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WordPress II

DCM 1747

INTERMEDIATE WORDPRESS - WEBSITES Want to take your business to the next level? Learn state-of-the-art skills in the world of web-based media? WordPress is a powerful program designed to create websites and blogs, and the most popular blogging/website platform in the world. - What is a website & how it differs & enhances a blog - How to create & format page posts - Modify your images & media with WordPress Media Library tools - Customize your themes using CSS - Create custom menus • Add HTML to your pages and WIDGETS - Use APIs like Google Map & MailChimp forms - Add Plugins to your site to add functionality - Optimize your website or blog for SEO (search engine optimization) integrating media & social media with your website or blog, and a lot mor e! Prerequisite: This course is designed for people who want to learn how to make a business or personal website. Introduction to WordPress or some experience with WordPress is necessary. Students must have a proficiency in basic computer skills, such as using email, the internet, Google and light word processing.Instructor: D. Pearlman

Defensive Driving

DDC 1101

Prevent and avoid accidents through techniques developed and updated by the National Safety Council and approved by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. This six-hour class may allow for a 10% savings on auto liability, no-fault, and collision insurance premiums for three years. You also may receive a reduction of up to four points on your driving record toward points accumulated prior to class completion.

AdultDriverTraining-10 session

DEP 1103

Gain independence! Learn to drive in 10 one-hour private lessons. Students have the option of being picked up at their home or another convenient location. Completion of the program enables students to take the New York State road test. A valid learners permit is required.

Adult Driver 5 Sessions

DEP 1104

Brush up on driving skills or sign up for additional driver training with five one-hour sessions. Students have the option of being picked up at their home or another convenient location. Completion of the program enables students to take the New York State road test. A valid learners permit is required.

Beg & Inexperienced Drivers

DEP 1105

PRIVATE DRIVING LESSONS SPECIFICALLY FOR TEEN BEGINNING AND INEXPERIENCED DRIVERS – 5 Lessons These one-on-one lessons from experienced driving instructors are designed to meet the needs of teens and adults who are new to driving. Free door-to-door pick-up/drop-off from home, school or workplace is available. Specially equipped model cars (dual-brake, dual-mirror and real time GPS) provide comfort and safety. Flexible lesson times are planned to fit your busy schedule.

Road Test Service

DEP 1106

ROAD TEST SERVICE (ONLY OFFERED AS AN ADDITIONAL OPTION TO 5-HOUR & 10-HOUR LESSON PACKAGES) This offering includes a pick from your home, school or workplace on the day of DMV Road Test. A one-hour lesson prior to DMV Road test is included. The road test vehicle is provided.

Drive Lesson-Beg&Inexperienced

DEP 1107

PRIVATE DRIVING LESSONS SPECIFICALLY FOR TEEN BEGINNING AND INEXPERIENCED DRIVERS – 10 Lessons These one-on-one lessons from experienced driving instructors are designed to meet the needs of teens and adults who are new to driving. Free door-to-door pick-up/drop-off from home, school or workplace is available. Specially equipped model cars (dual-brake, dual-mirror and real time GPS) provide comfort and safety. Flexible lesson times are planned to fit your busy schedule.

All About Donkeys

NCC 1171

Contrary to public perception, the donkey is a very sweet, calm, smart, playful and affectionate animal. Come interact one-on-one with a herd of miniature and standard donkeys (and one zonkey!) and experience first-hand why the donkey is perhaps the most under-appreciated and misunderstood of man's most valuable domesticated animals. Instructor: S. Stiert

Yoga, Gentle

NCC 1721

As simple and profound as breathing in and breathing out, the benefits of Yoga are an increased sense of wellbeing, physical and mental clarity, strength and flexibility, inner calm, balance and a more positive attitude and outlook towards life. This class will move at a gentle pace and is safe and suitable for beginners or experienced practitioners of Yoga. Note: Bring a mat and blanket to class. Susan Silverstream has been teaching Yoga for over 20 years, worldwide. “Sr. discount applies” for seniors 60 and over who provide date of birth when registering.

Reiki Advanced

NCC 1730

This is level I and II of the six levels to Reiki Master/Teacher, the highest level of Reiki healing but is not exclusively for those wishing to go on to the master level. This class will enhance the Reiki energy with the Kundalini energy from within and you will learn breathing techniques to facilitate this. You will also receive two more ancient symbols for healing yourself and others. Approved for 8 NCBTMB CE hours. Instructor: L. Salluzzi

Reiki II

NCC 1738

Receive the ancient initiations; the three Reiki II ancient symbols for healing. Learn and practice distance and hands-on healing using these symbols. In Reiki I you learned to align and channel 10% of the Reiki healing energy. In Reiki II you are ready to channel 90% of the energy through the ancient initiations passed on by the Reiki Master. Approved for 8 NCBTMB CE Hours. Instructor: L. Salluzzi

Spanish II

NCC 2000

Designed for those who want to improve and polish their Spanish skills for conversational, real life situations. The instructor adapts the course content to the level of the students in the class. Instructor: M. Guldan Prerequisite: Spanish I or Permission from the instructor. Email (macaulep@sunyulster.edu) or call (845-802-7173) Patrice Macauley and she will put you in contact with the instructor.

Understand Shamanism a Primer

NCC 2081

Shamanism is a practice from indigenous cultures around the world. It bridges the divide between humanity and nature. It cultivates our ability to directly access our connection to the seen and unseen worlds of the universe around us and it gives us a paradigm to better understand the workings of the cosmos and our roll within the natural world. In this course, you will explore the origins of shamanic practices, its cosmology, and how shamanic traditions connect to the creative powers of the cosmos. Note: Bring a notebook and pen for notes and a pillow or blanket to sit on. Folding chairs are also available for anyone who does not wish to be on the floor. Instructor: A. Kane

Tai Chi Chih

NCC 2083

Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese mind, body discipline consisting of 19 meditative movements and a pose. It is a program of low-impact exercises that improve strength, flexibility and balance. It also improves powers of concentration and coordination. Wear comfortable clothes and soft shoes or sneakers. Instructor: A. Sherry “Sr. discount applies” for seniors 60 and over who provide date of birth when registering.

Community Herbalism Series

NCC 2102

Interested in delving into the world of herbalism? This course is designed for the beginner or for those with some experience, this class will guide you through the gentle, healing way of herbs. The series will cover the identification, preparation and use of some common herbs, formulation techniques, remedies for common imbalances of the various body systems, herbal first aid, flower essences and herbal recipes. Each class will be a combination of lecture/discussion and “hands-on” activities. You will learn to prepare a wide array of herbal products to take home to put in a medicine cabinet and food pantry. AnnMarie Tedeschi is a certified herbalist. She offers a variety of workshops, herbal health consultations, custom made remedies and has a local line of products called Infinite Roots. For more information, check out her website, infiniteroots.info

Intro to Exercise Science

NCC 2103

INTRO TO EXERCISE SCIENCE FOR STRENGTH TRAINING Interested in taking a more proactive approach to your health and fitness? Then this series of lectures/discussions with hands-on demonstrations and assessments is designed you. This course will provide an overview of muscular/skeletal anatomy, the biomechanics of how joints and muscles work and our body’s physiological response to strength training and exercise. You will learn how to assess your posture, flexibility, range of motion and core strength. This course is designed to help you improve your fitness experience while staying injury-free and healthy. Note: Some of the functional assessments will be done on the floor. Please bring a towel or a yoga mat. Instructor: D. Hamburg, M.S., Exercise Physiologist, ACSM CES, HFS

Healthy Knees Workshop

NCC 2104

Chronic problems such as osteoarthritis affect nearly one third of older active adults. Osteoarthritis typically occurs as a result of poor joint mechanics. Pain and discomfort in the knee may be the result of improper movement of the hips and ankles. In this workshop, You will learn about the mechanics of the knee joint and its intimate relationship with the muscles of the hips and ankles, how the knee joint functions and how to perform exercises correctly to strengthen the knee. Note: Some of the functional assessments and exercises will be performed on the floor. So Please bring a towel or a yoga mat. Instructor: D. Hamburg, M.S., Exercise Physiologist, ACSM CES, HFS

Core & Low Back Workshop

NCC 2105

CORE & LOW BACK STABILITY WORKSHOP Back pain affects almost 80% of the American population and is typically due to poor mechanics of the spine as well as weak stabilization muscles. Any imbalance in the strength and flexibility of these muscles can result in undo tension, malalignment of the spine as well as pain and discomfort while performing everyday activities. In this workshop, You will learn about the mechanics of your spine, how your back and core muscles function together and how to perform exercises correctly for strengthening your core and low back. Note: Some of the functional assessments and exercises will be performed on the floor. So Please bring a towel or a yoga mat. Instructor: D. Hamburg, M.S., Exercise Physiologist, ACSM CES, HFS


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