Musicians who have honed their skills at Juilliard, Yale, and other world-renowned conservatories convene at Fort Lee School of Music to help students of all experience levels express themselves musically. Students can take piano, violin, cello, guitar, flute, saxophone, trumpet, and clarinet lessons, learning skills such as sight-reading, ear training, music theory, performance practice and chamber music or voice lessons, learning skills such as sight-reading, ear training, and music theory.
Martial arts at Fort Lee's Hosan Taekwondo is a great workout that will leave you feeling Zen.
Personal trainers are also available to work with those who prefer an individualized work out regimen.
It's high time you enrolled in a steady cross fit regimen to realize your workout goals.
Gain strength and endurance with a mixed martial arts class from this establishment.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Here you can find a large number of computer options for both work and personal use, including printer_copier_scanner_string and computers.
Save time and money with nearby parking options at Microsecure.
Signature service: After-school robotics club
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Average Duration of Services: 2–4 hours
Brands Used: Lego robotics and Mindstorms
Pro Tip: Be ready to have fun and enjoy robotics and computers with homework assistance
Located within The Club of Riverdale's 125,000-square-foot facility, GolfTCR encompasses a staff of PGA-certified professionals, an array of technological teaching aids, 3-D golf simulators, and a pro shop stocked with merchandise in a state-of-the-art complex. Clubbers gain data-based insight into the nuances of their swing, putting motion, or celebratory fist pump with help from the center's Doppler-radar launch monitor, K-Vest swing analysis, V1 Pro video analysis, and Tomi Pro putting analysis, all of which dissect clients' motions with a multitude of sensors that provide tour-worthy precision. The center's aboutGolf simulators reconstruct famous courses from crisp, three-dimensional images, letting golfers drive down the fairways of some of the world's most famous courses. Four hitting bays and a 500-square-foot chipping and putting green further develop all-around skills. Players in need of new clubs can enlist one of the center's expert club fitters or leave club shafts snapped by an ill-fated bout of golf-cart jousting to be repaired by the pro shop.