Sep 21 Thursday
Cancer Family Care, Cancer Support Community, and the University of Cincinnati Cancer Center are dedicated to serving the cancer community by providing information, answers, and connections through the 'Community Conversations on Cancer' speaker series. Join the next session to gain knowledge on integrative health from University of Cincinnati expert Meriden E. McGraw.
Meriden E. McGrawFamily & Community MedicineUniversity of Cincinnati's College of Medicine
Note: This installment of the Community Conversations on Cancer series will be 100% virtual.https://ucincinnati.zoom.us/j/91382210904
A Good Death, preparing a person and their loved ones for death is the main purpose of this course. Death is such a tough topic. We make it easier and more comfortable to talk about. To us, the topic of death really is about LIFE! Through my program you will learn to make it easier for the person and their family, focusing not just on what they need but what they want. This is a critical point and too often neglected. The class is extremely practical, and participants will walk away with a new understanding and a practical toolbox they can use.
Sep 23 Saturday
Experience painting as many of the great masters did! In the mid-to-late nineteenth century Monet, Renoir and Van Gogh painted outdoor landscapes "in the open air”. It is here where your subject is in full view so you can capture the spirit and essence of a landscape. Painting outdoors is an exciting way to transfer those images to the canvas, representing the light and movement of your subject that come when you see it all in its natural form.
Sep 24 Sunday
Did you know that garlic and ginger can be used to make herbal products? Many of your everyday kitchen spices have been used for countless years for food and medicine. Come learn how to make botanical products with some everyday herbs…YUM!... and gain some basic botany skills to empower you to accurately identify wild plants. ALL SKILL LEVELS ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND. The Kitchen Spices to Botanical Bliss workshop is being offered by the Izaak Walton League of America (IWLA), Mt. Healthy Chapter located at 3504 Bevis Lane, 45251 in Colerain Township. This ladies only hands-on workshop occurs on Sunday, September 24 from 1:00 - 5:30pm. There are indoor and outdoor activities. A $10 non-refundable fee is requested to cover handouts, giveaways, door prizes and refreshments. Each participant should register individually before 9/21 at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kitchen-spices-to-botanical-bliss-workshop-tickets-702645721267?aff=oddtdtcreator
Sep 25 Monday
The easy to learn movements have the side benefit of being a refreshing low impact fitness program that promotes balance, flexibility, physical strength poise and graceful movement. It encourages an appreciation of the reflection in the mirror! In this fun class, you’ll learn authentic steps, proper technique, and appealing dance routines. We dance to vintage belly dance music as well as modern and fusion. Classes are fun and offer a great opportunity to make new friends!!!!!
Sep 26 Tuesday
Zumba® Toning combines targeted body-sculpting exercises and high-energy cardio work with Latin-infused Zumba® moves to create a calorie-torching, strength-training dance fitness-party. You will learn how to use light weights (1-2 pounds) to tone all your target zones, including arms, abs, glutes and thighs. Sculpt your body naturally while having a total blast. Bring 1-2 pound dumbbells, a mat for floor work, and wear supportive aerobic shoes.
Learn the basics of the most romantic of the Romance languages! This in-person course will offer a foundation of French pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar designed to make sense to American beginners. We will incorporate practice from the prior class in each session for retention and understanding while learning a new area of the language. Students will become acquainted with contemporary French culture and geography and develop basic conversational skills useful for travel and everyday situations, in an informal, encouraging atmosphere in a spacious classroom. Please purchase the book before the start of class.
Sep 27 Wednesday
Stretch and strengthen your body and flow into peace. This is a vinyasa yoga practice that brings together intention, conscious breathing, and movement. In this class you flow from one pose to the next through a variety of posture categories, such as standing poses, forward bends, back bends, twists, and more. The PeaceFlow culminates with a deep relaxation to fully restore your body and mind. Experience in Yoga Basics recommended. All levels welcome. Please bring your own mat.
This unique workout is a “feel-happy” approach to fitness. Its high energy, motivating music and rhythms are a fusion of Latin and International dance themes. Great for the body and great for the mind, this workout combines fast and slow rhythms designed to sculpt the body, burn calories and fat, and tone you up. Bring a floor mat and wear supportive aerobic shoes. We encourage you to enroll through our Fitness Flex (12-Class) Pass or our Fitness Flex (6-Class) Pass.
Cincinnati Sports Club Hosts Classes
On How To Build Discipline With Martial Arts
Enrolling Now For Monthly Tae Kwon Do Sessions
CINCINNATI, OH – December 16, 2020 –. Cincinnati Sports Club is now hosting Tae Kwon Do classes designed to designed to help the entire family build physical fitness, inner strength, discipline and confidence.
Designed for ages 6 to adult, the “Build Discipline With Martial Arts” classes are open to the entire community. Classes meet twice per week on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6-7pm on a monthly basis. Cost is $66.00 for members and $84.00 for non-members.
The classes will be taught by Brandon Stout, a 3rd degree Black Belt who has trained for 15 years under Grandmaster Hong Kong Kim.
According to Stout, who has been teaching Tae Kwon Do since he was 14 years old, “Families have been looking for fun and creative ways to bond together while staying safe and fit during this pandemic, and Tae Kwon Do is the perfect way to do that. Young and old alike can truly benefit from much-needed physical and mental benefits of this very popular sport. In addition to being an excellent physical fitness activity for all ages, Tae Kwon Do has been proven to boost self-confidence, concentration and focus, promote, mutual respect for others and also improve both balance and flexibility. It’s also easy to practice at home, as no equipment is needed.”
Space is limited, and safe social distancing protocol will be adhered to.
For more information, or to register for this free Martial Arts series, call Brandon Stout at the Cincinnati Sports Club at 513-527-4001, extension 310.
Now in its 30th year, and locally owned and operated, Cincinnati Sports Club has grown steadily across 16 sprawling acres at 3950 Red Bank Road in Fairfax, Ohio. It is accessible by three street entrances – at 3950 Red Bank Road, 5535 Murray Avenue and 3939 Virginia Avenue. For more information about the Cincinnati Sports Club, visit www.CincinnatiSportsClub.com.