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Health & Wellness
with Ellen Curtis, RSU #3 Adult & Community Education
Lace up your sneakers, grab your music and a friend and com einside for some walking fun. Don't be a couch potato this winter!
The Mt. View Complex has been mapped out for community members to get some exercise! Add a spin aroudn the trach for some fresh air. Pre-registration is required adn there will be an orientation on your first night. Cost is a one time $5 registration fee per year.
Vinyasa Yoga Session ONE
with Jodi Cornelio, MSAD 52 Adult & Community Education
Vinyasa YOGA builds physical and mental strength as you flow through a series of yoga poses, drawing on the breath as your inner source of power in this energizing class.
This class focuses on building and engaging your core strength to support you in everyday life.
2 SESSIONS to choose from!
SESSION 1: SEPT 13 - OCT 18
SESSION 2: NOV 29 - JAN 10th
TUESDAYS 6:30-7:30pm $70
Behavioral Health Professional Training & Certificate Program (BHP) SEPT 14 & 15
with Wendy Enright, MSAD 52 Adult & Community Education
Our community is looking for individuals who want to make a difference in a child’s life. A Certified Behavioral Health Professional (BHP) makes an impact on a child while helping them learn to grow and develop. This ONLINE training program will equip you with ways to help children who are currently on a wait list for services and will also prepare you for employment through local social services agencies.
Work at your own pace completing 12 online modules prior to attending three 4-hour live sessions, including the new ethics and boundaries training. Once the modules and live sessions are completed, you will receive links to bloodborne pathogen training and virtual First Aid & CPR training. The entire program requirements will take about 45 hours to complete. Any individual who will be 18 years of age or older upon completion of the course may register.
MSAD 52 & Woodfords are partnering to offer this course • $25 administrative fee.
FIND FALL DATES ONLINE! www.msad52.maineadulted.org
Please call 225-1010 or email Tricia firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention - Beginners
with Dennis Fallo, Wells-Ogunquit Adult Community Education
Tai Chi for Arthritis and Fall Prevention is a safe and easy system to learn. In this beginner course, learn the basic coremovements (forms), which are designed to relieve arthritispain, reduce falls and improve quality of life. Wear loose,comfortable clothing and smooth-bottom shoes suitable forexercise. Beginners 55+. Instructor: Dennis Fallo is a certified instructor through the Tai Chifor Health Institute founded by Dr. Paul Lam.
Stretch and Tone Session 1
with Judith Stark, Wells-Ogunquit Adult Community Education
This low-impact, easy-to-follow exercise class uses light weights to strengthen and tone your muscles. In the process, you will strengthen your bones. We will also concentrate on balance moves, as this is very important for stability and overall health. Instead of crunches, we will focus on core strength moves. Exercises will help you increase flexibility in arms, legs and lower back. Wear comfortable clothing, sneakers, and bring an optional mat or towel.
Building a Support System for Dementia Caregivers
with Sue Colley, Sanford Community Adult Education
This is designed to be a sharing discussion. Caring for a loved one with dementia is a whole world of challenge, especially with the changes in personality, the shifting of roles (parent/child/parent). Let’s talk about physical safety for both of you, finding support for you the caregiver, dealing with “no help” help from other family members, creating opportunities for a mental and physical break, managing episodes of mania and obsessions. From our experiences, let’s share what works and what doesn’t, let’s talk about what you should and should not do. Let’s give each other the support we desperately need, but don’t seem to get.
Breath-Taking for Healthcare Workers
with Carole Freeman, York Adult Education
Learn to recognize breathing pattern disorders and gently encourage patients to improve their breathing dynamics. Patient benefits from improved oxygenations, less shortness of breath, and better endurance.