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Arts & Programs Office,
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Scottish Country Dancing
Learn the Basic steps and formations of
Scottish Country Dancing and be able to dance
reels and jigs to the lively music of fiddles,
piano, and accordion! Good exercise as well as
fun and a great way to meet people.
No partner necessary.
Instructor: Helen Welford. $40.
(This is 8 Weeks).
Location: East Room
Learn how to make over 100 drinks! Ken
Mallowitz bartender at the Nectarine Ballroom,
returns to teach this popular course. A certificate
of graduation is offered following completion of
the course. Colored water is used, not liquor.
Location: Boulevard Room
Enhance your self-esteem, learn how to protect
yourself. Become more comfortable with your
body and build assertiveness, awareness, self-
confidence, and flexibility. Learn self-defense
skills in a safe environment from Instructor:
Deb Fedon. $20.
Location: North East Room
Insight Meditation is a simple and direct
practice- the moment-to-moment
investigation of the mind/body process
through calm focused awareness. No
special religious beliefs are required; this is
a spiritual process. Each class meeting will
include sitting time, instruction, and group
Instructor: Barbara Brodsky
Fee: $40 (if the registration fee deters from
taking this course, please call 764-7544 and
speak to Helen or Susan.)
Location: Valley Room
Registration Begins January 9 and continues up to the
first class meeting time.
No classes will be taught the week of Spring Break,
Register at the North Campus Commons Administra-
tion Office. For more information call 764-7544.
All classes are taught in the North Campus Commons
and are sponsored by the North Campus Commons
Arts and Programs.
The University of Michigan is committed to the
policy that all persons shall have equal access to
its programs, facilities, and employment without
regard to race, color, creed, religion, national
origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public
assistance status, or sexual orientation. For more
information regarding disability accommoda-
tions, call the North Campus Commons Adminis-
tration Office at 764-7544.
Reflect on the meaning of yoga and meditation.
Explore the benefits of this ancient tradition and
discover what it can do for you in everyday life.
Location: Valley Room
2/9-3/23 6:30- 9:30pm
Consider abandoning your studies, hectic schedule,
and other responsibilities for a peaceful, restoring
time for YOU! Learn to give and receive a massage
for stress release, relaxation, and general well-being.
Instructor: Marianne Nardini
Location: Center Room
Beginning Tai Chi Chuan
Tai Chi Chuan is an internal Martial Art which
focuses on using the mind to perform the movement
not brute strength. Its slow, graceful movements and
relaxed breathing process can contribute to a general
improvement in health by relaxing mind and body, as
well as improving balance and concentration.
Instructor: Aiji Pipho. $40.
Location: Valley Room
Continuing Tai Chi Chuan
This class is for students continuing from previous
Instructor: Aiji Pipho
Location: Boulevard Room
This class will teach a comprehensive style of self-
defense, building upon a solid foundation of
traditional Tae-Kwon do. This style adds to that a
variety of defensive tactics which borrow techniques
from Aikido, Judo, and police defensive tactics. Tae-
Kwon do emphasizes personal development, self-
defense, and harmonization of mind, body and spirit.
Instructor: Greg Marquis
Location: East Room
Week of February 6
Call UAC @ 763-1107
Registration latus January 23 - February 5
Registration sit Michigan Union Ticket Office @ 763-TKTS
No mail-in registration
Refunds will only he given if the course is canceled
Use your Entrei Plus
For more information
Power Jam Mon/Wed Anderson Rm-Union 5:30-6:30 2/8-4/12
Aerobics An Intense Cardiovascular exercise incorporating Cardio-Funk, Hip-Hop and Tubing will be avaiable
for specialty sculpting. A FREE week long membership at One-on-One Athletic Clubs will also be
provided to all enrolled aerobics students.
Section I(J.J. Abbot) Thursdays Anderson Rm-Union 7:00-9:00 2/9-3/30 (no class 3/16)
Section II(J.J. Abbot) Mondays Anderson Rm-Union 8:00-10:00 3/6-4/10
Put on your dancing shoest in this course for beginners and intermediates, you'll learn various
dances such as the Rumba, Fox Trot, and Cha-Cha.
Section 1 Mondays U-Club-Union 7:00-9:00 2/13-3/27
Section II Thursdays U-Club-Union 7:00-9:00 2/16-3/30
Shawna RedCloud Amaze your friends, annoy your parentsl Learn how to mix over 100 drinks. A certificate of
graduation will be awarded upon completion of the course.
Intro to Mondays U-Club-Union 7:00-9:30 2/13-3/27
Cooking Wake up your taste.buds and learn to cook dishes from around the world, Regions such as China,
India, the Mediterranean, France (pastries) and more will be explored through the culinary ans.
**Note: the Ist class will meet until 10:00 and will include a kitchen safety discussion and a
waiver of liability will be presented. **A $15 lab fee will be collected on the first night of class.
***Students are asked to bring their own paring knife and peelers to class.
Creating Saturdays Artspace-Union 12-3:00 2/11-3/25
With Clay Learn to use ceramics as a vehicle for both personal and artistic expression. Techniques include
May Oppenheim throwing, hand building, mold and tile making. Creativity and desire is a must.
*A $15 dollar lab fee will be collected by instructor on the Ist night of class.
Section I(Barry Ryder) Tuesdays Pond Room-Union 7:00-10:00 2/7-3/21
Section II(Jane sierra) Wednesdays Rm 1209-Union 7:00-10:00 2/8-3/22
Ahh...RELAX...and forget about your worries. Learn the secrets to giving and receiving
massages. Each session, students will practice their techniques. Bring a towel.
Meditation Mondays Pond Rm-Union 7:00-8:30 2/6-3/20
Ka;ila Castoldi This is an introduction to meditation. Registration will be held at the UAC office, 2105 Michigan Union
Beginning (Baw) Mondays Artspace-Union 6:30-9:30 2/6-3/20
Intermediate <saw> Wednesdays A rtspace-Union 6:30-9:30 2/8-3/22
Color Thursdays Artspace-Union 6:30-9:30 2/9-3/23
Garin Homer Learn how to use your own 35mm camera, while discovering the excitement and magic of printing your
own photos in the Beginning class. The Intermediate will focus on applying creative techniques for
photographing, film processing, and printing. Types of film, color labs and developing color negatives
will be taught in the Color class. Color prints will not be made in class.
*A $10 lab fee for Begin and Intermed/SI5 for color will be collected on the 1st night of class
Session I Tuesdays Union Games Room 7:00-9:00 2/7-3/21
Session II Tuesdays Union Games Room 9:00-11:00 2/7-3/21$3
Derek Pogerski Explore the fundamentals of billiards. Sessions include handouts, demos, and practice time.
I (Beginner) Mondays Welker Rm-Union 6:00-7:00 2/6-3/20
II (Intermediate) Mondays Welker Rm-Union 7:00-8:00 2/6-3/20
III(Beginner) Wednesdays Bates Rm-Union 6:00-7:00 2/8-3/22
Joan E. Smith Learn the most intriguing and valuable form of communication. Basic American Sign
Language is taught.
Tarot Cards Wednesdays Michigan Rm-Union 7:00-8:00 2/8-3/22
Richard Maurer Unwrap your intuitive expressionism and learn the new age sense of reading tarot cards.
Emphasis placed on history and philosophy as well as learning to use and interpret them.
Tarot Cards for Tuesdays Artspace-Union 6:30-9:30 2/7-3/21
Creative Inspiration Explore te mysteriousinmages of the Tarot while unlocking the mystical visions of your dreams.
Garin Homer Bring your favorite deck to develop and awaken your creative spirit.
Section I Tuesdays Anderson Rm-Union 6:00-8:00 2/7-3/7
Section II Tuesdays Anderson Rm-Union 6:00-8:00 3/14-4/4
Dick Scheer This course covers the basic techniques of wine tasting and appreciation. Different wines from
various vineyards and countries will be sampled. You must be 21 or over to take this course.
All classes are 6 weeks long except: Power Jam Aerobics and Winetasting
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