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PIYO Live: Stretch And Flow
with H Audet
Enjoy learning elements of Pilates and Yoga in a flowing, low-impact cardio sequence set to contemporary music! This is a wonderful way to end your Monday. Wear comfortable yoga or fitness clothing. Bring a mat, towel, and a bottle of water. Class is held at Chill Yoga, 182 Lisbon Street, Lewiston. This is on-site.
Breathing And Meditation
with H Audet
Learn tools to help with relaxation and calming the mind to bring you to a deeper sense of self. Each week, instructor Heidi L. Audet, ERYT-500 will guide students in light stretching and guided relaxation to prepare for seated meditation, breathing exercises known as Pranayama, which help to calm the mind and prepare students for guided meditation practice to cultivate stilling the mind. No prior experience necessary. What to bring: a yoga mat and a cushion or pillow and a blanket. Class will be live-streamed from Chill Yoga, 182 Lisbon Street, Lewiston. This is a hybrid (in-studio and streamed) class, so those who would prefer to take the class online instead of in studio may exercise that option. Please specify preference when registering.
Maine Driving Dynamics
with Bureau of Highway Safety
Maine Driving Dynamics Course offers all drivers the opportunity to improve their defensive driving abilities. This five-hour course will include discussion of collision avoidance techniques, safety issues, driver habits and attitudes, and the basic elements that constantly challenge drivers on Maine's highways. Those completing the course will receive a certificate and a three-point credit on their driving record. Seniors over 65 receive a discount on their auto insurance. Senior Rate is $25.
A Family For ME
with K. McDonough A Family for ME
Join the A Family for ME program for a live, virtual conversation about becoming a foster/adoptive parent in Maine. Recruitment Specialists will be answering your questions about the different ways to provide care for infants, teens and siblings. If you’ve ever considered foster care or adoption, this is a great opportunity to learn more and get your questions answered! Learn about the licensing process; explore the various ways to provide care and support Maine youth, including respite care; and discover ways to support foster families. Sessions will be held on the 2nd Monday of every month from 6:00-7:00pm. No Fee. Register directly: http://www.tickettailor.com/events/afamilyforme/783429
Beginners Vinyasa Yoga
with H Audet
Have you always wanted to try yoga, but thought you weren’t flexible enough? Want to experience a sense of peace and well-being? Are you curious about learning how to relax and calm anxiety with breathing and flowing movements? If the answer was yes to any of these questions, join Heidi for this introduction to yoga. Modifications offered for knee, hip, neck and wrist, and back issues. Supplies: yoga mat, small blanket, and a bottle of water. Class will be live-streamed from Chill Yoga, 182 Lisbon Street, Lewiston. This is a hybrid class, so students who would like to participate remotely may utilize that option. Please specify preference when registering.
Middle Eastern (Belly) Dancing Session #2
with A. Beal
Are you looking for a fun, new way to get some exercise? Then why not explore the ancient art form of “Belly Dance.” Come learn basic moves, hear some of the history behind the dance, and get the chance to meet other people in your community. No prior dance experience needed! For more information go to www.bellydancingmaine.com
Reiki Level 2
with W Clowater
This is a continuation of the introduction to Usui Reiki Level 1. In Reiki 2, you will learn about the Reiki symbols and how to use them, and will learn about distance scanning. Reiki Level 2, requires at least 2 months or more of Reiki Level 1 experience. $3 supply fee payable to instructor the first night of class.
Green Dot Bystander Intervention Training
with P Elias
Have you ever seen or heard someone harass, bully, or threaten another person, and wish you knew what to say or do? Most of us have. We are all much more likely to be a bystander than a participant or victim of hateful and hurtful words and behavior. Green Dot teaches safe and proven-effective Bystander Intervention Techniques that every member of a community can use, both proactively to change culture for the better, and reactively to reduce harm. None of us can do everything, but each of us can do our part to make Lewiston-Auburn a safer and more welcoming community. Any folks who have already attended a workshop are also warmly welcomed. We find we learn something new almost every class and you might have had some experiences doing Green Dots that would be helpful.