CPR/AED and First Aid
Pamela Clay-Storm

This one night class is an American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR/AED and First Aid class; athe certification received is good for two years.

There will be three sessions offered.

Meets 5:30-8:00 p.m. 

First Session Offered:        
Thursday March 8th
Second Session Offered:    Wednesday April 4th
Third Session Offered:      Tuesday May 15th

Tuition $50

 Room B182 


Self-Hypnosis for Stress Relief    
 Gretchen Davidson

Hypnosis is an accessible and natural way to help your mind, body, and spirit decompress from the everyday stressors in your life. Many people expect hypnosis to feel like a drastic change in consciousness. In reality, our minds naturally move in and out of trances throughout the day. Getting deeply engrossed in a novel and daydreaming are both examples of times that we routinely go into a trance state. In this class you will learn how to consciously hypnotize yourself so you can work on accomplishing your personal goals for relieving stress.

Meets  Tuesdays March 13, 20, 27 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.


Room: A147

Understanding Your Dreams
Gretchen Davidson

Your dreams are an interesting and fun way to get to know yourself better. In this class we will learn practical techniques for learning to interpret your dreams. We will also set you up with a plan for how to you use your dreams in an ongoing process of self-knowledge.

Meets   Tuesday     April 10th 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Tuition $35

Room A147


Inner Wisdom: Learning to Use Your Intuition     
Gretchen Davidson

Your intuition is your inner guidance system. You were born with this system to help you make judgments and decisions about situations in your life. Many of us have forgotten how to notice and follow the guidance our intuition gives us. This class helps you understand how your intuition communicates uniquely with you and gives you practical guidance on how to follow the insights you receive.

Meets Tuesdays May 8th and 15th 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.

Tuition $60

Room A147


Wilderness Navigation

David Lottmann Northeast Alpine Start

This comprehensive course goes far beyond a basic map & compass skills clinic. Classroom sessions cover such topics as “Survival/Improvised Navigation”, reading topographic maps, understanding the many uses of a compass, triangulation, magnetic declination, with emphasis on practical real life use! On our last day we will head into the field on a moderate hike to practice skills learned in the classroom sessions; single point resection, using hand-rails, creating a white-out navigation plan, all with plenty of 1 on 1 coaching and modeling.

Meets        Tuesday and Thursday,   May 8th & 10th  6:00 - 8:00 pm

                  Field Day: Saturday,    May 12th 9:00 am-1:00 pm 

Tuition $80

Room  A159

 To view full course flyer:https://sites.google.com/a/sau9.org/course-flyer/