With an all-access pass to a full class schedule and all exercise components in the Just for Ladies facility, gentlewomen will glisten and gleam as they sculpt their upper and lower bodies using the Shapemaster toning system. These silently motorized toning tables use repetitive isokinetic motion to flatten abdominals, improve posture, and increase one's range of motion—working both sides of the body equally rather than just the one used to dangle perilously from cliffs. Otherwise, sweat it out on a variety of cardio machines, including stair climbers, stationary bikes, treadmills, yackety saxes, and ellipticals—all equipped with TVs to keep boredom at bay. To keep sweat donations social, Just for Ladies' expert instructors blast groups of bodies with classes in aerobics, Pilates, yoga, and Zumba (classes vary by location).
The style-savvy staff at Blackout Clothing Boutique girds women from sizes 1 to 18 in urban-chic and trendy apparel, with an inventory focused on black, white, gray, and denim. The assortment of tops—such as Nation LTD T-shirts ($58) and Cico sweaters ($40)—gracefully top off outfits; alternatively, legs can get an extended hug without being drooled on by clingy toddlers thanks to the See Thru Soul jeans ($100–$110). Sugarlips rompers ($70) spotlight a classic one-piece design that eliminates the need for supporting roles from separate tank tops, cardigans, and skirts. The store’s show room fosters a refined, upscale aesthetic and comes tinged with black-and-white décor. Body-length mirrors take accurate accounts of poses, and ample fitting rooms allow undercover superheroines to change back into mascot heads within discreet spaces.
Fit for Her wields a combination of machines, classes, and spacious amenities to wrap its all-female clientele in an unintimidating, 24/7 workout space. A battery of cardio equipment, as well as weight machines designed for women's frames, provides a diverse array of workout options. Instead of leaping from 10 to 200 like an extremely competitive game of hopscotch, the machines respect women's strength training by going up in smaller increments, smoothing the road toward feminine buffness. All new members can partake in a full orientation of the facility, which familiarizes patrons with the available equipment. Classes, such as yoga, Pilates, and Zumba, bundle astute instruction with the camaraderie of social fat-blasting. Bronze newly toned bods with Fit for Her's horizontal and vertical self-service tanning beds, which give strong muscles a toasty glow; members can tan once every 24 hours.
This will be the most fun you've had in a long time! Painting with friends, sipping on spirits, and just having a great time! Our artist will guide you step-by-step in creating your own masterpiece - no previous art experience necessary. Our sessions last about 3 hours and at the end you will have a hand-painted-by-you 16 x
From some funky trees to a cool, rainy night, visitors to The Painted Lyon bring a whole variety of worlds to life with bright paints and brushes—and a little help from the bar's libations. During paint-and-sip classes, instructors teach students how to re-create paintings. They walk them step-by-step through the painting process while budding Monets sip beer, wine, or complimentary water.
Alternatively, visitors can drop by any time the studio is open to grab a drink and a small canvas from the Paint Bar. They can paint a work preselected by the studio or create whatever they'd like without worrying about time constraints or art teachers telling them that trees can't be hot pink.
Bartenders Garrett Blackwood and Mike Mitchell realized that their city lacked a professional bartending school, leaving aspiring bartenders high and dry. So they started Blue Label Bartending School, a school that turns pretenders into bartenders. The school’s reputation has allowed over 250 mixologists to land jobs not just in Oklahoma, but as far away as Maui and New York. Garrett and Mike recognized that non-professionals also desire the ability to casually make a cool cocktail or two, so they started a class for at-home mixologists. In it, they focus on quick, accessible recipes and skills designed to impress friends at a party or flight attendants on a long flight.