The Living Well is a Living Arts studio devoted to soulful expression, conscious expansion and optimal wellness.  We invite you to drop by the urban santuary and take some time for yourself.  You will find a full menu of activities and events on our calendar.  If you are interested in hosting an event, click here.

Tuesday
Jul012014

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Thursday
May222014

Eliminating Institutional Racism - Potluck Dinner Strategy Session

Join us for a potluck dinner to develop accountable leadership among community organizers for the purpose of eliminating racism and creating a more equitable society. We will explore strategies to build the capacity of leaders and communities to identify all forms of racial oppression and implement initiatives at a grassroots level to build collective power for equity.

Date: Thursday, May 22, 2014

Time: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Monday
Apr282014

The Make-Up Bar! 

It's happening...The Make-Up Bar!

We have teamed up with Accessmatized to offer our version of Happy Hour. Come in, get your make-up done by Make Up Artist Takia Ross, and enjoy free drinks and desserts. Schedule an appointment 443.312.9524 or just walk-in. You pay for your make-up services, everything else is on the house! Music, Drinks, Food, and Fun...

When: Friday - May 2nd and May 9th

Time: 4pm - 8 pm

 


Monday
Apr282014

The Living Room Concert Series FEAT Federico Gonzalez Pena


Peña was born in Montevideo, Uruguay and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His first piano was left to him by his grandmother, an accomplished pianist and organist. After two years with a local teacher, his parents saw that Peña had a talent and sent him to renowned classical pianist Antonio De Raco, with whom Peña spent seven fruitful years. Feeling constrained by the rigidity of classical music, Peña began to branch out and play recording sessions with many of the finest musicians in Buenos Aires, though he was still just a teenager. He began exploring other styles of music like the funk of Earth Wind & Fire, the classic prog rock of Rush and Genesis, as well as the jazz-rock fusion of Jean-Luc Ponty and Herbie Hancock.

In 1984, at 18-years old, Peña made the move to the States, attending the Berklee College of Music for one year before settling in Washington, D.C. He landed gigs with the city's best go-go bands and began to spread his wings from there. His skills on both the acoustic piano and electric keys have led to tours and recordings with some of the world's most accomplished artists.

Monday
Apr282014

Optimal Wellness