Weekly Classes (See Below for Event Listings)



730-9pm, July 11th-August 1st

Award-winning choreographer and renowned professional dancer, Kwame Shaka Opare offers this weekly class for all those wanting  to learn and acquire clarity in the practice of West African dance. Participants will experience energetic yet  detailed  instruction trough a sequential  development of  combinations and movements across the floor! 
Live music accompaniment
Introductory Fee : $10






3rd Thursday

7 pm Singing Circle with Lea Gilmore                                                                             

Healing In Community with Lea Gilmore

   Song lives in us all and is a part of our everyday lives in more ways than we realize. For centuries, people have used singing as a coping mechanism and healing tool, including Africans during the Middle Passage and Native Americans during the journey on the Trail of Tears. A pilot study published in the British Journal of Nursing found that singing contributes to reduction in the anxiety and depression that many patients experience following a major surgery and is worth prescribing before antidepressants. The Community Sings Listening Circles brings people of all ages and skill levels together to create beautiful music… no experience is necessary. The only prerequisite is a love of music and song!

   Our presenter, Lea Gilmore, is a blues, gospel and jazz singing civic activist who has lent her voice, literally and figuratively, to advocacy for the under served of the world and made a huge difference. Lea was chosen by ESSENCE MAGAZINE as one of “25 Women Shaping the World.” A former deputy director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland and Program Director for the Association of Baltimore Area Grant Makers, in addition Ms. Gilmore has testified before local, state and federal commissions on issues ranging from immigration laws to the civil rights and liberties of women of color.
   A native of Baltimore, Ms. Gilmore has lead concerts, choirs and singing circles around the world.  Suggested Donation: $5




12-1 pm

QiGong with Bridal Pearson

Qigong is an ancient Chinese exercise and healing technique that includes meditation, controlled breathing, mindfulness, and slow breathing. It can also be applied as a martial art. 

Please arrive by 11:45am.  Suggested Donation: $5-10 dollars

Every Other Week


Healing Yoga with Tameka

Begin your fall self care routine starting Sept 8th with Healing Yoga with Tameka Gray. 
Tameka’s Vinyasa mixed with Hatha yoga is perfect for families and beginners and includes an introduction to meditation. Focusing on proper alignment and breath the Vinyasa practice brings awareness to our ability to flow through life with strength and grace while Hatha helps to maintain awareness of breath. Through exploration of these self-healing technologies we create a safe environment where the heart can heal and open up again to give and receive love; love of self and community. Students leave feeling stressless and capable of taking on the day with grace. 

Come dressed in your most comfortable yoga gear and bring you yoga mat and towel or one may be provided. 



6 week series: September 8th – October 13th 

$30 if paid in full via PayPal by September 7th. That’s just $5 per class!!! Pay Here

$7 drop-in. 

Time: 8:00 am 

About Tameka:

Tameka is a passionate 200 hr Registered Yoga Teacher helping single parents find peace and harmony through meditation and yoga. Tameka’s unique yoga practice focuses on awareness of beneficial breath through meditation leading to a Vinyasa that is full of modifications for beginners and those beginning again. Beginners love Tameka’s teaching style because she is authentically attentive and fun creating an ideal environment for exploration and relaxation. She teaches private lessons and also partners with schools and communities teaching beginner yoga flows and daily meditation practices that specifically address the trauma involved in single-parent households.

A single mom that worked in corporate America for over a decade Tameka understands the stress that working single parents face and imparts wisdom on how peace and harmony can be found right now in our daily lives. Creating an environment conducive to self-awareness where peace blossoms, purpose is uncovered leading to a feeling of fulfillment, and harmony with self and the world. Stress is decreased and self-love is increased.

Tameka also consults organizations on how to incorporate yoga into their current program to aid individuals in finding a safe-place for self-nourishment, which arouses a healthier life and community. She emphasizes the importance of showing yoga to communities that have experienced trauma in order to revive healing.

In her free time Tameka enjoys focusing on other ways to stay healthy. She became a certified health specialist in 2005 and consults individuals on healthier eating habits along with herbal remedies naturally fighting allergies and the common cold.

Tameka is focused on giving students the necessary tools to create a personal meditation and yoga practice that will encourage a peaceful and harmonious life in spite of challenges.



11:30 -12:30 pm

Healing in CommUNITY Yoga w/Michelle Stafford

All ages are welcomed to this mixed level class. The focus will be on doing yoga postures

in a fun and inclusive environment

to upbeat and then calming music of all genres.

Free​: Donations Accepted

August 12-September 2, 2018




Image may contain: 1 person, textCuban Dance 1-2pm

Time: from 1-3 pm. 
RSVP: admin@livewellbemore.com (Salsa Dance In subject)

Anyone interested in learning Cuban Salsa, correctly referred as Casino, that can be done one on one with a partner or in a “rueda” (spanish term meaning wheel) with a group of people which takes the enjoyment of this dance to another level…….. You will be taught the most basic and fundamental elements, principles and moves of the dance, musicality along with important cultural aspects of Cuban music and dance. Learning Cuban Style will also help you be able to adapt to any style of salsa and will give you exposure on how to dance Son and Cha Cha Cha…….. Don’t miss out on the wonderful opportunity to learn something new and different at one of the best venues and hidden gems in Charm City!!!!!!







Upcoming Events:

The Living Well uses indigenous healing technologies such as Yoga, Qigong, and Dance as a way to heal from stress and trauma.


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Stay Chiseled Presents: Litness the Ultimate Fitness Day Party

Image may contain: 2 people, textSunday, August 19th at 3:30 PM – 8 PM













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Sunday, August 26th

Flowing River Healing: An awakening of feminine divine power: 
In this offering, women of color will explore how we can use the tools of mindfulness, visualization and sacred movement to unleash and amplify our magic! When we bring our magic to the forefront, nothing is beyond our reach!

In this 90 minute introductory workshop, women will:

Explore and unleash emotional blockages 
Tap into our inner power
Cultivate healing technologies for self-care and resiliency
Awaken the feminine goodness within

Cost: $15

About the facilitator Kenyatta (Kenni) Moon:

For over sixteen years, Kenyatta Macon-Moon has been enriching the lives of children, parents, educators, and community members with her message of holistic learning, peace and universal compassion. Kenyatta graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. degree in Human Growth & Development/Early Childhood Education from Sojourner-Douglass College and received her diploma as a Montessori Instructor from the North American Montessori Center. She is a trained Malenga through the School of Heaven and Earth in Martial Arts & Healing Systems, Bando Yoga, and The 7-Levels of Mindful Living System and is a Master Level Reiki practitioner. She is also a member of New Era Dance Company, Hiram Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star, IFITI Traditional Spiritual and Cultural House, and was a founding member of the Blue Black Magical Woman’s Rites Program as well as a mentor in the Sun Sistas Girls’ Rites Program. In addition to her work in these organizations, Kenyatta is the founder of Flowing River Yoga, a mindfulness, meditation and healing movement arts practice, and was a student of traditional healing and meditation in the M’tam School of the Earth Center. She is the founder of Nsoroma Academy for Holistic Thought, Nsoroma Holistic Daycare and her newest offering, Holistic Living by Keny Moon©, a program that she has shared with the public as a weekly drive-time segment on WEAA’s First Edition. Kenyatta is also a writer, public speaker, workshop facilitator, mentor, initiated Osun Priestess and devotee, and a proud mother of two beautiful daughters.


Image may contain: one or more people and textVibrate Higher – Spiritual Arts Expo

Sunday, September 16th, 11-6pm

Thank you for your interest in Vibrate Higher…Spiritual Arts Expo. 
Our team is so excited!
Vibrate Higher Expo will bring together people, ideas, products and possibility over a jam-packed afternoon to feast the mind and body and deepen our connection to Spirit.

Think … Dynamic Workshops, Inspiring and Informative Lectures, Amazing Vendors, Delicious Food and Networking with like-minded souls.

Featuring local teachers and healers in the arts of :

Astrology, Crystals, Reiki Healing, Spiritual Readings, Massage, Psychics, Spirit Art, Tarot, Sacred Herbology, Chakra Balancing, Energy Work, Natural Healing Products and so much more!
All for $25!

If you are interested in Exhibiting, Advertising, Sponsorship, Speaking, being added to our mailing list; or if you have any questions or suggestions, please send us an email at flourishbaltimore@gmail.com

Thank you! Look forward to connecting with you!