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Piedmont Adult School

Winter 2012 Schedule of Classes

January 9 ­ March 25, 2012 Registration begins December 19, 2011

www.piedmontadultschool.org 510-594-2655

General Information

General Information

Winter Quarter begins January 9, 2012 -- Registration begins December 19

Eligibility

Anyone who is at least 18 years of age is welcome to register and attend classes. Piedmont Adult School reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone.

Registration

Registration is on a first-come first-served basis and pre-registration is a must. Classes are typically cancelled a few days before they are scheduled to begin if enrollment is too low. Don't wait--classes can fill quickly so enroll early! Online: Visit www.piedmontadultschool.org, browse through our online catalog, and register for classes online. Online registration begins at 9:00am on Monday, August 29.

By Fax: Fax the completed registration form on page 15 with your credit card information and signature to: 510-595-8173. Walk-in: Register in person during our business hours. Pay by check, cash or credit card. By Mail: Mail the completed registration form on page 15 to: Piedmont Adult School, 800 Magnolia Ave, Piedmont, CA 94611. We do not accept registrations by phone.

Refund & Cancellation Policy

Please choose your classes carefully! Given the current state of educational funding, absolutely no refunds or credits will be given for registration fees unless a class is cancelled by Piedmont Adult School. There are no refunds or credits on food fees. Piedmont Adult School reserves the right to cancel classes that do not meet the minimum enrollment. In these cases, refunds will be given by credit card. If you registered online, your refund will be done automatically.

Confirmation of Classes

For a confirmation of classes, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Piedmont Adult School, 800 Magnolia Ave, Piedmont, CA 94611. Confirmations will not be given by phone. Unless you receive a call cancelling a class, assume that you are registered in your class(es).

Payment Information

Registrations can be paid by cash, check (payable to Piedmont Adult School), money order, or credit card. We accept Visa and Mastercard. A $25 fee will be charged on all returned and "stop payment" checks.

Discounts

All senior citizens (55 years and older), are eligible for a $10 discount for all regular adult classes. This discount does not apply to seminars (2-8 hour classes), traffic school and special classes.

State Supported Classes

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This symbol is used to indicate classes that are state supported by student attendance. Students in these classes will be required to fill out a state-required form in class.

Campus and Classroom Rules

No Smoking: The Piedmont Unified School District is a tobacco-free organization and all of the school district's facilities are designated as tobacco free. Tobacco products are strictly prohibited. Food and Beverages: Eating and drinking are not allowed inside the classrooms.

Books

Books required for classes are available at bookstores or through online vendors such as amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. We will provide ISBN information (book number) when possible so that students can find and purchase books easily. A few books are available at the Adult School Office--we will note those particular books in the class details. Our book prices are subject to change. Book purchases through the Adult School are non-refundable.

Uniform Complaint Procedures

In accordance with state guidelines, the District has adopted Uniform Complaint Procedures. Contact the Piedmont Adult School Office for a copy of the policy.

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Getting Here

Parking is limited. We recommend carpooling. Do not park in "Resident Permit" parking spaces. AC Transit's bus routes #11 and #C run a few blocks away. Service to Piedmont ends at 7:15p. For further information, please call AC Transit at 510-477-0192, or visit www.transitinfo.org.

General Information

Office Hours

Monday through Thursday: 1:00p­7:00p Closed on Friday Saturday: 9:00a­12:00p

Locations/Map of Classes

PAS ­ Piedmont Adult School 800 Magnolia Ave, Piedmont PHS ­ Piedmont High School 800 Magnolia Ave, Piedmont MHS ­ Millennium High School 760 Magnolia Ave, Piedmont PMS ­ Piedmont Middle School 740 Magnolia Ave, Piedmont BCH ­ Beach Elementary School 100 Lake Ave, Piedmont Ellen Driscoll Playhouse / Havens 325 Highland Ave, Piedmont WWD AUD ­ Wildwood Auditorium 301 Wildwood Ave, Piedmont

Contact Information

Address: Phone: Fax: Web: Piedmont Adult School 800 Magnolia Ave Piedmont, CA 94611 510-594-2655 510-595-8173 www.piedmontadultschool.org

Adult School Staff

Michael Brady, Interim Director of Adult Ed Ron Mockel, Administrative Assistant Suzi Pinarcik, Administrative Assistant

Adult School Calendar

Winter Quarter: January 9 ­ March 25, 2012 12/19 Winter Registration begins 1/9 Winter quarter classes begin 1/16 Martin Luther King Day 2/20,21 Presidents Day 3/26 Spring quarter classes begin

Piedmont Unified School District

District Personnel

Constance Hubbard, Superintendent Michael Brady, Assistant Superintendent Randall Booker, Assistant Superintendent

Board of Education

Ray Gadbois, President Roy Tolles, Vice President Martha Jones June Monach Richard Raushenbush

Advisory Committee Members

Deborah Aracic Sonia Callahan Ray Gadbois Jack Lockhart Judge Carlos Ynostroza

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Contents

Contents At-a-Glance: Winter 2012

Arts & Crafts

Calligraphy .......................................................... 5 Drawing­Beginning ......................................... 5 Flowing Watercolor........................................... 5 Landscape Drawing & Painting ..................... 5 Life Drawing ....................................................... 5 Mosaics ................................................................ 6 Painting................................................................ 6 Silk Painting........................................................ 6 Stained Glass ...................................................... 7 The Art of Seeing: Composition for Photographers ................ 7

Health/Rec/Dance

Business

Financial Strategies for Successful Retirement........................................................ 7 Investing 101­Financial Workshop .............. 7

Alycia's Heartbeat­ Aerobics Workout Unlimited ....................13 Body Conditioning ..........................................13 Pilates Mat Class I ...........................................13 Strength Training for 40 & Older ................13 Strength Training for 40 & Older: Twice Weekly................................................. 14 Tai Chi & Qigong Class for Beginning Students ............................... 14 Tai Chi & Qigong for Continuing Students ............................. 14 Take Care of Yourself! .................................... 14 Thursday Night Yoga ...................................... 14 Weights and Cardio ........................................ 14

Homemaking: Cooking

Computers

Computers for Older Adults ­ PC ................. 8 Digital Cameras­How to Use Them ............. 8 Dreamweaver CS5­ Introduction & Integration .......................... 8 Dreamweaver CS5­Special Topics ................ 8 Excel 2010­Beginning...................................... 9 Excel 2010­ Formulas, Functions & Error ....................... 9 Excel 2010­List Features & Pivot Tables ....... 9 Photoshop CS5­Introduction ........................ 9 Powerpoint 2010: Introduction ...................... 9 Powerpoint 2010: Level 1 ............................... 10 QuickBooks Pro­Level 1 ............................... 10 Word 2010: Reference and Collaboration Tools ..................................... 10 Get to know your Digital Camera................ 10

Asian Vegetarian Cooking ............................15 Great Crepes Workshop .................................15 Indian Cooking ................................................15 Indonesian Cuisine ......................................... 16 Pan Asian Noodlles ......................................... 16

Homemaking: Knitting & Sewing

Knitting­Beginning........................................ 16 Knitting Clinic ................................................. 16 Sewing I­Beginning ....................................... 17

Languages

General

Bridge Basics: Beginning ............................... 11 Bridge B: Intermediate Players ..................... 11 Organize Your Life .......................................... 11

General (Write Now!)

Illustration ........................................................ 11 Story Editing for Writers ...............................12

Arabic­1A ......................................................... 17 Arabic­1B.......................................................... 17 French IA ........................................................... 17 French 1B ........................................................... 17 German I­Beginning...................................... 18 German II­Beginning .................................... 18 Italian 1A ........................................................... 18 Italian 1B ........................................................... 18 Spanish IA ......................................................... 18 Spanish IB .........................................................19 Spanish IC .........................................................19 Spanish ID .........................................................19 Spanish IIA .......................................................19 Spanish IIB ........................................................19 Swedish 1B ........................................................19

General (State Financed)

CA High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE)­ English ............................................................12 CA High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE)­ Math ................................................................12 High School Diploma Program­ Be a High School Graduate! .......................12

Music

Bagpipes .............................................................20 Guitar­Beginning ...........................................20

Public Service

Traffic Violator School­Evening..................20

Creative Retirement

Exercise for Seniors .........................................22 Fine Arts Painting & Drawing­All Media 22 Needlework .......................................................22 Strength Training ............................................22

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Arts & Crafts

Arts & Crafts

Calligraphy / Antonia Smith

200221 $135 8 meeetings TUE 1/10-3/6 6:30p-9:00p PHS 26 limit 12

Interested in improving your handwriting or learning a calligraphic hand such as Italic? Come learn the basics of forming beautiful letters for your own enjoyment, cards or envelopes. Please bring a Shaeffer broad-edged pen in the broad width and paper that does not bleed, to class. No class 2/21.

Drawing, Beginning / Barry Eagle

200921 $95 6 meeetings MON 1/9-2/27 7:00p-9:30p PHS 27 limit 22

This class is designed to give students an understanding of drawing fundamentals, the basis of all representational art. The course will cover perspective, proportion, composition and the creation of form through values of light and shade. Bring sketchbook (11x14), pencils (HB, 2B, 4B), eraser (pink pearl, kneaded) and a sharpener. No class 1/16 and 2/20.

Flowing Watercolor / Tomoko Murakami

202221 $127 6 meeetings WED 1/18-2/22 6:30p-9:30p PHS 26 limit 15

Learn to create dynamic compositions with strong values, color harmony and movement as we interpret still life, landscape and the figure. Demonstrations of mixing on the paper with fused/broken color, dropping/spattering color, wet on wet and more loose techniques. Development of individual styles encouraged. All levels are welcome. The supply list is online or in the adult school office.

Landscape Drawing & Painting / Barry Eagle

201121 $155 10 meetings THU 1/12-3/15 7:00p-9:30p PHS 40 limit 15

This class is designed as a workshop for city and landscape drawing and painting, and is open to all mediums: pen, pencil, watercolor, acrylic and oil paints. It will cover the various techniques and problems that arise in all land and city scapes: linear and aerial perspective, color, composition, etc. Bring your materials and a photo or sketch to use as subject matter. Photos are also available from the instructor.

Life Drawing / Laura Siegel

201221 $135 6 meetings WED 1/18-2/22 6:30p-9:30p PMS 122 limit 18

Learn to draw the human figure! Using live models we will do a variety of drawings (gesture, contour, and long value) drawings of the figure. Anatomy, proportions of the body, and compositions of drawings will be covered in class. Beginning through advanced students welcome. Students will work at their own level, with individual instruction in black/white or color materials. Portrait drawing may be done on some of the poses. Laura Siegel, M.A. Art, is a professional artist and has taught life drawing for over 18 years. Materials list available online and at the adult school office. Model fees included in class fee.

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Mosaics / Ellen Flagg

201421 $145 8 meetings TUE 1/10-3/6 6:30p-9:00p PHS 41 limit 15

Learn to create beautiful mosaic mirrors, votives, picture frames or projects of your choice in this class. We will cover basic mosaic skills, including choice of materials, preparation of the surface, tile and glass cutting, and grouting. You may create your own design or be inspired by those in the books we have. This class may also be used as a workshop for experienced students. Tools, materials and some projects such as mirrors and votives will be provided or students may bring their own. A handout covering mosaics basics will be given at the first class. Please bring safety goggles or other eye protection. $10.00 material fee included in class fee. No class 2/21.

Painting / Laura Siegel

201522 $95 6 meetings TUE 1/17-2/28 7:00p-9:30p PHS 40 limit 18

In this workshop students will learn about the materials and techniques of acrylic painting and oil painting, color mixing, and composition. Students have a choice of subject matter: landscape, still life, figure, or from your imagination. Beginning through advanced students welcome. Students work at their own level with individual instruction and critiques. Bring tubes of either all acrylic or all oil paint: cadmium red deep, ultramarine blue, cadmium yellow light, titanium white, ivory black, 3 brushes, a pre-stretched 16"x 20" primed canvas, palette, and your imagination to the first night of class. A materials list is available online or at the adult school office. No class 2/21.

Silk Painting / Tomoko Murakami

204421 $127 6 meetings TUE 1/17-2/28 6:30p-9:30p PHS 27 limit 15

One the most exciting aspects of painting silk is the opportunity to create strikingly vivid textures of color. This course introduces basic techniques for painting on silk­the watercolor technique (painting with dyes) and the French serti technique (drawing a design with water-based resist called gutta). In this course, participants will create a scarf or tapestry by painting, printing, spraying or drawing on silk. As the hand of the artist delicately guides the flow of the liquid, the colors glide through the silk and generate delight and excitement. The brilliant translucent colors then merge to become an integral part of the fabric, which always remains soft to the touch. The result is stunning! All levels are welcome. Material list available online and at the adult school office. A material fee of $5.00 per yard is payable to the teacher in class for silk. No class 2/21.

All fees are non-refundable unless class is cancelled Please read full course descriptions posted at

www.piedmontadultschool.org

before registering.

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Arts & Crafts / Business

Stained Glass, Beginning & Workshop / Ellen Flagg

202021 $135 8 meetings WED 1/11-2/29 6:30p-9:00p PHS 41 limit ??

Learn the ancient art of stained glass and create a beautiful piece for your home. Students will learn all aspects of stained glass construction from designing through glass cutting, soldering and finishing using either the traditional lead or copper foil technique. Make a small copper foil piece to take home. Experienced students may use this class as a workshop to make lamps or larger pieces. Most tools and supplies will be provided for your use in class. Please bring safety glasses or other eye protection.

The Art of Seeing: Composition for Photographers / Joan Bobkoff

203821 $95 6 meetings TUE 1/24-3/13 7:00p-9:30p PHS 17 limit 18

Take a class that will develop your photographic vision and dramatically improve the quality of your photos. Learn design basics and color theory as they relate to photographic images. Discover unique ways the camera and lenses can change and enhance the look of your pictures. Through lectures, assignments and critiques, you will create new types of photos with strong visual impact. No class 2/21.

Business

Financial Strategies For Successful Retirement / Jim Collini

210521 $75 4 meetings TUE 1/10-1/31 6:30p-8:30p PHS 15 limit 15

This updated course will provide you with the in-depth information you need to plan and enjoy a comfortable retirement. Find out how to potentially increase your investment returns and maximize your retirement income. Discover strategies to protect your assets from inflation, estate and income taxes, and erosion due to long-term health care needs. Explore exciting lifestyle options including travel, healthy living, working, retirement and lifelong learning. Jim Collini is Branch Manager/First VP Investments of Stifel Nicolaus in Walnut Creek. $20.00 optional book fee is available in class.

Investing 101 ­ Financial Workshop / Jerry Ostrander

210621 $75 4 meetings WED 1/11-2/1 7:00p-9:00p PHS 17 limit 25

Students will learn how to increase your investment income while reducing taxes on those investments. We'll teach you about the stock market as well as other forms of ownership and loanership investments. Class will focus on you and your goals, whether saving for your children's education or planning for your own retirement. Instructor, Jerry Ostrander, AAMS, is the Financial Advisor from the Piedmont Office of Edward Jones Investments.

Register online: www.piedmontadultschool.org

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Computers

Computers

Computers for Older Adults ­ PC / Deborah Brooks

040531 $149 8 meetings THU 1/12-3/8 4:00p-6:00p PHS 48 limit 15

This course is for older adults (and others) who have no experience with computers and is taught in the PC environment. We will learn to use email and Internet. We will practice word processing and talk about basic vocabulary. We will concentrate on the special needs of the older adult and those with disabilities. Text is included in class fee - Basic Windows 7 by Deborah Brooks. No class 3/1.

Digital Cameras: How To Use Them / Dennis Mockel

045041 $75 3 meetings THU 1/12-1/26 7:00p-9:30p PHS 49 limit 25

Now that you have your digital camera the wonderment starts! What do all these knobs and buttons do? How can I print and email my pictures? How can I improve them? These questions and more are covered in this class. Students need to bring their cameras with charged batteries, a memory card and cables.

Dreamweaver CS5 ­ Introduction & Integration / Nathan Mattix

043321 $155 10 meetings FRI 1/9-3/16 6:30p-9:00p PHS 48 limit 15

Adobe Web Premium is a group of fully integrated software packages including Dreamweaver, Flash, Fireworks, Photoshop, Illustrator, and others. Although any one of these can be used in isolation of the others, they are most powerful when used together as a team. The early lessons will focus on learning web design using just Dreamweaver. The latter lessons focus on the integration of Dreamweaver with Photoshop, Fireworks, and Flash. If you are primarily interested in learning Dreamweaver, but you are curious about Flash, Fireworks, and Photoshop then this is the course for you. Web design is not for computer beginners. Strong computer skills are a must. All instructional materials will be provided in class.

Dreamweaver CS5 Special Topics / Nathan Mattix

046922 $155 10 meetings THU 1/12-3/8 4:00p-6:30p PHS 48 limit 20

Topics covered include videos and sounds, CSS, spry menus, spry tabbed panels, bookmarks, hotspots, forms and more. Prerequisites: Experience with Dreamweaver or permission of the instructor ([email protected]). Strong computer skills are a must. No class 3/1.

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Computers

Excel 2010, Beginning / Dennis Mockel

044021 $135 8 meetings THU 2/2-3/22 7:00p-9:30p PHS 48 limit 16

Microsoft Excel is the industry standard for spreadsheet programs. In this beginning level course, students learn to: navigate the user interface; enter data and create simple formulas; use cell references in formulas; format text, numbers, and sheets; build charts and diagrams. Prerequisite: familiarity with Windows operating system. Microsoft Office Excel; 2010 Comprehensive Course (ISBN:978-1-59136-310-1) is required.

Excel 2010: Formulas, Functions & Error / Helen Nishikai

044941 $83 1 meeting SAT 1/21 9:00a-4:00p PHS 48 limit 15

In this intermediate-level course, learn tips and techniques for using formulas and functions in Excel. After a review of the basics, we will cover topics for managing formulas, such as: relative vs. absolute cell references, linked formulas, 3-D formulas, named ranges, nested formulas, formula auditing, error checking, and calculation options. Then, we will go over specific functions in a varity of categories (logical, lookup, date and time, financial, math and statistics, text, etc.). Bring your questions and get ready to crunch a lot of numbers! Prerequisites: Excel 2007 or Excel 2010 Beginning or equivalent experience required.

Excel 2010: List Features & Pivot Tables / Nishikai, Helen

043941 $83 1 meeting SAT 3/17 9:00a-4:00p PHS 48 limit 12

In this intermediate-level class, you will learn both basic and advanced ways to sort, filter, outline, subtotal, autofill formulas, and browse through lists, including using the new Excel Tables. Then, learn the secrets of PivotTables and PivotCharts, which allow you to summarize long lists almost effortlessly using sums, percentages, and other statistical functions. Come to class and bring your questions! Prerequisites: Excel 2007/2010 Beginning or equivalent experience is required.

Photoshop CS5 Intro / Nathan Mattix

044621 $155 10 meetings TUE 1/10-3/20 6:30p-9:00p PHS 48 limit 15

Photoshop is the industry standard when it comes to photo editing. Come and see what the excitement is all about while learning the basics of photo editing and animation creation. All materials will be provided in class at no additional cost. Prerequisite: Strong computer skills. No class 2/21.

Powerpoint 2010, Introduction / Nathan Mattix

041331 $135 8 meetings FRI 1/13-3/2 4:00p-6:30p PHS 48 limit 12

Microsoft PowerPoint is used for making multimedia presentations. Topics will include adding graphics and sounds, adding and modifying objects, using animations, and many other topics. Prerequisite: Strong computer skills are required (creating folders, copy and paste, using the Internet, etc.) If you are unfamiliar with basic computer operations, please consider a more basic computer class first.

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Computers

Powerpoint 2010: Level 1 / Helen Nishikai

047846 $83 1 meeting SAT 2/25 9:00a-4:00p PHS 48 limit 15

PowerPoint is one of the most popular software for creating slideshow presentations. In this one-day class, you will learn the basics of PowerPoint. Topics include views, navigation, slide layouts, design themes, bullets and numbering, pictures, clip art, shapes, SmartArt, WordArt, tables, charts, and printing. Prerequisites: Strong computer skills and familiarity with any other Microsoft Office 2007/2010 program (Word, Excel, etc).

Quickbooks Pro Level 1 / Helen Nishikai

047040 $139 3 meetings SAT 1/28-2/11 9:00a-4:00p PHS 48 limit 15

Quickbooks is one of the leading accounting programs to manage finances for small businesses. In this course, you will learn about basic concepts, working with customer transactions, working with vendor transactions, banking, and creating a company file from scratch. Prerequisites: Familiarity with the Windows PC operating system. Experience with spreadsheet applications such as Microsoft Excel and accounting principles (ISBN 1 59136 294 6 and can be purchased from Labyrinth Publishing (1 800 522 9746 or www.lablearning.com). Also, a USB drive is required to store class files.

Word 2010 ­ Reference and Collaboration Tools / Helen Nishikai

048141 $83 1 meeting SAT 3/10 9:00a-4:00p PHS 48 limit 0

Learn the secrets to creating a Table of Contents in Microsoft Word with a click of a button! We will also cover how to use other reference features, such as Table of Figures, Table of Authorities, bibliography, footnotes, endnotes, dynamic cross-references, and indexes. Then, we will learn about features that help us during a document review, such as tracked changes, comments, comparing and merging documents. Prerequisites: Microsoft Word 2007/2010 Beginning or equivalent experience is required. Familiarity with styles and outlines is helpful but not required.

Digital Pictures ­ Correcting Problems / Mockel, Dennis

221341 $65 1 meeting SAT 3/10 10:00a-4:00p PHS 49 limit 15

Using a powerful photo editing program available for free on the internet learn how to fix flaws in pictures from your digital camera. We will cover many areas including correcting exposure and removing unwanted objects from your pictures.

Get To Know Your Digital Camera / Dennis Mockel

221141 $65 1 meeting SAT 2/4 10:00a-4:00p PHS 49 limit 24

Class will begin by describing typical camera controls such as exposure, scenes, white balance, macro, etc. Students must bring their digital cameras with memory cards. It will also be helpful (but not required) to bring the appropriate USB cable for downloading pictures and power supply/charger in case batteries discharge.

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General

Bridge Basics: Beginning / Jonathan Kael

230421 $145 9 meetings MON 1/9-3/19 6:30p-9:00p MHS 47a limit 20

This class is for total beginners. The course follows Audrey Grant's teaching method. You will learn counting points, bidding, leading, and discarding, Bridge vocabulary and much more. No class 1/16 and 2/20.

Bridge B ­ Intermediate Players / Jonathan Kael

238721 $155 10 meetings WED 1/18-3/21 6:30p-9:00p MHS 47a limit 24

This class is designed for students with basic knowledge of Bridge. (bidding, leading, counting points, discarding). Players will uncover strategies, understand conventions, and assess numerous card holding scenarios. Includes structured play and activities.

Organize Your Life / Sydney Metrick

231321 $103 6 meetings MON 1/30-3/5 7:00p-9:00p PHS 22 limit 18

Do you put off starting or finishing projects because it feels overwhelming? Is your clutter closing in on you? Is it hard for you to set and keep priorities? Learn to create and use simple structures that help you be in control of your life. Develop strategies and systems that help you clarify your goals, make workable plans, and block time so you can get things accomplished. Sydney Metrick, PhD, is a coach who helps non-linear thinkers succeed. Contact her at 510-223-3882.

General (Write Now!)

Illustration / Julien Shields

238921 $103 8 meetings TUE 1/10-3/6 7:30p-9:00p PHS 14 limit 25

Are you excited about visual story telling? Whether you already have a project in mind or are looking to begin from scratch on an idea, this is the class for you. Demonstrations and examples will show students how to work from rough to finish, refining character design, story and settings. Traditional and digital methods of illustration and publication will be discussed. Students are encouraged to work in a medium that they feel comfortable with. All abilities welcome. No class 2/21.

All fees are non-refundable unless class is cancelled Please read full course descriptions posted at

www.piedmontadultschool.org

before registering.

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Story Editing for Writers / Charlotte Cook

238821 $91 6 meetings MON 2/6-3/19 7:00p-9:30p PHS 14 limit 25

Short stories, novels, creative nonfiction and memoirs work if readers feel motivated to "turn the page." Satisfying, successful storytelling requires: Compelling story, engaging characters, evocative setting. A combination of techniques applied by the writer ensures this through plotting, voice, pace and mood­the same strategies used by story and acquisition editiors when evaluating manuscript for readability and publication. This interactive workshop requires some reading and writing­and writers motivated to discuss and employ these tactics. Charlotte Cook, MFA, is the former publisher and cofounder of KOMENAR Publishing. No class 2/20.

General (State Financed)

California High School Exit Exam--English / Staff

011521 $0 1 meeting 3/14 5:30p ­ 9:00p

A A

PHS 26

California High School Exit Exam--Math / Staff

011621 $0 1 meeting 3/15

5:30p ­ 9:00p

PHS 48

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Diploma Program--Be A High School Graduate / Katherine Terhar

010138 $0 MTWThF TBA 4:00p-7:00p AD ED

The Piedmont Adult School High School Diploma Program is designed for adults. To register, please fax your transcript to Piedmont Adult School, 510/ 595-8173. You may work at your own pace in a supportive classroom atmosphere. Credentialed teachers are available to work with you on your individualized program. It's never too late to get your high school diploma. No class 2/20.

Credits required for a Piedmont Adult School High School Diploma: English Math Physical Science Life Science Breadth (fine art/languages) 40 credits 20 credits 10 credits 10 credits 20 credits US History Economics Government World History Electives 10 credits 5 credits 5 credits 10 credits 60 credits

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Health/Rec/Dance

Health/Rec/Dance

Alycia's Heartbeat: A Co-ed Aerobic Workout / Alycia Lai-Clemens

053611 $100 63 meetings MTWThSSu 1/9-3/25 5:00p-7:00p WW AUD limit 99

Please join our 60-minute aerobic workout and feel healthy, energized and stress free! Alycia Lai-Clemens and Barbara Mizuno have been teaching aerobics and dance since 1980. Barbara's classes incorporate Pilates principles. Wear loose comfortable clothing and cross-training shoes; bring a mat or towel and light weights (2-3 lbs). All ages and fitness levels are welcome. For more info call: 510 585-5885. Classes are as follows: Mon 5:00-6:00pm; Tue 6:00-7:00pm; Wed 5:00-6:00pm; Thu 6:00-7:00pm; Sat 9:0010:00am; Sun 9:30-10:30am. No class 1/16 and 2/20 and 2/21.

Body Conditioning / Marie Saito

245321 $95 8 meetings THU 1/12-3/1 6:15p-7:15p EDRISCOLL limit 25

A fitness and strength workout using light weights and a mixture of low impact exercises. This full body conditioning class focuses on working every muscle group with correct form and full range of motion. Great for toning thighs, buttocks, abdominals/core, arms and back. Improve strength, balance, coordination, flexibility and more. Bring a mat and a set of 2-4 pound hand weights. All levels are welcome.

Pilates: Pilates Mat Class I / Ainka J Fulani

240821 $79 6 meetings TUE 1/10-2/14 6:45p-7:45p PHS DS limit 22

Ainka Fulani is a PMA Certified Pilates instructor and a NASM Certified Personal trainer. This class will focus on breathing, alignment, muscle isolation and control. This results in feeling stronger, calmer, more limber and more energized. This class is appropriate for students new to Pilates, or for those who want to master or return to the fundamentals. Bring a mat, and a large towel.

Strength Training For 40 & Older / Jacqui Birdsong - James

053221 $95 10 meetings TUE 1/10-3/20 5:00p-6:00p PMS 512 limit 15

Increase your endurance, strength and metabolic rate using free weights and Universal machines. This strength training class is in a fun circuit format in which all equipment is provided. No class 2/21.

Strength Training For 40 & Older / Jacqui Birdsong - James

053222 $95 10 meetings THU 1/12-3/15 5:00p-6:00p PMS 512 limit 15

Increase your endurance, strength and metabolic rate using free weights and Universal machines. This strength training class is in a fun circuit format in which all equipment is provided. No class 2/21.

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Health/Rec/Dance

Strength Training for 40 & Older: Twice Weekly / Jacqui Birdsong - James

053321 $139 21 meetings TTH 1/10-3/22 5:00p-6:00p PMS 512 limit 15

Increase your endurance, strength and metabolic rate using free weights and Universal machines. This strength training class is in a fun circuit format in which all equipment is provided. No class 2/21.

Tai Chi & Qigong Class for Beginners / Gail Sprung

091121 $110 10 meetings WED 1/11-3/21 7:00p-8:00p WW AUD limit 20

Join our Tai Chi class and experience the gentle movement of Qigong and Tai Chi. Learn how to relax the mind and relieve stress at the same time that you exercise and gain flexibility. Cultivate the chi and use it for the benefit of your health as well as enjoyment in exercising. Learn to practice using the mind, breath, and movement to find the natural state of tranquility. No class 2/29.

Tai Chi & Qigong for Continuing Students / Gail Sprung

091221 $110 10 meetings WED 1/11-3/21 8:00p-9:00p PHS DS limit 25

Continuing students will work on more Qigong, continue work on the Tai Chi form, and partner work including pushing hands. No class 2/29.

Take Care of Yourself! / Helga Holtmann

244721 $91 6 meetings WED 1/11-2/15 6:30p-8:00p MHS 45 limit 12

Breathe new life into yourself! If you often are stressed and tired, have difficulty concentrating, decreased productivity, digestive problems, heart palpitations, are often anxious etc, let me help you find energy and joy again. During 30 years of teaching stress reduction I have found ways that will work for you. Please bring a mat, pillow, and blanket and wear comfortable clothing. Questions? Contact me at [email protected]

Thursday Night Yoga / Barbara Massey

244421 $105 10 meetings THU 1/12-3/15 6:00p-7:15p PHS DS limit 20

A dynamic yoga practice that will keep your body young, your mind vibrant and your spirit soaring. We will attend to the classic yoga postures, alignment principals and breathing techniques. Suitable for all levels. A yoga practice will keep you healthy, agile and more resistant to injury and illness. Whether you have been doing a yoga practice for years or have always wanted to try yoga, this class will point you in the right direction easily and gently. You will also be encouraged to develop your own at home practice in order to enjoy a lifetime of yoga benefits. Bring a yoga mat, towel, blanket and wear comfortable clothing.

Weights And Cardio / Jacqui Birdsong - James

053921 $115 10 meetings WED 1/11-3/14 5:30p-7:00p PMS 511 limit 15

Want to lose weight and strengthen your muscles? Jacqui's class begins with weight lifting (with a warm up) and goes immediately into a cardio work out. Your body needs to burn through its sugar source before it taps into your fat. By starting with weights, you alert your muscles to trigger the proteins that churn through calories while your exercise. "Muscle eats the fat", so you want your muscles as active as possible. Women don't be afraid of weights, take this class and become familiar with equipment that can keep you fit throughout your life. Jacqui will help your reach your fitness goals.

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Homemaking: Cooking

Homemaking (Cooking)

Asian Vegetarian Cooking / Chat Mingkwan

256822 $126 3 meetings MON 2/27-3/19 6:30p-9:30p STU CTR limit 14

Using his cookbook, "Vegetarian Fusion," Chat invites you to join his quest for healthy eating. Let's modify popular Asian dishes into vegetarian friendly meals and maintain the soul that makes Asian cuisine so uniquely popular. We will make 5-6 dishes from various Asian Cuisines, such as China, India, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, and make them healthier and more beneficial by using only vegetables and their by-products. Learn to use different seasonings and herbs from Asia. Bring your sharp chef knife or cleaver and a nonalcoholic beverage. $35.00 feed fee included in class fee. No class 3/5.

Great Crepes Workshop / Chat Mingkwan

251541 $82 1 meeting SAT 1/28 10:30a-1:30p STU CTR limit 12

Crepes can be found in one form or another around the world, and they can be served as an appetizer, snack, salad, main entrée or dessert. Let's try crepes of milk and cream from the West, and crepes of coconut and nectar from the East. Let's try fillings of cheeses and wines from Europe, and fish sauce and toddy from Indochina. Learn how to make different batters and fillings and try your hands on various techniques in spreading and stuffing crepes. We will hands-on prepare most popular crepes from both worlds, such as Blintzes and cheese sauce, Chinese Muu Chu, French sweet crepe suzette with fresh seasonal fruits, Thai and Vietnamese moon crepes. Bring your crepe pan, sharp chef knife, and your own non-alcoholic beverage.

Indian Cooking / Meela Shah

250641 $75 1 meeting SAT 2/11 10:00a-2:00p STU CTR limit 14

Indian cuisine reflects the rich heritage of its people; the getting together of many race, religion, and cultural influences has evolved in a regional cuisine enjoying an ingenious use of spices and herbs to create seductive flavors. In this hands-on class, students will gain knowledge of healthful properties of spices/herbs, learn to prepare exotic spice mixtures, and create a multi-course, delicious lunch from appetizer to dessert. Emphasis is on vegetarianism, however, various improvisation techniques will be discussed to prepare non-vegetarian dishes at home. Join Meela Shah and experience the pleasure of the senses through the aromatic Indian dishes you'll learn to prepare...a perfect class for a Valentine's Day gift to give to a loved one.

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Homemaking: Cooking / Homemaking: Knitting & Sewing

Indonesian Cuisine / Chat Mingkwan

258541 $82 1 meeting SAT 1/14 10:30a-1:30p STU CTR limit 15

The "Spice Islands" or Indonesia has a lot to offer, especially its exotic spices and their delectable cuisine. Learn to know Indonesian spices and hands-on preparation of popular dishes such as assorted satays, fresh peanuts sauce, spicy fruit salad, dried beef curry and more! Bring your sharp chef's knife or clever and a non-alcoholic beverage. $15.00 food fee

Pan Asian Noodles / Chat Mingkwan

250941 $82 1 meeting SAT 2/4 10:30a-1:30p STU CTR limit 6

Asian countries share similar values and histories, but their unique cuisines clearly divide their differences. Noodles have become an Asian mainstream diet and their recipes have been modified to fit local palate by using local ingredients and techniques. Learn to use many varieties and make many versions of noodles both meat and vegetarian with influences from Pan Asian countries. Learn new dishes that are popular worldwide and prepare a scrumptious meal, such as Hunan Crispy Noodles Salad, Japanese Noodles, Nonyan Curried Noodles, Thai Stir-fried Noodles, and Vietnamese Cool Rice Noodles. Bring your sharp check knife and a non-alcoholic beverage. $12.00 food fee include in class fee.

Thai Cooking Series - Basic / Chat Mingkwan

251021 $126 3 meetings MON 1/23-2/13 6:30p-9:30p STU CTR limit 12

With new trends and his cookbook "Easy Thai," Chat invites you to this 3 week intensive Thai cooking series. Learn Thai culinary philosophy and learn to recognize Thai tastes and flavors through hands-on preparation of a 5 dish Thai meal each night for your dinner. Learn to use herbs and spices, such as galangal and kaffir lime that are unique to Thai cuisine and transform fresh ingredients into delicious dishes. Some dishes can be made in big batches that last for several meals. Bring your sharp chef's knife or clever and your own non-alcoholic beverage. $35 food fee included in class fee. No class 2/6.

Homemaking (Knitting & Sewing)

Knitting - Beginning / Auban Willats

050121 $119 8 meetings THU 1/12-3/1 7:00p-9:00p PHS 22 limit 8

Learn the basic skills of knitting, casting on, the knit and purl stitches, casting off, simple pattern stitches, increasing and decreasing, and measuring your gauge. No experience necessary. Bring a skein of worsted weight yarn and a pair of Size 8 knitting needles to the first class.

Knitting Clinic / Auban Willats

050521 $135 10 meetings TUE 1/10-3/20 7:00p-9:00p PHS 22 limit 10

Do you have unfinished projects languishing in your stash? Is there a project you want to start, but have a hard time getting motivated? Do you have yarn in your stash you don't know how to use? Are you looking for quick-to-knit projects for gift giving? Bring your projects and ideas. We'll finish things up, get inspired, and get knitting! No class 2/21.

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Homemaking: Knitting & Sewing / Languages

Sewing I - Beginning / Kate Ruddle

050421 $139 7 meetings THU 2/9-3/22 6:30p-9:30p PHS 27 limit 14

This class is for beginners with little or no sewing experience. Students learn four easy hand stitches and become comfortable with the use of a sewing machine. As this class is an introduction to machine sewing, care and use of your machine will be stressed. Students will leave the class having made a `boa scarf' and a fancy bag and six other personal projects. Playful creativity will be stressed throughout the class-so come prepared to play! Bring scissors, thread, a marking pencil and a yard of cotton to first class. Bring your own sewing machine, otherwise the adult school has a limited amount of machines available for use.

Languages

Arabic 1A / Simon Bandar

262721 $115 10 meetings SAT 1/14-3/17 1:00p-2:30p PHS 12 limit 20

This Arabic class is fun and easy. You will learn the Arabic alphabet, greetings, meeting people, numbers, colors, money, asking question, conversation, mail, telephone, telling time, travel transportation, going shopping, culture, sightseeing, hotels, and more.

Arabic 1B / Simon Bandar

263742 $115 10 meetings SAT 1/14-3/17 2:30p-4:00p PHS 12 limit 25

This Arabic course takes you further into learning the Arabic language (MSA-Modern Standard Arabic). This course will enable you to understand Arabic in a variety of different situations and will act as an excellent base for expanding your knowledge of the written and spoken language. Prerequisite: the ability to read Arabic.

French 1A / Jean Monnier

261521 $119 8 meetings TUE 1/17-3/13 7:00p-9:00p PHS 10 limit 25

This class is designed for beginners without prior exposure to the language or those who would like to go back to basics. Required text: Connexions 1 Methode de Francais and Connexions 1 Cahier d'exercises, ISBN# 978 2 278 054 114, and 978 2278 057 603. No class 2/21.

French 1B / Jean Monnier

260221 $119 8 meetings WED 1/18-3/7 7:00p-9:00p PHS 10 limit 25

This class is a direct continuation of French 1A. It is the second semester of beginning French. Required textbook: Connexions 1 Methode de Fransais, and Connexions 1 Cahier d'exercises (ISBN#9782 2780 5411 4). No class 2/22.

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Languages

German I, Beginning / Sandra Brandeberry

260321 $115 10 meetings WED 1/11-3/14 6:30p-8:00p PHS 15 limit 25

This course is an introduction to German for those who have had no prior exposure to the language or those who would like to go back to basics. The emphasis will be on speaking and practical conversational skills.

German II, Beginning / Sandra Brandeberry

260421 $115 10 meetings WED 1/11-3/14 8:00p-9:30p PHS 15 limit 25

If you have already taken a Beginning class, this class is for you. If you know some German but do not yet feel confident enough to go out and order Bier and Bratwurst at the Oktoberfest, this is also the right level for you. The focus is on the spoken language and real-life situations that you are likely to encounter on your travels in German-speaking countries.

Italian - 1A / Simon Bandar

263241 $115 10 meetings SAT 1/14-3/17 9:00a-10:30a PHS 12 limit 25

This Italian class is fun and easy. You will learn the Italian alphabet, greetings, meeting people, numbers, colors, money, asking questions, conversation, mail, telephone, telling time, travel transportation, going shopping, culture, sightseeing, hotels, and more.

Italian 1B / Simon Bandar

261341 $115 10 meetings SAT 1/14-3/17 10:30a-12:00p PHS 12 limit 25

This Italian course reinforces your knowledge acquired from Italian 1A. You will also learn further conversation, greetings, culture and useful expressions. Speak, read and write Italian in a fun and easy way. Students with previous knowledge of Italian will benefit greatly from this course.

Spanish IA / Ana Ruiz

261022 $155 10 meetings TUE 1/10-3/20 7:00p-9:30p PHS 28 limit 35

This class is an introduction to basic Spanish language! It is taught as a "living language," incorporating culture and working on communicative skills by means of constant class interaction and innovative activities that increase verbal abilities in a fun and natural way. Required text, Basic Spanish Grammar (ISBN: 0 395 96297 8, sixth edition), used through Spanish 1D. The book is available at Houghton-Mifflin, 800/462-6595, or used on Amazon. No class 2/21.

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Languages

Spanish IB / Christine So

261423 $155 10 meetings THU 1/12-3/15 6:30p-9:00p PHS 11 limit 25

This course will be a continuation of Spanish 1A. The objective will be to teach Spanish as a "living language" by creating an environment in which the student has ample opportunity to converse and interact while learning everyday situations in a Spanish-speaking environment. The text is the same one used in IA.

Spanish IC / Margarita Patel

261627 $155 10 meetings WED 1/11-3/14 6:30p-9:00p PHS 14 limit 25

This course continues from Spanish IB or the equivalent. Emphasis is placed on gaining fluency and comprehension skills by constantly speaking and interacting in Spanish. Extensive practice will be given in the past tenses along with continued vocabulary-building for travel and everyday situations. Lots of oral practice in a fun and stimulating environment. Text is the same one used in Spanish IA.

Spanish ID / Christine So

261821 $155 10 meetings TUE 1/10-3/20 6:30p-9:00p PHS 11 limit 25

After mastering the basics, you are ready to put all your new skills into practice. Students will do lots of conversing in Spanish along with vocabulary-building, storytelling, and other fun activities. Vengan a hablar Español! Text is the same one used in Spanish 1A. No class 2/21.

Spanish IIA / Margarita Patel

261921 $155 10 meetings THU 1/12-3/15 6:30p-9:00p PHS 14 limit 25

Prerequisite: Spanish ID. Taught mostly in Spanish. Lively conversations, interviews, skits, songs and mini-presentations to build fluency together with ongoing review of grammar. Assumes you have studied the imperative, past tenses, future, conditional and the subjunctive. Text same as Spanish IIB: Ultimate Spanish Review and Practice (ISBN: 0-658-000-756).

Spanish IIB / Ana Ruiz

262021 $155 10 meetings THU 1/12-3/15 7:00p-9:30p PHS 10 limit 25

This class is designed for the more advanced student. It is taught solely in Spanish. Lots of conversation and wonderful creative activities, together with on-going review of grammar. Text: "The Ultimate Spanish Review and Practice" ISBN# 0-658-000-756

Swedish IB / Agneta Schipper

263441 $119 8 meetings SAT 2/4-3/24 10:00a-12:00p PHS 15 limit 15

This class is designed for students who have basic knowledge of Swedish. We will do an update of fundamental grammar rules and then introduce reading texts, written exercises and engaging in simple conversations. We will also discuss Swedish customs and culture. The focus will be on giving you plenty of language skills for your trip to Sweden or for reading all those fabulous crime stories in Swedish. The text books, "Vagen till Sverige", will be available for purchase the first day of class.

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Music / Public Ser vice

Music

Bagpipes / Lynne Miller

270121 $135 10 meetings WED 1/11-3/18 7:00p-9:00p PMS 402 limit 25

This is an introduction to the great Highland bagpipe. Beginning students will learn the basics of reading music and playing bagpipes by playing a practice chanter, the preparatory instrument for bagpipes. Please bring a practice chanter to class. No experience is necessary. As students progress to playing the bagpipes, they will have the option of working with more advanced students. This year we will have an introduction to piobaireachd which is the classical music of the bagpipe. This is your chance to learn more about bagpipes. No class 11/23.

Guitar, Beginning / Bruce Brill

270222 $103 8 meetings TUE 1/10-3/6 7:00p-8:30p PMS 503 limit 18

This class is for people who have never played guitar before. Basic chords, strums, finger picking, different styles of music, tablature and note reading will be explained. Students will play solo and in groups of two and three. Bring a guitar­with all six strings on, in tune­and a pen or pencil. No class 2/21.

Public Service

Traffic Violator School - Evening / Paul Wong

280121 $40 2 meetings MT 1/9-1/10 6:00p-10:00p PHS 16 limit 20

The Piedmont Adult School is DMV-licensed to hold Traffic Violator Classes for those needing to fulfill their obligation with the courts. With permission from the court, this class will cancel your traffic ticket. Traffic classes are held in the evening during the week on Mondays and Tuesdays, or Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 6:00-10:00p at Piedmont High School in Room 16. The cost is $40. Please register online @ piedmontadultschool.org.

Traffic Violator School - Evening / Paul Wong

280122 $40 2 meetings MT 2/6-2/7 6:00p-10:00p PHS 16 limit 25

The Piedmont Adult School is DMV-licensed to hold Traffic Violator Classes for those needing to fulfill their obligation with the courts. With permission from the court, this class will cancel your traffic ticket. Traffic classes are held in the evening during the week on Mondays and Tuesdays, or Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 6:00-10:00p at Piedmont High School in Room 16. The cost is $40. Please register online @ piedmontadultschool.org.

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Public Ser vice

Traffic Violator School - Evening / Paul Wong

280123 $40 2 meetings MT 3/5-3/6 6:00p-10:00p PHS 16 limit 20

The Piedmont Adult School is DMV-licensed to hold Traffic Violator Classes for those needing to fulfill their obligation with the courts. With permission from the court, this class will cancel your traffic ticket. Traffic classes are held in the evening during the week on Mondays and Tuesdays, or Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 6:00-10:00p at Piedmont High School in Room 16. The cost is $40. Please register online @ piedmontadultschool.org.

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Creative Retirement

Creative Retirement

The Creative Retirement Center: A Free Arts and Social Program for Older Adults Join us on Thursday at the Creative Retirement Center located at the Veterans Hall, 401 Highland Ave., Piedmont , CA The times have been changed to 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Pre-registration is not required. Please feel free to drop in! For more information, call 510 594-2716. Thursday meeting dates are as follows: Jan. 5, 19, 26, Feb. 2, 16, 23, March 1, 15, 22, 29, April 5, 19, 26, May 3, 17, 24, 31, June 7.

Exercise for Seniors / Jacqui Birdsong­James

060131 No Fee See dates above

A

10:00a-11:00a

Vets Hall

limit 25

Do you suffer from cramps or stiffness in your legs or arms? Do you tire easily? Wish you had more flexibility? Can you spare one hour a week? Come to the Creative Retirement Center and exercise with fellow seniors. Doctors agree that even moderate exercises can extend your life. In a short time you will feel healthier and have more pep. Vigor and fitness is not the domain of youth.

Fine Arts Painting & Drawing--All Media / Richard Gunn

060131 No Fee See dates above 10:00a-1:00p

A

Vets Hall

limit 25

A class designed for older adults in which the student will re­learn old skills or learn new skills while experimenting with fine arts media, techniques, color and composition, in order to promote a more productive use of leisure time and create a positive feeling of self­worth. It is a one­on­one, self­ paced class geared to the student's level of ability. Areas of study include composition, perspective, color, use of 9­value gray scale and texture.

Needlework / Auban Willats

060131 No Fee

A

See dates above

10:00a-12:00p

Vets Hall

limit 25

Students will learn new techniques and improve on existing skills in knitting, sewing, crocheting and needlepoint. All levels from beginning to advanced are welcome. Bring in projects to be finished or start new ones. Some supplies and equipment provided. Students must provide their own materials (yarn, fabric, etc.).

Strength Training / Jacqui Birdsong­James

060131 No Fee See dates above

A

11:00a-12:00p

Vets Hall

limit 22

The benefits of exercise are numerous; strength training is a part of keeping your mind and body healthy and active. This class will use rubber bands and weights (cans of soup) and natural stretching to: increase muscular strength, improve range of motion of joints, reduce body fat and increase lean body mass. Please bring two cans of soup to use as weights.

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