Want to write, but not sure where to start or how to continue? This class will discuss ways to bust through writer’s block and fears and fire up your creativity so that you can (finally) start – or finish – that writing project you’ve had in mind, be it a short story, novel, newspaper or magazine article, blog and more. We will also be doing short writing exercises to ignite the fire.
Yoga teacher certification is tailored to meet individual needs. 200 hours are required over the semester. Students need to be available during the times that Cooke Fisher is teaching Tuesday & Thursday throughout the semester. Email Cooke at firstname.lastname@example.org for info.
This is a continuation of Tai Chi 1, 2 & 3. In this class, we will continue to build upon the moves we know, while adding complexity to them.
This gentle form of tai chi is perfect for beginning students or participants who are getting back into tai chi. It is designed to bring health and balance into the body and mind. The emphasis is on slowly and properly learning foot and arm placement and body alignment, to create a solid foundation for future, more complex, tai chi moves. This moving meditation will help you relax, unwind and practice loving kindness toward yourself and others.
Please join us for Summit Reads 2014 Community Book “Getting Green Done” by Auden Schendler panel discussion on May 15th starting at 7pm. Some of our panel members include Sha Miklas with Arapahoe Ski area, Jen Schenk of High Country Conservation Center, Mark Truckey with the Town of Breckenridge and Nicole Fazande from CMC!
Free and open to the public.
Tuscany, home to world-class Chiantis, breads and prized olive oils, is also the home of many Italian specialties. Learn to prepare a menu of Crostini al Pomodoro, Eggplant Frittata, Pasta Fagioli, Tuscan Seafood Stew and Stuffed Chicken Breasts with Mushroom Sauce.