Most Popular Service: Wing Chun Kung Fu Private & Group Class
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
Brands Used: Black Flag Wing Chun Kung Fu Martial Arts
Pro Tip: People Attending Our Classes Are Often Shocked By How Much Healthier, Safer and Happier They Became
Earthly Juices supports and nurtures health with fresh organic juices, living fare, and detox programs—using many ingredients grown in its own sustainable quarter-acre garden. The juice gurus cold-press fresh nuts, fruits, and vegetables that match the season into juices, smoothies, and cold-brew teas teeming with probiotic cultures. Earthly Juices composts all leftover pulp and serves each of its elixirs in Ball mason jars for $1 per jar, though patrons can bring their own jars or mammoth skulls to avoid the fee.
Patrons can purge environmental toxins or old love-letter residue during comprehensive cleanses, each customized for the individual’s allergies and personal goals and ranging in duration from one weekend to an entire month. Empathic detox counselors remain on-call via Skype, phone, and in person for the duration of each cleanse to troubleshoot as well as fortify minds with motivation. In addition to its culinary and detox endeavors, Earthly Juices supports whole-body and lifestyle health with services from home-garden design to classes on raw foods and international cooking.
Tal Dvir's mother first noticed his artistic talent when he was 3 years old. Recognizing that he was no mere finger painter, she nurtured his talent, helping a teenaged Tal to complete a course of study at the prestigious Witzo Art School in Tel Aviv. Tal's life experiences have strengthened his love of deep contrasts, granting him "self-awareness [and] truer sense of [his] own complexities," which flow through his brush and onto the canvas.
Tal continued his studies at Meimad Visual Art School before going on to paint cities, landscapes, and dioramas of cities made from lawn clippings. His style, which melds contemporary realism and impressionism, draws inspiration from the likes of Velasquez, Degas, and Sargent. Today, Tal shares his artistic knowledge with both adults and children through private classes and workshops at the Irvine Art League.
With a mission to educate consumers on the mystifying subtleties of wine, Learn About Wine hosts more than 100 classes, trade tastings, and consumer events each year. Since its beginnings in 1995, the organization has helped more than 50,000 students deepen their appreciation and understanding of the old-world drink through socially centered programs and refined, but approachable wine-education classes. Wine Camp – An Introduction to Wine, the company's introductory course and one of its most popular offerings, encourages guests to absorb wine-drinking terminology and critical lessons in storing and serving. Regional tours lead groups through various growing regions, allowing visitors to observe processes such as fermenting and picking bottles at the peak of glossiness. Click here for a complete listing of program types.
Century Dancesport's attuned instructors spin and twirl through a nearly 6,000-square-foot studio, guiding the limbs of beginning dancers and ballroom ambassadors alike in both social and competitive choreography. A diverse schedule of group classes entices beat-keeping feet to hone their rug-cutting capabilities with a choice of classes that can emphasize the elegance of the waltz, the fervency of salsa, or the practicality of the sprinkler. During dancing instruction, teachers fine tune their pupils' leading and following techniques and encourage students to practice with a variety of partners.
With more than 30 years of kid-entertaining experience, The Little Gym provides a safe and noncompetitive environment wherein wee ones can exercise their brains and bodies. Maturing moppets aged 4 months to 3 years glean social and cognitive skills from a parent-child program that helps developing minds learn colors and numbers and helps parents learn to take turns and share. Gymnastics allows energized preschoolers and kindergarteners to tumble at their own pace and caters to differing ages, levels of muscle development, and hatred of vegetables. Grade-school gymnasts tackle the mat, bar, vault, and beam in classes divided by ability, not age, and dance classes allow the rhythmically inclined to shake and sway.