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Choosing Colors and Styles
Discover the colors that help you look
your best - and increase your chances
for social and occupational success.
Learn the "four seasons" color-
grouping concept and which "season"
is best for your image. A separate
session on wardrobe analysis considers
body-type as well as color harmony. A
final session, for women only, discusses
cosmetics for the individual and
demonstrates how to apply them.
Individual color packets provided.
H818w. WOMEN. 4 sessions. $44. An
additional $6 materials fee will be
collected at the first class. Limited.
(617 E. University, Rm. 211) Th 7-9 p.m.
'Jan. 26-Feb. 16)
H818m. MEN. 3 sessions. $33 plus an
additional $6 materials fee to be
collected at the first class. Limited.
(617 E. University, Rm. 211) Th 7-9 p.m.
(Jan. 26-Fell. 9).
Instructor: Sharyn Gale, director of
Color Your Life, Ltd., is a professional
color consultant for individuals and
Health and Exercise
Hatha Yoga
Yoga is an ancient art and science
designed to facilitate the realization of
human potential. The goals of hatha
yoga are achieved through a
combination of exercises (called
asanas or postures), controlled
breathing, and relaxation. Yoga aims
to achieve a harmony and balance of the
individual on various levels of the mind
and body.
Whether you want to get into shape,
learn to relax, enhance your lung
capacity, develop greater self-
confidence or peace of mind - yoga can
be the tool you're looking for. The
course is designed for people of all ages
and all levels of physical condition.
Please bring an exercise mat or
NON-SKID throw rug and wear loose
clothing or leotards. Tights, if worn,
must have BARE FEET.
W2301. 9 sessions. $54. Reduced fees
apply. (Campus Area) M 8-9:30 p.m.
(Jan.;23-Mar. 19).
Instructor: Marina Wotton has been
active in Yoga since 1966 and has
studied with Indra Devi, B. S. Iyengar.
and other yoga masters.
Integrated Bodywork
A class in which therapeutic
techniques from a variety of body
therapies will be combined to provide
the student with a versatile and
effective range of healing skills. This
approach draws from the disciplines of
Massage, Polarity,
Shiatzu/Acupressure, Orthobionomy,
Trager and Cranio-Sacral Therapy,
and utilizes some of the best practices of
each. Basic principles underlying each
of these modes are given. Emphasis is
on practical application with much
class time devoted to supervised
Some massage or polarity
experience is helpful, but not essential.
Bring blanket and sheet, wear loose
clothing, and eat a light dinner.
W2314. 8 sessions. $65. Limited.
(Campus Area) W 7-9:30 p.m. (Jan. 25-

Mar. 14).
Instructor: Leah Song has had
extensive training in a variety of
therapeutic approaches and has been a
bodywork practitioner since 1976.
Body Image Exercise Program
The Body Image Program works all
major muscle groups of the body to
achieve improved flexibility, fitness,
and stamina. Designed so that everyone
can work at their own level, each class.
choreographed to music, begins with
gentle warm-ups. The pace and
difficulty then gradually increase as
you exercise all parts of the body. The
aerobic section, comprised of lively and
frequently changing dances, is an
enjoyable way to give yourbody a
vigorous physical workout. Each class
ends with a cool down and relaxation
Not only are the cardiovascular and
respiratory systems improved, but you
can also expect to begin feeling better
and more energetic. In addition,
participation can be an important part
of a personal weight control program.
Wear comfortable sweat clothes,
tennis shoes, and bring a towel (sorry,
no showers).
BOTH CLASSES: 8 sessions. $26
each. Limited. (Campus Area).
W2313. T 7:30-8:30 p.m. (Jan. 24-1ar.
W2313a Th 8-9 p.m. (Jan. 26-Mar.
Instructor: Eugene Bacungan has
successfully taught several sections of
the Body Image program developed by
Jill Brown and Lizzie Burt.
Ericksonian Hypnosis and
Metaphor: A Two-Part
Milton Erickson changed and
expanded the field of hypnotherapy,
leaving a trail of magical stories and
devoted students in his wake. He
emphasized the uniquesness of
individuals and the abilities each of us
already have, even though we may be
consciously unaware of them.
This workshop is in the Ericksonian
tradition. Primary emphasis the first
weekend is on inducing trances for
"willing and able" clients, and on basic
principals of constructing and using
metaphors. On the second weekend, the
focus is on using hypnosis and
metaphor for therapeutic ends
especially for "willing but unable"
The goal is for participants to:
acquire clinical hypnosis skills, use
teaching tales and hypnotic language
patterns creatively, and grow In their
ability to use unconscious processes for
personal growth.
Demonstrations, supervised
practice, and lectures.
WHO MAY ATTEND: Mental health
professionals with graduate degrees
(M.D., Ph.D., M.S.W., M.A., etc.) from
accredited institutions, and health-
related graduate students in accredited
programs if they supply a letter from
their department chairperson
certifying their status. All others only
by permission of instructors.
W2317. PART I & PART U. 6 sessions
on two weekends. $300 before Feb. 17,
$320 thereafter. (Ann Arbor Area) Both
weekends: Fr. 5-9:30 p.m. and Sat. &
Sun. 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. (Weekend #1:
Feb. 24-26) (Weekend #2: Mar. 1618).

ABLE". May be taken without taking
PAR TII. 3sessions. $150 before Feb.
17, $160 thereafter. PART H -
be taken without taking PART I.
Instructors: Jill Freedman, A.C.S. V.
and Gene Combs, M.D. are both staff
members of the Family Learning
Center, a private practicioner's group
based in South Bend, Indiana. Jill is a
psychotherapist and hypnotherapist
with extensive additional training and
experience in T.A. and N.L.P She is an
excellent storyteller who can also find
patterns of humor and meaning in
everyday activities: Gene is a
psychiatrist and hypnotherapist known
for his warmth and energy when he
taught psychotherapy as a full-time
faculty member at the U. of Kentucky.
He also has ten years experience
supervising both group and individual
psychotherapy. Together Jill and Gene
are noted for: the way they compliment
each other's style, the caring contact
they establish with trainees, their
ability to chunk and sequence material
in an exciting yet not overwhelming
manner, and their clear modeling of
Ericksonian principles.
Language and Culture
Chinese Regional Cooking
Whether you prefer your dishes stir-
fried, roasted or baked, hot and spicy,
or sweet and mild, this class has
something for you. Christine Liu will be
sharing authentic recipes which she
gathered from four different regions
during her two recent trips to mainland
The course menu includes:
From Peking (Beijing) : Peking
duck and meat dumplings
From Szechwan (Sichuan) : Fish
flavored mieat shreds and bon-bon
From Shanghai: Blooming of peach
blossom(shrimp sizzling rice) and
squirrel fish.
From Canton (Guangdong):
Chicken fu yung, oyster sauce beef,
and spun banana or apple.
F606. 4 sessions. $36 plus an
additional consummables fee of $12 to
be collected at the first class. Reduced
fees apply. (Huron High School) W 7-
9:30 p.m. (Jan. 25-Feb. 15).
Instructor: Christine Y. C. Liu,
MP.H., is the author of Nutrition and
Diet with Chinese Cooking, and More
Nutritional Chinese Cooking.
Traditional and Innovative
Cooking with Tofu
Many traditional Chinese and
innovative international recipes for tofu
are taken from Christine Liu's soon to
be published new cookbook entitled
Nutritional Cooking with Tofu.
F609. 4 sessions. $36 plus an
additional $12 consumunables fee to be
collected at the first class. Reduced
fees apply. (Ann Arbor Area) W 7-9:30
p.m. (Feb. 22-Mar. 14).
Instructor: Christine Y.C. Liu. See
Chinese Regional Cooking for more

Spoken Chinese for
If you are traveling to China or
Taiwan, or simply want to acquire the
basics of spoken Chinese, this course
offers the opportunity to learn
Mandarin Chinese, the standard
language in Mainland China and
Taiwan, in an economical but effective
group format.
L1201. 8 sessions. $64. Limited.
(Campus Area) Th 7-9 p.m. (Jan. 26-
Mar. 15).
Instructor: Ling-Yueh (Monica) Wu
M.A. in Linguistics, U-M ,has been
teaching language classes in Taiwan
and the U.S. since 1975.
Spoken Japanese for
This course is for those who want to
learn the basics of mode'rn spoken
Japanese. It gives a foundation in
'Japanese sufficient to handle everyday
practical conversations.
L1202. 8 sessions. $64. Limited.
(Campus Area) W 7-9 p.m. (Jan. 25-
Mar. 14).
Instructor: Noriko Fuj ii, M. A., is a
doctoral candidate in Linguistics, U-M.
She first began teaching language
classes in Japan in 1970
Spoken French for
Designed-for the beginning student of
French. No previous knowledge is
assumed, although this course is also
useful for those who wish to review the
language. A conversational approach is
taken, and the course is aimed at
persons interested in adding to their
enjoyment of foreign travel through a
basic knowledge of spoken and written
French, as well as through an
appreciation and awareness of the
French culture.
L1211. 8 sessions. $64. Limited.
(Campus Area) Th 7-9 p.m. (Jan. 2'S-
Mar. 15).
Instructor: Mithra Trudeau, Ph.D. in
French, U. of North Carolina, began
teaching French courses at Michigan
State University in 1965.
Spoken French
(Continuation Level)
A continuatioin for those who have
taken Spoken French for Beginners, or
others by permission of instructor.
sessions. $64. Limited. (Campus Area)
W 7-9 p.m. (Jan. 25-Mar. 14).
Instructor: Mithra Trudeau. See
Spoken French for Beginners for more
Spoken Spanish for
This course is designed to develop the
basic conversational skills needed for
instant communication. Lessons stress
repetition and structural progression
based on a simple common sense.
Lessons also provide an innovative
question and answer format that
eliminates excessive translation,
memorization and grammar rules.
Illustrative examples are used to

introduce grammar points, new
vocabulary, and essential idion; s.
Participants can expect to lea n
approximately 2,000 words base& on a
system of word derivation between
English and Spanish. By the end o the
course the student should feel
comfortable with major verb tones and
also have the skills and confidence
necessary to try this knowledge out.
L1212. 8 sessions. $64. Limited.
(Campus Area) wV 7:30-9:30 p.m. (Jan.
25-Mar. 14).
Instructor: Lisa Rush, M.A., not only
began teaching Spanish to business
executives and professionals in 1976,
but she also has been functioning as
liaison with the Spanish-speaking
community for the Dept. of Adult
Education of the Detroit Public Schools
since 1979.
Spoken Spanish
(Continuation Level)
A continuation for those who have
taken Spoken Spanish for Beginners, or
others by permission of instructor.
sessions. $64. Limited. (Campus Area)
TP7:30-9:30 p.m. (Jan. 24-Mar. 13).
Instructor: Lisa Rush. See Spoken
Spanish for Beginners for more details.
Spoken Italian for Beginners
This beginning level class is designed
for those who have had no previous
instruction in Italian or for those who
desire to review their basic.
conversational skills.
L1213. 8 sessions. $64. Limited.
(Campus Area) M 7-9 p.m. (Jan. 23-
Mar. 12).-
Instructor: Romana Capek-
Habekovic, Ph.D. in Italian Literature.
U-M, has been teaching Italian
language classes since 1972.
Professional Growth
and Development
Graphic Design: Process

and Theory
A broad introduction to the process
and theory of graphic design. This
course explores:
Gestalt principles of visual
illustration techniques
Trademark design
Color theory
Grid systems
Participants should come to better
understand what is involved in design
and should improve their ability to
communicate regarding'design
0307. 7sessions. $52. Limited.
(Campus Area) M7-9 p.m. (Jan. 23-
Mar. 5).
Instructor: Jennifer Spoon, Senior
Graphic Artist at University
Publications, U-M has a B. A. in studio
art, an M. A. in advertising, and over
seven years experience in graphic
design and illustration.
Understanding Printing
The technologies, tools, techniques,
history, and people involved in making
multiple copies of the same image form
the basis of Understanding Printing
Areas covered include: graphic arts
history; type, and how it is produced;
pre-press preparation; printing and
presses; folding,4)inding, and finishing
methods; halftones; color; ink; paper;
and written specifications.
This survey course is intended for
editorial and graphic design persons at
all levels; publication and production
managers; promotion persons; and
others who have a continuing
responsibility for the preparation and
production of printed materials.
Practical application of this material
should help participants to work more
effectively with typesetters, printers,
binders, and others in the graphic arts.
Slides, discussions, supporting
materials, and questions and answers
combine with short lectures. One
session is a field trip to a local printing

firm. Required text.
C304. 8 sessions. $64 Reduced fees
apply. (Central Campus) T 7:30-9:45
p.m. (Jan. 24-Mar. 20. No class Feb.
Instructor: John R. Hamilton, Senior
Editor, University Publications Office,
U-M, has previous experience in
college public relations, corporate
employee publications, instructional
materials preparation, and newspaper
and print shop operations.
Job Finding Strategies
To land the job you want, at a
reasonable salary, in the briefest period
of time, you need to know the job
finding strategies that work. In this
workshop you learn how to:
Design and write an attention-
getting resume
Identify suitable employers and
trends in your field
Write effective, personalized cover
Develop a network of key job
Reach the "Hidden Job Market"
Get interviews with hiring
Handle difficult interview questions
Describe your real market value
Negotiate salary to get what you are
The format includes lecture, group
discussion, roleplay, and individual
attention to your job situation. Expect
to make significant progress toward
completion of your resume and cover
letters, and to have developed a job-
search strategy along with the
confidence to carry it through.
C302. 4 sessions. $45. Individual
consultations are also available for an
additional fee. Limited. (Campus
Area) W 7-9 p.m. (Jan. 25-Feb. 15).
Instructors: David Gruner, M.S.W.,
U-M, is a licensed career consultant and
director of Career Directions, an Ann
Arbor based career and job counseling
service. Gretchen Gruner, M.A. in
Guidance and Counseling, U-M, is a
consultant and workshop leader with
Career Directions.
Developing Your Skill
as a Negotiator
Everybody negotiates! Whether it is
with families, bosses, employees,
schools, doctors, merchants or
lawyers, negotiation is the way we try to
gain the most while giving up the least.
Based on the best-selling book by
Fisher and Ury, Getting to Yes, this
class explores the theory and practice
of negotiation in settings from the home
to the classroom, the job, and beyond,
with the premise that everyone can
improve his or her negotiating skill
with attention and practice. By
refocusing negotiation from a win-lose
to a win-win perspective, settlements
can be more satisfactory and longer-
lasting for everyone.
Inventory, role play, and video
taping sessions also included.
C318. 5sessions. $50. Reduced fees
apply. (Campus Area) Th 7-9:30 p.m.
(Feb. 2-Mar.l1)..
Instructor: Zena D. Zumeta,co-
founder and co-director of the Ann
Arbor Mediation Center is a lawyer,
labor:negotiator and mediator.
Howard Smith is a doctoral student in
Educational Psychology with extensive

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