Classes in Santa Ana

One Month of Musical-Theater Classes for One or Two at Actors Studio of Orange County (Up to 55% Off)

Actors Studio of Orange County

Actors Studio of Orange County

$200 $99

Small classes of students age 16 and older learn the voice and acting techniques behind great musical theater

One or Two Months of Unlimited Dance Classes at Inspire Dance and Theatre Arts (Up to 57% Off)

Inspire Dance and Theatre Arts

Santa Ana

$104 $49

Dance classes that focus on jazz, tap, or a ballet-tap combo designed for students aged 2 through adult

$75 for $150 Worth of Personal Training — REDD Fitness

Redd Fitness

Shadow Run

$150 $75

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Floral-Arranging Class for One or Two or $10 for $20 Worth of Flowers at Mina Flower Design

Mina Flower Design

Santa Ana

$55 $29

Budding floral artists learn how to arrange flowers and then take home their creation; shop has seasonal flowers and organic purple orchids

$40 for One Month of Unlimited Classes at RoundersMMA and Boxing ($120 Value)

RoundersMMA and Boxing

Santa Ana

$120 $40

Get fit and learn the skills of boxing, muay thai kickboxing, jujitsu, and more with pro MMA fighter Bao Quach and pro boxer Hugo Vargas

5 or 10 Personal Training Sessions at Brock Fitness (60% Off)

Brock Fitness

Redeem from Home

$300 $119

Trainers who specialize in nutrition, strength, and agility devise efficient workouts to help clients get in shape and live a healthy life

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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.

1060 E 1st St.
Santa Ana,
California
US

In a spacious facility, Back4more’s staff helps clients ease back pain with its four-step program. BackFlex traction tables heat backs via far infrared rays while massaging acupressure points to relieve tightness in the lower back and shoulders, and doses of alkaline water help to balance pH levels. Clients not only receive treatment at Back4more but can also get physical in preventative back-care yoga classes. In a studio with natural-light illuminated hardwood floors, instructors guide students through Pa Kua yoga classes, which can boost energy, harmonize body and mind, and relieve stress. Before leaving the all-inclusive facility, clients can order from an array of home comfort products, including Inada chairs and mattresses. In addition to English, the bilingual staff also speaks Spanish.

100 N Harbor Blvd
Santa Ana,
CA
US

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.

211 E Columbine Ave.
Santa Ana,
CA
US

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.

201 Sandpointe Ave
Santa Ana,
CA
US

More than a thousand years have passed since healers learned that illnesses could be cured through stimulation of certain body parts. A wide array of frameworks developed for how best that healing should be brought about. Licensed acupuncturist Winston Wang has taken components of these frameworks to craft his own: understand the patient's condition, set up a treatment plan, and test it. At Orange Acupuncture, clients can seek Winston's techniques to treat maladies ranging from depression and insomnia to seasonal allergies.

2525 N Grand Ave
Santa Ana,
CA
US