In 2005, The Drum Lab became Sacramento’s first and only school of drumming. Since then, the Rocklin destination hasn’t skipped a beat in its mission to elevate the standards of musical education. Voted one of the Best Places to Learn to Play Music by CBS Sacramento and the 2012 winner of Best Music Instruction from the KCRA 3 A-List, the school fuels students with the technical know-how and confidence to master their favorite songs, then instills them with the desire to expand their musical horizons.
Based upon stylistic preference, students are paired with one of The Drum Lab’s gifted instructors, who specialize in genres that include rock, jazz, R & B, hip-hop, Latin, and gospel. Once a week, in 30-minute sessions, future John Bonhams and lil’ Gene Krupas learn to play in synchronicity with their instructor in acoustically crisp lab rooms fitted with two drum kits and a playback system with headphones. The school encourages students to beat their way out of comfort zones by periodically switching genres and instructors, helping them develop a comprehensive knowledge of drumming techniques and easing the nerves of insomniac rock drummers who fear waking up in a jazz quartet.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
I offer excellent customer-oriented tutoring, with focus on academic achievement and learning made easy.
I offer paper editing, in both MLA and APA, help with homework, I teach effective learning skills, and I also do interview prep and coaching. I have 10 years of tutoring and teaching experience.
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
Depending on the case, students need to bring their homework, their textbook/s, personal laptop or electronic device, and a notepad for notes.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
I am extremely passionate about teaching and tutoring, about meeting new people, and about helping them become their absolute best in terms of fostering growth and achieving their academic and professional goals.
What do you love most about your job?
Helping students become successful and gaining confidence are two aspects of my job that I love the most.
Hone your artistic hobby with help from Loomis' The Tin Thimble.
You'll be astonished by the diverse selection of souvenirs and memorabilia at The Tin Thimble in Loomis.
Towels are a great accent to any bathroom. Choose from some of their high-quality towels and linens.
Whether you're an artist or just an admirer, come check out the collection of exclusive handcrafted artwork.
Wall decorations such as curtains are sure to catch your eye, so stop in and see what else is on hand.
At The Tin Thimble, you won't have to worry about forgetting where you parked. There are plenty of parking spaces nearby for you to choose from.
When you're ready to dabble in some designs of your own, The Tin Thimble is your arts and crafts haven.
Education shouldn't end when the last school bell rings. That's the mantra that drives instructors at Sierra College Community Education, where adults rediscover their love of learning through engaging, illuminating classes. Designed for learners ages 18 and up, these short, grade-free courses allow students to strengthen their connection to source material without worrying about passing or failing. Classes also cover practical subject matter; the course catalog contains everything from classes on photography and home decorating to lessons on 3D printing and more. Below, we've picked out a few of our favorites:
Beginning Ukulele. Learn the twin arts of strumming and finger picking during this four-week introduction to the iconic Hawaiian instrument.
Travel Writing: Cathedrals & Cream Soda. In this introduction to travel writing, students hone their talent for description and scene-setting through an on-location project about a destination of their choice.
WordPress: Build Your Own Self-Hosted Website or Blog. Over the course of four weekly sessions, students register a domain name, install WordPress, and execute the basics of web design and operation.
Tarot for Beginners. Using the cards they brought from home, students learn the history and meaning behind the ancient symbol and practice making readings for both themselves and others.
Motors zip around the All American Speedway, reaching speeds of up to 90 mile per hour and jockeying for first place in a display that emulates a professional car race. But behind the wheel of each real racecar is a beginner who’s picked up his or her skills from one of Spectator Racing’s experienced instructors, many of whom are former racing champions. Decked out in a fire suit and helmet, drivers execute turns during practice laps, qualifying races, and in the main event—a Saturday-night showdown that concludes with a trophy presentation and motor-oil sundaes for top finishers. Spectator Racing’s driving experiences are designed for visitors with little to no racing experience, and its instructors take the time to go over small details about performance after they watch their pupils practice.
When you have a free day, head to Jazzercise in Roseville for a day packed full of fun.
Take advantage of the aerobics classes offered. You won't know where the time has gone while you're having fun working out.
Combining self-defense techniques with high-intensity cardio, these kickboxing classes offer the ultimate full-body workout.
Define a new body with the help of the fantastic team of personal trainers available at this location.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So if you're looking for a fun time, make plans to visit Jazzercise.