What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We always seek to have students get the most from the lessons. We adapt to each age and skill level easily to provide the best results. Additionally, we make it fun!
Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
We provide the piano (and music for purchase). You can bring your own music and please have a keyboard or piano at home.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
We want to spread the gift of music to others!
What do you love most about your job?
The difference between each student. Finding the best way each learns and maximizing on each person's ability.
"Tae kwon do" loosely translates to "the way of the foot and the fist." At Ultimate Leadership Martial Arts & TaeKwonDo, you'll learn how to use both appendages with precision and power. The instructors there specialize in teaching tae kwon do for all ages, starting as young as preschool. The Korean practice is a mixed martial art by nature, since it incorporates both the linear moves of karate and circular sweeps of kung fu. Teachers focus on the basics, such as balance and coordination at Lil Dragons for children and work on more advanced moves at teen and adult classes.
Dance By Teri coordinates some of the best theater in Springboro. From the moment the curtain draws, you'll be having a great time.
Personal trainers are also available to work with those who prefer an individualized work out regimen.
Amaze yourself with the terrific results of a cross fit workout.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
After finding great joy as an art teacher for more than a decade, Laura Carter and her husband Andy, decided to take their love of art outside the traditional classroom and establish Raise Your Brush. A short time later, the art studio, which unites painting lessons with social drinking, began to garnish high praise for it’s casual atmosphere. Such praise came from both customers as well as local media outlets including Living Dayton.
During each painting class—Laura’s most popular offering—students are first encouraged to loosen up with a glass of wine or beer from the studio’s newly remodeled bar. Students then cozy up to tables to make the most of the included supplies, ranging from aprons to acrylic paints to blank, potential-packed canvasses. In the ensuing hours, amateur artists recreate the evening’s theme-specific image with the help of Laura’s artistic eye and articulate tongue. Though the themes constantly change, past images have included cityscapes, a fleur de lis, and moonrises. Regardless of the night’s theme, all students are free to take their homework straight home to display on any already vibrant mantle or surprisingly lonely family room wall.
Joshua Baxter was born to move. As a child he was so entrenched in his family's auction business that when Joshua was 16, his father pulled him aside and told him it was time to take an active role. So, Joshua took his driver's test in the truck the family used to pick up merchandise, and at 19 he bought his own truck, handling the transportation of the often-valuable antiques. That skill and preternatural understanding of merchandise transportation led to the birth of Here To There Movers. Now, Joshua has trucks headquartered in five Midwest cities.
Here To There Movers' technicians know that the transport of belongings from one abode to another is one of life's most stressful affairs, even more than interviewing for a position at the local bomb diffusery. The licensed and insured staff can arrive at a moment's notice, equipped to handle bookshelves, boxes, and pianos. Here To There provides a frequently asked questions page and moving tips for the befuddled house-swapper or recreational vagrant.
The artists at Wine and Canvas awaken their students’ inner Rembrandts and Van Goghs with classes that pair a featured painting with specialty cocktails and wines. The mobile studio’s monthly calendar includes themed classes in which instructors expound on the nuances of painting Parisian street lamps, Japanese flowers, or Venetian cityscapes. The master painters—many of them local artists—provide step-by-step instructions while students mimic each stroke and periodically dip their brushes into glasses filled with crimson cabernet. Each of the studio’s various drink-friendly venues boasts a specialty libation selected to incite creativity or conversations with fellow painters. When the artistic frenzy concludes, students return home with a finished masterpiece large enough to conceal any wall safe or mirror portal.