January 22, 2018

Archives for October 2014

Brigitte Mars Teaches Healing with Herbs

Brigitte Mars is an herbalist from Boulder, Colorado, with over 40 years’ experience in natural lifestyles. She is one of the nation’s experts on natural lifestyles and herbal healing.  Brigitte lived for two and a half years, on wild edible plants while living in a tipi in the Ozarks in the early seventies–she definitely lives […]

Innovation is a Key to Success by Glenn Bott

Twenty years ago patents were a necessity. A patent protected your ingenuity and gave you a market advantage. Patents were created to nurture innovation and reward a company for investing their money to develop new ideas/products. This was back in an age when the barriers to market entry were relatively high, and innovation was for […]

Tips for Traveling Cheap & Getting the Most Out Your Experience

CFU classes help ensure that you can find the means to travel cheap and maximize your experience. On Saturday, 11/1/14 we offer three opportunities to satisfy your wanderlust.  In So You Want to Work Overseas (#3140BE) Laura Lewandoski shows you how to find work opportunities in other countries.  No better way to get to know […]

Find Prosperity with Paul Mladjenovic

Paul Mladjenovic calls himself a “raving capitalist”.  Having immigrated to the U.S. from Poland as a child, he cherishes the opportunities that we have in this country to take control of our own financial destinies.  He offers a range of classes that help people create both active and passive income–through work and through investments.  A […]

Congratulations to New Mediators!

Congratulations to our latest group of students finishing up the 40 hour mediation training this afternoon! They are all ready to go and start internships to begin putting all their training into practice. The next 40-hour mediation training will be held in April 2015. We are just now setting the dates, so mark your calendar […]

International Vegetarian–All Vegan Party & Entertaining Food!

It can be challenging to host parties and to think up vegan dishes beyond guacamole and chips and salsa for your vegan guests (or for your vegan self!). Come get a slew of new ideas and tasty vegan recipes to whip up for your guests the next time you are entertaining in the November 8, […]

The Outgoing Tide by Bruce Graham is showing in CFU’s John Hand Theater

The powerful  drama THE OUTGOING TIDE is showing in the wonderful, intimate John Hand Theater in our Lowry building.  This is a story of an aging man who wants to take control of his destiny while he’s still able, and the family dynamics surrounding his desire.  This is a very real story–one that we’re all […]

Spirit Communication with Karen Storsteen

Have you been curious about psychic phenomena and medium communication?  Learn about communication with the spirit world, experience a short reading from Karen Storsteen and develop your own psychic skills. Karen, M.S., M.A.  has unique innate gifts and is a psychic-medium, psychotherapist and executive coach. She is educated in the fields of psychology, management and […]

Get Your Art On! Fall Art Classes

CFU is the  place to develop your creativity, explore a talent, or just make something beautiful, and we’ve got lots of art classes this fall to let your imagination run wild.  Our instructors love their crafts and generously offer students guidance, encouragement, and skills to expand their creative capacity. We have a little bit of […]

Steve Veltkamp makes an entrance like no other!

Steve is a rare man in many ways.  He is a kind, compassionate person who has a wealth of information and tips to share.  In everything he does, he strives to bring good things into the world.  Today he drove up to CFU, after driving from Seattle, in what he has named “Jeepney”  Join one […]