Beginner and Intermediate classes focus on learning to play the Ukulele
Tai Chi for Balance
24 Movement Yang style form:
Learn the complete sequence of the Tai Chi 24 form, as is practiced in many countries as a daily exercise/relaxation regimen. For those who are new to tai chi, this beginner class offers great support for anyone that is interested in improving mobility, balance and muscle tone. Focus is on shifting the weight between steps and coordination of movements. An 8 movement QiGong set is also taught along with the 24 form.
The movements are reviewed and explained in class every week.
Tai Chi Sword
This class will include some basic movements of Tai Chi and QiGong to create a sense of balance and cadence of movements. Sword techniques, and sequence of smooth movements will be added each week.
With basic material, a clear routine, precise sword techniques and traditional movements, 32 step is simple to learn and to remember. It is suitable for practice by individuals or in a group and takes about 3 minutes to complete.
The 32 Sword form was adapted from the older Yang style Tai chi sword, eliminating the complicated movements, to provide an easy method for group instruction and for beginners who want to learn the basic form and techniques of Tai chi sword. (Taijiquan by Li Deyin)
This Class is for the person that experiences pain in just moving around. Basic stretches that will increase your range of motion and functionality will be practiced. Stretches are done in the seated or standing position depending on the class.
Strength and Tone
A Cardio/weight training program will build muscle strength to increase your metabolism.
An exercise program geared to the older person—just for ladies.
Advanced and Beginner classes showing various quilting techniques while working on several patterns.
Re-weave the seat of your favorite chair using cane, fiber rush, or reed. Learn professional and traditional techniques.
Gentle movement is brought into the body by flowing yoga poses together and connecting with your breath.
Beginner and Intermediate classes showing techniques with oils and acrylics.
This is your entrée’ to the fun of line dancing. No partners, no experience, No Problem! Learn basic moves.
This easy to follow program is a dance fitness class designed for seniors.
Paint and preserve ceramic pieces of art. Instructors guide you through the process to create beautiful ceramic pieces.
Join Gail Farrar as she works with the students creating works of art with seashells.
Let’s keep our bodies in motion by Tap Dancing! Tap dancing keeps our minds sharp, as we learn, memorize and review different tap dance combinations. We will dance to Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin, and many other great artists. On occasion, we will incorporate hat and canes, making it a truly fun way to exercise! (Tap Dance Shoes can be purchased at Dancingly Yours in Plainville or contact Amy at Spotlight Dance Center to see if we have any gently used tap dance shoes in your size, for sale. Inexpensive tap shoes are also available at Payless and Walmart, yet a higher quality pair of tap shoes will most definitely change your tap dance experience.)
Ballet for seniors
This is an exercise class for seniors to help increase flexibility and balance. The first half of the class is spent on ballet technique and the class is finished with a good amount of stretching.
Learn how to move around a dance floor learning dances like the Rhumba and Cha-Cha.
Decorative Painting Projects
Learn how to accentuate basic everyday items using decorative painting techniques.
Discovering the World of Watercolor
Use watercolors to create masterpieces.
Mother & Daughter Ceramics
This Class is one of our few night classes designed for mothers and daughters. Pick out your ceramic item, paint it, and we will fire it right on site.