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What's your yoga style?

Yoga has become a very popular exercise today, especially for women. There are yoga classes, magazines, books, instructional videotapes, and DVDs everywhere! In order to choose the right yoga style, it is important for beginners to know what to expect.

   

COM course addresses life relationships

According to its instructor Francine Lowell, COM 3200 interpersonal communication, is a course about relationships—with yourself and with others. The course aims to help students identify their communication problems—what they do that doesn’t work, what they can do that will work, and how to develop skills needed to improve their relationships with others.

   

Blood saves lives

It isn’t everyday you can do something to save someone’s life.  This year, more than four million Americans will need a blood transfusion to survive illness or injury. That blood has to come from somewhere; it comes from people who donate it. The people who need blood come in all ages and from all ethnic groups and economic walks of life. They require transfusions to replace blood they’ve lost during surgery, because of accidents or internal bleeding, and to treat diseases.

   

Wing-Chun: A new way of life

Some students at Hawai‘i Pacific University have found a new way to eliminate their daily stress. And it’s not by going to the beach or the movies! Steven Zeigler and his Honolulu Wing-Chun Club have offered them something that not only relaxes them, but also teaches them a form of self-defense.

   
   

 

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