We are adding a new Tai-Chi fitness class starting March 7.
The exercises emphasize continuous flowing movements that unite the body, breath and mind. There is a focus on specific movements from the Simplified 24 Tai Chi form.
Benefits include increased flexibility, leg strength and balance, as well as the effects of meditation such as a reduction in stress and anxiety.
Continue reading Second Tai Chi Class Starts March 7
A new class for seniors, “Muscle Boom” is coming to the Adorni!
Muscle Boom incorporates athletic-based exercises that improve upper body conditioning. You’ll move through several “blocks,” which are groups of exercises that focus on different muscle groups. The focus of this class is on toning muscles and building overall strength.
Continue reading Toning and Strength Class for Seniors Starts March 7
Discover basic acting skills in a friendly and exciting weekly course.
Acquire strong auditioning techniques in monologue and dialogue forms. Students will strengthen their skills in voice projection, enunciation, and will learn several short monologues and short acts.
This class is for students ages 10 and up.
Continue reading All Age Acting Class Starts March 7
Want to get started on your novel?
Start small with this stimulating eight-week creative writing class. Capture your life experience in powerful prose readers will relate to, create small worlds of large import, and share your work in a friendly atmosphere of peers.
This eight-week course of insightful readings and responses will prepare you to tackle even your largest writing projects in incremental stages.
Through the progress of this course each student will build a notebook of their own original pieces written in response to prompts, as well as the annotated materials explored.
Continue reading Glimpses: Creative Writing Class for Adults Starts March 5
We just recently got a lot of new cooking equipment and have no one to use it – so we are looking for someone to teach an adult and kids community cooking class.
We are pretty open to what that means. You can structure it basically however you want.
The usual format is a 1 1/2 hour long class once a week for 6-8 weeks, but it depends on what works best for you.
Community classes are open to everyone in the entire community. they have a set topic with a group of attendees who go through the whole course. They run on a set schedule (such as Mondays from 6-8PM from April 3 through May 10, ex. Beginning Pottery class); or they repeat regularly with a different group of people attending each time (such as the third Saturday of each month at 7:45AM, ex. CPR class)
Continue reading Can You Teach Cooking? If so, we need you!
Starting January 2, 2019, we are introducing a special on-going fitness class for folks 65 and older, called “SAIL.”
It focuses on strength, balance and general fitness.
Continue reading New Fitness Program for Older Adults
Finding time to spend with the family can be difficult, which is why Eureka Recreation is providing this 6-week long session of Family Ceramics to encourage families to get in some quality time and create art together.
This class will focus on creating several pieces to take home, including pinch pots, coil pieces, and more.
This class will provide students the opportunity to work in a more free flowing atmosphere where projects will be available to create or participants can choose their own pieces to complete.
Each member of the family will need to have a Waiver & Release of Liability on file by the first class date.
Pre-registration is required.
Continue reading Family Ceramics Class Returns Starting Jan 14