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|13 Nov 2020||Healing Touch for Animals||The Hyatt Place, Denver|
|16 Oct 2020||Healing Touch for Animals EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION ENDS THIS WEEKEND||The Hyatt Place, Denver|
|30 Sep 2020||Visionquest & Goal Setting Workshop||Archipelago Clubs, Denver|
|28 Sep 2020||Childbirth Refresher Workshop Online||Belly Bliss, Denver|
|01 Nov 2020||Family Class - Sweet Apple Pie||Whimsy Studios Denver - Paint, Sip & Shop at Northfield|
|30 Sep 2020||VIRTUAL Belly Yoga||Belly Bliss, Denver|
|01 Nov 2020||Family Class - Frida II||Whimsy Studios Denver - Paint, Sip & Shop at Northfield|
|30 Oct 2020||Frida II||Whimsy Studios Denver - Paint, Sip & Shop at Northfield|
|03 Oct 2020||IN STUDIO CLASS Swan Song Sat Oct 3rd 1pm 35||Sipping N' Painting Hampden, Denver|
|02 Oct 2020||IN STUDIO CLASS Supermoon Fri Oct 2nd 630pm 35||Sipping N' Painting Hampden, Denver|
With most of the year having sunny weather, Denver is most definitely among the active cities of the country. This means that there are a host of activities and workshops in Denver which are not only fun but also useful for you in some way or other. Cooking classes in Denver are top choices in deciding on workshops to enroll in, and so are the spin classes – there are a whole lot of interesting workshops in Denver to participate in.
There are a lot of awesome cooking classes in Denver, and some of them have been mentioned here. The Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts may sound intimidating, but the fact remains that it is one of the best in the city. Each of the courses that they provide is incredibly hands-on, and you can perfect everything from making sauces to steaks depending upon what you choose. Escoffier chefs are some of the best trained in the world, and you get the chance to learn directly from them. The Cook Street School of Culinary Arts has an interesting story behind it and is also among the best in the city. The owner, Morris Hecox was so enticed by the culinary arts that he left his job as an attorney just to take it up full time.
No discussion of dance classes in Denver is complete without a mention of Tease Studio, which teases pole dancing to the students. With over 50 classes scheduled every week, the classes are comprehensive and varied according to the experience levels of the students. It is a fun way to stay fit, and definitely worth the time you spend on it. Dance2B is a conventional dance class, and the styles taught there range from Hip Hop to Jazz and Ballet. The trainers are known to have a great attitude, and you can go there to learn a dance style from scratch. If you are a sucker for aerial dance classes, you should check out the Gravity Aerial Arts dance classes in Denver. Go and learn how to fly, spin and dance on aerial silks and have fun while you are at it!
Spin classes are an amazing way to stay fit and are fun to do too. CycleBar offers one of the best spin classes in Denver, and it is not just a way to stay fit – it is an experience. The CycleTheatre or the studio is a place to relax and even meditate on the cycle – you can even compete with other cyclists while you are at it. High Ride also sets a similar ambiance for your cycling sessions, and the place is sure to stay with you.
Diving is a skill you might not have thought you would learn in Denver, but the Denver Divers have some great comprehensive workshops for scuba diving. On the other hand, Backyard Hive is the place to go to if you want to learn the basics of beekeeping and harvesting honey. You also get to learn a lot about bees, and how they play a part in our lives. Top photography workshops in Denver could be found in David Lynn Photography, the Denver School of Photography and Mike’s Camera Photography school.