Heartmath is a collection of tools and strategies especially designed to lower stress and to increase emotional and physical resilence. Whether it is in the boardroom or on the stage, Heartmath's effective tools have been scientifically shown to change one's physiological responses. In this intro to Heartmath, we will discuss what stress is, how it affects us and how we can change our responses to it.
This class is about how you can grow and harvest edible native plants. David has been farming his land (and a nearby public plot) in Washington, Maine for many years, and his PowerPoint will show the native plants he farms with – such as wild highbush blueberries, American and beach plums, nut trees including American chestnut, Viburnums and dozens more - while he provides a discussion of the ecological implications.
Questions about Medicare? Join Anna Moorman and Jo-Ann Neal for this informational seminar. They will answer your questions including what Medicare does and does not cover, when to enroll, the difference between Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement Plans, and which plan is best for you. Anna and Jo-Ann will be available for a question and answer session following the presentation. The seminar is free and open to the public, but we do ask that you register by calling the Adult Education office at 236-7800, option 5.
Spiritual growth doesn't require you to become a hermit or to change your life completely. But it does require commitment to a simple daily practice. Simple means a minimum of just 3 minutes each day. In our often hectic world of constant demands, are you wondering how you could ever add another commitment to your daily routine? If a daily practice of just 3 minutes a day allowed the other 1437 minutes of your day to flow more easily, would you be willing to try the daily practice for 30 days? Instructor's workbook will be available for $10.
Most of us struggle with some kind of fear. How much power do you give to fear? Upon close examination, we discover that the source of much fear rests within our society, politics, and religions. Fear holds enormous power because it focuses our attention and makes us ready for action. Fear is also a great manipulator, often used to form allegiances and political movements.