Attend a wellness-related class (fitness, cooking, sleep, substance abuse, stress management, nutrition, strength and conditioning). You can attend a class virtually online or in person. Draft a creative project summarizing your experience in the class. Please follow all CDC, state, federal and local government guidelines for current safe practices if you choose to do an in-person class.Important points to include in your submission for full credit:1. Include the name, location and description of the class you took. (If it is an online class, discuss the location of the organization and/or location of the class where it originated.) You need to include the name and contact info of the instructor for the class (so that I can verify your attendance). If it is an online class, you must submit some sort of screen shot to show you completed the class.Discuss how participating in such classes on a regular basis may help you avoid unnecessary health care costs associated with disease. May include classes at a gym, Weight Watchers class, healthy cooking class, tobacco cessation class, etc. Check with your health care provider and local community center for free in person or virtual classes. Many gyms or fitness studios offer online fitness classes or a free day passes that you can use to take a fitness class. Must include contact name and email of instructor, as well as the phone number and name of the facility for me to contact in order to verify your attendance.2. The summary/reflection must include ways to improve your habits utilizing topics discussed in modules. Discuss which of the “9 Dimensions of Wellness” you learned about in the class you chose to attend for this assignment. Within the FIRST paragraph, include the name of the facility (and the instructor’s name) where the class took place. As with all college level work, the essay portion of written submissions must be at least 5 indented full paragraphs (typed, 12 point Times New Roman font, double spaced lines within the body of the written content, APA style). Also standard for college level essays, the Works Cited page must be on a separate page than the essay. The line spacing for the Works Cited page must follow APA style Works Cited page guidelines.