Martial arts at Spring Lake's US Taekwondo Center is a great workout that will leave you feeling Zen.
Through this series of fighting and self-defense movements, you can learn the ins and outs of MMA.
Engage and tone every muscle in your body and kick your way to fitness victory.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Two to Tango focuses on the Student. We go out of our way to make sure that your learning experience is everything you'd hoped it to be. We take requests at our Friday Night Socials and utilize your feedback to make our studio stronger! We are certainly a Students studio.
What's one tip for first-time students that will make them feel like veterans?
Bring a smile, an open mind and some sort of smooth soled shoe. Two to Tango is very friendly and works hard to make sure every new students feels like they've been attending our studio forever. It is also easier to dance in a smooth shoe as opposed to sneakers or something with a runner sole.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
The students. With all of my experience as a teacher, I saw how the owners and managers treated their students like a paycheck, Dancing is to emotional and mental for students to be a paycheck. I wanted a space the students could flourish with encouragement and a non-aggressive sales environment.
What do you love most about your job?
Again, the students. I would not have a business without the students. I take joy everyday knowing that dance class is the favorite part of my students week.
Everyday I see light bulbs going off and new choreography mastered, what more could I ask for?
When visitors come upon Carver’s Falls, it's easy to be awe-struck by the natural beauty of its forests and the waterfall at its heart. But there's far more than just scenic vistas at the falls—it has been transformed into an aerial playground. Wires cross the sky, connecting tree to tree. Every day, ZipQuest's guides lead birds-eye tours of the pristine landscape on their expansive zipline network or via the Swing Shot that swings riders like a pendulum above Carver's Creek.
Whether the lighting comes from the sun or helmet-mounted lamps, no fewer than two experienced guides lead guests through Carver's Falls' 2.5-hour course. Adventurers fly down eight ziplines—each designed for a long, leisurely glide or an adrenaline-pumping plunge—while pointing out local flora and fauna. Groups pause only to disembark on high platforms anchored to centuries-old trees. Floating spiral staircases and sky bridges, the longest of which stretches 210 feet, interconnect the platforms. A suspension bridge carries explorers over the falls to a zipline that runs parallel to its creek. At the end of the run, guests catch their breath while looking through the pictures their camera-wielding guide took.
More than 8,000 square feet of space comprise RedPoint, a climbing gym set in a renovated warehouse. Nearly every inch has been set aside for towering climbing walls and exercise equipment to help climbers shore up their skills.
Within these confines, a team of instructors is on hand to teach the skills needed to conquer the facility’s tricky bouldering routes. They can also teach the fundamentals of belaying, which will help you to scale any of the more than 30 onsite climbing stations for top roping, lead climbing, or washing windows on the state capitol building. Back at ground level, you can tone your physique on pull-up bars, rowing machines, and Olympic weights as well as in CrossFit classes, which work on building core strength and overall fitness. The facility also hosts various kid-focused activities such as lock-ins, birthday parties, and corporate retreats for mountain goats.