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Get Up Off the Floor Yoga - LIFE 1990
with Audrey Bunten
This Zoom class will focus on strategies for getting onto, and more importantly, up from the floor, with and without the assistance of a chair. Students will gain strength in legs, upper body, back and core, as well as improve balance. Many chair yoga positions will be taught, as well as movements that can be done to transition from sitting to standing both from a chair and from the floor. Suitable for those with mobility challenges looking to improve mobility, strength, flexibility and balance. Register for both sections at the same time and receive $10 off your total registration. Input Promo FAYoga
NO CLASS ON NOV. 25
Noon Yoga - LIFE 2010
with Audrey Bunten
This is a Zoom yoga class with an emphasis on stress-relieving techniques to ease students from a busy day into a calm evening. Techniques will not only include yoga, but also deep breathing, guided visualization, muscle relaxation and self-massage. Appropriate for everyone from beginners to more experienced yoga practitioners, as the instructor will demonstrate modifications to make the positions easier for those who may be new to yoga or have physical limitations as well as modifications for those ready to go deeper into their practice. Register for both sections at the same time and receive $10.00 off your total registration. Promo code: FAYoga
No Class Nov. 25
Learn the ABCs of Crochet - LIFE 1809
with Pamela Hickman
Learn the basics of crocheting: identifying crochet language, learn to read a pattern and create a basic easy crochet project (granny square blanket or basic hat). Come away with a sense of accomplishment and a basic project of your own. MATERIALS NEEDED: 1 - H hook (practice yarn and an instruction manual will be provided). Yarn for in-class project and pattern selection will be discussed at the first class.
No Class Nov. 28
Creative Writing: Writing Your Way to Self Expression - LIFE 2013
with Tina Ann Forkner
Whether you are an experienced writer or new to creative writing, this workshop is for you. Writing on a regular basis is an excellent way to escape life's everyday routine and tap into your creative side. Creative writing can also expand your vocabulary, help clarify your thoughts, and alleviate emotional stress. This class will help writers of all levels discover the secret to expressive writing through journaling exercises, writing prompts, and exploration of different writing forms, including non-fiction and poetry. This class will allow you time to write independently, with guidance as needed, as well as participate in a peer group workshop.
Understanding Medicare Drug Programs - LIFE 1970
with Charlie Simineo
Are you eligible for Medicare, or will be shortly? If you are, you probably have the following questions: Are my drugs covered? Do I need to get Part D coverage? How do I sign up? What if I am covered by another insurance plan? Why do I need to pick a Part D plan? What does picking a Part D plan even mean? How do I do it? Do I need to select a different plan each year? What if I have used the same plan for several years? If you have had any of these questions, this class is for you. You are encouraged to bring your list of medications and know which pharmacy you use. Help will be provided to those who would choose to select a Part D plan.
Intro to Digital 3D Design LIFE 2002
Students will learn the basics of digital 3D using a free application called Blender. Students will learn the foundations of 3D rendering including how to model, texture, rig and animate a 3D model for use in a variety of applications including: Art, Game Design, Architecture, Medical Imaging and 3D printing. Please bring a flash drive to save your work. Minimum age of 16. Ages 13-15 with parent registration.
Driver's Education - LIFE 1096
with Jim Wollack
In-class instruction will meet on Zoom Tuesday and Thursday Evening from 5:30 to 8:30 PM and Saturday 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
The driver’s education course is a program consisting of 30 classroom hours being held via the free Zoom app, a combination of in-car instruction and simulator driving experience and six hours of observation as set forth by the Wyoming State Department of Education. Simulator time will begin the week prior to the start of the classroom portion of the class. The course meets the basic requirements of the Wyoming Department of Transportation. REQUIREMENTS: (1) one parent must attend the first 1/2 hour of the first class via zoom (for those students under 18), (2) student must have their driving permit prior to registration (3) student must provide their own (insured) vehicle for the one-on-one driving portion of the class and (4) attendance is required at each class for the certificate to be issued. Students who do not successfully complete the course may be eligible for additional instructional time for a fee. For more information on this program please see our website at lccc.wy.edu/ lifeenrichment.
The in-person components of this class requires participants to agree to:
- Wear a mask or face covering, while on campus (CDC guidelines)
- Submit the LCCC self-screening form before coming to campus
- Do not come to campus if you are suffering any symptoms associated with COVID 19
- Follow all LCCC posted guidance and signage
- Maintain 6 feet of social distancing whenever possible
Meditation and Mindfulness - LIFE 1936
with Betsy Collar
Meditation is a practice by which a person achieves a greater sense of awareness, wisdom, introspection, and relaxation. Research shows that meditation can reduce occupational burnout and personal stress, reduce feelings of anxiety and depression, support focus and attention, and increase memory capacity and aid in higher levels of self compassion. In this 8 week course, we will explore mindfulness and meditation while exploring different techniques of meditation to support you in developing or enhancing your own meditation practice. Weekly meetings will include group discussion, guided meditations, self reflection and occasional readings.