SIGNING Basics' instructors help their students learn to speak without uttering a word. Through private lessons and group classes, they teach American Sign Language to students of all ages and backgrounds. Introductory lessons lead students through the basics of the sign-language alphabet and movements. Advanced classes show students how to carry conversations, enabling them to communicate effectively or correct baseball coaches' faulty “charge the mound” gestures. Instructors also offer workshops that impart basic techniques for businesses and groups.
Pistol Training CT teaches eight-hour private firearms lessons and NRA courses in pistols and personal protection in the home.
Instructors combine classroom sessions with live-fire practice at a private sportsman's club.
Meet the Instructor
Pistol Training CT's team includes NRA-certified instructor Tom Bobrowski, who brings more than 25 years of military and law-enforcement experience to his classes.
Instructors at Frank Corbo’s aren't satisfied with simply imparting martial-arts techniques to the kids, teens, and adults they take under their professionally trained wings. In addition to teaching proper form, instructors aim to instill students with confidence, self-discipline, and tenacity that pupils can take with them when they leave the mirrored facility's blue mat. The studio belongs to Black Belt Schools International, which helps the staff stay updated on new techniques, teaching methods, nutritional science, and laundering techniques to ensure belt colors never fade. In addition to karate, the schedule includes classes on self-defense for adults and kids, fitness kickboxing, and mixed martial arts.
Glastonbury's All Star Kids is the great place for a sports fan to spend a Saturday, or any day for that matter.
Take your body to its limits with their high-intensity MMA classes.
Pack quite the punch practicing kickboxing.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Nelson Molina had just graduated from medical school when a chance encounter
changed his life's path. Every day, he'd stop by a local cafe for lunch, and every day, he'd run into a crowd of fellow customers who seemed astonishingly relaxed and happy. Convinced by their laid-back demeanor that they must be fishermen by trade, he asked?and discovered that they spent their mornings working the stock market, and had the freedom to spend their afternoons hanging out with their families or watching cat videos. He decided then and there to change careers.
He started trading penny stocks, bond futures, equities, and options, and he's been an independent trader since 2010. Wanting to share his success with others, he started McBillion.com, which trains students to read the market's crucial indicators to find their own success.
When she’s not teaching creative writing or crafting award-winning songs, Kate Callahan helps high school seniors channel their own creativity into college essays. A 12-year artist-in-residence in West Hartford public schools, Kate walks students through essay-writing step-by-step, from brainstorming to revision. Along the way, she shows pupils how to incorporate creative elements into their pieces, such as dialogue or building suspense. For students who already have an essay ready, Kate happily makes content or grammar suggestions during her one-on-one Skype or in-person sessions. Along with seniors, she extends her services to juniors, who can develop and refine their pieces a full year ahead of the application grind in senior year.