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Fun in February

01/30/2015 04:17PM ● By Style
The Placerville Town Hall is buzzing this month, as a new season of fresh classes begins. If you’re wondering what to sign up for first, check out the Winter/Spring 2015 Activity Guide.

Do you have difficulties falling asleep at night? Have you followed everybody’s advice, but nothing seems to work? What would your life be like if you could move beyond insomnia? In this two-hour seminar, Beyond Insomnia coach Jennifer Jackson will talk about how she moved past 28 years of chronic insomnia and how you can, too. The first hour will cover sleep cycles, circadian rhythms and sleep scheduling behaviors; the second hour will teach a powerful technique to clear busy, anxious thoughts and move the body out of a stress response and into a relaxation response so sleep comes easily and naturally.

Classes for Bellyfit, the world’s leading holistic fitness system for women—which blends the power and wisdom of ancient practices with modern research and technology—take place Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The myth-busting, spirit-soothing, bootie-shaking classes—designed by women, for women—offer more than “just a workout.”

Dog training, fused glass, hand-to-hand combat, table tennis, photography, Thai cooking and adult dance classes (tap, ballet, ballroom, etc.) are just a few more activities on tap this season.
Looking for creative kids’ classes? Check out the “Spectacular Seasonal Art,” “Beginning Guitar,” various dance classes (ballet, tap, lyrical and hip-hop) or Mighty Mite Soccer (starts in April).
­— Amanda Anderson

To learn more about these and other classes, contact the City of Placerville’s Community Services Department at 530-642-5232, stop by 549 Main Street, or visit

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