The Winter/Spring session of St. Charles Adult and Community Education includes a range of fitness and wellness courses that will help energize your life.
Students can take 10 percent off the cost of tuition thru Jan. 4 when they register online at www.stcharlesae.org. Discount does not include supply fees or the cost of books.
Check out our line up of health and fitness classes for winter/spring 2015:
Raw Food “Uncooking”: Discover benefits of eating raw, live food!
Making Meatless Meals: Add meat-free meals to your menu to reduce costs and improve your health.
Yoga for Body and Mind: This new class combines Hatha Yoga and mindful breathing practices to create peace in mind and body.
Classical Restorative Yoga: Yoga teaches the art of self improvement, the benefits of good health and increased energy.
Beginner Hatha Yoga: Learn postures, known as asanas, that will help you align muscles, skin and bones to create more balance and flexibility.
Intermediate Yoga: This class builds on Hatha Yoga to offer increased body awareness and explore complex poses, including balancing poses.
Low-Impact Aerobics: Improve fitness, increase flexibility, gain strength and have fun in this engaging class.
Instructor Katie Nowikow is back with a new course this spring, “It’s My Fault I’m Fat,” which will shed light on the personal responsibility each of us have for our health and weight. Nowikow examines the forces at work that influence our habits, food choices, and more. You’ll learn to differentiate personal responsibility from outside factors to make changes in your routine and achieve lasting results. Offered on 5/5.