Things To Do In San Bruno

$59 for Two-Hour Jumpstart Group Lesson at Emmons Golf Academy (Up to $99 Value)

Emmons Golf Academy

San Bruno

Golf pro teaches group lesson that covers fundamentals of short game and swing and uses analysis to perfect mechanics

$99 $59

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Two Hour Foam-Dart Gun Battle for Four or Six at Dart Ops in San Bruno (Up to 52% Off)

Dart Ops

San Bruno

Toy dart guns send foam ammo toward opponents during game types such as Capture the Flag, Free for All, and Team Death Match

$40 $20

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One or Two Private or Group Golf Lessons with Mr. Peter's Golf Camp at San Bruno Golf Center (Up to 61% Off)

Mr. Peter's Golf Camp at San Bruno Golf Center

San Bruno

Golfers improve their game with Coach Peter’s swing analysis tools and latest in video technology for adjust ing their swing and technique.

$99 $49

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Five Martial Arts Classes or One Month Unlimited at Hwa Rang Kwan San Bruno (Up to 65% Off)

Hwa Rang Kwan San Bruno

San Bruno

Martial arts aims to teach discipline, self-esteem, build stamina, and increase muscle tone as students focus on the study of self-defense

$100 $39

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One or Two 60-Minute Golf Lessons with PGA Pro David Suh at San Bruno Golf Center (Up to 55% Off)

San Bruno Golf Center

San Bruno

PGA pro David Suh breaks down swings and offers corrective advice to develop consistent, dependable swing mechanics

$110 $55

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10 or 20 Classes at Omine Yoga (Up to 80% Off)

Omine Yoga

San Bruno

Yoga classes use belts, chairs, and other props to assist moves based on students' abilities; Ageless yoga is available for older students

$150 $39

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Though the birth of a child changes the lives of all parents, it doesn’t usually spark inspiration for a new business. But for the Soon family, the arrival of son Jordan Alexander highlighted the need for a place where little ones can explore, learn, and socialize through interactive play. So the parents created Diddalidoo to fill this void.

The Soon family's playground welcomes kids aged 0–4 to play with toys and solve puzzles within its colorful confines. Separate areas cater to different age groups, with a baby area perfect for honing sensory skills and discussing the rising costs of rattles. A two-level playground looms over the toddler play area and creates laughs with its bright-yellow racing slides. Granting breaks from playtime, a quiet room caters to nursing mothers, a boutique shop sells gifts, and an onsite café serves up health-focused snacks and food for hungry teddy bears.

544 San Mateo Avenue
San Bruno,
CA
US

Dart Ops creates a safe indoor battlefield where players vie for victory using toy dart guns loaded with foam ammo propelled by short blasts of air. Neon-colored screens, walls made of mesh netting, and hanging targets pepper the arena space, which transforms into a monsoon of flying foam at the start of each friendly battle. As games progress, players can curl their trigger fingers around more advanced weaponry, including velcro-tipped darts that adhere to targets or the weak spots of enemy sock puppets. A marshall ensures fair play and organizes different types of game play, such as Free for All, Capture the Flag, and Protect the President. Aside from open play, Dart Ops' staff also host birthdays in a party booth and organize monthly Tour of Duty tournaments.

1150 El Camino Real, Ste 141
San Bruno,
CA
US

UFC Gym?s instructors thumb their noses at the suggestion that fighting has no place in public. They happily subvert this social convention, leading students through safe and noncontact fitness classes inspired by the pugilistic arts. Each boxing, kickboxing, or group MMA class is lead by a professional fighter, who teaches basic skills during the up-tempo, one-hour workouts. Students warm up with plyometrics before strapping on 16-ounce gloves and hitting a heavy bag with combination of kicks, knees, and elbows. Classes may burn between 800 and 1,000 calories per session, improve coordination and stamina, and increase your tolerance for listening to the theme from Rocky IV on repeat.

751 Camino Plz
San Bruno,
CA
US

Helmed by martial arts instructor Willy Cahill for nearly 50 years, the instructors at Cahill's Judo Academy dojo drill students in the martial arts of Kodokan judo and jujitsu. In spacious studio interiors, students embark on up to 2.5-hour classes, rehearsing throws, grapples, strikes, and joint locks to subdue opponents and force stubborn jam jars to yield their contents. The instructors are well-versed in the combat-focused jujitsu and in the less combat-intensive practice of judo, working to hone state- and international-championship medal winners participating in Olympic events, Pan American Games, and special competitions.

635 San Mateo Ave
San Bruno,
CA
US

Trained by legendary acting teacher Sanford Meisner, Christy English Wioncek opened the Bay Area Acting Studio to teach a new generation of actors how to?in the words of her mentor?"live truthfully under imaginary circumstances." Her stable of equally Meisner-steeped instructors leads classes including introductory adult courses, intensive courses for working thespians, and children's classes for young'uns looking to break into the industry early or convince babysitters they've been diagnosed with a life-threatening ice-cream deficiency.

535 Sylvan Avenue
San Bruno,
CA
US

Under the formidable chops of professional limelighter Giovannie Espiritu, The Young Actors Workshop edifies aspiring ingénues with a slate of technique-toning classes in acting, auditioning, and the entertainment business. A recurring regular on several hit network shows, Espiritu also boasts familiarity with casting and representation, granting each student comprehensive tutelage that’s been proven to score her scholars notable roles, auditions, and VIP access to swanky backstage snack spreads. Geared towards pint-size pontificators and nimble-tongued teens, each class hones young actors' abilities in a nurturing environment that places the student’s comfort center stage.

535 Sylvan Ave
San Bruno,
CA
US

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