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Zumba - 6 Sessions
with Maribel Deprese, Noble Adult & Community Education
NACE is excited to welcome back instructor Maribel Despres and her zumba classes!
Join Maribel at Noble High School in North Berwick, where you can take the “work” out of workout! She mixes low-intensity and high-intensity moves for a calorie-burning dance fitness party. Zumba is a total workout, combining all elements of fitness – cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility. There will be class sessions offered Monday and Wednesday evenings.
Wear comfortable clothes and shoes with little to no tread to reduce twisting knee joints. At this time, masks are required.
*No Class October 10
Drop-ins for Zumba are $12 per class
Aerobics ~ Low Impact
with Lois Davis, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education
Come to a fun and exciting low impact aerobics class where you work out at your own pace. Relieve stress, improve cardio, tone, and make new friends.
with Robert Underwood, York Adult Education
In this introductory class by Adobe Certified Expert Rob Underwood, you will learn the basics of Adobe’s premiere photo editing application. Did you ever wonder how photos were edited so precisely? Did you ever want to remove an unwanted family member from a photo? Here’s your chance to learn how to “photoshop” images. You will need to have at least the 30-day trial of this application on a laptop to participate in the class. You will learn, Retouching photos, color correction, photo Illustrations, tools panel, working with layers, and selections & channels.
Tai Chi Essentials
with Louise Poppema, Gray-New Gloucester Adult Education
Relieve stress, increase flexibility and improve your balance. Develop awareness of your internal energy. Deepen and strengthen your awareness in each session you take. Class structure will be 30 minutes of seated instruction and 15 minutes of Q&A. Wear comfortable clothing. No previous Tai Chi experience required.
with Amy Hague, Maranacook Adult Education
RSU 38 Life Skills Community Course
$30 per student per class; $270 for remaining 9 classes
Please call or email Adult Ed office to register. (Susan Simons, 685-4923 x1065 or email@example.com). Weekly payments can be given to Instructor with checks made payable to RSU 38 Adult Education. Credit or debit card payments can be made by calling Adult Ed office.
Instructor: Amy Hague
Location: Manchester Elementary School
Tuesdays, 4-5:30 pm
Life Skills classes are designed to meet the needs of students whose intellectual, developmental and academic levels require specific hands-on teaching of daily living activities. The focus of the Life Skills course is to teach functional skills in daily living, vocational, recreation/leisure and community participation for students from 4th-12th grade, at their individual ability levels. The activities that are prepared will be functional and age-appropriate, and will change to meet the needs of the student. Instruction will be provided in a small group setting and some classes will include community-based experiences. Parents, volunteers, and BHPs are always welcome but not required as long as students can work in a small group with 1-2 adults.
Students will meet at Manchester Elementary for a life skills lesson such as building self advocacy, money management, learning the basics of cooking, building healthy relationships, community, internet safety and more. The class will meet weekly to support students with forming a sense of community. Students will also have time at the end of class to socialize and receive support in social situations when engaging with their peers. Students can also learn to play new games which will help with social skills outside of class as well as understanding how to take turns and properly engage others.
Classes will be offered every Tuesday from 4-5:30 from September 13th - November 15th. Students will need to be dropped off and picked up at Manchester Elementary. This class will include community outings, some of which will require students to be dropped off at an alternate location.
I look forward to being a part of this community and supporting our students to enhance their life skills. Although I will not be writing goals for students for this class, I will provide regular feedback and will have students complete a portfolio of activities that are complete throughout the class. Please reach out if you have any questions or would like to volunteer for a class. Amy_Hague@Maranacook.com
- September 13: Building a community and advocating for individuals
- September 20: Choosing Cooking Methods
- September 27: Dieting Sensibly
- October 4: Crossing the Street Safely
- October 11: Safety in the Community
- October 18: Locating Items in a grocery store
- October 25: Internet Safety/Bullying
- November 1: Holding appropriate conversations
- November 8: Choosing Appropriate Clothing for Weather
- November 15: TBA
with Dianne Mros, Marshwood Adult & Community Education
Practice slow movements to help relieve tension, improve balance, and promote overall fitness. Develop breathing techniques to promote calmness and beneficial energy levels.
All levels welcome!
Gentle Beginner Hatha Yoga - 6 Week
with NANCY COTTY, Noble Adult & Community Education
Join us for a class in Hatha Yoga led by certified instructor, Nancy Cotty from Peace Within Yoga. Yoga is a great way to relax and improve your health and well being. The focus will be on stretching and breathing while building our strength and finding peace. All levels are welcome. Drop-ins are welcome and new students can join anytime. All equipment will be provided for you. Information learned through yoga classes and workshops should not be considered a substitute for medical advice.
*No class December 27th for Christmas Break
*Drop-in fee is $12 per class
Kripalu Yoga for Every Body
with Carin Sarzynski, Marshwood Adult & Community Education
A gently guided yoga class that will encourage you to listen to your inner wisdom as you move through centering, poses and relaxation in a supportive community. This is a great class for beginners and those who have experience with yoga practice.
Please bring water, your yoga mat, any props you might like (yoga strap, blanket, or yoga block) and dress in layers.