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Meditation and Wellness (WED162) 1 Credit

Physiology of meditation and its effects on physical and mental health; scholastic abilities and interpersonal relationships; differentiation between meditation and other relaxation techniques. Prerequisites: None.

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
38331 Fall 2014 Glendale
FW 51
In Person 10/23/2014- 11/20/2014 Th 6:00PM- 8:55PM
  • C. Schiller
4 of 30 Seats Available
  • Notes
    • Class 38331 costs include Physical Ed Class Fee: $20
    • Experience a variety of relaxation techniques using deep breathing, essential oils, guided imagery, and peaceful music to transition into a meditative state. Learn how to quiet the mind, release stress, and attain deeper levels of relaxation for body, mind wellness. This class is lecture and hands-on, and covers what affects one's ability to focus, relax, and achieve a desired state:brain wave patterns, studies validating the benefits of meditation, and much more. Beginning to advanced students welcomed.

      Textbook required: Aromatherapy for Life Empowerment, Using Essential Oils to Enhance Body, Mind, Spirit Well-being, by Schiller & Schiller, published by Basic Health Publications. Please bring a medium to larger size bath towel. Supply kit: $20 included in course fees.

Special Topic in Wellness Education (WED195AB) 1 Credit

Introduction to current topics and contemporary issues related to developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Focuses on a variety of techniques and strategies to promote wellness. Prerequisites: None. Note: WED195AB may be repeated for credit.

Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
38328 Fall 2014 Glendale
FW 51
In Person 11/30/2014- 12/14/2014 Su 10:00AM- 2:30PM
  • J. Schiller
4 of 18 Seats Available
  • Notes
    • ORGANIC GARDENING - FRUIT TREES: Fruit trees not only make landscape more beautiful, but provide delicious and nutritious food during the year and shade during hot summers days. In today's economy, fruit trees are very necessary whether growing in containers (indoors/outdoors), or in the ground. Class will cover soil preparation, choosing varieties for desert climate, space, optimal planting location, nutritional needs, fertilizing times, watering, and more. For class information contact instructor at
      Class 38328 costs include Physical Ed Class Fee: $5
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Class# Semester Location Delivery Dates Days Times Instructor Availability
17263 Fall 2014 Glendale
FW 51
In Person 11/02/2014- 11/23/2014 Su 10:00AM- 2:30PM
  • J. Schiller
14 of 24 Seats Available
  • Notes
    • GARDENING IN SMALL SPACES "Container Gardening": This course will cover how to be successful growing organic fruits and vegetables in containers and/or raised beds. Topics will include choosing containers, potting mixes/soil, selecting and germinating seeds, using soil amendments and fertilizers, introducing beneficial insects, and more. No previous gardening experience needed. For questions contact instructor: No class on November 9th.
      Class 17263 costs include Physical Ed Class Fee: $5
  • 0 Books

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