There isn't an age requirement when it comes to being a rock star. At Studio Arts Academy & Rock School, students as young as 6 weeks old can learn music basics in the Music Together class, an early childhood program that taps into children's innate musical abilities, such as twins crying in two-part harmony. Older youngsters can head to band programs such as Little Rockers—a fun-filled class that explores percussion, keyboards, and singing—and Rock School, which helps participants hone in on which instrument they want to master should they join a band or score all of their conversations.
EDA INC. is a full service dance and cheerleading facility with 3 locations in Southwestern Ontario to serve you best! We teach ages 2.5 through Adult, all styles of dance and cheerleading. We offer excellent package and family discounts. Boys dance FREE with sibling enrollment! Recreational/Beginner to Professional!
A proud basketball program boasting 24 championships, the University of Western Ontario Mustangs aspire to jump, dunk, and dribble their way to the national tournament. The Mustangs' hardwood warriors look to build momentum and earn alliterative nicknames in the second game of the 2011-2012 season against NCAA team Saint Louis University led by NCAA coach Rick Majerus. Boasting four returning starters including Hawaii transfer Adam Jespersen, the Mustangs' retooled roster welcomes a heralded recruiting class that claims two 6' 5" forwards. Head coach Brad Campbell captains a tenacious defense that consistently places in Canadian Interuniversity Sport's top five in points allowed, defensive field goal percentage, and thwarting mascot sabotage, while the offensive strategy hopes to exploit favourable match-ups. Fans catch all the action from general-admission seating, scoping out the prospects and hoping to follow alum into the professional European ranks.
Boasting collision-free and fuel-efficient driving techniques, Young Drivers guides youthful auto wranglers with one-on-one lessons geared toward passing the G2 and G driver's licence exams. Budding road warriors can elect to take a single in-car tutorial with a skilled instructor who covers the basics of cruising in an automatic transition vehicle and using the Student Driver sign to cut in line at drive-thrus. The eight-session 2A Basic Program ($879) includes 10 hours of in-car learning, 20 hours of classroom schooling, 10 hours of online training, and a supportive student workbook. Instructive seminars are conveniently held over various evenings, and each class size is small to accommodate any participants with large wings. Young Drivers also curbs students with a number of specific sessions, such as Parking Made Easy ($115.04), Emergency Maneuvers ($115.04), and Freeway/Highway Lesson ($115.04).
Fitness coaches from all manner of professions help students fortify their personal health during intense conditioning classes that boast a supportive group atmosphere. Future members beginning the personal fitness journey take a two-hour essentials class that teaches them how to forge nutritious eating habits and correctly perform fundamental movements. Then performance coaches impart their knowledge to attendants in group sessions filled with exercises not found at typical gyms, such as lifting tractor tires, pushing weighted rails, and arm wrestling Hercules impersonators. Individuals currently in an exercise program can take a fitness test to bypass the introductory course and gain direct entry to these rigorous muscle-building classes.
An affiliate of the Mayron Cole Music Conservatory, the Academic Music School teaches students to master the notes and scores of musical masterpieces with a variety of instruments and music styles. Budding Beethovens of any age or shoe size can construct symphonic sound waves on a piano, guitar, keyboard, trumpet, trombone, violin, cello, string bass, flute, clarinet, saxophone, drums, or their surgically inserted voice. Students can choose to focus on an array of music styles, such as classical, pop, Broadway, jazz, and more. The private lessons are conducted by university-trained instructors that are matched with neophyte music makers based on personality and instrument choice. With the exception of a piano and antique 100-foot pipe organ, all instruments must be supplied by students.