Located in Torrance, our family run public tennis center, hosted by tennis pros Ken & Courtney Hance, offers 8 well-maintained, fully lighted courts, a pro shop, private lessons, group workouts for all ages and skill levels. At South Bay Tennis Center you’ll find something for every member of the family.
If practice makes perfect, then South Bay Refinery helps aspiring athletes of all ages perfect their baseball and softball skills by providing all the space, equipment, and professional guidance they could ask for. The 25,000-square-foot indoor facility features eight regulation-size pitching mounds, two softball pitching mats, nine full-sized baseball batting cages, four full-sized softball batting cages, six Iron Mike pitching machines, and four Jugs softball-pitching machines in addition to a separate practice infield area. With a staff of instructors that includes former and current professional players as well as experienced coaches, South Bay Refinery offers lessons intended to provide mental and physical training while reinforcing fundamentals. Specialized camps are also available on a regular basis, covering the basics of everything from batting and fielding to pitching and bobblehead modeling. The facility even features a separate cross-training fitness area, which hosts classes designed to improve athletes' strength, endurance, agility, flexibility, and proprioception over time.
Beach Cities Cheer and TGA Beach Cities joined forces to create Beach Cities Enrichment's roster of cheerleading, twirl flag, golf, and tennis camps. The goal: to help youngsters build confidence, learn sportsmanship, and boost athletic skills. Through Beach Cities Cheer, students learn beginning level stunts and professional choreography alongside values such as respect, trustworthiness, and responsibility. Tennis and golf camps instruct on the fun aspects of the sports with programs that help build values. Through TGA Beach Cities, youngsters learn social skills while working on their back swing.
Capoeira, an African-Brazilian art form, combines dance, martial arts, music, and acrobatics. All of these elements come together in a circle known as a roda, where capoeira's participants perform improvised movements. Omulu Capoeira Los Angeles, a nonprofit organization, welcomes all types of students into its roda, regardless of age or fitness level. By teaching capoeira, instructors help their students lose weight and build strength, in addition to learning to play musical instruments and sing traditional songs in Portuguese.
The clatter of toppling pins resounds through the walls of the 89 locations of Bowling Centers of Southern California, which are scattered across Southern California, Nevada, and Hawaii. Each alley abounds with modern lanes and equipment, and many boast concession stands, lounges, and game rooms. The family-friendly centers host regular public bowling sessions and league tournaments. Many of the centers also host private birthday parties, which science has proven to be more fun than birthday parties covered by the paparazzi.