Learning Opportunities for Older Adults

Sit Saskatoon’s winter mindfulness programs are open for registration

Register for classes 

Practice Sessions

These sessions are designed for those who have taken a Sit Saskatoon class and would like support in restarting, sustaining, or deepening their mindfulness meditation practice. Through guided practices, teaching and discussion, participants will have an opportunity to reconnect with foundational practices, address practice challenges, and learn ways to incorporate mindfulness into daily life.

DETAILS
Upcoming sessions:

Thursday, December 5, 6:30 – 7:30pm, 2019
Thursday, January 9, 6:30–7:30pm, 2020

Introduction to Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

Dec 7, 10–11:30am
Jan 11, 10–11:30am
Jan 15, 1–2:30pm

Interested in attending the 8-week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program with Sit Saskatoon? Register for this free 1.5 hour session for an overview of MBSR, a practice meditation, possible benefits, and considerations for when to take the program.

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

Saturday MBSR
10am–12:30pm, Jan 18–Mar 14

Wednesday MBSR
1–3:30pm, Jan 22–Mar 11

This 8-week evidence-based program with Vicki Herman provides a comprehensive introduction to mindfulness mediation that is engaging and rewarding. Possible benefits include decreased physical and psychological symptoms such as pain, anxiety, low mood, increased sense of ease of well-being, and an improved ability to cope with challenges.


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Read Saskatoon – Adult and Financial Literacy Programs

Money Management Workshops – Financial literacy training, focus on budgeting, banking, credit and debt management, asset building, and spending habits. Gain control of your money habits.
LEAD – trained literacy coaches matched with adult learners looking to strengthen reading, writing, spelling, comprehension, listening, speaking and numeracy skills
Contact READ Saskatoon 306-652-5448
info@READsaskatoon.com 


Saskatoon Seniors Continued Learning Inc. (SSCL)
Saskatoon Seniors Continued Learning (SSCL), in collaboration with the College of Arts & Science, offers non-degree courses to people aged 55 and better. These popular courses deal with a wide range of literary, political, scientific, religious and artistic subjects.
There are no prerequisites, no textbooks, no essays, no exams.
Classes are held on the University of Saskatchewan campus for two hours once a week for eight weeks.
Courses are offered annually in three terms, fall, winter and spring.

More information


University of Saskatchewan Ballroom Dancing Club –  2019 Classes 

Online Registration 


Classic Dance – Informal Ballroom, Latin and Country Dancing – Find out more 


Free Flow Dance Centre

Free Flow Dance Centre specializes in adult dance classes. Come by on our in person registration night on September 9th between 6-8 pm and sign up for your classes. For a full listing of classes check out our website at https://freeflowdancecentre.wordpress.com/class-schedule/ We will accept payments by cash, cheque or etransfer.