37 Continued… Wellness Wellness 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, the method of delivery, either 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.  Spend an evening exploring with essential oils, leave feeling more confident and inspired to create your own blends with essential oils.   Monday • 6:30 - 9:30pm • Oct. 1 • $55 WL12-F18 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 • Oct. 15 • $59 WL35-F18 Instructor: Heather Small Connect with Spirit Guides Have you been wondering if you could connect directly with your spirit guides and loved ones in spirit and want to learn how? Would you like to be more open to healing and connecting with the higher realm? If you are intrigued and interested in learning specific techniques to begin developing your psychic skills to connect with your own Spirit Guides and others in spirit then this course is for you!  Learn proven strategies and techniques to help you open up to the love, healing and connections available to all of us from the higher realm including your own spirit guides. You will participate in exercises to develop your intuition, psychic skills, and meet your spirit guides. Experience the connection yourself! You may want to bring a water bottle, notepad and pen. (Please do not wear perfume to class.) Wednesday • 6:30 - 9am • Oct. 10 • $45 WL26-F18 Instructor: Laura Emerald Simplified Taijiquan Yang Style Taijiquan (tai chi chuan) is a series of slow, gently flowing, deliberate martial arts postures. Taiji improves balance, enhances general health and physical fitness, and promotes physical and mental relaxation. This traditional routine, known as the  “24-forms”, is a low impact, moderately aerobic, therapeutic exercise appropriate for all ages and every activity level. Taiji complements any fitness, rehabilitation, weight-loss or stress reduction program. 10 Saturdays • 10am - 12pm • Sept. 29 - Dec. 8 • $175 (No class Nov. 24) FT09-F18 Instructor: William Heinold Taiji for Energy Low on energy?  Try this enjoyable, refreshing workout. Taiji (tai chi) for Energy, developed by Dr. Paul Lam of Sydney, Australia, a family physician and taiji expert, is a series of martial arts movements derived from three Styles of Taijiquan.  The stable Yang style, efficient Sun style and spiraling Chen style, are beautifully combined to offer an “energy-producing” routine leaving the player re-energized, not drained.  Beneficial for novice to advanced players alike.  10 Saturdays • 9 - 10am • Sept. 29 - Dec. 8 • $99 (No class Nov. 24) FT23-F18 Instructor: William Heinold Tai Chi Chi Kung Tai Chi Chi Kung is an early form of the Yang Style of Tai Chi Chuan practiced around the world utilizing the mind to activate the life force energy of the body by improving the blood circulation, strengthening the internal organs, fortifying the bone structure, and revitalizing the entire system. The movements stress slow and balanced postures, coupled with lower abdominal breathing to reduce stress, improve posture, and harmonize the mind to greatly benefit one’s overall mental and physical well-being. 8 Mondays • 6:30 - 7:30pm • Sept. 17 - Nov. 19 • $89 (No class Oct. 8, Nov. 12) FT28-F18 Instructor: Thomas Bruno