At XGolf Scottsdale, six cutting-edge X-Golf simulators immerse golfers in a realistic replication of world-famous courses using accurate video analysis, high-definition graphics, and a 5.1 channel sound system. In the new 4,000-square-foot facility, golfers can play a round at a choice of over 150 world-famous courses, including Pebble Beach, St. Andrews, and Spyglass without having to put up with the exorbitant expense and secret handshakes needed to enter the courses. The simulator floor tilts to create uphill, downhill, and side-hill lies to reflect the player?s ball location on the course, balls are automatically teed up after each shot, and two video cameras play back swings for later review, a concept that comes from XGolf, which operates golf centers around the world. With the available video playback, the simulator doubles as a teaching mechanism for Scottsdale Golf Place?s class-A PGA instructors, who use it to review a swing?s club path, ball-launch angle, and follow-through pirouettes. And if it feels like the floor is shifting beneath you ? it may not just be the moving platform beneath your feet. Players can opt for beer and wine during play, and groups can enjoy simulators together during weekly leagues, tournaments, and corporate events.
Sew from the Heart beats with owner Susie's passion for textiles and fashion cultivated during her more than 40 years as a seamstress. Together with husband Hank, a retired Air Force fighter pilot who traded brawny planes for delicate needles, she shares her love with the public via a menu of classes ranging from embroidery and quilting to garment creation. The husband-and-wife team teaches students sewing-machine and software use, and frequently leads workshops such as how to turn T-shirts into quilts and how to turn quilts into T-shirts for giants. Their spacious store also houses a seemingly endless array of sewing products, stocking kits with threads and fabrics or outfitting workshops with machines, books, and software.
Opened in 2007, Classic Cooking marches under the banner of classic French cooking techniques while using Native American ingredients and dietary foundations. Classically trained French chef and owner Pascal Dionot draws on his extensive training in France, Germany, and Spain to elucidate the finer points of cooking, dining, and fingertip kissing during cooking classes tailored for both career-minded gastronomers and novices. Catering services take Classic Cooking's French–Native American fusion on the road to feed handfuls of hungry partygoers or infinite imaginary friends.
Founded by fourth-dan black belt Richard Poage, Peaceful Warrior Martial Arts & Healing Center continues his mission to help students build discipline and learn self-defense through classes that teach shorin-ryu karate, jujitsu, and kobudo weapons training. Camps and after-school programs keep kids from spending their days sprawled in front of the TV or taking catnaps behind it. The school's healing center keeps students in top shape with holistic health services such as massage, acupuncture, and shiatsu massage.
Boot Camp Code Pink's staff of fitness mavens transforms recruits into chiseled effigies of their former selves with intensive sessions typically staged amid the sun-dappled surroundings of Jambalaya Park. Sixty-minute sessions challenge sinews from crown to anklet with a menagerie of body-resistance exercises, weightlifting, obstacle courses, cardiovascular training, and horse training. Boot Camp Code Pink welcomes varying fitness levels, and the program typically runs in the early morning and the evening, with a covered area available during spells of rain.
We teach fun interactive Spanish language classes to all ages! We believe in everyone's potential to learn a second language and understand the importance of speaking Spanish in today's world. We have a diverse background in Spanish from various countries and share those wonderful experiences with our students!