Personal Development in Petaluma


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  • NorCal Youth Football Camp
    The experienced coaches at Norcal Youth Football Camps teach players of all skill levels ages 7?14 to safely maximize their potential on and off the field. Entrust a fledgling fullback or young sacking sensation to camp director Ken Peralta and his perpetually Gatorade-soaked coaching staff for four days as they mold raw talent into finely tuned wide receivers, linebackers, and linemen. The first half of the camp, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., involves warm-ups and a defensive clinic before campers break for a half hour lunch. Lunch is followed by offensive clinics, games, and an autograph-perfecting tutorial to round out the day, which concludes at 2 p.m.
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    333 Casa Grande Road
    Petaluma, CA US
  • Drive Learning Technology
    It's important to figure out the basics of driving before hopping behind the wheel of an actual vehicle. igottadrive.com makes this learning experience a little more like the real thing, and offers a video library for students' driving tests. Igottadrive.com is a driver safety group that consists of a passionate team of instructors who are dedicated to saving lives through driver's education and training.
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    963 Transport Way #6
    Petaluma, CA US
  • Scribbles and Giggles
    Scribbles and Giggles started in founder Lisa Russell's garage in 1986 as a way to teach local children how to create art. Over time the business grew, and it now hosts classes in a three-building campus with a garden and play area. Classes help kids create 3D sculptures, illustrations, and paintings.
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    5435 Snyder Ln.
    Rohnert Park, CA US
  • Bennett Valley Union School District
    Today they’re playfully dubbed “The Boot Camp Guys,” but Jaron Eliopoulos and Jeffrey Sears were merely students of kinesiology when they met in 2005. After bonding over a shared passion for fitness, the two began to move toward their current nickname by leading boot camp on the side of personal-training jobs. But when their camp spread to two cities and more than 100 patrons, the amount it takes to overthrow a tyrannical couch potato, Jaron and Jeff could ignore their calling no more and LiveFit Boot Camp was born. Accountability is the glue that holds campers together at the sessions, which are held at parks all over the region. Jeff and Jaron dream up a new workout each day and turn it over to trainers who not only encourage the clients that attend, but also check in with no-shows to make sure they’re staying on track. Through combinations of sprinting, suspension training, kettlebell moves, and other exercises, the routines keep muscles guessing and attendees engaged.
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    2250 Mesquite Dr
    Santa Rosa, CA US
  • Fitness Revolution
    Fitness Revolution owner Jeff Larson and his team of trainers know all about breaking a sweat. Each day, they challenge their students with fitness classes that string cardio and resistance workouts into a challenging chain of intense exercise. They also understand that water and electronics don't mix—instead of hosting their classes inside gyms filled with treadmills and stationary bikes, they stage their regimens outdoors, fortifying their workouts with rejuvenating sunrays and the encouraging shrieks of onlooking robins.
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    Corner of Crane Ave and Grayson Ave.
    St. Helena, CA US
  • The Pottery Studio Napa
    Harnessing a background in both art and education, The Pottery Studio's owner aims to create a community gathering space where kids and adults can channel their individual creative urges into decorative or functional pottery, tiles, and mosaics. Amateur artists can grab provided brushes, dip them in eco-friendly and water-soluble paints, and then coat clay in any of more than 60 hues. Idea books are on hand to help aid in the design as one maneuvers stencils and sponges across mugs and plates, or kids and pets can learn to create a lasting impression without super-gluing themselves to the garage door by making clay hand- or footprints. Once ready, the professional staff dips each earthenware masterpiece into a clear glaze, fires it inside a kiln, and readies it to be picked up within one week. The pro potters also encourage each visiting artisan to bring coffee and snacks, and during evening hours, bottles of wine can tag along to refill adults' juice boxes.
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    632 4th St
    Santa Rosa, CA US