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Enjoy the Benefits of Self-Hypnosis W19
with Hugh Sadlier, Mt. Desert Island Adult & Community Education
Learn how to enter a comfortably relaxed, self-hypnotic state and be able to return to that state any time you desire. You are able to be free of conscious mind interference and benefit from and interact with your subconscious. You can simply enjoy the deeply relaxed feelings or work with your inner mind to make changes within yourself and your life.
Essential Oil For Mental Health
with Mary Crane, MSAD 52 Adult & Community Education
Discover natural ways to support moods, emotions and mental health. Join us as we discuss the many ways essential oils can support our bodies naturally. Receive a 5ml bottle of emotional oil blend.
$5 Material fee paid to instructor.
with Cheryl Horton, RSU16 Adult Education
Join us for a fun morning of healthy living as we learn about and create natural solutions for everyday products using essential oils. Cheryl will discuss the many uses for oils, quality and safety, and what to consider when choosing them for your own use. Participants will create a spray for cleaning, a "flu bomb" roller and a jar of mouthwash to take home. Bring your questions about incorporating aromatherapy into your everyday life!
Essential Oils 101...And Then Some! (A Make and Take Class)
with J Wilhelm, Auburn Adult and Community Education
Maybe you've been hearing about essential oils and are curious, or maybe you just like finding ways to make gifts for others and things to use at home for yourself. Whether it's either, both, or neither but you like to have fun, we'll have a casual get-together that will be fun and informative, too! Learn about essential oils, how they're made (don't worry, we won't get too science-y!), and all the ways they can be used, from making our houses smell good to replacing health and beauty products to supporting our physical and emotional health (because, as we know, the emotions -- stress is a great example -- can affect our physical health, too!). We'll even cover the use of essential oils with and around our pets because they're part of the family, too! And you'll get to make a couple goodies, too, and get the recipes to make more! These are easy to make and are great to use yourself and to give as gifts for teachers, friends, family , and more. We'll be making sugar scrubs (for that winter dry skin) and room/linen sprays. And, as an extra bonus, some all-natural cleaner for around the house and some additional easy-peasy but good recipes!
ESSENTIAL OILS 101..AN THEN SOME!
with Joanna Wilhelm, Franklin County Adult Education
Maybe you’ve been hearing about essential oils and are surious, or maybe you just like finding ways to make gifts for others and things to use at home for yourself. Whether it’s either, both or neigher but you like to have fun, we’ll have a casual get together that willb e fun and informative, too! Learn about essential oils, how they’re made(don’t worry, we won’t get too science-y!) and all the ways they can be used, from making our houses smell good to replacing health and beauty products to supporting our physical and emotional health(because, as we know, the emotions --stress is a great example--can affect our physical health, too!) We’ll een cover the use of essential oils with and around our pets because they’re part of the family.
ESSENTIAL OILS 101…AND THEN SOME!
with Joanna Wilhelm, Augusta Adult and Community Education
Essential Oils and Pets
with Elissa Nauman, Windham/Raymond Adult Education
Essential Oils and Pets
Did you know that you can use essential oils on your pets? These gifts from nature offer a safe, gentle, and natural way to treat a variety of health issues, and can even be used along with medications in order to help possible side effects. In this class, you will learn which oils are recommended for your furry friend, and which ones you should avoid, and what you can use them for. We will also explore how to apply them to your pet, and safety precautions to take while treating them. Please note that this class will mostly pertain to dogs since cats are more sensitive to the potency and scent of essential oils, however, we will review which oils are safe and toxic to cats.
Instructor: Elissa Nauman
Tuesday, 3/5, 6:00 - 8:00 PM for 1 session
Location: Windham High School – Room 302
Certified Essential Oil Coach through the AADP (American Association of Drugless Practitioners), and an overall health enthusiast, with special interest in alternative health. Elissa is excited to share her enthusiasm and knowledge of essential oils with anyone who is interested in learning about them.
Essential Oils and Their Benefits
with Kasse Brown, RSU 67 Adult Education
What are essential oils? Where do they come from? How do we use them? Do you have lots of questions? Come get them all answered and see firsthand what essential oils are all about and how easy it is to use them yourself. This is a one night class. There will be a $15.00 lab fee and lots of items to take home with you. Date & time TBD. Fee $10.00 plus $15.00 lab fee.