Applied Anatomy Institute 2700 8th St, Berkeley, CA94710 Applied Anatomy Institute offers classes and workshops on anatomy. You can learn privately, in small groups or large…More classes, about every part of the human body on topics like the rotator cuff, the muscles of the back and plantar fasciitis. Contact the owner and instructor, Joan Marie Passalacqua, to set up a class--or if you could use a good massage, as she is also a certified massage therapist.
Acupressure Institute 1533 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA94709 The Acupressure Institute, located near downtown Berkeley and close to the UC Berkeley campus, offers classes in Eastern…More healing technique. Classes include comprehensive training in various massage modalities. The center is quiet and peaceful, tucked back from the street, with a parking lot in front – a rarity in this area of Berkeley.
Bright Horizons at Bayer 921 Parker St, Berkeley, CA94710 Bright Horizons is a childcare provider with locations worldwide. This facility provides services for children ranging…More in age from infants to five years. Daily snacks are provides and classes are divided into groups based on age. Back-up care, parenting seminars and parents' night out programs are offered.
Thousand Oaks Elementary 830 Colusa Ave, Berkeley, CA94707 This North Berkeley school has an imposing new campus with large green fields and lots of play equipment, well set back…More from the street. Kids in fifth and sixth grades receive science enrichment, and kids from third grade up receive music enrichment. Check out the <a href="http://to.berkeleypta.org/">Thousand Oaks PTA website</a> for more information. Julianna Sikes is principal.
Shelton's Primary Education Center 1227 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA94702 Shelton’s Primary Education Center provides a safe environment for children between two and five years old. A…More typical day includes multiple meals, outside play time, class time, naps, arts and crafts and story time. There is a large play area in the back of the school, along with special shelves where children can place their belongings. Please note that tuition is due on the first of each month and you must pick up your child at closing time each day if you do not want to be charged an additional fee.
This office in Lower Sproul Plaza assists veterans, transfer students from community or other colleges, younger…More students who are financially independent, students who are also parents, and re-entry students, defined loosely as people who have been away from school five years or more. </p>
<p>The office has comfy couches and computer workstations, coffee, a microwave and a study pod for parents with toys and books for kids. Peer and professional counselors are on hand to help ease adult students into (or back into) the Cal experience. </p>
UC Berkeley-East Asian Languages and Cultures 3413 Dwinelle Hall, Berkeley, CA94720 The Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures is one of the oldest at Cal and boasts the university's first…More endowed professorship, dating all the way back to 1872. It offers undergraduate majors in Japanese and Chinese languages, as well as minors in Japanese, Chinese and Korean languages and in Buddhist studies. Master's and doctoral degrees are conferred in Japanese and Chinese; there is also a master's program in Asian studies. Ten-week summer intensive language courses in Japanese, Chinese and Korean are open to the public. The offices are on the third floor of massive, maze-like Dwinelle Hall; easiest access is from a side door off Cal Hall, opposite the Chinese lion statues.
Ackerman's Volvo Service 2220 San Pablo Ave, Berkeley, CA94702 Ackerman's Volvo Service is a AAA approved auto repair center. The shop specializes in fixing Volvos and can help you…More with brake problems, engine repairs, climate control issues and drive line malfunctions. Ackerman's also has a special shuttle service that can take you home and pick you back up when the repairs are completed. It is a certified green business that minimizes waste and complies with all environmental regulations, and the shop even donates five percent of profits to Berkeley schools.