Yoga Flow & Slow: Ages 17+
Explore your body's call to move in alignment with your breath, find calm outside of stillness of the body and discover grace in challenge. For all level of students. Learn asana (poses) through technique, building strength, and flexibility. Dive deep into pose, if more experienced. Extra time is spend on stretching, allowing for the maximum benefit and the safest journey into flexibility. Offered in partnership with Moonbird Yoga.
Ballet classes are based on the curriculum of the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD), an international teaching organization committed to establishing standards of excellence in ballet instruction. The RAD syllabus is used as a basis to ensure correct training and to inspire each student's creativity musicality and dramatic expression. If you would like additional information or your child would like to try a trial class, please register for a Ballet Consultation. Pre-K Creative Dance: Ages 4-5 Jumping over streams and soaring like birds, students will move through an imaginative dance adventure. This fun-filled class will help strengthen gross motor skills. We'll use music, rhythm, and gestures are that are playful and creative. The instructor for this class is Mrs. September Rich. The following classes will be taught by Ms. Kay Tabisaura, RAD RTS. (Email: email@example.com) Pre-Ballet 1&2: A preparation for formal ballet lessons, these structured classes focus on correct posture, expression and refining motor skills. Ballet 1, 2, & 3: With a focus on ballet technique and performance qualities, students achieve skills in each level leading to increased physical strength, flexibility, coordination, and creativity. Students gain confidence as they progress though the levels with increasing complexity and challenge. Ballet 2 & 3 classes will include some Character Dance, a theatrical version on European folk dancing found in ballets. Intermediate Classes: For the more advanced dancer, this class challenges students technically, musically, and creatively with exercises that encourage critical thinking and athleticism while developing a sense of theater, movement dynamics and artistic interpretation. Dance Attire: You do not need to purchase new dance wear IF your child has not outgrown their leotards from last year. If purchasing new leotards, please note the following colors: Preschool to Pre-Ballet 2: Pink short-sleeved leotards, pink tights, pink skirt, pink ballet slippers Ballet 1 Lilac, short-sleeved leotard, pink tights, pink ballet slippers Ballet 2: Navy tank leotard, pink tights, pink ballet slippers, character shoes Ballet 3: Black camisole leotard (or if their navy leotard still fits they can wear those), pink tights, pink ballet slippers, black character shoes, character skirt Intermediate: Black camisole leotard, pink tights, pink ballet slippers, pointe shoes (with teacher approval) All classes: Please have hair pulled away from face in bun or ponytail. For those with short hair, headbands or clips are recommended.
Chess Club Grades K-8
Join the chess revolution at Lindbergh! Chess promotes strategic reasoning, goal setting, spatial awareness, and sportsmanship. Offered in partnership with the Chess Club & Scholastic Center of Saint Louis.
Combines virtual classroom instruction and behind the wheel experience. Learn skills related to traffic laws, vehicle dynamics and driving situations while using techniques for defensive driving. Students must be at least 15 years of age with a valid Missouri driving permit. This is a non-credit course, but may help qualify for auto insurance discounts. Total of 3 hours of drive time using a Community Ed. vehicle are included. All classes are led by certified driving instructors. Classroom portion offered through virtual learning and will not meet in person. The instructor will email you prior to the start of class with links and any other information. Drive time sign up will take place at a later time TBD. Drive time will be in person and face coverings must be worn. The vehicle will be disinfected between drivers.
University of Missouri Extension
Mizzou Extension Classes
University of Missouri Extension: Food for Thought A 60-minute presentation highlighting dietary effects on cognitive function (dementia/memory) and a discussion on if dietary changes can help prevent diseases such as Alzheimer's. University of Missouri Extension: Diet and Inflammation A growing body of evidence suggests that chronic inflammation leads to a decrease in one's overall health. This presentation will explain what chronic inflammation is and how one's diet may affect inflammation throughout the body. University of Missouri Extension: All About Artificial Sweeteners To eat or not to eat...that is the question. Participants will be able to identify what are common artificial sweeteners used in foods and will hear evidence regarding their effects on our health.