Biologically speaking, we all have our own scent. Sometimes it smells reminiscent to roses and other times it’s eerily similar to three-year-old mustard. Evolving from our natural odor to something fruity, woodsy, spicy, or even citrusy, you’ll customize your own fragrance in this perfumery class. How does timber orange smell? Or maybe your fragrance should include a spruce of ginger? That’s up to you. Whatever it is, it’ll be a scentsational.
Did you finally step up and buy a real camera? No more camera phone and Instagram. To eliminate the “button-pressing” phase and hasten your route to amateur photography, you’ll need to uncover the fundamentals of photography: exposure, aperture, depth, and balance settings. It’s no easy task to capture Kodak moments. It takes time, practice, and a lot of luck.
What’s that in the air? It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Wait, it’s just Jimmy flying across the ceiling. Dangling from the sky and thrusting yourself from bar-to-bar, you’ll build a foundation on the trapeze. Like Cirque du Soleil, you’ll garner momentum-based skills to traverse through a room without ever falling to the ground. By the end you’ll soar...or be sore.
How many people does it take to tango? Really, it’s gotta be more than two. Maybe twelve or fifteen? Actually, it only takes one (and a body pillow). Mastering the classic, Argentine dance, you’ll turn heads as you glide across the dance floor. And it won’t be because of the Jasmine, your screen-printed pillow.
Flatten and crank. Simple process but way too much work for the average home cook. But no need to be alfredo. If you’ve never had homemade pasta, you knead it now. Interrupt your daily rotini and create a scrumptious assortment of pastas from three-cheese ravioli to tagliatelle. It’s too good to pass up. Do you see where we’re spahettin’ at?