Central Texas College Continuing Education

Participants in last year’s Central Texas College Continuing Education wellness event learn basic movements in the belly dance class demonstration.

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The Central Texas College Continuing Education department will host a wellness event, “Just for the Health of It,” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

The wellness event is designed to allow the public to meet instructors and get a preview of the various exercise and wellness classes available.

The event is free and open to the public. It will be held in the CTC Continuing Education building on the corner of Clear Creek Road and Central Texas College Drive.

Demonstrations of the available classes, on-site registration, door prizes, activities and games for guests will also be offered during the event.

“We have classes designed to get you moving and add quality to your life,” said Teresa Chavez, director of CTC Continuing Education. “Classes such as Zumba, core strength and conditioning, water fitness, indoor cycling, yoga and senior water aerobics are available through our program. There is something for everyone and for every fitness level.”

In addition, CTC Continuing Education offers a variety of dance classes including belly/Oriental dance, tribal grooves and urban line dancing as well as self-defense courses and massage therapy. Other classes offered include financial wellness, cooking, quilting, arts and crafts, gardening, scrapbooking, cooking and more.

Demonstrations of the available classes, chair massages, on-site registration, activities and games for guests will also be provided during the wellness event.

For more information, call CTC Continuing Education at 254-526-1586 or go to www.ctcd.edu/ce online for a complete list of available classes.

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