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  • CPR/AED and First Aid Certification

    CPR/AED and First Aid CertificationWould you know what to do in a cardiac, breathing or first aid emergency? The right action can help save a life! With an emphasis on hands-on learning, this First Aid/CPR.AED course gives you the skills to save a life. Training meets OSHA's Best Practices for Workplace First Aid training for  the infant, child and adult. Skills include how to respond to cardiac and breathing emergencies for all ages, CPR, use of Automated Defibrillators (AED) and choking. First Aid will includes wounds and bandaging, burns, head, muscle, bone and joint injuries, heat and cold emergencies, poisonings, and sudden illnesses. Upon completing this course you will receive a two-year certification. Instructor: Shelly Nahan, Health and Safety Specialist with Team Take Heart. This CPR/First Aid class is certified by the American Heart Association.Wednesday, October 10   6 - 9 pm  canceled due to instructor illnessrescheduled date: Wednesday, October 24Westonka Activity Center conference room#7518-A18F$59Wednesday, December 56 - 9 pmWestonka Activity Center conference room#7518-B18F$59
  • Family First Aid with Homeopathic Remedies

    Family First Aid with Homeopathic RemediesHomeopaths believe that the body has the ability to heal itself. This holistic approach uses "likes to cure likes." The class will cover first aid remedies helpful with sprains, nerve injuries, broken bones, concussions, growing pains, bruises, burns and emotional shock. Homeopathy can also offer incredible assistance in recovery from surgery or dental procedures. Each student will leave class with a bottle of Arnica, the most commonly used homeopathic remedy. Instructor: Sue Mills, Certified HomeopathTuesday, October 9 7 - 9 pmMound Westonka High School       Room C-121#7600-A18F$35Tuesday, December 47 - 9 pmMound Westonka High School       Room C-121#7600-B18F$35
  • Thyroid - This You Need to Know

    Thyroid - This You Need to KnowIf  you currently take thyroid medication but are still gaining weight, have a variety of symptoms, there's more you need to know. Fatigue, weight gain, depression, anxiety, rising cholesterol levels, inability to focus, thinning hair, digestive problems, abnormal blood pressure, reduced sex drive, and heart palpitations are only some of the symptoms. In this workshop, we'll discuss: how thyroid function can make any illness worse; the five things that need to be measured, but usually aren't; why the No. 1 thyroid replacement may not be helping you; connection between thyroid, fibromyalgia and arthritis; foods that help or hinder; commonly misunderstood rules of how and when to take thyroid medication, environmental triggers and info you need to discuss with  your doctor.This workshop is a source of information only and should  by no means be considered a substitute for the advice of a qualified medical professional. Instructor: Janice Novak has a Master's Degree in Health Education and is a best-selling author, speaker and wellness consultant.Monday, October 156 - 7:30  pmRESCHEDULEDMonday, November 26Westonka Activity Center - conference room #7565-A18F$29