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Let It Go! w/ Tony
with Tony Garreton
"Let it Go with Tony" is under TDF (Tony Dance Fiesta LLC) and is not only a dance program that helps you physically by burning calories and keeping you fit, but it also helps you fight depression, it will encourage you to feel empowered and confident. It will be a time dedicated especially to you, where you will laugh, dance, without being judged. This class is for everybody, gender, age and shape… you will go at your own pace, just like you would in a nightclub or in a family party! Course fee is for 6 sessions with Tony.
Discover Qigong with Robin
with Robin Brooks
+++THIS CLASS HAS BEEN CANCELED BY THE INSTRUCTOR+++
We apologize for the inconvience.
This four-session class will meet on Thursday afternoons from 3:15-4:15 pm. During each hour-long session we will play with our vital energy, or “Qi” (pronounced chee) through gentle movement (seated and standing), breath practices, self-massage, and meditation. No experience is needed—just a desire to relax, unwind and de-stress. *No class: 2/23.
Trim & Tone
with Pamila Justice
This 60 minute, energetic, fun-filled cardio fitness class features a fusion of easy to follow dance moves, resistance training, yoga, and kickboxing, all choreographed to popular music! The class is designed for all fitness levels with safe and effective moves to give a total body workout! Students should bring mat and weights. *Class meets Tuesdays AND Thursdays from 2/28-4/27. **No classes: 4/18 & 4/20.
Learn Tennis 123
with Andrea Georgian
Tennis 123 at Maine Pines is geared toward the beginning player or player returning to tennis. It includes 3 weeks of lessons designed to instruct the player in all aspects of the game. For the 3-week program, it includes a court fee membership at Maine Pines with a free cardio tennis class, a social mixer, free designated weekend court time, and free fitness membership during the month. Tennis 123 starts the first week of the month and runs for 3 weeks. Please complete paperwork at Maine Pines on your first day! Demo rackets are available to use during class if needed! Location: 120 Harpswell Road, Brunswick
Exploring Spirituality for Mental Health Wellness
with Catherine Duclos
Have you ever thought or felt that there is a deeper experience of living that inspires your life? Have you ever struggled with a non-specific craving for most of your life? It is a pervasive aspect of human experience, and it has been misread, misdiagnosed, misunderstood, and acted upon in mistaken ways, some of them deadly. The only way we successfully satisfy this elemental craving for wholeness is through an ongoing relationship with a vast inner spiritual source. In this class, we can explore each of our own connections with this inner spiritual source and discuss how it can play a central role in finding peace, strength and a true perseverance in facing the challenges that we do on a daily basis. We will examine writings from world spiritual traditions from the mystic branches of each religion and then come to craft our own personal statement of belief as well as developing daily practices to live an embodied personal spiritual truth and understanding.
with Heather Laffely
Looking for a cardio workout, but they all seem so boring? Love Latin rhythms, music and dances?...Then come join the Party!! Fiesta Fitness is an All-Levels Latin Dance-Fitness class designed to get fit and have fun with the rhythms and movement of Latin music and dance basics.
Moving Through Life with Ease
with Judy Pagon
I regained the joy and comfort in playing my viola that I had lost during my conservatory training, and was able to resume my musical career. Learning the Alexander Technique changed my life. Over time, I also learned to incorporate the technique into every aspect of my life: walking, sitting at the computer, exercise, etc. When I realized how much it was helping me, I trained to become a teacher so I could share with others the benefits of this technique. The Alexander Technique would be helpful for anyone who struggles with discomfort, tension or fatigue as they move through their daily life. Learning the technique allows people to learn to do the things they already do, more easily and with less tension and effort.
with Heather Laffely
Kindly join Heather for a Gentle Recovery Yoga/Breathwork/Movement class designed for ALL in Recovery from Addiction, whether Day 1 or decades into Recovery. The movement is slow and gentle. One main focus is finding comfort with our internal thoughts and emotions, while in quietude with our breath. With Plenty of time to be silent with our thoughts, the class introduces the idea of allowing the breath to be a tool to help with both our thoughts and emotions, while assisting our physical body. Classes always include gentle, mindful movement and activation to the spine in all directions to bring tone to the Central Nervous System, as well as, Twists and Other Yoga Postures that support a Vital Recovery. Together we will ‘Strengthen Within-To Be Stronger Without.’