Joshua Wells, Sedona Fire CPR Instructor, will offer Hands Only CPR Training June 14, 1-4:40 p.m. Classes will begin every hour, on the hour, at Kachina Point Health Care Main Dining Room, 505 Jacks Canyon Road in the Village of Oak Creek. Chest Compression Only CPR is a new method of resuscitation developed through extensive research at UA Sarver Heart Center. Continuous aggressive chest compressions to circulate the person’s blood through their brain and heart. No mouth-to-mouth breaths are necessary. “The survival rate among patients whose collapse was witnessed and whose heart was in a shockable rhythm – and who received chest compressions only – was found to be 32 percent, compared to 19 percent in those who received chest compressions plus mouth-to-mouth breathing,” said Gordon A. Ewy, MD, Director, UA Sarver Heart Center.