Yoga Tree founder Toni Farris has spent the last 23 years leading group fitness classes. Her warmhearted approach to instruction can be felt in the studio?s group and private yoga classes, which are open to all levels of participant. Workshops are available for beginners and seasoned practitioners. The Yoga Tree team also hosts regular workshops that explore the healing properties of yoga, and its Yoga Alliance?registered teacher-training programs impart the art of tutelage upon others. In addition to the ability to scratch their own backs with their noses, the Yoga Tree staff has earned a 2012 Readers Choice Award from the Star Community Newspapers.
With experience in training UFC and MMA fighters, coach Steve Trentham and a team of trainers use Dallas Underground Strength & Fitness to summon the athlete from everyone, not by using an overabundance of exercise, but by making sure each session is focused, personalized, and effective. In addition to preparing college-bound clients for intense athletic careers that range from Division I soccer players to racing-horse impersonators, the team takes average citizens of all ages, fitness levels, and sizes under his wing. To help determine the perfect workout for each client, they conduct thorough fitness assessments, searching for both obvious and subtle clues in each exercise he has them perform. For instance, they investigates core stability using an exercise known as the plank, looking at the body's alignment from ankle to shoulder to search for weak spots and problem areas. Once they have an understanding of how an individual's body works, the team of coaches blends targeted exercises with full-body workouts and nutritional advice to increase overall strength and performance.
Zounds Sounds, which was voted Best School of Rock 2008 by D Magazine, hosts lessons that teach students musical mechanics by letting them play and sing songs they already know and love. The team of skilled faculty that imparts musical knowledge in all the fundamental rock instruments, including guitar, bass, drums, piano, voice, and electric jaw harp. All instructors have extensive professional experience, and can usually be spotted playing shows locally any given night of the week. Zounds Sounds originally operated out of Marc's garage and fosters a supportive and collaborative environment for future shredders, wailers, and drum wallopers.
Free spa pampering, shopping, fashion shows, cooking demonstrations. If these activities sound like the making of a perfect girls' night out, that's because they've been handpicked just for women. They make up just a few of the events on the roster at Women's Wealth Wizdom Expo, a girls-only event on November 2. By day, it's a business expo and swap meet, but by night, the expo turns into a "Pamper Party," featuring a men's fashion show, male guest speakers, and a male charity auction. The Pamper Party overlaps with a '70s party, complete with a costume contest and dancing until 1 a.m.
Experienced golfing professionals and computers who’ve sworn allegiance to argyle socks fill each of GolfTEC's locations with more expert swings than a playground at recess. Motion sensors and high-speed cameras monitor your swing and break down your form on a high-definition video display. GolfTEC’s PGA specialists point out your flaws and strengths, and coach you on how to permanently improve your game from tee to green. Sensors chirp with approval when you’ve executed a perfect stroke or cracked an especially witty golfing joke.