TEAM Arizona Motorcyclist Training has trained more than 100,000 motorcyclists in the ways of safe and secure riding. A staff of 70 RiderCoaches, including more female RiderCoaches than any organization in the country, impart basic to advanced riding skills, allowing students to translate classroom lessons into on-the-road expertise. At TEAM Arizona’s 5-acre training range in Gilbert, experienced students sharpen their abilities at Skills Practice sessions. Advanced and Total Control students master high-challenge, low-threat coursework, including treacherous trail braking while completing 1099 tax forms.
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There's no party quite like a painting party, but Arte Bella Painting is always searching for new ways to turn up the fun. For starters, the instructors switch up the venue and featured artwork for each session. Their art-class-on-wheels travels around town, stopping off nightly at bars and restaurants for painting parties that provide participants with everything—supplies, instructions, ruffled collar—they need to create their very own masterpiece. Groups are coached through each piece step by step, and all are encouraged to sip on drinks and snack on food throughout the class.
After a life-changing car accident, Steps Dance and Fitness Studio owner Melissa Watkins thought she had lost her ability to dance for good. Through gradual exercise and her discovery of Zumba, Melissa gained a passion and appreciation for motion, which she shares with all who step onto the studio's wheat-hued hardwood floors. Instructors lead a multitude of classes that include weightlifting sessions to tone muscles and slow-paced workouts that forge the core strength needed to carry boulders to see the ocean for the first time. From beneath the raspberry walls, strains of music hint at the cumbia, merengue, and salsa tunes that fuel up-tempo dance sessions.
Fanny Galore’s name says it all, as the burlesque dancer and instructor owes much of her success to the way she moves her derrière. Fanny is a member and co-founder of Tucson’s Don't Blink Burlesque, and she performs throughout the area in a range of costumes and characters. Combining traditional dance training with sultry moves, Fanny also imparts her wisdom to newcomers during classes and workshops held at Fanny’s Fox Den.