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June 2013

5th-5th - Pregnancy & Exercise: Rewards, Risks & Recommendations
Megan Peach, DPT, CSCS will review the benefits and risks of aerobic and resistance exercise during pregnancy and provide specific exercise recommendations for pregnant mothers. Q & A time with Megan after the talk. The seminar is free and open to the public.

Megan specializes in manual treatment of spinal dysfunction, as well as knee and shoulder pain. After receiving a Bachelor of Science in exercise science from Montana State University, Megan earned a doctorate in physical therapy from Duke University. Post-graduation, Megan became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and is currently a member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association. Shortly thereafter, Megan completed the Kaiser Permanente Residency program in advanced orthopedic manual physical therapy in San Francisco, California. Megan’s philosophy for physical therapy treatment embraces educating patients about the tools they need for enhancement of proper body movements during work and play to promote a pain and injury free active lifestyle.
excelptmt.com/2013/04/pregnancy-exercise-rewards-risks-recommendations-seminar-june-5th-2013-630pm/


October 2014

4th-December 31st - Aerial Yoga Class
Restore. Energize. Fly. Join Bozeman Aerial Fitness for classes that will strengthen and rejuvenate your body and mind. We combine the traditional poses of yoga with aerial arts, while promoting flexibility, balance and strength. Experience the therapeutic qualities of yoga in a suspended fabric hammock, get strong with upper body and core work, and find alignment and balance in this fun class. Come fly with us!
Monday at 6 pm
Wednesday at 7:15 pm
http://www.bozemanaerialfitness.com/#!aerial-yoga/c66t


November 2014

4th-December 16th - Low-Flying Trapeze
Learn the fundamentals of all aerial dance in this one of a kind class! Students will build strength and flexibility as they progress at their own pace on the low-flying trapeze (dance trapeze). This class is designed to get people from all walks of life off their feet and into the air! No experience necessary! Ages 13+

Tuesdays 5:30-7pm
The Emerson Center for the Arts
Bozeman, MT

Call to reserve your space today! (406)595-0909
mountainairdance.org

4th-December 16th - Aerial Hammock & Fabric
In this class students will get to experience multiple ways to hang the fabric. Free hanging fabric as well as fabric hung in a hammock! Stretch, hang, climb and find fantastically fun tricks in this beginning level class. Students will build strength and flexibility as they progress at their own pace. This class is designed to get people from all walks of life off their feet and into the air! No experience necessary! Ages 13+

Tuesdays 7-8:30pm
The Emerson Center for the Arts
Bozeman, MT

Call to reserve your space in class today! (406) 595-0909
mountainairdance.org

5th-December 31st - Aerial Yoga Class
Restore. Energize. Fly. Join Bozeman Aerial Fitness for classes that will strengthen and rejuvenate your body and mind. We combine the traditional poses of yoga with aerial arts, while promoting flexibility, balance and strength. Experience the therapeutic qualities of yoga in a suspended fabric hammock, get strong with upper body and core work, and find alignment and balance in this fun class. Come fly with us!
Monday at 6 pm
Wednesday at 7:15 pm
http://www.bozemanaerialfitness.com/#!aerial-yoga/c66t

24th - Glasshouse Photography Group: The good, the bad and the ugly bokeh
Monday, November 24th from 5:45 to 8:00 PM
Join Glass House Photography Group for a fun and playful bokeh workshop. The lecture portion of the evening will define bokeh, discuss factors and techniques that affect your bokeh being "good" or “bad." Then, use this knowledge to go out on a shoot. Smaller light sources can produce great bokeh results in the out of focus areas of an image and Glass House will be taking advantage of the holiday lights up around downtown for this shoot. So bring your tripod, and come explore the subtle power of bokeh.

The group meets Monday, November 24th from 5:45 to 8:00 PM. ¥ou don't need to pre-register. For more information stop by F-11 at 16 East Main in downtown Bozeman, call 406-586-3281, or visit online.
www.f11photo.com.

25th-26th - Intermediate Digital Photography
Get familiar with resolution, ISO, zoom, exposure, focus, composition, exposure modes, basic and advanced white balance, metadata and histograms and learn how these techniques apply to real picture taking situations. This intermediate class is designed to strengthen your confidence and competence in digital imaging. The class is open to owners of cameras that accept interchangeable lenses rather than point and shoot users. It doesn't matter what brand of camera you use. Take this vital next step in your creative journey. Enrollment is $99.99 or $129.99 when taken with Basic Digital Photography (November 20th).

The class meets Tuesday & Wednesday, November 25 & 26th from 5:30 to 7:30 PM and pre-registration is required. For more information or to sign up stop by F-11 at 16 East Main in downtown Bozeman, call 406-586-3281, or visit online.
www.f11photo.com.


December 2014

14th - A Handbell Christmas Tapestry
Bells of the Bridgers Christmas Concert “A Handbell Christmas Tapestry” will be Sunday December 14th at 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. at St James Episcopal, 5 West Olive in Bozeman. The concert is free and open to the public.

Bells of the Bridgers, Bozeman’s premier community handbell ensemble is now in its 9th season. This truly ecumenical group represents a cross-section of the Gallatin and Park County handbell community. Ringers include handbell directors from local churches, ringers of all ages, and varying levels of experience. Regardless of experience, their dedication and strong commitment level binds them together to create this unique form of music, the ultimate in teamwork! Director M.A. Bellingham is now in her 5th season at the helm, bringing nearly 20 years of community handbell experience to the Gallatin Valley area. Bells of the Bridgers rings on 5 octaves of Schulmerich handbells, the largest collection of bells in the area. Also used are 4 ½ octaves of Malmark chimes adding a different tonal color.

This year’s Christmas concert “A Handbell Christmas Tapestry” includes a wide variety of handbell arrangements with basic ringing, stopped sound techniques, mallets, echo rings, and the ethereal “Singing Bell” technique, all showcasing the variety of sounds and techniques available for the instrument. Concert repertoire ranges from sacred to secular, there is something for everyone!

Pieces woven together in the musical tapestry include “Bell Carol of the Kings,” combining “Ukrainian Bell Carol” (Carol of the Bells) with “We Three Kings,” and “Coventry Carol” which is skillfully combined with “O Come O Come Emmanuel.” “Ding Dong Merrily on High” merges with “Good King Wenceslas,” with standard “bell peal” style. Sample stand alone arrangements of a single title which showcase handbell techniques on different verses include “Gloria” (Angels We Have Heard on High), “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen,” and “Do You Hear What I Hear?”

Secular or “pops” pieces range from “Christmas Toys on Parade,” “The Christmas Song” and the ultimate in whip cracking fun, LeRoy Anderson’s “Sleigh Ride.” Percussion adds flavor and variety to some selections.

Closing the December 14 Bozeman concerts is “Silent Night,” with piano and St James Episcopal’s Father Clark Sherman narrating. This arrangement features rich jazzy harmonies with narrator on the repeat verse reading “In that region, there were shepherds living in the fields - keeping watch over their flock by night…” through the conclusion of the paraphrased scriptural Christmas story, meshing beautifully with the melody of “Silent Night.”
www.facebook.com/bellsofthebridgers

16th - Women's Leadership Series in Bozeman
Heartmanity and Jennifer Williams hosts this monthly women's leadership series on the third Tuesday of each month at The Heartmanity Center in Bozeman. 



This gourmet lunch 'n learn leadership event is not a networking event, but rather a place for women in business to learn strategies and skills to grow their businesses and their business relationships.



12:00 - 1:15 p.m. See our website, and look for the Classes tab for more information.
www.heartmanity.com




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