Classes in Santa Ana


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  • Sugar-n-Spice Studios
    Since she was a child, Pla Schneider dreamed of writing and illustrating her own children's book. She earned a degree in visual communications and exhibited some of her work in boutiques and galleries, but she couldn't find that spark of inspiration. She was able to find a muse in her daughter, who inspired Pla's first book, Sassy Cassie A True Little Princess. At Sugar-n-Spice Studios, Schneider helps art students circumvent creative blocks by guiding them step-by-step in a fun, playful environment. Patrons dab acrylic paints onto stretched canvases, rendering images of flower-filled parks, technicolor giraffes, or mermaids swimming alongside seahorses and other imaginary animals.
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    1060 E 1st St.
    Santa Ana, California US
  • National Holistic Institute
    Massage therapists often help only the individuals they treat, but Carol Carpenter had a broader vision than that. She copied the notes she took when studying massage therapy and opened her own school in Oakland, elucidating Eastern styles, Western styles, and kinesiology alike. Eventually, the school was supplied federal financial aid through the U.S. Department of Education and became one of the first accredited massage schools in California. Today, it spans seven campuses and has garnered a mention in the book The History of Massage. The school aims to prepare students for careers they?ll love, and the program boasts an 88% job-placement rate. The curriculum demands that students complete a 900-hour program, which includes anatomy study and hands-on practice with real clients.
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    201 Sandpointe Avenue
    Santa Ana, CA US
  • OC Salsa Dance Lessons
    David Nieto's r?sum? lists more than a few accomplishments?he's been named the Mayan World Salsa champion, choreographed routines for Dancing with the Stars, and performed alongside the Jonas Brothers and Jamie Foxx. But he still manages to take time out of his busy schedule to lead lessons through Salsa Dance Lessons. There, he leads group and private lessons that cover the basics of both salsa and the Dominican dance bachata. During classes, he not only teaches footwork, but how to lead and follow, the proper technique for turns and spins, and how to feel out your moves by understanding the music. Each session builds upon another, giving clients the chance to master the dance's basics and upper-level intricacies.
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    3625 West MacArthur Boulevard
    Santa Ana, CA US
  • Painting & Vino
    Art can be made anywhere and the professional artists of Painting & Vino prove this every week with pop-up painting-and-wine classes held at wine bars, restaurants, and other locations conducive to creativity and socializing. Over drinks and conversation, participants learn to create a different painting during each session, whether its a painting of the teacher's own design or a Master work by artists such as Van Gogh or Picasso. Instructors go over the paintings step-by-step and pepper in trivia about the piece's history, which students can then recite to calm down angry animals. Classes include all supplies, such as canvases, paints, brushes, and aprons.
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    227 North Broadway
    Santa Ana, CA US
  • Haleh Art Studio
    The instructors at Haleh Art Studio can turn a blank canvas into a work of art. They regard each new student with the same sense of limitless possibility, realizing that the right instruction and motivation can help turn anyone into a skilled artist. During drawing and painting classes, with special expertise in acrylics, instructors nurture artistic talents with structured lessons that slowly build technique and confidence. The difficulty of the work increases over time, until students can create their own photo-realistic self-portraits to replace lost driver’s licenses.
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    211 E Columbine Ave.
    Santa Ana, CA US
  • 2nd Wind Traffic School
    Leading three main programs, instructors at 2nd Wind Traffic School tackle everything drivers need to know before they get behind the wheel. A 30-hour driver-education curriculum includes classroom and hands-on portions. Traffic school, meanwhile, helps those with traffic citations overcome potential legal and insurance obstacles and covers proper fist-shaking technique for moments of rush-hour frustration. Through the continuing-education program, instructors sharpen the skills of driving instructors and professional vehicle operators.
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    2424 North Grand Avenue
    Santa Ana, CA US

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