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EdAdvance Adult Education SPRING 2023 Catalog



Music & Dance

Zumba (online)
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Zumba (online)

$64

with Carolisa of Moonlight DJs

***NO CLASS 2/20***

Get funky to a fantastic mix of dance classics to current tunes, plus plenty of the 80’s, 90’s, Latin, and Bollywood. Mix it up with an Irish dance, a barn dance, and a variety of dances! It’s easy to catch on; adjust the workout to suit you. Wear sneakers without much tread. Any space without carpeting is fine. All fitness levels welcome! Dance off calories in this FUN & friendly class! 

Belly Dance 101 (Online)
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Belly Dance 101 (Online)

$64

with Carolisa of Moonlight DJs

***NO CLASS 2/20***

Bellydancing is energizing yet relaxing. Greek dances and Veil dances are covered in this beginners' class. Women of all ages are welcome. Wear comfortable, stretchy clothing and thick socks or slippers that "slide." Supply List: Bring veils 2 3⁄4 yards by 45 inches of sheer chiffon or organza. You can purchase material at any fabric store (no need to hem). Or just improvise with something you already have at home.

This Land Was Made For You & Me: The Living Legacy Of Woody Guthrie (Online)

$64

with Anna Canoni

Calendar Feb 27, 2023 at 6 pm, runs for 4 weeks

Presented by Woody Guthrie’s granddaughter, this course examines the folk singer-songwriter's life and prolific compositions which have become American music standards. Through primary source images and audio from the Guthrie family’s archive, the legendary musician's creative legacy is explored along with his work in humanitarian rights, the labor movement, WWII, as well as anti-fascism and anti-racism efforts.

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Jump Start Piano (Online)

$65

with Joe Monde

Calendar Mar 1, 2023 at 7 pm, runs for 3 weeks

Learn everything you will need to know for a great start on piano! Learn chords, skills, note reading, and techniques to play your favorite songs. You will need an electronic piano keyboard and book; Hal Leonard Adult Piano Method Book 1 #HL00296441. You should be able to find these at local music stores or Amazon. 

Developing A Personal Yoga Practice (Part 2) (In Person) Litchfield

$65

with Barbara Putnam

Calendar Mar 2, 2023 at 6:30 pm, runs for 4 weeks

This is a continuation of the Beginner's class, Developing a Personal Yoga Practice. Students will continue to explore Yoga philosophy, Pranayama (breath control), Asana (yoga postures) and meditation, and forge a connection with the ongoing group to support their practice. Students should bring a yoga mat and notebook and dress comfortably to allow for freedom of movement. Students are expected to be able to stand up, sit, and get up from the floor. The text, The Heart of Yoga by T.K.V. Desikachar (ISBN # 978 089281764-1), will be used.

Beginner Tai Chi (In Person) Woodbury MS

$55

with Trevor Biggs

Calendar Mar 8, 2023 at 7 pm, runs for 5 weeks

***NO CLASS ON 4/5 or 4/12***

Students develop balance and concentration by going through basic yang-style Tai Chi postures and health and wellness via performing Qi Gong routines. A Taijiquan private practitioner leads the class through Tai Chi walking, shifting of weight, balancing on one or both feet at a time, and beginning forms.

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Beginning Social Ballroom Dancing (In Person) Woodbury MS

$65

with Jim Zaccaria

Calendar Mar 15, 2023 at 6:30 pm, runs for 3 weeks

Learn dance fundamentals and the basic steps plus even more for four of the most popular Ballroom Dances: swing, waltz, salsa, and Merengue! We have instruction sheets to help you remember what you learn and a possible “fi eld trip” to get some real-world experience. All ages welcome, and no partner or previous dance experience is necessary. Have fun wowing the crowd at your next dance party.

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Learn To Play The Accordion (In Person) Litchfield

$35

with Peter Peluso

Calendar Mar 21, 2023 at 6 pm, runs for 2 weeks

Learn how to play songs on the accordion and discover the history of the instrument in the U.S. Informally referred to as a "squeezebox," this apparatus is used in Cajun, Zydeco, and Jazz music. Registered students can either bring their own accordion or, if they do not have one, be provided one during class by the instructor. 

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