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American Heart Association CPR
with Charissa Kerr
American Heart Association First Aid
with Charissa Kerr
This course covers bleeding that you can see and bleeding you cannot see; treating for shock, and how and when to call emergency services. A certification from the American Heart Association will be presented at course completion. Workbooks are not included with this class but can be purchased in advance for $10. This workbook covers CPR and First Aid. Please indicate on registration form if you want to purchase.
Hands Only CPR
with Jami Gilbert
Hands Only CPR is a quick and easy way to learn how to help someone in cardiac arrest. Students will learn chest compressions (hands only) while using a CPR manikin. A basic skill that could save a life! Fee: Free but pre-registration is required
Re-boot Your Energy
with Yolanda Mitchell
An introduction to the concept of energy used in polarity therapy which was developed by Dr. Randolph Stone. He understood the flow of energy in the body. I will touch on the natural wave forms and artificial forms of energy. A group energetic clearing will be included at the end of class.
Stop The Bleed
with Pete Holmquist
Learn how to Stop the Bleed and save a life! This one hour class will teach students basic bleeding control techniques to use in any life-threatening situation. Upon completion of the class, the student will have the knowledge to help someone with a serious bleeding injury. Fee: Free but pre-registration required
Tai Chi Essentials
with Louise Poppema
The Maine Bucket List: Baxter State Park with Chris Toy
with RSU 5 Community Programs
Join Registered Maine Guide (and master chef!) Chris Toy for an adventure-filled weekend at Baxter State Park! FMI visit http://freeport.maineadulted.org/ or call 207-865-6171
Dates: Friday, August 23 - Monday, August 26
Location: Depart Freeport Community Center, 53 Depot Street
Vinyasa Flow Yoga
with Melissa Ferrigno
A dynamic yoga class designed for both beginners looking for a little more of a challenge and those who have practiced yoga for years. Focusing on building heat through sun salutations and core work then moving into holding poses and postures a little longer.
Students need to bring a yoga mat.
** No class 2/20, 2/27, & 4/17. Snow date makeup on 3/20 **