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.
CrossFit is best describe as the fitness program you have been looking for. Whether it is to enhance your sport, get back into shape, lose weight, get stronger or even a place for kids to come learn fitness and have a ton of fun at the same time. CrossFit Pride has one motto....."If You Let It, This Place Will Change You"
Larisse Robinson, a passionate paint-slinger since childhood, shepherds developing daubers ages 5 and older in intimate art classes capped at six to eight students. In each pastel class, pullulating painters of all skill levels will learn the ins and outs of bedecking paper with pastels (supplies included) to create prismatic renditions of animals or posed cornucopias worthy of world-class fridge galleries.
Wine and Canvas sends local artists to restaurants and comfortable bars to guide students through featured paintings from the studio's monthly calendar. As instructors offer step-by-step instructions, pupils mimic the motions of their brush to re-create scenes inspired by nature, Impressionist masters, and alcoholic libations themselves. After the night has ended, students carry their finished masterpieces home to hang proudly on their walls or avant-gardely on their fish tanks.
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.