Classes & Events

Dutchess Community College – South
Late Summer 2018
31 Marshall Road, Bldg. 4, Wappingers Falls


Register: 845-431-8910
Online registration: www.sunydutchess.edu/cfweb 

Qi Gong for Seniors LES451

Qi Gong literally means “energy cultivation”. With this practice we cultivate how we use our
own innate energy, our Qi or Life Force, which has many health benefits starting with our
breath. Modifications will be suggested as this class is for seniors.
Materials fee included in the cost of class.
Class meets 8/10, 8/17, 8/24, 8/31, 9/7 and 9/14/18. (12 Hours)
5247 90   From 10:00 am-12:00 pm (Friday)   8/10-9/14    $129

 

Mount Saint Mary College – Desmond Campus

6 Albany Post Road, Newburgh, NY  12550
(845) 565-2076
Register Online:   www.msmc.edu/communityed                              

The Feminine Second Spring-
Evolving with Grace, Vitality, and Beauty through Perimenopause and Menopause


This class will discuss how women can mindfully navigate this natural transition from the reproductive years into a heart-centered and creative menopausal phase.  Many women dread this stage of their lives, when in fact these are the very best of years. This is the time women should savor the ripe fruits of Autumn.  Our energies lift from the reproductive center to our heart center.  Qi Gong exercise as well as guidance with diet and lifestyle, along with “how to” recommendations.


Saturday – September 22nd, 2018   – 
 10 am to 2 pm     $40.00

 

 

NEW! – Kingston Location

Classes will be offered at the KSU Campus in Kingston – 94 St. Mary’s Ave.
Ulster County Community College starting in September 2018!
                                

~  Qi Gong for Wellness – 4 class series  – NCC 2016 ~

Qi Gong literally means energy cultivation. In the practice of Qi Gong we cultivate how we use our own innate energy, our Qi, Prana or Life Force, which in turn will enhance our health on all levels. This simple but powerful mindful movement can help those in recovery from surgery and illnesses as well. The exercises are highly intentional, and through intention and breath we are able to manipulate the various subtle energies of the body, mind and spirit.

Class schedule:  Four class series; meeting on Monday 9/17, 9/25, 10/2 & 10/15/18
From:  10:30 am to 11:45 am                              Course fee:  $109.00

To register please click on the following link:

http://apps.sunyulster.edu/courses/NCC,2106 

or visit:  http://www.sunyulster.edu/ce

 

~ Introduction to Ayurveda ~

NCC 2107-01    CRN: 82176

Category: Complementary Health &Wellness

Ayurveda is one of the world’s oldest holistic healing systems. It is based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body, and spirit. This class will focus on determining one’s Prakruti or original constitution which will be expressed through the predominating do- sha (one of three bodily humors – wind, bile or phlegm – that make up one’s constitution) or dosha combination. The doshas are known as Vata, Pitta & Kapha. Once determined, you will then be able to serve their Prakruti and attain balanced health by balancing your diet and lifestyle appropriately. Herbal and nutritional recommendations will be made as appropriate to each dosha.

Section: NCC2107-01  CRN: 82176   Course fee: $39.00

Class meets on Saturday 9/29/18 from 10 am to 1 pm at KSU

To Register; please click on the following link:

http://apps.sunyulster.edu/courses/NCC,2107

or visit:  http://www.sunyulster.edu/ce

 

Principles of Ayurveda ~  The Two Vital Principles
– Agni & Prana – 

NCC 2108-01    CRN:  82177

Category: Complementary Health &Wellness

The two vital principles are Prana and Agni.  A two-fold focus will be placed on breath and digestion with an “ama” reducing diet outlined for specific constitutional types. Herbal remedies for lung and digestive support will be discussed. You will learn some techniques as to how to maintain a peaceful state of mind-body-spirit through optimizing the breath of life (Prana). You will discern the appropriate foods and herbs to strengthen the respiratory and digestive tract as well as demystifying the “detox” craze by learning how to reduce blockages “ama” in the body with a graduated diet. Prerequisite: Introduction to Ayurveda.

Section:  2108-01  CRN:  82177  Course Fee:  $39.00

Class meets on Saturday October 20th from 10 am to 1 pm

To Register; please click on the following link:

http://apps.sunyulster.edu/courses/NCC,2108

or visit: http://www.sunyulster.edu/ce