Battle Rifle Pro Taggers
This class is full-body flow where you explore various postures and fundamental principles of yoga.
This all-levels goat, slow flow class is beginner-friendly and great for all yogis due to its foundation-building style that stimulates every muscle through meditation, movement, and breath at a moderate, but intuitive pace. During this class, students have the opportunity to connect with themselves as well as our friendly goats who are interacting with each student and offering their saaaa-pport.
The Domination Cube
The Domination Cube is perfect for creating strategic games of capturing and securing areas on the battlefield.
The Utility Box
The Utility Box has multiple uses, primarily this is how you respawn back into the game after being tagged out back at your base. All you have todo to get back into the game is stand in front of the box and every five seconds it sends out a signal to respawn you. The Utility Box can also be found out in the field, sometimes this can give you a new weapon, more ammo, or health upgrades. It can also be set up to be something you have to shoot to complete an objective.
- Aim with both eyes open when looking down your scope!
- Don’t stick your head out in the same spot twice, or prepare to get hit.
- Wear dark clothes, camo would be best.
- Bring dollar bills for the vending machine on the playing field, you will need to stay hydrated.
To achieve your objectives and complete the mission you have to work as a Team. The first game is team deathmatch which gets you used to tagging your opponents out and how to respawn behind the base. Each game is around five to 10 minutes, so you play multiple types of games during your session time.
As the session progresses, the games require more team strategy. Gather your team and decide how to attack, you may want to go in with teams of three or four players to try to reach your mission’s goals.
The taggers use infrared technology that can’t be seen or hurt your eyes. All of them have green dot scopes so you can target your opponent. Each team has a unique muzzel flash color that is easily seen.
Laser tag is generally safe but any time you are running around on uneven ground there is a potential for injury. Players in the heat of the battle are excited and when the adrenaline is pumping could accidentally run into each other, hit each other with equipment, or fall over each other. Bumps, bruises, skinned knees, and elbows are common place. This is not like sitting on your couch playing games, it’s real life, action-packed fun.
We suggest camouflage and hiking boots for good support for your ankles as you are playing on uneven ground. Don’t be the one that wears bright colors and stands out!