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  • Jennifer Bradley Cosmetics
    Before she was the personal makeup artist to Barack Obama during his campaign for the presidency, Jennifer Bradley was a stage and screen actress who struggled with acne-prone skin. To combat it, she started creating her own skincare formulas that were free of mineral oils, fragrances, and fillers. Those formulas soon became her business, Jennifer Bradley Corporation products, which she now wields as a makeup artist to the stars. In addition to being touted in the pages of People and US Weekly, her makeup and skincare lines have graced the faces of Michelle Obama, Kelly Clarkson and Pamela Anderson. She regularly teaches clients how to become their own makeup masters during Makeup 101 classes, where she shows them how to cover age spots, contour cheekbones, and create a smoky eye that doesn't induce cravings for barbecue.
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    9472 Northeast 2nd Avenue
    Miami Shores, FL US
  • The Real Food Academy
    Maria T. Cummins was already an established chef when she moved to Miami and began teaching an after-school cooking program for children. Struck by how little her students knew about nutrition, she founded The Real Food Academy?formerly Cooking With Kids Miami?to instill healthy eating habits in her young apprentices. Here, she and her fellow skilled instructors lead classes and activities based around one simple philosophy: "we don't change the dish, we change the ingredients." During group sessions, birthday parties, and camps, Chef Maria and her team teach youngsters how to choose and prepare more nutritious, "real" foods, ensuring they avoid meals that are high in preservatives, chemicals, and plastic grapes. Non-edible offerings, such as spa days and kid-centric Zumba classes, promote healthy lifestyles.
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    9612 Northeast 2nd Avenue
    Miami Shores, FL US
  • Jewelry Creations Workshop
    At Jewelry Creations Workshop, carrying a torch for someone doesn't mean you have a crush on them—it means you're actually holding a torch for them while they tie their hair back and prepare to solder pieces of hand-made jewelry together. Named Best Jewelry Maker by the Miami New Times in 2013, the workshop team teaches wide-ranging techniques, from the aforementioned soldering to fold forming and enameling. Owner Steven Brownlee, who leads many of the sessions, has more than a decade of experience in the craft and uses it to teach cutting-edge techniques as well as the basics. In his introductory workshop, students get more than three hours to practice the fundamentals and craft a simple silver ring ideal for spontaneously proposing to a classmate.
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    1400 NE 131st St
    North Miami, FL US
  • Bass Lessons Miami
    Bass player, composer, and educator Agustin Conti boasts more than two decades of professional performing and recording experience in the United States, Europe, and South America. In 2005, he settled in South Florida, where he opened his own private teaching studio a year later. When he’s not leading classes at Miami Dade College, Conti schools students during in-person and virtual lessons for the four-, five-, and six-string electric bass; the upright bass; and the wall-mounted animatronic largemouth bass. The bilingual instructor uses a variety of teaching styles, such as letting students learn by ear or by reading the music.
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    1060 Northeast 120th Street
    Biscayne Park, FL US
  • Drummer Paradise
    Drummer Paradise's instructors would never reduce their art to mere banging. Far from it—the team champions drumming's benefits, from exercising cardio muscles to the mental demands of staying on beat. Of course, the main emphasis of lessons at Drummer Paradise is learning the instrument itself, a process that begins with honing skills such as reading music, as well as focusing on developing musical skills in child students. To enrich their rhythmic techniques, child and adult students alike can supplement their sessions with exercises from Drummer Paradise's library of 100-plus instructional books and DVDs. Once they've mastered the skins, pupils can even enter the Drummer Paradise studio to lay down a beat of their own.
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    13015 Northeast 14th Avenue
    North Miami, FL US
  • Yoga Place of Bay Harbor
    Yoga Place of Bay Harbor is a studio that truly welcomes students of all ages and fitness levels, from experienced students training for their instructor certification to toddlers attending their first class. The studio's Argentinean-born owners understand first-hand how important yoga can be for children?owner Paola Villegas first started practicing yoga as a child, as a way of healing after a severe car accident. Her co-owner, Maria Yantorno, oversees the studio's children's program, Fly Kids Yoga. Its classes help toddlers through preteens?including those with special needs?improve their coordination and focus while learning how to work through stress. But the women and their staff of instructors also lead a diverse schedule of classes for adults, including Vinyasa, Jivamukti, and prenatal yoga. In fact, Paola is a certified doula, and offers prenatal massage and Mommy & Me classes for any babies who aren't too cool to be seen with their moms in public.
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    1037 96th St
    Bay Harbor Islands, FL US

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