Seven Adult Classes For Summer Fun
Are you looking for some fun adult classes this summer that will break your boredom but not the bank. Below are seven classes that you can have fun doing this summer whether you are a male or female. The summer is a great time to explore new adventures and taking a class is a great way to meet new people, explore creativity and move beyond your comfort zone. Here is a list of seven of our favorite adult classes for this summer.
1. Glass Blowing Class
If you want to have a sizzling hot summer with hands-on experience, a glass blowing class can be made to order. It will give you an opportunity to explore your artistic side. This art has been around for thousands of years. Sculptures are created by manipulating molten glass. Classes will give you a general introduction to glass blowing, safety precautions, working with fire and how to use glass blowing tools. You will also learn how to gather, heat and shape molten glass into the colors and shapes of your desire.
2. Cooking Class
If art is not your passion, then you may want to test out your cooking skills. There are many classes available online and in person that allows you to learn new and healthy cooking techniques. These classes may include online meal planning, in home training, cooking with kids, baking and cake decorating classes, or healthy cooking and eating classes. Regardless of what you want to learn this summer, you can probably find a discounted class that allows you to experience the joy of cooking.
3. Yoga Class
Yoga, is a great exercise for those individuals who want to improve their cardio, flexibility, balance, and posture. Yoga is also a good source to use when you want to relax your mind, improve your concentration and get in touch with your spiritual side. There are different yoga classes available in the market today. These classes include Hot Yoga, Hatha, Restorative, and Vinyasa to name a few. So, if you want to stretch yourself this summer try a Yoga Class, it will free your mind.
4. CPR & First Aid Class
If you want to get prepared to help in an emergency, a good class to take this summer is a CPR or First Aid Class. These classes are offered by your local Red Cross, YMCA and online. Take an opportunity this summer to learn new skills, become certified or retrain so you are confident and ready to assist in an emergency situation. You will be taught how to access an accident victim, resuscitation techniques, plus working with infants, children and adults.
5. Defensive Driving Class
If you are looking for a way to lower your auto insurance rates and improve your driving skills, a defensive driving class may be the answer for you this summer. Defensive driving classes will refresh your knowledge of the rules of the road and your state’s highway laws. Some classes are taught online, while others include classroom training and in-car driving lessons. Check with the motor vehicle department of your state to find out what they offer. The AARP also offers an AARP Smart Driver™ 6-Hour Online Course. Most courses provide you with a certification of completion that you can provide to your insurance company for a rate reduction. You should double check with your insurance company to confirm if there are other requirements for a rate reduction in your state.
6. Bartending Class
If you want to do something that is not as intense as a CPR class or a Defensive driving class, you may enjoy learning how to make some great virgin and alcoholic cocktails for summer fun. Whether you are looking for some part-time income as a bartender or just want to be mixologist at your family gatherings, a bartending class may be for you. Classes are available online and onsite and some come with a certification of completion. You can learn about glassware usage, making and decorating cocktails plus communication signals. Some class organizers even assist you with finding local bartending jobs.
7. Beer Brewing Class
Finally, if you are a beer drinker, how can summer be fun without some great beer. If you are a Do-It-Yourself ( DIY) type personality, then you should consider brewing your own beer and inviting friends over for a small tasting party. A beer brewing class will teach you fundamentals and techniques of various beer-brewing methods. You will learn about equipment, ingredients and the process of making beer on your kitchen stovetop. Classes are available online and onsite. Onsite classes allow you to not only get hands-on experience but also to take home some of the beer you make.