The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton will offer several community education classes throughout the holiday season. These classes are low cost with convenient short hours that work around a busy schedule.

Flow Yoga, led by instructor Jaymie Leigh Thomas, can be practiced by anyone, regardless of age or flexibility. The classes involve linking several poses together to build strength, flexibility, endurance and balance, moving toward progression gradually. Flow Yoga is held weekly in the evenings at the UACCM Health and Fitness Building for $25 per month. Class dates vary around the holidays to accommodate schedules of participants.

Christmas Crafting, led by instructor Mandy Voliva, will be offered Tuesday, Nov. 27, from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at the Community Education Center in Morrilton. The cost is $30 and includes three “ready-to-gift” projects for the holidays. Participants will learn how to create high impact, low cost gifts while enjoying cocoa and cookies in a relaxed atmosphere. Space is limited, and registration is open until Nov. 20.

Join Officer Bryan Risner for Self Defense for the Holidays on Dec. 1 from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m at the Community Education Center. During the class, participants will learn a combination of strikes, low kicks, and common pressure points. They will also practice breaking away from various grabs and holds and learn to use simple self-defense weapons effectively. The cost is $35, and registration is open until Nov. 28.

To register for community education classes, visit and select “Community Education” from the drop down menu. Registration can also be done in person at the UACCM Community Education Center, located at 600 North Saint Joseph Street in Morrilton. For more information, contact Stephanie Ellis by phone at 501-215-4898 or by email at


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