One gym can hardly contain Master Solomon Brenner's martial-arts expertise, which is why his school—Action Karate—has expanded to 13 different locations. Brenner believes that the martial arts are a lifelong pursuit, so he takes on students aged 3–93.
His classes for kids blend fitness with self-discipline, whereas his classes for adults focus on toning exercises and self-defense. Not all of his classes involve combat; some dedicate entire hours to pure strength training or cool-pose striking. He and his staff also host birthday parties for kids, which include fun martial-arts instruction, games, and a ceremonial slicing of birthday cake with a samurai sword.
AmeriKick Karate is not just karate—we also specialize in fitness kickboxing, high intensity interval bootcamp workouts, and Ashtanga yoga. If karate is more your speed, our youth and adult karate classes are based on Kenpo and are divided by age group to ensure that you or your child receives appropriate instruction.
Inside its roomy workspace, Through the Fire Studios Inc. creates an environment where both students and instructors can pursue their artistic visions. The business teaches the techniques of its craft by way of several different classes, including glass blowing, slumping, and casting. Beginner and advanced glass artists alike may participate in those classes, which typically feature hands-on demonstrations and finalized masterpieces for students to take home.
SafeTec Training Services' emergency medical instructors empower others to save lives. Their classes focus on a number of medical assistance techniques, such as CPR, AED, and basic first aid, which enable students of all backgrounds to provide immediate care until professionals arrive. In all ages CPR courses, students learn a variety of methods to resuscitate people of any age, which allows them to come to the aid of infants and small children without causing additional harm. Alternately, industrial employees can bolster their workplace safety knowledge in Bio Terrorism Awareness workshops that increase understanding of harmful agents and teach heroic poses to strike after leading others out of harm's way.
Reading Innovations Center's successes in tutoring can be attributed to the selfless dedication of its two tutors. Ann Gavazzi and Sandra Rieger have both earned Master's degrees in education, and they draw on their years of work as educators to create innovative tutoring plans for students of all levels and needs. Throughout all of their programs, they collaborate with students' regular teachers to address areas in need of improvement, and they perform regular testing to ensure progress. Whether it's English as a second language or dyslexia, the teachers have honed a methodology to tackle it. Reading Innovations Center provides all the materials for classes as well, including problem sets.
Young Brothers Tae Kwon-Do was founded in 1968 and has a deeply rooted history in the art of Tae Kwon-Do. The two brothers who opened the training facility are both ninth-degree black belts who studied in Korea and have been practicing Tae Kwon-Do for more than 50 years. Check out the different schedules to determine which classes you can attend.