CPR/AED and First Aid
Pamela Clay-Storm

This one night class is an American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR/AED and First Aid class.

 The certification received is good for two years.

There will be three sessions offered.

Meets 5:30-8:30 p.m. 

First Session Offered:           Wednesday, March 13th
Second Session Offered:       Tuesday, April 16th 
Third Session Offered:          Wednesday, May 8th

Tuition $55

 Room C128

Intro to Ayurveda and Learn to Make Ayurveda Recipes for a Calm, Clear Mind 
Jean Lee    Yoga Instructor, Ayurveda Health Coach, SOLO Instructor, and NH Justice of the Peace.  

Please join me to dive into the wonderful world of Ayurveda Foundations and Cooking.

The first class- “What is Ayurveda and what can it do for ME?”

The second class- Spices and Healing Drinks- Hands On

The third class- Kitchari and a Chocolate Dessert- Hands On. 

Location: High School the first night- 2nd, 3rd classes at a North Conway Private Home

Meets Tuesdays     May 7th, 14th, and 21st         5:30pm-7:30pm
Tuition $75           
Materials Fee: $25 per person

Room: A155

Holistic Nutrition: Individualized Healing with Whole Foods
 Jennifer Higgins BSEd, MSHN
Holistic nutrition supports the healthy functioning and repair of all your body’s systems:  
digestive, immune, energy, bones and muscles, mood, hormones, cardiovascular, and reproductive. 
We will work together to discover your personalized healing diet.  We will discuss lifestyle factors 
that could be contributing to symptoms and perpetuating dis-ease, and which ones can promote 
health and healing.  You will learn which nutrients are needed to support your body’s proper 
functioning and how to incorporate the foods with those nutrients into your diet.  
We use the latest science and the best of tradition to sort through the hype, the out dated beliefs,
the confusion, and the contradictions so that you can feel confident in your food choices and enjoy every bite. 

Meets Mondays,  March 18th- May 13th  5:30 - 7:30 p.m. 

Room: A155

Healing the skin     
Jennifer Higgins BSEd, MSHN
Holistic nutrition supports the healthy functioning and repair of all your body’s systems, even your skin.
Finding relief for troublesome skin conditions like acne, rosacea, dry skin, eczema, psoriasis, and 
hyperkeratosis can be a frustrating endeavor!  If it were easy, then every one would do it! 
These common skin conditions persist because the solution is not easy.  Furthermore, the solution for one person may not work for another.  
We will roll up our sleeves and get to work.  You will discover the interaction between your digestive system, detoxification, nutrition and skin, and how you can gain some control over the healing process.

Meets Thursdays March 14th - May 9th 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. 
Room A158

Very Basic Bicycle Maintenance and Repair     
Kevin Sullivan

Local bicycle enthusiast will offer this hands on four week class aimed at riders who are new to bicycle maintenance. Starting with tires, tubes and fixing flats the class will move on to drivetrain components and how to clean, lube, check for wear and make minor repairs.As time and interest permit, we’ll continue on to more intermediate maintenance.

Meets Tuesdays March 12th, 19th, 26th and April 2nd.       6:00 to 8:00 p.m.  Room:  

Room A158


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. Two sessions are available to choice from.

Meets:              Thursday        May 9th        5:30 - 8:00 pm

Field Day:       Saturday        May 11th        9:00 - 1:00 pm  

Tuition $65

Room  A142

"Creating recreational maps with modern tools"

David Lottmann Northeast Alpine Start

This one night course will introduce you to the most cutting edge tools for making highly detailed customized maps for 
your hiking, biking, climbing, and back-country skiing adventures. Participants will learn how to use free online
software to make personalized maps, and be able to print them  as well as, upload them into their smart phones for off grid use. 
Further, students will be introduced to a number of other smartphone apps that help while recreating in the mountains. 
Students will need either an iPhone or Android device and the app "Avenza" to fully partake in the course. 
Other optional apps will be introduced.

Meets        Thursdays                   5:30 - 8:00 pm
Course One:          April 4th
Course Two:         April 11th
Course Three:     May 2nd       

Tuition    $40

Room A158

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

Registration Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1D3YFejHsrC3h9f6wwl89x-jyJHnrTlHtIjwq1t12AG0/edit