Leila Parello has been teaching ballet for more than 40 years. At The School of Ballet Arts, which Leila founded in 1974, she and her team of professional instructors cultivate a noncompetitive environment in which students can learn the joy of dance through the lens of classical ballet. They teach proper ballet technique, pointe, classical variations, stretch, and jazz, culminating in a well-rounded curriculum for dancers of all ages and skill levels.
The SoCal Jetovator does exactly what jetpacks and elevators do: it goes up. Only this high-tech contraption relies on a trio of hydro-propulsion nozzles to rocket users to heights of up to 40 feet. Pilots hover above the water and use controls to move and perform tricks. Introductory flights with certified instructors ensure users get the hang of those controls under proper supervision, equipping them with the skills and water wings to advance to higher levels of training and certification courses.
There's that moment, at the top of a fall, when you reach a weightlessness that makes you feel like anything is possible. And in Champion Gymnastics & Cheer's sprawling 8,800-square-foot gym, kids of all ages are reaching for that moment all the time. The coaches lead kids through gymnastics and tumbling classes.