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Toni and Guy Hairdressing Academy lets you take control of your whole look by selecting from any of its beauty services like make up application.
With services like hair cuts, color and highlights, updos, and perms, this salon has something for everyone.
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Before Jordyn Palmer founded Edge Performing Arts and Dance, she unleashed her powerful pipes on the stages of Carnegie Hall and Avery Fischer Hall. These experiences, along with holding starring roles in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown and Jane Eyre, readied Palmer to lead fledgling singers and actors toward their own performance goals. Along with dance teacher Sanna James, Palmer leads private lessons, group classes, and summer camps that focus on stage presence, self-confidence, and turning every Shakespearean sonnet into a dance number.
One of the largest cosmetology schools in the northwest, Gene Juarez Academy instructs students to skillfully style hair under the watchful eye of licensed and experienced instructors. While making their way through the program, students perfect their skills on the bustling salon floor by snipping, coloring, and styling tresses. Guests not only receive these services at a discounted rate, but also get a unique, behind-the-scenes glimpse of the process via the instructor’s running commentary.
Extraordinary art exhibitions and beautiful collections can be found at Art Spot in Edmonds.
Check out the restaurant at this museum for a delicious meal.
With its kid-friendly vibe, this museum is a great spot for families.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So what are you waiting for? Pay this art museum a visit today and check out the latest exhibits.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
The Andrew White School of Music (AWSOM) is one of the fastest growing music schools in the Pacific Northwest. We offer lessons to over one hundred students around Seattle and the Eastside in the comfort of their own home. Why battle the traffic rushing around on I-5 and 405 when we can come to you!
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
We will provide you with everything you need during your lesson. If you don't have a guitar yet, our experienced teacher will be sure to bring one for you during the lesson. All we ask is students are ready for a fun, interesting and musically captivating 45 minutes of rocking out on the guitar!
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
AWSOM was founded in January 2014 when Andrew, the founder, saw the need for music lessons in students homes. At the time Andrew had 65 students and a wait list that was growing like crazy! So in came John, another piano teacher to help out. And now we have Michaud teaching the guitar!
What do you love most about your job?
We love getting to bring the sound of music into so many homes around Seattle and the Eastside. Getting to spend time showing children and adults how an instrument works and how to best play it is an eye opening thing that can captivate them for the rest of their life!
Dirk Dahl discovered the joy of ceramics in high school when his artistic nature immediately took to the elegant accidents and random, dramatic shapes even a beginner could coax from clay. Ceramics became the bread and butter of his long artistic career, but—like many artists—he found his studio confining, and sought a way to interact with more people. That's when he decided to start teaching, an exercise that compelled him to create Dahl Arts Ceramic Studio as a way to introduce people to his beloved ceramic arts.
"Every time I teach a class or workshop, I learn something," remarks Dirk. Watching his students experiment for the first time or hundredth time in one of his many classes or workshops inspires the sculptor to experiment in his own work, from sculpting faces into pottery to reassembling the broken shards of old pieces into Frankenstein's flatware. The results have landed his work in international juried and invitation exhibitions and even allowed him to open his own personal gallery in Santa Monica, California.