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Adult Education

Fall 2016/2017 Course Offerings
Please register by filling out the form to the right. Please make checks payable to Monforton School, and bring it with you the first day.


Zumba:    $35/Month, ongoing 6:30pm

  • Every Monday-Thursday 6:45pm-7:45pm
  • Sat:  9:00am-10:30am- Zumba 

Zumba incorporates basic Latin dance moves such as salsa, cha cha, rumba, cumbia, samba, mambo and merengue, the form has evolved and now includes moves from country line dancing, disco, hip-hop, swing, etc…. It is a combination of Latin and international dance music combined with aerobic moves, and is changing the way many people view exercise. You spend an hour and you don’t realize that you are exercising. It is a mix of easy to follow dance steps and rhythms that provide a complete workout. It is just fun fun fun, what else can I say?? In fact you don’t need to have a dancing background, and still benefit from Zumba.


Based on interval training, it combines fast high-energy moves and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. You burn calories without knowing it. Zumba is the perfect solution for controlling stress for all ages. If you hate to exercise but love to dance, Zumba is for you. The fun atmosphere makes you forget you are working out and getting fit. Typically, even those with two left feet have fun as of the 1st song. $8/session





Yoga 

10/24, 11/7, 11/14, 11/21 6:00pm

Join us as we strengthen, lengthen, relax and rejuvenate the body through a four week yoga series.  Meeting once weekly, this series will focus both on yoking the movement of our body with our breath as we flow gracefully through alignment based vinyasa flow and encourage flexibility and length as we stretch deep into our connective tissue with yin yoga.  Vinyasa is the practice of combining breath and movement; in a typical practice, we place our intention on our breath, taking full advantage of our movements and our inhalations and exhalations as we move in and out of postures.  Yin yoga is the practice of finding stillness in postures for extended amounts of time for an intense and powerful stretch. Both practices when appropriately combined, can be a wonderful compliment to one another as we are constantly striving for balance in our increasingly busy lives   Stretch deeply, then move the spine in all directions!.  This class is open and available to all age levels and abilities.  $8/Session.




Community CPR CANCELLED

Tuesday 11/1 $35.00 5:30pm

The class will be "Community CPR".  We will go over Adult, Child and Infant CPR also the AED.  Attendees will receive a certificate of course completion (not a card, to keep costs down).


Altered Books Cancelled

11/2, 11/3 $15.00 both nights. 6:00pm-8:00pm

The Altered Book Journal class uses a dollar store book to create a beautiful journal using decorative papers.  Students will learn how to “deconstruct” the book and remake it into a personal journal.  The creation of pockets, tuck spots, etc. is included.  Completed journals can be used for memory keeping, journaling and make great gifts. 


Strategies for Healthier Community

Wednesday 11/9/16 Free 6:00pm

You put a helmet on your child, taught them how to wash their hands, visited a doctor for well-child check-ups and made sure to get vaccinations; you even talk about making healthy choices. What else can you do?

Starting with the first trip to the convenience store, grocery store, or other retail outlets, the tobacco industry has been targeting your child. Exposure to tobacco marketing can undermine your efforts and cause youth to start tobacco use; the leading cause of (preventable) death and disease in Gallatin County.

In this Parent University session, we will examine the role of the retail environment on Public Health. You will learn why point of sale marketing matters in our community, find out what you can do to limit corporate influence on health, and leave with hands on tools you can use to educate your child(ren).


Financial Wellness

Wednesday 11/16 Free 6:00pm

If you are ready to make a change in your financial life, but don’t know how to start, join Cory Klumb with Primerica at Monforton School on Wednesday, November 16, 2016 for an hour of financial education.

Learn the most powerful concept in your Personal Finance.

Learn the three things to guard your money against.

Learn how to protect your assets.

Learn how to manage and eliminate debt.

Learn how to plan for financial independence.


The Roots of Writing 5:30pm

January 9th, 16th, 23rd, & Feb. 6th, 2017.

Free Presented by Nora Martin 

4 OPI renewal credits available for teachers.

Optional Text: If You Want to Write  by Brenda Ueland

https://www.amazon.com/If-You-Want-Write-Independence/dp/9650060286/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1475516111&sr=1-1&keywords=if+you+want+to+write+by+brenda+ueland

 

Explore the foundations of writing both fiction and non-fiction in a safe and supportive environment.  Learn that each of us is already a writer with beautiful and important ideas to share.  If you are a teacher, join the discussion about how what we learn in class translates to writing in the classroom at any grade level.

Nora Martin is the author of four books for young readers.  She has authored numerous non-fiction articles and essays.  Her 1995 Pushcart Prize nominated essay is being released in a new anthology this year.  She has been teaching writing workshops for the past twenty years.












 


  







 

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