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  • The X Kids Tech Camp
    At The X Kids Tech Camp, kids take charge of the future. More specifically, they master the cutting-edge robotics technology that will shape the future, honing their creativity and engineering skills in the process. Using tools such as LEGO's robotics-oriented Mindstorm sets, youngsters can build their own toys in hands-on camp sessions. Alternatively, they can learn to program mini land-drones capable of rolling, zigzagging, and jumping more than six inches in the air.
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    624 Masonic Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
  • San Francisco Circus Center - 755 Frederick St
    Your gym might have a trampoline and climbing ropes, but what about Chinese poles and a flying trapeze rig? Circus Center has all of the above, plus other equipment necessary for doing "anything in the air, upside down, backwards, and seemingly impossible." The nonprofit center welcomes students to defy gravity with a diverse class curriculum and seasoned instructors from circuses in several countries. Though some offerings, such as Aerial Doubles, require a certain level of experience, many are geared toward total beginners. Circus newbies can experiment with juggling and tightrope walking or practice Mongolian-based contortion techniques and learn how to fit inside a stubborn pickle jar and open it from there. Trapeze classes even allow students to attempt a catch during their first-ever class. Circus Center is also home to a Clown Conservatory, where workshops focus on slapstick humor, comedic timing, and show creation. Additionally, on Wednesdays and Fridays, the gym opens up for a free two-hour Circus Skills Jam?a practice session for students of all ages.
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    755 Frederick St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • The Culinary Salon
    Chef Joe Mittenbrook hosts several classes per month at his personal culinary salon. The focus changes from class to class: one day, it’s French sauces, the next, it’s grilled cheese. Along with cuisine and techniques from a wide array of cultures, chef Joe mixes in bits of history and entertaining anecdotes to make each intimate gathering even more enjoyable.
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    16 Sanchez St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Verlocal
    Your city is filled with talented people?artists, scholars, entrepreneurs?many of whom are utter strangers. Verlocal seeks to change that, hooking residents up with local insiders in everything from art studios to executive suites. After creating an account, users gain access to a marketplace of workshops, tours, and classes curated by the experts themselves. Through Verlocal, anyone can tap into a part of their city?or their own imagination?they might not otherwise get to explore, whether it's learning to paint within an artist's loft or interacting with the giant, sentient brain that oversees a local university.
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    439 Guerrero St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Yogic Motion
    Yogic Motion is not your average yoga studio?it's much hotter. The experienced staff specializes in teaching heated-room yoga to beginners and those with physical limitations (chronic injuries, pregnancy, lack-of-being-really-hot, etc.).
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    2410 California St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • City Pulse Acupuncture
    As a little girl, Rachel Hemphill listened wide-eyed to her great-aunts' tales of living and practicing acupuncture in China. Inspired by these stories, Rachel pursued a master of science in traditional Chinese medicine, then entered a clinical training program at Yue Yang Hospital. Today, she presides over City Pulse Acupuncture, where she carries on her great-aunt's lineage as a practitioner of the ancient art of acupuncture. The practice hasn't changed much over the millennia. Rachel traces constellations of entry points in the body before carefully inserting micro needles into them. This helps her manage energy flow and promote circulation in her customer's bodies, easing maladies that range from stress and arthritis to headaches caused by thinking about the physics of a black hole. She plucks colorful jars of raw or powdered herbs off wooden shelves to pair with patients or sends those suffering from muscular tension to massage therapist Jonathan Whitehorn. Whitehorn practices tui na massage, a Chinese therapeutic modality that soothes aches while enhancing energy flow and circulation. City Pulse Acupuncture also welcomes women hoping to conceive naturally or with assisted reproductive technologies. Drawing on five years of intense study with renowned fertility expert Dr. Lifang Liang, Hemphill develops personalized plans to enhance their fertility more effectively than blackmailing a stork.
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    513 Valencia St
    San Francisco, CA US
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