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RCCC personal enrichment classes

Upcoming personal enrichment classes, described below, are coming up at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College. Register by calling 704-216-3512.
Massage Duets ń (changed date). Massage Duets is a class designed to help couples learn techniques for stress relief and positive touch. This class will teach proper techniques that will keep you from getting tired and will rejuvenate you at the end of a long day. Participants will learn how to give a Swedish massage to the back by using six simple massage strokes. Participants will also receive detailed information on how to apply those strokes to the full body. Any two people can register for this class. It is not limited strictly to couples. Students are encouraged to bring bottled water, pen/paper, protein snack, comfortable clothes and socks. Please register soon, as class size is limited.
Tuesday, Dec. 6, 5:30-9:30 p.m., CBTC Campus, Concord, Room 9286; registration, $70/couple.
Core Stability ó This course uses gliding sliding disc exercises to transform traditional exercises, allowing for engaged full body effort from start to finish. This class has been enhanced to include exercising with stability balls. Train every muscle in your body to extend your range of motion. You will improve your balance, muscular endurance and flexibility while working out to popular music. Bring a stability ball, mat, towel and water and wear athletic shoes and comfortable clothing. Please register soon, as class size is limited.
Tuesdays, Jan. 10-Feb. 7, 2012; 9:15-10:15 a.m., South Campus, Concord; registration, $35 (plus optional $2.55 insurance); or Thursdays, Jan. 12-Feb. 16, 2012 (no class on 2/2), 6:30-7:30 p.m., CBTC Campus, Concord.
Zumba (6-week classes) óGet fit in this Latin-inspired, cardio fitness workout program. Students should wear athletic shoes and comfortable clothing. Sign up soon, as class sizes are limited.
Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 23-Feb. 29, 2012, 5:30 -6:30 p.m., North Campus, Salisbury, Building 400, Room 4124 (aerobics room); registration, $30 (plus optional $2.55 insurance) or Mondays and Wednesdays, Jan. 23-Feb. 29, 2012; 2-3 p.m., North Campus, Salisbury, Building 400, Room 4124.
Beginning yoga ó North Campus (8 weeks). This course introduces the fundamentals of yoga with a focus on proper breathing techniques, relaxation and correct body positions. Yoga is an exercise that strengthens the body and mind through exercises in relaxation and balance. Space is limited to facilitate individualized instruction. Bring a yoga mat and wear loose, comfortable clothing.
Thursdays, Jan. 12- March 1, 2012; 11:30 a.m.- 12:45 p.m.; North Campus, Salisbury, Room 4124; registration, $65 (plus optional $2.55 insurance). Or wind down after work with evening classes, Thursdays, Jan. 12-March 1; 7-8:15 p.m.; North Campus, Salisbury, 4124.
Beginning yoga ń CBTC (6 weeks).
Wednesdays, Jan. 25-Feb. 29, 2012; 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m.; CBTC Campus, Concord, 9281; registration, $50 (plus optional $2.55 insurance).
Or CBTC (10 weeks); Thursdays, Jan. 24-April 3, 2012 (no class March 6); 5:30 -6:45 p.m.; CBTC Campus, Concord, 9281; registration, $85 (plus optional $2.55 insurance).
Mixed-level yoga: Level one (10 weeks) ó This 10-week course encourages yogis of all levels to participate. Space is limited to 15 students to facilitate individualized instruction. Bring a yoga mat and wear loose, comfortable clothing.
Jan. 26-April 5, 2012 (no class on March 8); 5:30-6:45 p.m.; South Campus, Concord; registration, $85 (plus optional $2.55 insurance).

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