TMCC EPIC Summer 2022 Course Guide

Register 24/7 at EPIC.tmcc.edu 8 B e Your Own Barista Boost your java know-how and discover how to brew your favorite roasts like a pro. Explore the many bean varietals and processing methods each major region has to offer and discuss the recommended brewing methods of each. Save a trip to the cafe and delve into proper espresso shot extraction and practice milk spinning for specialty drinks like lattes and cappuccinos. Embrace your inner barista as you gain hands-on experience with a Chemex coffee maker, v60 single cup pour-over, French press and more. Take home a bag of local coffee to complement your favorite brewing method. $10 materials fee 7/16 S 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Trujillo Hub Coffee Roasters $59 NEW! Winemaking for Beginners Expand your love of vino and make your own giftworthy wines. Get to know the basics of winemaking as you discuss the fermentation process, the importance of sanitation, clarification and filtration, and more as you learn how to craft clean, drinkable wines. Get to know aging requirements and sample wine from various stages of the winemaking process. $10 materials fee 8/6-8/20 S 9 a.m. - 11 p.m. Ross TMCC Meadowood Center 315 $99 Health and Wellness NEW! C onquer Travel Anxiety Travel gives us insights that we can’t gain any other way. Get the most out of your journeys with less stress by learning your personal triggers, reducing your exposure to dangerous situations, and practicing safety and etiquette techniques. Plan a pre-trip checklist and find out how positive thinking can help you get the most joy from your vacations. 6/13 M 6 - 9 p.m. Dages TMCC Meadowood Center 324 $49 NEW! Mindfulness Experience less stress as you discover how to better live in the moment. Explore how taking thoughts, feelings, behaviors and habits captive can lead to an awareness of how they influence your level of happiness. Using basic principles based in cognitive behavioral therapy, practice stress reduction techniques, mind-body exercises and yoga movements to create a comprehensive plan for your daily life. 6/22-7/27 W 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Cole Great Basin Behavioral Health $79 Food and Beverage • Health and Wellness Self Hypnosis Increase relaxation, release bad habits and enhance your mental well-being through practicing proven hypnosis techniques. Discuss how habits, behaviors and beliefs are formed and how to change them. Develop effective affirmations to help you reduce stress, achieve goals, enhance health, boost positive thinking and much more. 5/26-6/9 TH 3 - 6 p.m. Maehl TMCC Meadowood Center 324 $99 NEW! M editative Yoga Experience healthier mind and body moments in your everyday life with meditative methods and the gentle movements of yoga. Break down common thought processes and the emotional experiences in your life and discover how to develop routines that reduce anxiety, build favorable habits and assist in stress reduction. Experience presence of thought, feeling and action exercises as you learn complementing yoga movements for relaxation. Practice visualization and mindfulness techniques designed for better wellness in every aspect of your life. 8/10-9/14 W 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Cole Great Basin Behavioral Health $79 Sugar Busters Cultivate healthier eating habits by learning how to eliminate excess sugar. Review scientific studies about the effects of sugar on the brain and body overall. Discuss the wellness impacts of sugar and sugar substitutes and how their consumption increases the likelihood of obesity, diabetes, cancer and Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Explore delicious foods that will not only keep you full, but will satisfy any sweet tooth, as well as delicious sugar alternatives like Stevia and monk fruit. Craft a personalized meal plan and gain valuable tips to help you stay away from unnecessary sugars. 8/17 W 6 - 9 p.m. Swackhamer TMCC Meadowood Center 324 $49 “Everyone should take this class; more people need to have this information.” – Sugar Busters student The TMCC Foundation needs you! Every day, alumni, friends and community partners are investing in TMCC’s students. From scholarships to equipment and capital needs, gifts to the TMCC Foundation impact our community and the lives of our students. If you would like to make a difference, please contact the TMCC Foundation at 673-8262 or www.tmcc.edu/foundation.

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