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Stay Emotionally Healthy
with Stasia Minkowsky
This class will teach you how to stay emotionally healthy, learn techniques for self-care, and gain the skills to be able to say "no." Students will be informed of additional resources and books in order to continue their work.
Managing High Blood Pressure: The Heartmath Approach
with Monica Dawe
This approach will help you regulate your blood pressure at the source -- the heart level -- and reduce the stress that causes high blood pressure. In as little as 90 days you can reset your baroreceptor systems and lower your blood pressure. The Heartmath approach is drug free, safe, clinically validated, and no math will be used in the class.
with Sarah Cummings
It is not necessary to have completed Piloxing I in order to participate. Come dressed in workout attire or loose clothing. This class is intended to be barefoot, but you can wear socks with treads or shoes if you prefer. Please bring a towel, yoga mat, and water. This class will take place at Montello Elementary School 407 East Avenue Lewiston.
with Margery Landis
The ukulele has experienced a huge revival worldwide and here is your chance to take part with no prior musical experience necessary. Students will learn to read music and play songs by picking and strumming. All students must bring their own soprano, concert or tenor ukulele that is in good working order using standard C tuning.
Transforming Behavior: The Struggle to Change
with Monica Dawe
Struggling to make positive changes in your life? Learn the difference between willpower and heart intent to create a life that aligns with what is truly important to you. Learn how to manage your personal energy through techniques that enable you to recharge, renew, and recover from stressful events. Learn why change is so difficult and how our physiological patterns can be restructured by altering the heart and brain communication to open up new ways of thinking and behaving.
CPR, First Aid, & AED
with Michel Mullin
This course follows the guidelines set forth by the American Heart Association for Heartsaver CPR (adult, child, infant, and AED). Participants will learn to assess the patient, send someone to call for help and retrieve the AED, do cycles of compressions and breaths to help save a life. A course textbook and certification card are included as part of the program. This class is designed for lay rescues encountered by non-healthcare providers. This class will take place at United Training Center 338 East Avenue Lewiston.
with Victor Caron
Once you gain a foundation understanding of Excel, it's easy to see the power of this tool in both your work and personal life. Excel II will guide you through the next-level skills needed to utilize these powerful tools to their full potential. Areas of focus will include: inputting and manipulation of formulas, use of data filters and sorts, V look-ups and more. Prerequisite: MS Excel I or comparable Excel experience.
with Alisa Roman
Learn how to create delicious vegetable, chicken, or beef fried rice. Please bring a container to take some rice home.