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Kohler Schools introduces new New
lights on school
elementary staff
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Some new faces greeted Kohler Schools students as they headed back to class on September 1. The September 1 issue of The Kohler Villager
featured new high school teachers. Below are the elementary teachers.

Jordan Scheuren

My name is Jordan Scheuren. I


grew up in the village of Kohler
and graduated from Kohler Public Schools. After high school I
attended Marian University then
transferred to Lakeland College
where I graduated with a bachelors degree in Early Childhood
(pre-k through 6th grade). During
my last semester of college I returned back to Kohler Elementary
School for my student teaching,
which was an absolute honor and
wonderful experience. This past
school year I taught at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton in Sheboygan as
a rst grade teacher. It has been a
dream of mine to return back to
Kohler as a full-time elementary teacher, because Kohler Public Schools provide high-quality
teachers that are engaging, motivating, and ensure success for all
of their students, which is huge
part of my teaching philosophy. I
do not just say that because it is
part of the school mission statement, but because I have experienced these qualities as a student
and student teacher. It will be an
absolute honor to be a part of the
Kohler Public Schools community
again, but as a third grade teacher
this time around.

Michael Retzinger

Hello, my name is Michael


Retzinger and I have been a
speech and language pathologist
since receiving my Masters Degree in Communicative Disorders
from the University of Wisconsin
River Falls in 1977.
I have extensive training, experience and aptitude for working
successfully to develop communication skills with non-verbal children and children presenting with
a wide range of speech disorders
in the areas of articulation, receptive and expressive language,
voice & uency.
I have worked in various elementary, middle, and high school
public school settings, out-patient
pediatric clinical settings and a
private practice setting.
I believe strongly in working
with parents and professional sta
in developing practical IEP goals
and implementing plans that insure a positive outcome for the
child in the school setting.
My greatest strength is building, establishing and broadening
positive therapeutic relationships
with the communicatively challenged student and working as a
team member to help my students
reach their communication skill
potential. I am pumped to be the
speech and language therapist for
the Kohler Public School District!

James Lautenschlaeger

Hello Everyone. My name is


James Lautenschlaeger. Most of
the students and sta at Kohler
call me Mr. L. while substitute
teaching the past two years. My
new position will be the Kohler
School District Library/Media
Specialist. I enjoy working with
students and sta in the Kohler Library. My belief is that every student should be valued and treated
with respect.
I grew up in New Holstein, WI.
After high school, I graduated
from UW-Stevens Point with a
Sports Medicine/Physical Education degree. I taught in Milwaukee Public Schools and Mayville
School District. After being a stayat-home dad, I have been working
on my Graduate Degree in Library
Science at UW- Whitewater.
My wife and I live in Belgium,
WI. We have one daughter and
three sons. Our family is very active in soccer, basketball, baseball,
shing, and running. I spend my
free time using technology and
reading.
I look forward to getting to
know all of you this school year!

Rikki Bruggink

My name is Mrs. Rikki Bruggink, and I am very excited to be


joining Kohler School District as
a new 3rd grade teacher! I come
to Kohler from the Oshkosh Area
School District where I taught 4th
grade for two years. I have also
previously done some short term
teaching in dierent parts of Africa. I graduated from University of
Wisconsin-Oshkosh in 2013 with
a bachelors degree in Elementary
Education. My husband and I currently live in Mt. Calvary with our
two dogs, Reggie and Turbo, and
our cat, Gizmo. On my free time
I enjoy being outdoors, shing,
horseback riding, and playing with
our dogs. I am looking forward to
getting to know the sta, students
and family at Kohler School District!

drivers to slow
down

As Kohler Schools starts a new


year, drivers should watch for
school buses with ashing amber
and red lights. The amber lights
will ash rst as a warning that
the bus is preparing to stop, similar to a trac light. Drivers should
slow down when they see the amber lights. When the lights turn red
and a red stop sign on the bus is
activated, vehicles should come to
a stop. Be aware it is against the
law to not stop for a stopped bus.
The four amber lights (two in
front and two in back) were added to the existing four red light
system in 1968 by the Federal
Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.
While many states adopted the
eight-light system during the
1970s-80s, Wisconsins adoption didnt take eect until August 16, 2016. A demonstration
video prepared by the Wisconsin Department of transportation
can be viewed on YouTube at:
youtu.be/lIpXv7ChbKk.

Homecoming set for Friday,


September 23
The Homecoming game and
parade will take place on Friday,
September 23. The parade begins
at 2:45 p.m. The football team

takes on Ozaukee at 7:00 p.m.


The Homecoming dance takes
place on Saturday, September 24
from 8:00-11:00 p.m.

Municipal Court partners with Department of Revenue to collect forfeitures

Municipal Court Clerks Megan Marver and Caroline Fortin.

SHEBOYGAN, WI On Wednesday, August 31, 2016, the City


of Sheboygan/Village of Kohler
Municipal Court clerks prepared
4,277 letters to send to defendants
who owe money to the court for
unpaid forfeitures as a result of
ordinance violations. These letters inform defendants of a new
partnership between the municipal court and the State Debt Collection program (SDC), a part

of the Wisconsin Department of


Revenue, to collect past due forfeitures. Defendants are being
notied that they have 30 days to
pay their forfeitures before more
aggressive collection methods
will be employed. If a defendant
does not contact the court to satisfy their judgement within 30 days,
they may be faced with a 15% surcharge or a minimum of $35 paid
to SDC in addition to their forfei-

tures. Banks may also charge a fee


to levy funds from defendant bank
accounts. SDC is a State-run collection authority in which the fees
are passed back to the defendant
instead of the municipality. You
can read more about SDC on the
DOR website: revenue.wi.gov/
html/debtcoll.html.
Municipal Court Judge, Natasha L. Torry, learned about SDC,
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Municipal Court
continued from page 1

which was enacted by legislature


in 2009, during a judicial conference in La Crosse last month, and
she is now implementing the program at her court to increase compliance with court orders. Judge
Torry was impressed to hear of
municipalities that tripled their
forfeiture collection after partaking in the SDC program and is
hopeful for similar results here.
Currently, there is $2,381,906
in past due forfeitures due to the
court. SDC is equipped to collect forfeitures by levying bank
accounts, garnishing wages, and
executing tax intercepts. This new
partnership will enable the City
of Sheboygan/Village of Kohler
Municipal Court to collect previously uncollectable forfeitures
dating back to the start of the
court. Previously, the court could
only garnish wages if a defendant
voluntarily provided their social
security number and employer information.
To avoid referral to the SDC,
defendants are encouraged to contact the court to arrange to pay past
due forfeitures immediately. For
more information, please call 920459-0212 or visit the municipal
court website: sheboyganwi.gov/
departments/municipal-court/ .
The City of Sheboygan/Village of Kohler Municipal Court
was formed in 2006 to oversee
non-criminal trac and ordinance
violations. The mission of the
court is to provide access to justice
to the people of the City of Sheboygan and the Village and Kohler
in a timely and cost-eective manner. Municipal Court Judge, Natasha L. Torry, was elected April 7,
2015 and began her 4-year term
on May 1, 2015. Judge Torry is a
2001 graduate of the University of
Wisconsin Law School. She is past
president of the Sheboygan County Bar Association, past chair for
the Supreme Court of Wisconsin
Oce of Lawyer Regulation District IV Committee, and currently
serves on the State Bar of Wisconsin Public Relations Committee.
Court Clerk, Caroline Fortin, has
been with the court for 10 years.
Ms. Fortin received her Bachelor degree in Civil Law from the
University Ottawa in 1993. Megan
Marver is a 2016 graduate of the
paralegal program at Lakeshore
Technical College.
For more information on the municipal court, visit the municipal
court website: sheboyganwi.gov/
departments/municipal-court/.

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perform a free recital at the Waelderhaus next month. The event is
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no tickets are necessary. (Suggested donation of $5 at the door helps
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Alicia Storin began playing cello at the age of 10 with the public school music program in her
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the faculty at both the Waukesha
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A Sheboygan-area native, Johanna Schilling graduated with
a bachelors degree in piano performance from Houghton College
in western New York in 2010.
She received her Master of Music degree in piano performance
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and currently as an Associate Lecturer in Piano at UWM. She is also
the accompanist for the Lakeshore
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piano privately and at St. Robert
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or performing music, she enjoys
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tours, free of charge.
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group tour of the facility during
the week, please contact The
Waelderhaus Manager at (920)
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From left: Gerald Allison, David Kohler, Laura Kohler, Herbert Kohler.

Woodlake Market hosted a cake cutting


ceremony and champagne toast at noon on
September 13 to commemorate the grocery
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Bright Program Seeks Volunteer
Support for 2016 Show
SHEBOYGAN, WI September
12, 2016 The Making Spirits
Bright Steering Committee is
looking for businesses and organizations to volunteer their time
to assist with setting up and taking
down the holiday lights show presented in Evergreen Park. Making Spirits Bright needs teams of
10-20 individuals to work on the
weekends leading up to the holiday event to help with the installation of the many temporary light
displays that populate the park. A
similar eort will be required of
teams to participate in the disassembly eort in January.
The volunteer teams will perform scheduled activities that can
be tailored to a groups abilities.
Activities may include lifting,
assembling, or providing light

electrical work. Volunteer teams


should provide a Team Leader
who will receive direction from
the Making Spirits Bright design
team. Teams are needed to begin
the set up process on weekends
in October and November and for
the rst two weekends of January
to take down the event displays.
All participating teams will receive mention in the published
event booklet.
Making Spirits Bright is entering its fth year of providing
this unique holiday event. The
drive-through holiday lights
show is staged in Sheboygans
Evergreen Park, running during
evening hours in November and
December 2016. The Making
Spirits Bright presentation is a
service project of the three Rota-

ry Clubs of Sheboygan County,


initiated to collect pantry items
for the Sheboygan County Food
Bank and to provide an exciting,
aordable and quality family
event. For more information, visit
makingspiritsbright.com.
In 2015, over 700 volunteers
from area businesses, churches,
and organizations assisted in all
aspects of organizing and staging
this event. More than 21,000 vehicles entered the park and pantry item donations totaled 73,000
pounds, resulting in a ve-month
supply for the Sheboygan County
Food Bank.
Organizations interested in participating should contact Gerry
Plehn at (920) 234-2292 by September 26.

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THE KOHLER VILLAGER

SEPTEMBER 15, 2016 | THE KOHLER VILLAGER

Montessori Children's
House Preschool

Upcoming CMS Events


MOONLIGHT

Family owned and operated since 1994

Enroll Now
for Fall 2016

Madness Sale
Wednesday, September 21
Shop till you drop on this special
evening in Sheboygan Falls with
extended hours and bargains!

Infant (6 wks.), toddler, 3-6 preschool,


Kindergarten classes & Kinder class
(Before and a er school care available)
Montessori cer ed & early childhood educated teachers

Call for a tour!


920-458-0510
Free the childs poten al, and you will
transform him into the world.

Dr. Maria Montessori (Italy)


Montessori Charter School
grades 1-6 now available!

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Thursday, September 29
5:30-8:30 p.m.
The Heritage House at The Bull
Join us at The Bull for food samplings
from local restaurants providing a
unique Taste of Falls. Your ticket
includes full access food and wine/beer
beer tasting
along with live music by Dead Wood Chop.
Tickets at Bemis Bath Shoppe, Blattners Piggly Wiggly,
Chamber-Main Street Office
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Each ticket includes one BUCKET RAFFLE ticket

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Thursday, October 20
5:00-9:00 p.m.
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and pink carnation
Go Wild with Chocolate. In-store specials &
drawings, dinner & drink specials, salon services,
demos & treats. Think Pink Raffle proceeds to benefit
Sheboygan County Cancer Care fund with $6,500
donated to date. Tickets available at the CMS office.

(920) 876-4020

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Professional interior & exterior painting & staining

Follow us on Facebook:
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www.sheboyganfalls.org

New Kohler Public Library Video is Published


Village of Kohler, WI - Kohler
Public Library Director Erin Coppersmith announces the publication of a new video presenting the
librarys commitment to universal
literacy and lifelong learning.
Sponsored by Kohler Credit
Union, and designed by Celebrate
Libraries of Pewaukee, WI, the
video highlights contemporary
and historic imagery of the village
and public library.
The recently refurbished library
features new lighting and seating
arrangements which reect current assessments about independent work as well as collaborative

studying.
Kohler Public Library, a member of Eastern Shores Library System, is located at 333 Upper Road
and shares space and resources
with the Library Media Center in
Kohlers K-12 public school. This
arrangement provides the school
district with access to millions of
books, audio and ebooks, videos,
music, databases, and technologies.
Because Kohler Public Library
is an Eastern Shores member,
many requested library materials
are delivered to our community library within 24 hours, according

to Director Coppersmith. This


gives us access to an entire library
systems database and provides
for the students a world-class
learning center.
To view the Kohler Public
Library video, visit
celebratelibraries.com/kohlerpublic-library-kohler--wi.html.
Celebrate Libraries is a Pewaukee, WI business specializing in the design and production
of library videos. The two minute videos are described as brochures-in-motion.

Reiki
Reiki is a Japanese form of deep relaxation and stress reduction, which
also promotes healing. All Reiki sessions include:
Scan for Low-Energy Areas of the Body
Balance Energy Centers
Why Low-Energy Has Developed
Suggestions for Maintaining High-Energy
Member International Association of Reiki Professionals

920-457-9543
Located at Intentions in The Shops at Woodlake
www.HandsOnHealingEnergy.com
Info@HandsOnHealingEnergy.com

THE KOHLER VILLAGER

SEPTEMBER 15, 2016 | THE KOHLER VILLAGER

Kohler Food & Wine Experience


October 20 - 23, 2016
Tickets are now on sale for the 16th
annual Kohler Food & Wine Experience
a four-day extravaganza of food, wine
and fun. There are more than 100 ticketed
events including dynamic culinary
seminars, cooking demonstrations, grand
tastings and stylish signature soirees set
at the resorts captivating venues and at
the expansive Stella Artois Main Stage
tent. Tickets do sell quickly and guests
are encouraged to book reservations early.
Order individual event tickets online at www.KohleratHome.com or by calling 1-866-243-8548. Please
note, ticket orders will not be fullled until the week of September 12, 2016.

The Horse & Plow


Huddle Radio Show to
Air Live from Kohler
Football season is back. ESPN
Wisconsin and Destination
Kohler present The Horse &
Plow Huddle broadcasting live
from The Horse & Plow on
Mondays from 6-7pm.
Score yourself a seat as ESPN
Radio Sports Hosts Homer
and Gabe break down the
action each week with a former
or current Packer player
including Mark Tauscher who is
set to make guest appearances.
The show will be broadcast

live throughout the dining room


of the historic taproom. Stick
around after the show, and enjoy
Monday night football and drink
specials.
Stay current with every episode
of the show by listening to the
podcast at espnwisconsin.com.
The show will continue airing
until the end of regular season
football. Schedule, hosts and
players subject to change. For
more information call
920-457-8000.

Destination Kohler Calendar of Events


Semi-annual Hollyhock Days
Through October 31
Kohler Waters Spa
Enjoy 30% o signature Kohler Waters
Spa Hollyhock Products. Purchase
products in the spa bou que or online at
KohleratHome.com.
Capture Fall Special Oer
Through October 31
Kohler Waters Spa
Enjoy $25 o any 50- or 80- minute services
now through October 31st. To book a
service call 888-974-5431. Some restric ons
apply.
Culinary Skills Class
Thursdays, September 15, 22, 29, 5:30-7pm,
$50
Kitchens of Kohler Demonstra on Kitchen
Take your cooking exper se to the next
level Thursday nights at the Demonstra on
Kitchen. Prep and cook alongside our
culinary experts as they guide you through
topics from knife skills to pasta making.
September 15 Gluten-Free Gourmet
Bring the fun back into your food with
these gluten-free goodies! A hands-on
experience for the gluten-free novice or the
experienced gluten-free cook looking for
some inspira on!
September 22 Ramen DIY
No crunchy noodles and avor packets
here! Learn the art of making ramen noodles from scratch, and how to prepare delicious recipes featuring Japans most ubiquitous noodle.
September 29 Tapas Party
Eat your way through sunny Spain as you
celebrate this colorful, avor-packed cuisine
with small plates! Learn to create a unique
menu for friends and family with this handson experience.
Mini Mulligans
Various Dates, 1-3pm, $20
Kohler Swing Studio & Golf Shop
The Mini Mulligans Program is a great
introduc on to a variety of games oered
at the Kohler Swing Studio, located in
The Shops at Woodlake Kohler, which is
open year-round. The games oer a fun
and interac ve way to prac ce golf skills.
Available to Juniors ages 4-13. $20 per child
per session / $90 per child for all sessions.
Available Games: 3 Mini Golf Courses,
Skee Ball, Four-Hole Par 3 Compe on,
Obstacle Course, Short Game Challenge,
Water Challenge. To register and for more
informa on contact Andrew Cain, PGA
Professional/Store Coordinator, Kohler
Swing Studio & Golf Shop at 920-2084668 and Andrew.Cain@kohler.com
Mini Mulligans Program 2016 Schedule:
Sunday, Sept 18 Big Screen Movie &
Games (Free)
Woodlake Market 30th Anniversary
Specials
Through September 18
Woodlake Market
Woodlake Market celebrates its 30th

anniversary with special events, throwback


prices, and live music. Anniversary week
highlights include Gallo Wines & Beer Garden, Woodlake Market on the Grill, Boars
Head Hotdog Cart, Vendor Fair, Variety Car
Show, Bounce Houses, Face Pain ng, and
more. Visitors will enjoy live entertainment
by the following local acts: Ryan Kautzer
Polka Band, The Big Life Roots Rock Band
and The Heather Macy Jazz & Pop Quartet. Shoppers will nd daily special prices
throughout the store. For a complete list of
in-store events, visit WoodlakeMarket.com,
stop-in the store for a yer or call Woodlake
Market at 920-457-6570.
Chefs Table Dinner Series
Fridays, Various Dates, 6-8pm, $60 per
person / $79 with beverage pairings
Kitchens of Kohler Demonstra on Kitchen
Join us in Des na on Kohler for the
rst of its kind, Chefs Table Dinner
Series. Delight in a 3-course dinner
demonstrated, prepared and served by
a featured Des na on Kohler chef in the
Demonstra on Kitchen. Chefs will be
showcasing their best and favorite dishes
for this exclusive event and showing you
how they make it all come together. Space is
limited to keep the experience in mate, so
make sure to reserve your seat at the table
soon. Reserve your spot and view menus at
KohlerAtHome.com.
Schedule of upcoming Chefs Table Dinners:
Friday, September 16 - Viva La Vegetarians!
Friday, September 23 - An Evening in Barcelona
Friday, September 30 - California Dreamin
Back to School Makeup Event
Thursday, September 22, 4-8pm, $25
Kohler Waters Spa
Take me for yourself and join us as we
partner with na onal educators Alicia and
Edgar from Jane Iredale to transform your
makeup to the perfect back to school look.
Learn new ps and tricks on the latest fall
trends. $25 per person includes a 25-minute
consulta on and a $25 credit to use towards
any Jane Iredale purchase of $50 or more.
Space is limited. Advance reserva ons required. Please contact Megan Homann at
920-451-2160 or
megan.homann@kohler.com to reserve
your appointment. Registra on fee is
non-refundable and non-transferable for
special events. A 24 hour cancella on noce is required for all reserva ons to avoid
being charged in full for event fee. Access
to full spa facili es is not available to event
a endees.
Kids Cooking Classes
Saturday, September 24
Kitchens of Kohler Demonstra on Kitchen
10-11:30am (Junior Chef Classes Ages 6-8,
$45)
2:30-5pm (Senior Chef Classes Ages 9-14,
$65)
Start your aspiring chef on the path to becoming a gourmet with Kids Cooking Camp.
Located at the Demonstra on Kitchen, each
hands-on class challenges kids to mix, mea-

sure, bake and cook their way to a complete


meal.
Junior Chef Classes - Ages 6-8: A Breakfast
of Champions
These classes will teach you all about mixing, measuring, kitchen safety, how to read
and follow recipes, and we will probably get
a li le messy, so you might want to wear
some clothes you wouldnt mind ge ng a
li le dirty! This class is a drop-o class but
parents are welcome to stay in the recepon area.
Senior Chef Classes - Ages 9-14: Becoming a
Breakfast Master
These classes will teach kitchen safety, cooking and baking techniques, presenta on,
table se ng, basic product knowledge, and
so much more! This class is a drop-o class
So kids only please!
Inten ons Classes held at UW-Sheboygan
Healthy Sleep
Relaxa on expert John M. Oestreicher will
teach you how to fall asleep easily and
quickly. Learn to sleep soundly and release
the endless monkey mind cha er to create
a res ul night. Learn about natural, holis c
and prac cal techniques that help you develop a calm and peaceful mind for longer
and healthier sleep.
Place: UW-Sheboygan; Date: Tue. Sep. 27,
2016; Time: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m; Fee: $44.00,
or Register before Sept. 7th - $39.00
As You Think
This class is about using your thoughts eecvely to create the life you want. You will
learn what the Vibra onal Universe is and
how it works. Learn to recognize why your
life is moving in a certain direc on and how
to change it. Techniques will be given to
apply the power of inten ons and to a ract
what you want in life. Presented by Kohler
Golf Academys Mental Imagery speaker,
John Oestreicher
Place: UW-Sheboygan; Date: Tue. Oct. 4,
2016; Time: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m; Fee: $44.00,
or Register before Sept. 14th - $39.00
Peaceful Warrior
Do you have a short fuse or get into frequent arguments and ghts, have explosive
anger? Relaxa on expert John Oestreicher
will teach you to understand, control and
nd healthier ways to express your anger.
In this class you will learn the early anger
warning signs and ways to cool down quickly. Techniques will be given to respond and
perceive situa ons calmly and eec vely.
Learn a prac cal and holis c approach to
move thru life as the Peaceful Warrior.
Place: UW-Sheboygan; Date: Tue. Oct. 11,
2016; Time: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.; Fee: $44.00,
or Register before Sept. 21th - $39.00
Forever Young
Is it possible to reverse the aging process?
Can we grow younger? In this class you will
learn that is it possible to look, feel and be
younger. John Oestreicher will present an-aging studies and how other cultures have
reversed the aging process. Learn natural,

holis c and prac cal techniques that will


help you tap in to the fountain of youth
that is already within you.
Place: UW-Sheboygan; Date: Tue. Oct. 18,
2016; Time: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.; Fee: $44.00,
or Register before Sept. 28th - $39.00
Chakra Balancing
Learn what a chakra is and how to balance
them. You will be taught an understanding
of their characteris cs to help you in your
daily life. In this class, you will also prac ce
a Chakra Medita on. In addi on, you will
be given a custom visualiza on and breathing exercise based on your chakra scan.
Presented by Reiki/Master Teacher, John
Oestreicher.
Place: UW-Sheboygan; Date: Tue. Oct. 25,
2016; Time: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m; Fee: $44.00,
or Register before Oct. 5th - $39.00
EXHIBIT: SEEING WISCONSIN
ARTspace: A Gallery of the John Michael
Kohler Arts Center
Through October 2
Features the porcelain pieces of Kate Maury
(MN), the detailed studies of Wisconsin
ora and fauna of Joanna Poehlmann (WI)
and the exquisite 22 karat gold jewelry of
Julie Seymour (WI). For more informa on
please call
920-452-8602.
YOGA ON THE LAKE
For a list of classes, informa on, pricing
details and to register call Yoga on the Lake
at
920-453-2817 for more informa on. Yoga
On the Lake oers workshops, special
events and guest instructors throughout the
year.
Soul Sculpt with Jay Burckhardt
Saturday, September 24 10:30am
Soul Sculpt is a high intensity yoga class that
incorporates hand weights & cardio bursts
to burn calories and build lean muscle. Soul
Sculpt is geared for the gym focused yogi
who loves to sweat & jam to music. Regular
priced class.
200 Hour Power Teacher Training
October 5 December 10
Make your light shine brighter than
ever! Embark on an incredible journey
of yoga educa on, self-explora on and
transforma ve wellness. Whether you plan
to teach or not, this program is designed for
self-study and personal growth. The Yoga
on the Lake community will support and
upli you as you follow your own unique
path into teaching. We invite you to join us
and become a cer ed 200-hour Registered
Yoga Teacher (RYT) through Yoga Alliance at
Yoga on the Lake. Enroll now for fall 2016
Yoga Teacher Training! Email ashley.kohler@
kohler.com for more informa on.