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Easy Cold Process Soap Making

Christina Blume
Through demonstration, learn to make cold process soap. Homemade soap contains moisturizing glycerin and is free of harsh preservatives and other chemicals. Make your own soap for holiday gifts this year! Take home handout full of recipes, websites, and resources plus a bar of the handmade soap and a bottle of fragrance oil. Check out Christina's website to see her work.

Wed, Oct 29, 6:30-8:30 p.m.        Littleton Campus
WLNS 1009F01-68167     $44, $26 material fee to instructor

All-Natural Skin Care

Christina Blume
Create facial steams with herbs, cleansing grains and creams, masques (including alpha hydroxy), herbal toners, astringents, acne/blemish treatments, and creamy moisturizers. Learn to make a lip balm and a profoundly healing cream for skin over 40 and premature wrinkling. Take home a handout, bag of steaming herbs, a one month supply of moisturizer and a pot of lip balm.

Wed, Sept 17, 6:30-8:30 p.m.      Littleton Campus closed
WLNS 1006F01-68166     $44, $30 material fee to instructor


Keeping the Doc Away--Your Intro to Herbal Remedies

Sharon Sherman
Brewing herbs and potions is more than just a Halloween tale! Learn how to take care of yourself and loved ones by letting nature inform you to develop your own home remedies. Clear your head and ease your mind this season by exploring tried-and-true recipes that will help you relax your way into the rest of the holiday season--and beyond!

Wed, Oct 8-15, 6-9 p.m., 2 wks     Littleton Campus
WLNS 1043F01-69160                           $59


Caregiving: Get Your Questions Answered

Anne Kerven
Caring for a spouse, relative, or friend can be an overwhelming circumstance. Discover relevant information on anticipating a loved one’s daily living needs, preparing for the responsibilities of being a caregiver, including the financial, mental and physical impact caregivers may face. Get helpful planning options, tips and resources. Learn about Medicare resources and funding options.

Tue, Oct 21-28, 6:30-9 p.m., 2 wks     Littleton Campus closed
WLNS 1073F01-69121                                  $59


Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers (AHA)

For healthcare providers who need a CPR/AED certification. This class is often called “BLS” or “CPR For Healthcare Providers.” Healthcare providers include: Nurses, Nursing Assistants, Dentists, Dental Assistants, Respiratory Therapists, EMTs, Physical and Occupational Therapists.  Healthcare professionals learn to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR to victims of all ages, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner.

Sat, Sept 27, 8:30-12:30 p.m.     Littleton Campus
WLNS 1080F01-69120                           $59

CPR, AED and Basic First Aid

Focus on infant, child, and adult CPR, rescue breathing and choking. Develop basic first aid knowledge, skills, and confidence. Includes digital manual and a two year certification upon successful completion for both portions through the American Safety and Health Institute. A non-health care provider class. Lunch break not included.

Sat, Oct 25, 8:30-2:30 p.m.     Littleton Campus closed
WLNS 1055F01-68162                     $89


How to Give a Full Body Massage

Stephen Stroud
Learn a variety of massage techniques to share with family and friends, including ways to support your own body while giving a massage. Learn to massage the legs, arms, back, shoulders and neck. Wear a comfortable swim suit or shorts and bring a set of sheets, a towel and non-fragrant oil and/or lotion. You must be at least 18 years of age to enroll. Questions? Contact instructor at

Thu, Sept 25-Oct 16, 6:30-8:30 p.m., 4 wks     Littleton Campus
WLNS 1014F01-68152                                                $99


Healing Touch with Reiki

Sandra Gourd
Discover ancient forms of healing including Reiki, Reconnective Healing, sound healing, and other simple methods. Receive the Oneness Blessing. Balance your energies and connect directly to the Universal life-force healing energies and bring physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual body and mind into balance.

Thu, Oct 16-23, 6-9 p.m., 2 wks     Littleton Campus
WLNS 1048F01-68160     $69, $20 material fee to instructor


How to Give a Foot Massage

Sandra Gourd
Get the basics on how to give a foot massage using Reflexology techniques. Learn to use gentle pressure to work the reflex points of the foot on not only yourself, but on your friends and your family. These reflex points correspond to different areas of the body and can reduce stress while improving health and promoting relaxation.

Thu, Dec 4-11, 6-9 p.m., 2 wks       Littleton Campus
WLNS 1029F01-69122     $69, $20 material fee to instructor


Beginning Tai Chi Standard Yang Style

Kyri Comyn
Daily Tai Chi practice relieves stress and tension, increases energy and tranquility, regulates the body’s internal systems, and improves balance, flexibility, strength, and physical-mental harmony and well-being. Learn stances, movements and forms. May not be appropriate for those with physical limitations.

Wed, Sept 24-Nov 26, 6:30-8:30 p.m., 10 wks     Littleton Campus closed
WLNS 1013F01-68164                                                 $189


Adult Swimming

Sophie Mabry
Take a swimming class designed for swimmers needing a review of their swimming strokes while receiving a workout and building on endurance! Deep water skills required.

Tue and Thu, Aug 19-Oct 23, 5:30-6:45 p.m., 10 wks      Littleton Campus
RECR 1005F01-69119                                                              $139


Beginner Reformer Pilates

Motion on Mainstreet Staff
Use machines to build full body strength and flexibility. The Reformer was designed by Joseph Pilates to work the body in an athletic and therapeutic way. The springs and pulleys can be finely adjusted to tailor the workout exactly to your ability. There are 4 machines for 4 people for individualized attention.*Class is held at Motion on Mainstreet, 2329 W Main St #107, in downtown Littleton.

Tue, Sept 23-Oct 14, 9-10 a.m., 4 wks*
WLNS 1033F01-68481     $100


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Section Numbers Chart:

  • F01  Sept 17
  • F02  Oct 15
  • F03  Nov 19
  • F04  Dec 17

For all online courses: remember to include course number (below), section number (above), course title and course start date when registering and completing your registration form.

Luscious, Low-fat, Lightning-Quick MealsONLI 1153$119
Handling Medical EmergenciesONLI 1155$119
Introduction to Natural Health and HealingONLI 1156$119