Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Fitness Classes that Fit Your Schedule

Fitness Classes that Fit Your Schedule

This spring, the CLL is offering fitness classes that fit your schedule. Discover innovative workouts that offer a perfect combination of exercise and fun. These classes are starting soon. Register today!

  •         Take a load off your back with Resistance Pilates!
  •         Discover the ‘Art of Peace’ with Introduction to Aikido
  •         and more!

BRAND NEW
9 Tuesdays, beginning April 7
9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
Students will explore the use of light weights and resistance bands and build on core strength to support the spine. Stand strong, stand tall and improve posture. Class Cost: $54




EVENING CLASS
8 Wednesdays, beginning April 8
7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Aikido, known as the 'art of peace' is a martial art based on neutralizing an opponent through leverage and balance instead of strength and force. Class Cost: $40




Back By Popular Demand


Body Mind Wakeup Call

April 7: Students will experience yoga stretches, use of light weights and resistance bands and discover fun ways to help increase and build memory skills.


Hundreds of Favorite Classes


Let Loose with Nia Dance!

April 9: Students will deepen their knowledge of the body in this total body workout with movements drawn from Tai Chi, Tae Kwon Do, Aikido, and more!

Something for Everyone


Dance the Salsa!

April 10: Students will learn basic timing, rhythm, partnering, and footwork. No experience required!




Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Friday, March 13, 2015

What Goes "Squish, Splatter & Roll"? Discover CLL Parenting Classes, Weekday Mornings!

What Goes "Squish, Splatter & Roll"?

Now that we have your attention... CLL's popular parenting education classes are a favorite way for parents and children age 6 months to 5 years to spend fun, safe and healthy time together on weekday mornings!

Do you know a parent looking for new options for weekday mornings to spend fun, safe and healthy time together with their child? Please share this post and help them discover this wonderful resource! 



Come learn positive parenting attitudes and how to create your healthy parent-child relationship in a safe and stimulating environment with age appropriate activities for infants and children age 6 months to 5 years at the CLL.

Parents and caregivers with children learn about typical stages of development through observation, participation with other families and discussion.

If you’re curious about which class to take, consider your child’s age and interests. 

Classes available at CLL include:

Ages 6-18 months: 
Music Times explores the power of rhythm, melody, tonality and beat together. Toddler Times teaches through song, as well as with puppets and books. Babies will expand their language skills in a joyful and stimulating environment.


Ages 18 – 30 months: Consider Growing Times, and directly participate weekly with other parents to learn about your toddler’s stages of development. Expand your musical knowledge with Music Times III, and play with a wide variety of instruments.

Ages 2-5 years old: Growing Times II and III offer an artistic and hand-on approach or Squish, Splatter and Roll provides creative expression through art materials and sensory experience.

In addition to these Parenting Education classes, parents may be interested in other classes and special workshops such as: Childbirth Yoga – Pregnancy, Labor, Birth and Postpartum and Discipline without Punishment or Rewards.




CLL Newsletter March 2015

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March 2015
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March at the CLL
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We’re still in Winter Term, here at the CLL (Winter term ends March 21) – but Spring Term is right around the corner! Spring is the perfect season to appreciate nature while hiking our beautiful Santa Barbara trails, observing local bird habitats, or enjoying the splendor of the night sky. At the CLL, all of Santa Barbara and Goleta, inside and out, is your classroom!

In this Issue:
  • Spring Term 2015
  • Important Registration Information
  • Classes Starting Soon
  • Learn Something New with Look & Learn
  • What Our Students are Saying


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CLL students at the Santa Barbara Zoo
CLL students at the Santa Barbara Zoo

Important Dates:
  • March 16: Spring Term Registration Begins
  • March 21: Last Day of Winter Term
  • March 23 – April 4: Spring Break
  • April 6: Spring Term Classes Begin



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Spring Term 2015: Take Your Learning Outside the Classroom

View Spring ScheduleLearning, especially lifelong learning, does not have to take place within four walls. This spring, the CLL is taking learning outside of the classroom and into the community.

Many Spring Term classes will meet by the sea, out-to-sea, on hiking trails and even at the Santa Barbara Zoo, such as:
  • Animals Alive: Drawing at the Zoo
  • Sustainable Garden Design Walkabout
  • Basic Keelboat Sailing
  • Lawn Bowls, Your New Sport
  • and more!

Important Registration Information
Spring registration begins March 16. The first week of registration will be staggered by subject areas across four days. Classes start throughout the term, which runs from April 6 through June 13.

Important Registration Information



Classes Starting Soon

If you’re looking to start a class sooner than Spring, look no further than the CLL’s Winter Print Schedule. Don’t miss out on these classes, starting soon:
Learn Something New with Look & Learn
Look & Learn: BreathingDiscover the wonder of a deep exuberant breath with CLL Yoga instructor, Fredda Spirka, in the CLL’s Look & Learn video: Breathing.

Learn something new in just a minute or two with our growing collection of Look & Learn ‘how-to’ videos, featuring the CLL’s expert, professional teachers. 

View ALL Look & Learn videos on the CLL’s YouTube Channel


What Our Students Are Saying

Student Quote"There is such a large variety of unique classes that I get to try a new hobby every few months.” – Kim Todd, CLL student

Did you have a great experience at the CLL? We'd love to hear from you! Send us an e-mail us at infoCLL@sbcc.edu.








Want to Help?

Many students have asked us how they can help spread the word about the CLL

Here’s what you can do – ask us for a bundle of our Spring Term Print Schedules and drop them off at your doctor’s office or gym. 

If you’d like to help, come stop by the Wake Campus or Schott Campus Main Office, or send us an e-mail us at infoCLL@sbcc.edu