Sloane Cameron began her Taekwondo training in 1996, at the age of nine. She received her black belt in 1999, and currently holds the rank of 4th degree black belt. After completing her bachelor’s degree at the University of Oregon, she completed the Moo Do Instructor program. She is a current record holder in Female Power Breaking and competes on the world arena. Ms Cameron currently teaches at her new facility: Northwest Ninja Park. Also check out her website: womenspowerbreaking.com
Tim Greathouse began martial art training in 1989 while attending Purdue University. He earned his black belt in Tae Kwon Do in 1993. After earning his Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences from the University of Illinois, he participated in and successfully completed his Instructor’s Certification program.
Mr. Greathouse founded the Core Star Center in Eugene, OR in 1999 as a Tae Kwon Do academy. Since then, the Core Star Center has grown in its offerings and now includes other martial arts, yoga, and music and dance programs. Mr. Greathouse teaches both Adult and Children’s Tae Kwon Do classes as well as Hatha Yoga and an Adaptive Movement and Yoga class for those with special needs.
Mr. Greathouse currently hold a 7th Degree Blackbelt in Taekwondo and a 1st Degree Blackbelt in Hapkido.
Find balance, develop physical strength, gain greater flexibility and practice strong breathing.
$5 walk-in, all levels welcome. Tu & Th 10 – 11am.
Tuesdays noon – 1pm & occasionally on Fridays 11 – 11:50am. Please come to the Tuesday class to inquire about the Friday schedule. Taught by Tyrone Angolia.
Samba Já is Eugene’s own bateria – a thirty-member mobile percussion ensemble. They specialize in playing wild, funky, infectious, and incredibly danceable street music from all over Brazil and the Americas, from the sounds of Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro to original adaptations of old-school hip hop. Diverse, playful, and innovative, Samba Já recently celebrated its ninth birthday.
Mon & Wed 7:30pm – 9:30pm
Lada is Russian-born and emigrated to the US in 1990, just prior to the collapse of the Soviet Union. She studied gymnastics through the age of 15. When she moved to Eugene in 1996 with her family, there wasn’t an adult gymnastics class in town so she found that yoga was the perfect evolution where she could learn and grow physically as well as spiritually. 20 years later, she’s still an avid student of different types of yoga and loves to lead yoga classes. She got her hatha yoga teacher diploma in 2014. Her style combines traditional yoga asanas with her playful spirit.
She currently teaches TGIF Yoga on Fridays at noon in the main room. All levels welcome! Sliding scale $8+
All are welcome to this Hatha Yoga class. Come learn, practice and share. Increase flexibility, strength and calmness of mind. Hatha yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice. Om shanti. $5
Mon, Wed, Fri 9am – 10:15am with John Perry