35 Aromatherapy Aromatherapy, practiced in Europe since the early 1900s, is believed to have many uses ranging from affecting mind, mood, or cognitive functioning to health benefits, such as the treatment or prevention of disease.  The results may be calming or stimulating, depending upon the oils used, and the delivery may be by application to the skin, inhalation, or a spray into the air.  Learn about essential oils, specifically where and what parts of the plant are used to get the oils and the range of uses for them.  You will create an allergy-free room spray and then end with a juice or tea made with essential oils and a snack.    Monday • 6:30 - 9:30pm • March 5 • $55 WL12-S18 Instructor: Heather Small Ayurveda for Everyday Ayurveda, a traditional healing method from India, has been around for over 2,000 years. As we explore more holistic ways of living, Ayurveda has made its way into the mainstream healing. Learn what Ayurveda is, how it relates to you, and how you can add some of these ancient ways into your everyday practices. Discover your body type through Ayurveda, look at herbs and foods that connect to us, and learn about meditation and daily routines for healing. 2 Mondays • 6 - 9pm • March 19 - March 26 • $59 WL35-S18 Instructor: Heather Small Basic Level Integrated Energy Therapy® (IET) Healing with the energy of angels. Are you ready to release issues, connect with your heart’s desire and soul’s mission? Integrated Energy Therapy ® (IET) supports you in gently releasing limiting energy patterns of your past, empowering and balancing your life in the present, and helping you to reach for the stars as you evolve into your future. You will receive an energy attunement and learn how to clear physical and emotional energy blockages from the cellular memory and leave in their place positive physical and emotional energy imprints. This workshop may be of interest to individuals caring for self and loved ones and professionals seeking to add a service or enhance his or her current offerings. Course includes a workbook and certificate of completion. Bring a lunch to class. 2 Saturdays • 10am - 2pm • April 7 - April 14 • $199 WL41-S18 Instructor: Linda Saraco Continued… Therapeutic Taiji/Qigong Therapeutic Taiji/Qigong is a set of taiji routines designed by Dr. Paul Lam of Sydney, Australia for sufferers of osteoporosis, back pain, diabetes or arthritis. The routines are combinations of movements from the Sun and Yang Styles of Taijiquan, emphasizing QiGong. The exercises promote the prevention and control of these conditions and fit gently into other exercise recovery programs.  They are also appropriate for patients recovering from stroke, injury or joint operations.  Even advanced players of traditional taiji forms enjoy the smooth, gentle, flowing sequence of this modern set. 10 Saturdays • 9 - 10am • March 3 - May 12 • $99 (No class March 31) FT22-S18 Instructor: William Heinold Simplified Tai-Ji-Quan Yang Style Tai-ji-quan (tai chi chuan) is a series of slow, gently flowing, deliberate martial arts postures. Tai-ji has been shown to improve balance, enhance general health and physical fitness, as well as promote physical and mental relaxation. This traditional routine, know as the  “24-forms”, is a low impact, moderately aerobic, therapeutic exercise appropriate for all ages and every activity level. Tai-ji complements any fitness, rehabilitation, weight-loss or stress reduction program. 10 Saturdays • 10am - 12pm • March 3 - May 12 • $175 (No class March 31) FT09-S18 Instructor: William Heinold Zumba Zumba is a Latin-inspired, dance-fitness class that incorporates Latin and international music and dance movements, creating a dynamic, exciting, exhilarating, and effective fitness program.  A Zumba class—known as a Zumba Fitness-Party™—combines fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body using an aerobic/fitness approach to achieve a unique blended balance of cardio and muscle-toning benefits. A Zumba class integrates some of the basic principles of aerobic, interval, and resistance training to maximize caloric output, cardiovascular benefits, and total body toning. The cardio-based dance movements are easy-to-follow steps that include body sculpting, which targets areas such as gluteus, legs, arms, core, abdominals and the most important muscle in the body—the heart.   Dancers and non-dancers alike immediately and easily master a Zumba class because previous dance experience is not necessary. Come and join the party, it will put a smile on your face.   8 Wednesdays • 6:30 - 7:30pm • February 28 - April 25 • $109 (No class April 18) FT12-S18 Instructor: Dan Labay Wellness Wellness I enjoyed the classes and learned a lot. I am a newcomer to Yoga/Pilates and found the class moved at a comfortable pace, yet was still challenging and enjoyable. Patrick Duggan Yoga Pilates Fusion