Rota MWR Community Classes offers our community the opportunity to learn new skills and to improve existing skills. Learning throughout life is associated with greater satisfaction, optimism and overall a better ability to deal with stress. Have you ever considered the importance of music and learning a new language in ours and our children’s development? According to a study published by the American Psychological Association, playing an instrument as a child keeps the mind sharper as we age. Music making, as well as learning and speaking more than one language is linked to a number of health benefits such as lower blood pressure, decrease heart rate, reduced stress, and lessen anxiety and depression; which overall enhances our body’s immunological response. The same can be said about dance, yoga, arts and crafts! Anything we decide to learn will challenge and stimulate our brains and will improve our well-being...
Rota Community, let’s make "Learning" part of our daily agenda!
Right now our participants have the opportunity to take classes in a variety of fields:
Piano, Guitar, Voice, Kids Music, Spanish, Ballroom, Sevillanas, Dance, Belly Dance, Aikido, Robotics, and Art classes. We offer these classes to a variety of age groups.
See Community Classes schedule in the vaMos! magazine for a more inclusive list of available classes, or browse through this site and call or email Tania with any questions!
To register for classes stop by the Liberty Desk in the Expeditions building #48. Liberty is open 7 days a week for convenient class sign-ups! Mon-Sun 1:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m.
Become an Instructor
Community Classes instructors are military spouses, active duty military members, or local national contractors. Instructing allows them to benefit personally and professionally from integrating with the community. They are compensated for teaching something they enjoy and they make their own schedule based on their availability and our customers' demand.
If you were a violin instructor, tumbling, computer, instructor in the past, for example, and are interested in taking it up again, please contact Tania Dunbar at Community Classes. A class can only be offered when there is a qualified instructor available so consider providing a service for the base community. We’d love to have you joining our team!
For more information about classes or to discuss becoming an instructor, please call 727-1382.