Fitness & Health
SAY GOODBYE TO LARGE CLASSES OF 10+ PEOPLE. GIVE YOUR BODY THE ATTENTION IT DESERVES WITH EBP. WITH NO MORE THAN 6 CLIENTS PER CLASS, THE STAFF AT EBP IS DEDICATED TO HELPING YOU HARNESS STRENGTH POTENTIAL, ACHIEVE MOVEMENT GOALS AND FEEL EMPOWERED WHILE DOING IT.
Welcome to the San Juan Dance Family… A place where every student is provided with a positive learning environment. Our quality staff is comprised of certified teachers, many of whom are members of The Royal Academy of Dance (London), Dance Masters of America, and/or hold college degrees. Our two studios in downtown Los Altos include professional dance floors and large wall-size mirrors.
At SJD, we are committed to giving every student, based on their individual goals, the happiest and highest caliber of dance education possible.
More Than Kicking and Punching
Honor – At Sky Family Taekwondo, students learn to develop good moral character through the examples of our instructors, and discover the importance of demonstrating values of respect in everything they do.
Unity – Sky Family Taekwondo emphasizes the benefits of teamwork and views all students as part of the extended Sky Family. Students will find the support to work together and become future leaders.
Service – Students discover the virtue of humility through the act of helping one another and serving the community
About our founder Grandmaster Jun C. Yoon: Doctorate in Sports Management, the only 9th degree black belt in the Bay Area. World Games, Korean Nationals, and USA Nationals Gold Medalist, USA National team head coach, Referee Instructor US Olympic Committee, Referee Chairman US National Collegiate TKD Association.
Our World Class Instructors are practicing athletes with NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine) Certification and hold degrees from the Korea National Sport University, UC Berkeley, and UCLA.
Building a strong mind, body, & spirit since 1992.
A part of the Mountain View High School athletic department, Spartans Sports Camp (SSC) was originally the brainchild of John Payne, a former athletic director at MVHS. The camp’s direction was taken over by MVHS alum Doug Wiersig (‘05), who later enlisted Ricky Appler (‘07). The two worked together with the athletic department of MVHS to secure funds and promote the camp. Soon recruiting future counselors to help promote, Doug and Ricky hired high school students as counselors and began the inaugural day of camp on June 11th, 2012. The camp ran every week from then through the week of June 27th, not including the week of the Fourth of July. The camp continues to benefit the athletic program and has donated over $210,000 since it’s inception in 2012. Parents & campers continue to be thrilled with the experiences they have with Spartans Sports Camp, allowing for the camp’s continuation. This is now the sixth year of Spartans Sports Camp.