A performing arts academy that offers all styles of dance, baton twirling, pom and tumbling classes to students ages 18 months to adult. We also offer preschool dance and mommy and me dance classes for little ones. We have been in Celina for 16 years and offer a "family" atmosphere for the students and parents.
At Masters of Cosmetology College, apprentice aestheticians practice their newfound know-how by spiffing up customers with soothing spa services. First, the neophyte pamperers—who are supervised by state-licensed instructors—will deep-condition clients' hair and scalp with a moisturizing lotion, setting them under a steamer until their eyes turn red to show that they're done (a $15 value). A few scissor chop-chops will unleash a brand new 'do as the students test their tonsorial talent on visiting heads of hair (an $8 value). Then, they'll use an exfoliating ultrasonic brush to deal with dry skin during a Clarisonic facial (a $16 value) and back facial (a $14 value) before delivering a full-body massage (a $25 value). A skin-caressing makeup application (a $10 value) and a finger-tickling manicure (a $5 value) are like the icing on a cake made of daydreams about cake. While the seven services can be spread out over two days, lunch from a local restaurant is only provided once (a $10 value).
Fort Wayne Ballet began pirouetting in 1956 to enrich the community’s arts offerings with dance instruction and performances. Beginning with its inaugural performance of Cinderella, the ballet company has performed timeless pieces including The Nutcracker, Giselle, and Swan Lake. In addition to its shows and classes, Fort Wayne Ballet maintains strong links to the community, which is evident in its theme: everybody dances. The Ballet works to find adoptive families for dogs through the Muttcracker program, produces trading cards with dancers, I&M linemen and players from each of Fort Wayne’s minor league teams, and stages three main stage productions and three Family Series performances per year.
Wear white, and be prepared for that shirt to never look the same. That's just about the only rule of the Color Blaze 5K, a technicolor event that's a little different than the standard run. For one, contestants don't have to run at all—in fact, they can mosey, lollygag, skip, crawl, jog, and backflip their way along the course. Rather than determining the best time, the non-competitive race is about the experience itself. At each successive mile, Blaze Zones powder participants in biodegradable—and even edible—colors, creating an army of fleet-footed Jackson Pollocks. Proceeds from the event benefit local charities, and an afterparty welcomes the newly prismatic to dance the day away in their freshly illustrated get-ups.
Around the 10,000-square-foot TX Training Center facility, instructors lead a host of tumbling and cheerleading classes for beginners and advanced students that take advantage of trampolines and a competition-size spring floor. Alternatively, fitness courses include energetic Zumba dance classes, the cardio-kickboxing workouts of TurboKick, and spinning sessions led by a certified instructor.
The neighborly nourishers at Beamer's Sports Grill whip up an extensive menu of homemade tasties amid the comforting glow of 12 high-definition sports-showing screens. A charming cast of muscle-bound meats populates each All-Star Platter ($8.49), including the chicken strips and cheddar nuggets. As you take in a little college football, NFL action, or mixed martial croquet, test the flame-proof fortitude of your flytrap by snagging your choice of Beamer's fiery hot-wing sauce ($5.49 six-piece, $8.99 12-piece, $10.99 18-piece). Otherwise, challenge a friend to a game of digestive pinball by shoving a savory Beamer burger ($6.49 quarter-pound, $8.49 half-pound) into your coin slot. Indiana State Representative Phil GiaQuinta casts his vote for his namesake rib-eye sandwich, the Phil-E Steak ($7.99), and protein proposals such as the all-meat pizza ($13.49 12-inch, $17.99 16-inch) await ratification from the state senate's cheese majority.