6, he hasn't looked back, gaining a master-diver certification while working as an EMT and firefighter. But his heart has always been in scuba diving, and after gaining his PADI instructor certification, he realized his dream by opening Below H2O Scuba Diving Academy.
He and his staff teach both beginner and advanced scuba classes on subjects ranging from open-water certifications to specialized deep or enriched-air diver certifications. Bryan also leads students on sojourns to local diving hotspots and really deep puddles for practice. He even trains master divers, teaching them advanced skills through rescue and emergency-first-response courses.