New Classes! January 2019
Please register by calling (858) 459-0831
New Year Goals: How to Get Results
Learn how to analyze and evaluate how you’re currently doing in the major areas of your life and how to write your personal long-range plan based on realistic goals and action plans. How to be accountable for your results will also be discussed. Led by Patricia Rinaker, M.A. Guidance & Counseling, Stanford University, Long-range planning career and Life Coach.
Mon, Jan 14, 10am-12:30pm. $30/M, $35/NM.|
Capturing Your Memoir: Six-week course
Everyone has a story to tell. If you’ve ever thought about documenting your life story – for your family or for the masses – here is your chance to make it a reality. This course includes exercises and feedback to inspire you to begin the process of writing your memoir. Intended for writers of all abilities. Course taught by Sid Shapira. Registration required by January 9.
Wed, Jan 16 – Feb 20, 10:30am-12pm. $65/M, $75/NM.
Italian for Beginners & Intermediate – 8 Week Course
This course will include grammar and conversation.
Instructor: Paola Baracco.
Tue, Jan 22, 9-10am, Intermediate
Thu, Jan 24, 9-10am, Beginner
$135/M, $145/NM. Registration required (858) 459-0831.
NEW! Cooking with Anne Masri
Anne is a Board Certified Nutritionist and Nutritional Chef. She holds a certification from Harvard Medical School in CHEF Coaching and a Plant Based Whole Foods certification from Cornell University.
Registration required. (858) 459-0831.
Eliminate Inflammation by Eating from the Rainbow
Fighting free-radicals with plant powered antioxidants is your best defense to fending off chronic disease, and this never has to mean sacrificing flavor. Experience simple ways to incorporate nutrient dense ingredients that taste so good you’ll be coming back for more. Samples will be provided. Menu includes: Persimmon, Pomegranate, and Avocado Salsa, Rainbow Asian Chopped Salad, Roasted Tri-Color Yams. Fri, Jan 4, 12-2pm. $49/M, $55/NM.
Using Food as Medicine
Herbs and spices are age old forms of treating ailments. Antibiotic, antibacterial properties are found in some of our most beloved foods. Learn which foods are most successful for preventing common conditions. Boost your immune system with phytonutrients. Ward off the winter blues. All while enjoying scrumptious vitamin and mineral rich meals. Samples will be provided. Menu includes: Flu Busting Soup, Magic Green Sauce, Raw Cacao Truffles. Fri, Jan 18, 12-2pm. $49/M, $55/NM.
NEW! Healthy Recipe Variations Cooking Class Series
Each class will include a demo and samples of a complete meal plus discussion about food options and nutrition. Includes recipes to recreate at home. Taught by food blogger, Rene MacVay. Registration required. (858) 459-0831.
New Year Recipes Swaps for Healthy and Allergy Friendly Eating Featuring Spaghetti Squash with a variety of fillings.
Fri, Jan 11, 12-2pm.
Valentine’s Day Eating Featuring Tofu Parmesan, Turkey Meatballs, Gluten Free Low Carb Pasta, Seasonal Vegetables, “Hearty” Dessert.
Fri, Feb 8, 12-2pm.
Cooking Seasonally…Quick Fixes for Healthy Eating Featuring: Quinoa Bowl w/Seasonal Produce and Quinoa Cookies.
Fri, Mar 1, 12-2pm.
Three-Five Ingredient Recipes Featuring Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert Suggestions.
Fri, Apr 5, 12-2pm.
4 Part Series: $80/M, $100/NM, Drop in $22/M, $28/NM.
Registration required. (858) 459-0831.
Art History 3 Part Series: Part 1 – The Life and Artistic Contributions of Picasso and His Peers
Receive a visually rich background of the era and the art created and learn about the socio, politic, and economic influences upon artists and see how the world in which artists worked is reflected in their work. There will be lecture and discussion. Presented by Rene’ MacVay.
Part 2 – Feb 21: The Life and Artistic Contributions of Rembrandt and His Peers.
Part 3 – Mar 21: The Life and Artistic Contributions of GMC: Giotto, Masaccio, and Caravaggio.
Thu, Jan 17, 9:30-10:30am.
Series $30/M, $40/NM. Drop-In $12/M, $15/NM per class.
Brain Longevity Workshop
Learn about the latest evidence-based research, conducted by leading universities, on how to prevent cognitive decline through lifestyle changes. This workshop is intended to spread awareness and educate people of all ages about lifestyle choices they can make to promote a Happy and Healthy Life thereby reducing the risk of chronic diseases, including dementia. Presented by Sasha Briskin, Wellness Coach, BS Cognitive Science (UCSD), Certified Brain Longevity® Therapy Specialist, Certified Healing Touch Therapist.
Workshop consists of a series of four 2-hour classes, 1-3pm.
Tue, Jan 22: Physical & Mental Brain Stimulation Techniques
Tue, Jan 29: Stress and Sleep Management
Tue, Feb 5: Brain-Gut Connection and Microbiome
Tue, Feb 12: Healthy Brain via Happy and Balanced Life
4-Week Workshop: $60/M, $80/NM. Drop-in per Class: $16/M, $22/NM.
Zumba – NEW CLASS FRIDAYS! Focuses on Latin rhythms and very easy-to-follow moves. The benefits are that it tones, enhances bone density, strength and flexibility, boosts metabolism and improves cognitive functions.
Tue, 8:45am, $8/M, $10/NM. Fri, 9:30am, FREE/M, $5/NM.
SAVE THE DATE: High Vibe Replenishment Workshop
Feeling replenished feels good on a personal level, and also helps in reaching goals and having a positive impact in the world. We will be engaging in simple and fun activities to replenish energy and raise vibrations, focusing on the areas of Health, Abundance, and Relationships. You’ll leave refreshed, with increased clarity about what you want, ready to take inspired actions towards realizing your dreams. Led by Beth Rosenthal, MPH, MBA, PhD.
Sat, Feb 16, 10-11:30am. $25/M, $30/NM. Registration required.