Studio Golf beckons to golfers of all abilities with a chic, café-style facility, where PGA-certified instruction, high-tech teaching aids, and virtual golf coalesce to help clubbers groom their golf game year-round. The studio's aboutGolf simulators wrap around golfers, further immersing linksmen in the coastal landscape of Pebble Beach or the sentient bagpipes of Scotland's St. Andrews. Lessons commence at the virtual courses, where pixilated targets stretch into the distance and in-stall video cameras play back each swing, introducing clubbers to a two-dimensional doppelgänger soon to be their inferior. Resident aces augment the studio's full repertoire of skill-grooming amenities with club-fitting services that ensure that smooth swings will be carried out by the optimal equipment.
While growing up in Peru, Ken Sjoberg had a passion for tennis. He dedicated years of his life competing, winning championships, and earning rankings before eventually deciding to share his love for the game by founding KS Tennis to help others realize their athletic potential. Equally capable of teaching children or adults, Ken offers lessons for students of all skill levels. Introductory lessons focus on the basic fundamentals and the more advanced sessions emphasize the mental aspects of the game in addition to the physical skills. These sessions frequently teach players how to use strategic play and telekinetic powers to win more matches. Training is only one aspect of preparation, though, so Ken also sells necessary equipment and offers racquet-stringing services.
Stained Glass Learning Center's sand-melting experts demystify the art of custom glasswork during their array of classes, during which participants learn how to assemble their own glimmering kaleidoscopic masterpieces. The shop's beginners' classes enlighten glass-manipulating newbies with stained-glass basics, preparing them for the more challenging novice workshop, where they can embark on guided projects of their choosing.
In addition to stained-glass classes, the experts always host fused-glass sessions that sizzle with glass-heating tips and kids' mosaic classes that safely introduce children to glass art. Stained Glass Learning Center's schedule of class times varies based on location and Nostradamus's predictions.
The talented instructors at Twisted Fit believe that the pursuit of fitness shouldn’t be limited to the same old routine or gym. They help students of all fitness levels pump up strength, flexibility, and endurance along with a healthy dose of sex appeal during athletic pole-dancing classes. Students and instructors spin and flip around stationary poles or the studio’s giant beanstalk. The pole-dancing classes come in beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels, and the studio even hosts a co-ed class to help both men and women dance their way toward fitter frames. Though pole dancing is this studio’s bread and butter, the staff of fitness-focused instructors also helps guests reach their goals with Zumba, belly dancing, tap, and jazz classes.
Merlot 2 Masterpiece's encouraging art instructors guide fledgling van Goghs in reproducing images on canvas with a flurry of colorful brushstrokes. Each of their painting classes escorts up to 30 students though the creation of a preselected composition, which ranges from landscapes and holiday themes to still lifes and blurry moving lifes. The studio provides all attendees with canvases, brushes, and paints, and welcomes students to bring their snacks and bottles of wine. Artistic expression chugs along to the beat of up-tempo music, easily muted to accommodate student solos. Merlot 2 Masterpiece regularly updates its locations' schedules with listings of dates, times, and featured paintings for each class.
For Margie Garcia, owner of The Drunk Artist, the word drunk doesn't just refer to being inebriated: it also means being overcome by a strong feeling or emotion. During one of The Drunk Artist's painting classes, students can embrace this double meaning by creating an impassioned piece of art while sipping on BYO beverages. A local artist assists painters of all skill levels in re-creating a chosen masterpiece by demonstrating helpful techniques and doling out the necessary materials. After an evening or afternoon of eating complimentary snacks, pupils leave with a finished painting that can be mounted on the wall or sneaked into a museum in the middle of the night.