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Yoga for Abundant Bodies and Beginner Yogis Session 3
with Carol Branning, RYT-200
Inclusive yoga – yoga for EVERY body. This class will introduce students to all aspects of yoga, providing information beyond the poses. The goal of this class is to provide an achievable, safe vinyasa flow for students with larger bodies in order to promote strength, flexibility and balance - both physically and mentally. Self-acceptance is promoted. Wear comfortable, stretchy clothing.
with Dave Fuller
Learn how to properly identify and sustainably harvest and cook Ostrich Fern fiddleheads in this program. Dave Fuller is an Agriculture and Non-Timber Forest Product Professional with the University of Maine Cooperative Extension. His past research has included a study on the effects of harvesting fiddleheads from wild fern stands.
Get Golf Ready: Beginners
with Ed Balboni
Learn the fun and relaxing sport of golf. This six week clinic will covershort game, long game, golf course etiquette, and rules with the goalof making you comfortable on the course.
Safety in the Modern World
with Hollie Webb
In this 3 week course, participants will learn some basic ways to handle everyday situations that have the potential to turn violent. It is not unrealistic to be in a situation where you have to control a scenario involving a family member or friend that has escalated out of hand. This course looks to bridge that gap and address what happens in a situation when reasonable force is needed. A potentially dangerous situation where injuring one of the parties is not necessary, but some level of physical component is likely to be utilized. Conflict resolution skills will be taught in the form of de-escalation strategies, avoidance, restraining and controlling techniques. Adults 18 and over are welcome to attend. No prior martial arts experience necessary.
Get Golf Ready: Intermediate
with Ed Balboni
This class is for the golfer with some game experience whose goals are to improve their golf game on the course, including strokes, positioning, and a little game play.
Forestry for Maine Birds
with Sally Stockwell
Join Maine Audubon for an afternoon of outdoor exploration and forest habitat assessment in Winthrop. Participants will learn about how to identify forest birds; what features songbirds need to breed successfully; different approaches to forest management, and then discuss options for techniques that help support forest birds and other wildlife. Forestry for Maine Birds is geared toward landowners, natural resource professionals, and anyone interested in learning about managing woodlands "with birds in mind." We will start in the classroom and then take a walk in the Roger Guerrette Community Trails.