MOHAVE COUNTY – The Mohave Community College Community Education Division has a wide variety of wellness classes kicking off with the start of the Spring semester. The classes include life skills such as clearing clutter, money mindset, meditation, a Latin Fit dance class and more. The New Year comes with plenty of opportunities at MCC!
Several of the classes are taught by Facilitator Tina Jett and include: Money Mindset, starting Jan. 23; Clearing Clutter, starting Jan. 24; a Life Series Workshop, starting Jan. 24; a Book Club, starting Jan. 23; and Meditation, Starting Jan. 23 and 25. These classes will all be held on the College’s Bullhead City Campus, 3400 AZ-95.
Money Mindset will transform students’ relationship with money with the goal of creating a more positive and abundant financial future. Clearing Clutter will focus not only on decluttering one’s physical space, but their mental space as well.
“We’ll also delve into the emotional and psychological aspects of clutter and how it can hold us back from living our best lives,” Jett says. “Through guided exercises and group discussions, you’ll explore your relationship with clutter and learn how to let go of the emotional attachments that keep you bound. By the end of the class, you’ll be ready to embrace a lighter, more organized, and energized lifestyle.”
The Life Series Workshop entails learning practical strategies for managing stress and finding peace in addition to identifying values and goals. “Directing Your Destiny: How to Become the Writer, Director and Producer of Your Life” is the focus of this spring’s Book Club. The course encourages people to become the architects of their own lives by providing a step-by-step process for getting clear on who they are and what they want.
“My approach goes beyond traditional methods, harnessing the life-altering power of energy work to amplify your journey of self-discovery and success,” Jett says of her classes. “With a deep understanding of human behavior and a suite of powerful, intuitive tools at my disposal, I stand ready to support your personal evolution.”
Fiona Pedi will lead MCC’s new Latin Fit dance class in Kingman, 309 E. Beale St., set to include salsa, bachata and cumbia genres. Pedi says the course is kicking off at the perfect time as students have the opportunity to begin the New Year with easy and fun exercise routines. The class began this week on Thursday, Jan. 11, and has three sessions remaining.
“Community members will find this class meaningful as it exposes them to a different style of music than most are used to, the dancing is lively and uplifting, and I always break down the routines to ensure every student gets the maximum out of each class,” Pedi says.
A PTSD Journey, a course examining what Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is and why it manifests, is also slated for the spring semester on the Lake Havasu Campus, 1977 W. Acoma Blvd. The seven-week course is Led by Dr. Margaret Rogers Van Coops and begins Jan. 17.
“Community Education allows our community to enjoy the benefits of being a lifelong learner,” says Sandra Desmarteau, Corporate and Community Education Program Manager. “Community education offers members of the community the chance to learn something new at an affordable price.”
MCC Community Education offers a wide variety of classes on all of the College’s campuses. For a full list of MCC Community Education offerings, go to ce.mohave.edu.
The college is also still enrolling students in spring and summer semesters in its three other divisions which are Career & Technical Education, Health & Public Services, and Arts & Sciences. These divisions offer credits toward a college degree or certificate and people interested in signing up should create a student account at apply.mohave.edu.
Fiona Pedi will lead MCC’s new Latin Fit dance class at the College’s Beale Street Center in downtown Kingman.