What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We offer on-camera workshops and provide video links to students' work.
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
Materials are provided and students can also bring materials that they want to work on. Youth classes are on Tuesdays and Thursdays 6p-8p Adults are 8-10:30p The Groupon is for 2-hour classes for one month.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
I inherited this business and took it over as my dream job. I am passionate about what I do and encourage you to be as well!
What do you love most about your job?
The greatest success is seeing my students working in the industry, and watching them grow as working actors.
Foxy Fitness Studio & Pole specializes in group fitness classes for all levels of experience with a flirty twist. The course names—such as Foxy Boxing, Chair Fit, and Sexy Conditioning—speak to the venue's playful atmosphere, which is as supportive as it is sultry: instructors welcome women of all experience levels to tone their muscles and let loose. In addition to fitness classes, they lead gravity-defying pole-dance and aerial silk sessions. Complete beginners can sign up for an introductory pole-dancing class, which covers basic spins and floor-work. From there, students progress to building their own routines, practicing inversions, and bending the pole at a right angle for truly impressive moves.
Sports fans flock to Ocoee's Watters School of Irish Dancing for a fun day away.
Dancing is a great way to express yourself and an easy way to avoid the gym, so why not sign up for a class at Watters School of Irish Dancing?
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
The teachers at Wine and Canvas believe anyone can be artist. In fact, they draw out skills from people who have never even held a paintbrush before. To do this, they guide participants step-by-step through the process of replicating a painting during three-hour classes held at different restaurants and bars throughout the city.
To keep each class fresh, they regularly change up the selected masterpieces, which can be anything from the Eiffel Tower at night to an abstract rendering of trees. No matter what and where they teach, though, they always supply students with all the necessary accoutrements, including paints, canvases, aprons, and pronunciation guides for realistic French-accents. The one thing they don't supply is wine, allowing guests to choose for themselves what to drink at the venues' full bars.
These nights on the town are for adults only, but they do host kid-friendly cookie and canvas nights for children wanting to discover or flex their artistic chops.
Meet Nannette. She's a former professional ballroom competitor with a slew of competition wins under her belt, but that's not as important as what she'll do for you. Alongside her staff of similarly talented dancers, Nannette cultivates a fun, inclusive, and laid back atmosphere while helping students perfect their ballroom footwork with classes in popular styles such as swing, waltz, tango, and cha-cha. Men, women, and even children learn how to twist and spin at all of Nannette's six locations, where guests can get exercise, relieve stress, and meet new dance-savvy people while having fun. The studio also offers private lessons in clients' homes or in their favorite supermarket aisles.
Silly Star Sally proclaims on her webpage that her profession is to create fun, and it seems that the stars of her portfolio would agree. The slideshow crawl is packed with grinning children, their faces masked by designs of jungle cats, butterflies, and googly-eyed monsters. The artist's cache of designs is ever-expanding, with options including favorite superheroes, cartoon characters, and the child's own face painted on the child's own face on the child's own face.