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Cornrow 101 is a beginner class for those who want to learn how to cornrow using just the fingertips. Whether you are trying to learn how to cornrow for hairstyling, extensions, or up-dos, this class is the foundation to achieving these styles! In this class, you will learn how to hold the hair between your fingertips while picking up hair to form a cornrow braid. You will also learn basic partings for simple cornrow designs.
TEXTURE STYLIST classes are designed and taught by licensed Instructors to insure orderly, effective, and applicable education. Guest Artists with notable experience will also host classes assisted by a licensed Instructor.
LILY TALAMAIVAO/Owner & Licensed Instructor
Lily received her Cosmetology license in 2007 from South Seattle Community College. Following graduation, she was offered an intern position at a prestigious salon in downtown Seattle called RED. After internship, she landed a stylist position at an AVEDA concept salon, XAZZ. At XAZZ, she began teaching braiding classes for parents that had children with curly textures of hair. In 2009, she branched off to be an independent contractor at Foxycut Salon in Pioneer Square where she is still working as a Stylist. In 2012, her love for education encouraged her to pursue an Instructors license from Seattle Central Community College. Shortly after, she was hired as the Lead Night Instructor at Tint School of Makeup & Cosmetology located in downtown Seattle where she taught for 2yrs while also working at Foxycut during the day.
Lily enjoys working with all textures and genres of hair. Her clientele varies from haircolor, precision cutting to providing specialty services including braids, locs, updos and extensions. In 2013, she finished 2nd place for a hairshow at the Seattle Center under the braiding category. Lily has 20yrs of braiding experience beginning when she was a freshman in High School. Her inspiration was Alicia Keys inconic braids when she first hit the music scene. Her passion for braiding lead her to Cosmetology school so she refers to braiding as her ‘first love’.
In 2016, Lily began TEXTURE STYLIST to address the need for continuing education that was local and affordable. It is her hope that the diverse classes TEXTURE STYLIST will offer can help professionals become more versatile in their skills and broaden the services they can offer.
This class is open to all youth (ages 6 & above), and is a fun and challenging class for students of varying experience levels to participate in. Students will work closely with Dog Pound Crew members Bobby Drake and Sammy to learn and master the art of breakdance (or “breaking”). Each participant can opt into the “Student of the Month” system, where instructors will acknowledge the top students each month by entering a local competition alongside them. Students will have opportunities to perform at local events and attend various out-of-class field trips. At the end of each year, students that stay enrolled will also have the opportunity to travel out of state to one of the largest competitions in breaking.
Burn up to 600 calories in one fun and powerfully effective 60-minute total body workout. Every Jazzercise group dance fitness class combines dance-based cardio with strength training and stretching to sculpt, tone and lengthen muscles for maximum fat burn. Choreographed to today’s hottest music, Jazzercise is a fusion of jazz dance, aerobic exercise, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, and kickboxing. Start dancing yourself fit and change the shape of your body today! Classes available Monday and Thursday evenings, and Saturday mornings.
One Accord Karate teaches Hayashi-Ha Shito-Ryu Karate. Karate training helps in developing self-awareness, and to develop both physical and emotional control. The skills and attitudes you acquire will help you in all facets of life. Karate training is more of a competition with oneself and students learn focus, confidence, and self-control. The environment is ideal for those who love physical activity but shy away from the pressures often associated with team sports. It is a place to build positive relationships, strengthen value systems, and learn important life skills.
Join us Monday nights, 6:30-8:00, in the Movement Studio!
Modern Basics – for ages 5-7 (kindergarten and older)
- Tuesdays 5:00-6:00 pm
- Winter (8 weeks; $145): Jan 24, 31, Feb 7, 14, 28, March 7, 14, 21
- Spring: (6 weeks; $110): May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, June 6
- Taught by Courtney Scheel
- Class is full; contact to be added to a waiting list
Classes are most appropriate for adults looking for aerobically challenging and creative choreography. Classes are fast paced, but simple enough for you to catch on and be up to speed within a few weeks, and students are friendly and supportive in welcoming newcomers to classes. Classes available on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings.
Drop in Fee: $16.00
Punch Card: $135.00
The Cabiri have been teaching aerial arts in Seattle since 2006. Come explore silks, trapeze, aerial sling, hoop, and more with the professional performing artists of the troupe. Each class features a thorough warmup, technical instruction in the air, conditioning and flexibility exercises especially tailored to adult students. Classes are appropriate for students beginning through intermediate levels. No previous dance or aerial training is required. Classes available on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
Drop in classes: $20.
Class cards: five classes for $85 or ten classes for $160. Class cards are valid for six months.
Frog Hollow School is a weekly writing program for homeschoolers. Frog Hollow offers three separate classes for ages seven through twelve: Wednesdays in Carnation and Thursdays and Fridays in Seattle. Classes accept students on a rolling basis as space allows.
Frog Hollow School focuses on the following areas/activities for students: