Classes in Penticton


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  • Lakeside Fitness
    Lakeside Fitness traces its lineage back to 1988, when it first opened its doors at the Penticton Lakeside resort, extending its operations through the years with new equipment acquisitions and expanding its repertoire of fitness programs. Though the facility keeps bodies in proper, well-muscled form with a fleet of modern stability equipment, rowers, and cross trainers, the staff still sticks to Lakeside's fundamental philosophy of caring for each member by providing one-on-one training and dispelling urban legends about the small number of muscles it takes to smile. Dedicated trainers push aspiring athletes to toward personal goals with rehab training and Synergy conditioning, or shave off golf scores with a detailed analysis and targeted training of golf swings.
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    21 Lakeshore Drive West
    Penticton, BC CA
  • Fine Art Bartending School Winnipeg
    Equipped with varied experience and an in-depth knowledge of alcohol and service regulations, the instructors at Fine Art Bartending School guide their students toward mixology mastery or job placement in the bartending industry during intensive five-day courses. While many schools focus solely on the craft, Fine Art's instructors also hone customer service skills through a guest bartending program at local bars and clubs?teaching students tip-enhancing approaches and how to graciously deflect customer's attempts at Bryan Adams sing-alongs. They also hold individual classes targeted at everyday drinkers, divulging industry-style instructions for blending specific drinks, performing difficult mixes, or pouring the perfect beer.
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    Unit 202 - 2040 Springfield Rd.
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • 4Cats Arts Studio - Kelowna
    4Cats Art Studio founder Joey Simon and her son Jet developed their fun and educational art program in 2005 while transposing the techniques they learned in a library's collection of art history books onto blank canvases. Since then, their process of teaching students about an artist's method and then allowing them to practice it on their own has expanded throughout North America. The studio draws its name from Els Quatre Gats, or The Four Cats, a café in Barcelona where Pablo Picasso often showcased his work and shared intellectual musings with cats. Much like the legendary brush wielder, students between the ages of 2–15 expand their creative abilities at 4Cats Art Studio, first discussing famous artists and then using their techniques to create original pieces. Each 60-minute class begins with a history lesson on a famous artist such as Frida Kahlo or Paul Klee, followed by a creative project using the featured artist's techniques. After learning about Frida's life and love of animals, students create their own colourful self-portraits. Likewise, classes on Klee integrate music and colour-mixing techniques to teach students how to truly capture the emotions of a trumpet.
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    3818 Gordon Dr
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • Mini Monetz Art Studio
    Mini Monetz Art Studio is a destination for kids to explore their creative curiousities, a place where "messy and creativity are encouraged". Owner Crystal Henthorn encourages kids to unleash their inner artist after school during 12-week programs where they're free to practice painting, drawing, and making the most of ketchup stains on t-shirts. A mother of seven herself, Henthorn has been a creative force since she was just a kid, and hopes to foster that creativity with the children at her studio, whether it's during fall sessions or summer camps to keep idle hands busily creating cool pieces to take home to the all-important fridge gallery.
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    800 White Court
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • Komatsu Japanese Market
    Calling Komatsu a market is a bit of an understatement. The shop is a trifecta of Japanese culture—one part Japanese grocery, one part carry-out restaurant, and one part cultural-education centre. Its chefs create Japanese teriyaki bowls and curry bowls and roll specialty sushi such as the eponymous Komatsu Roll, which consists of spicy tuna, shrimp salad, cucumber, imitation crab, and tobiko. After indulging in some fresh sushi, guests can stock up on specialty Japanese ingredients or enroll in a sushi-making class. The instructors also cover other, nonedible aspects of Japanese life. They teach cultural classes and basic Japanese-language classes.
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    140-1855 Kirschner Rd.
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • Kelowna Hot Yoga Studio
    It isn't just the instructors at Karma Yoga + Fitness who help students connect with their bodies: the studio space is also vital. A high-efficiency air system generates up to 12 airflow changes every hour, and a UV filter system keeps the air free of toxins, odors, and bacteria. All-natural floors, gently cleaned with eco-friendly soaps, cradle bodies during classes. And yet the most important amenity is the infrared heat?it penetrates deep into muscles to warm students rather than the air around them, improving on the old technique of just eating hot water bottles. Karma Yoga + Fitness is the brainchild of founder Brenda Wowk. Brenda draws from her yoga studies in India?and experience as a reiki practitioner and personal trainer?to helm a range of heated and non-heated classes tailored to all ages and ability levels. Instructors help students stretch out muscle fibers, loosen joints, and condition their cardiovascular systems in classes spanning styles from hatha to warm yin to ashtanga, each heated to between 85?F and 103?F. The studio also holds advanced workshops, yoga teacher trainings, and a yoga boot camp.
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    1445 Ellis St
    Kelowna, BC CA
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