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with Wayne Howe
From raw rookie to seasoned smasher, everyone is welcome to play indoor badminton. No need to register! Just show up.
Essential Oils for Summer
with Katie Sloma
We will discuss what Essential Oils are and how you can use oils to support your physical and emotional health, enhancing your quality of life. Learn how to incorporate Essential Oils into your summer routine to cool off your body, calm down before long periods of travel, and sooth your summer skin. Essential Oils can also help you let go of all the stress that has built up in your body and can support your goals of maintaining a healthy weight by curbing your appetite, increasing your metabolism, and suporting your daily energy level. All participants will leave with 3 Essential Oil samples and 1 make and take Essential Oil product. .
with Heather Vail
If you are interested in getting started with goats, this workshop is for you. Learn about goat health, breeding, and local resources from Heather Vail, who has raised goats for 25 years.
Intro to Self Employment
with Karleen Andrews
This one-session workshop will help you decide if self-employment is the right choice for you. The class covers the pros and cons of owning your own business, the steps needed for start-up, the major elements of a business plan, and the many resources available to help you succeed.
JOYFUL Movement for Abundant Wellness
with Kara Masters
Also known as "Kripalu Danskinetics-for improved cardio-vascular flow, movement, breathing, and relaxing. Feel your heart in your body and in a joyful, moving group with your abundant wellness as a goal. This class is in the moment-no choreography and no memory required: just remember to come to class each week. All levels welcome. Participants will benefit from our weekly warm up, 30-45 minutes of joyful & freeing movement, followed by seated deep breathing & relaxation to close the class. Wear comfortable clothing and non-marking soles for the gym floor, and bring water, a small hand towel, a blanket, towel or yoga mat for the end of class. Max 30
with Sara Johnson
Meditation can be difficult to practice on your own. This class is meant to teach you some techniques to get you started on the path to meditation. It will include some intentional breath work to aid in relaxation, a light gazing activity, and meditation. Bring a yoga mat, towel, or small blanket.
with Matt Howe
Maine sushi enthusiast Matt Howe will share an abundance of ideas and techniques to help take your homemade sushi in creative new directions. Whether you are new to sushi rolling or experienced in making your own, this class is sure to expand your sushi horizons. We'll begin with a review of sushi rolling basics and then explore a range of topics including designing sushi rolls that feature the freshest and most sustainable seafood harvested along the Maine coast; using brown rice; trends in veggie sushi such as pink rice, beet rolls and marinated tomato nigiri; guidance on purchasing and proper handling of raw fish; making sushi burritos; and how to plan a complete sushi-themed dinner party with homemade miso soup, seaweed salad and a beautiful sushi platter that includes something for everyone, from strict vegans to the ardent sashimi fans. You’ll be busy making sushi from the start, so in addition to your favorite sharp knife, bring a large container to take your creations home.
Women-Only Beginner Fly Fishing
with Jim Yarasitis
This course is for women only, with little to no fly fishing experience. We will cover basic casting, rod sizes, knots, type of flies, and how to tye them. You will have fun in these safe, low-key, and informal classes, and gain the knowledge to start your fishing experience in a comfortable environment. Tuition includes a one year membership to Trouts Unlimited, a TU fishing hat, and all supplies needed for the class.