Weekly Classes

3rd Thursday

7pm Singing Circle 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 majorsurgery 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 underserved 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 Grantmakers, 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


August 25 at 8pm  

ASA with Sumolu 

$15 drop in
$12 in advance

To register in advance:
Pre-register single: https://paypal.me/asawsunmoluwa/12

Description from: http://www.asabodyconditioning.com/ak/about-asa/
What is ASA!?
The premier low-impact workout evolution, an engaging fusion of modern club movements with cultural African energy into an enchantingly upbeat event, a life-changing total body endurance experience!
*Set to the latest tunes in Afrobeat, Azonto, Alkayida, Makossa, and Soukous*
*Infusing the latest and the most classic African mvoements with innovative exercise*
*Routines designed from the mind of a professional dancer and a fitness and rehabilitation specialist*
*Designed to target and enhance cardiorespiratory capacity, dynamic strength, functional stength, and core strength*

6pm Yoga with Michelle Stafford (Starting September 15th)



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.  

Dates: September 2nd/23rd

Suggested Donation: $5-10 dollars


11:30 -12:30pm

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.

Pay Online: $10 for Adults & $4 for Kids, Drop-in: Adults are $15.

Kids ages 6-12 are just $5.  Pay Here





Upcoming Events:

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


Healing In Community

Healing in Community is a transmedia project that brings the power of storytelling and awareness to both the impact of trauma and the use of ancient healing traditions. We believe that the soul must be the center and the core of healing. By using a combination of ancient healing modalities and expressive mediums such as visual arts, music, and physical movement we can create meaningful connections with ourselves and others. Healing the soul of the city is a collective effort of diverse community resources combining efforts to address the long-term impact of Trauma and provide sustainable outlets for social and economic restoration

If you have a story or image you would like to share about your healing journey,  inbox us at admin@livewellbemore.com.


FREE summer advocacy program for Baltimore high school students

– registration open NOW

“Our goal is to give students access to the tools that will help transform their communities. The program is sponsored by Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle – a grassroots think tank in Baltimore that advocates for law and policies that benefit the Black community.FREE summer advocacy program for Baltimore high school students – registration open NOW

The 2017 Eddie Conway Liberation Institute is a advocacy training program for local Baltimore City students.

“Our goal is to give students access to the tools that will help transform their communities. The program is sponsored by Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle – a grassroots think tank in Baltimore that advocates for law and policies that benefit the Black community.”

COST: This program is FREE for any high school student to enroll. 

DATES: July 17th to July 28th

TIME & PLACE: The program is held during the day from 11AM to 3PM at The Living Well – 235 Holliday St. – in downtown Baltimore.

REGISTRATION: The application is currently open. Go and register NOW before slots fill up.

Click here to read more about ECLI and its impacts on students. If you have any questions, email us at eclidebate@gmail.com.





Feldenkrais Training Program of Baltimore

“The Feldenkrais Method is a powerful resource for everyone who wants to feel and function better.

Start Date: August 5, 2017

“Participants in the Feldenkrais training program are of all ages. They come from many different backgrounds, and have a wide range of reasons for wanting to study the Feldenkrais Method. Some people attend the training program for their own personal development and healing, or because they are fascinated by the field of human improvement. Others join for professional development; to enrich their current career or to explore a new path as a skilled Feldenkrais Practitioner. The Feldenkrais training program takes place in a friendly, non-competitive and supportive environment, in which each student can learn, and participate comfortably.” More Information Here  




Lean into Your Desire! A Yoni Workshop for Women

Women using Yoni Eggs to Heal

When women gather in a sister circle of support, real healing can occur.

3-5pm, Sunday, July 23, 2017

During this introductory workshop, learn the ancient healing technologies of Yoga, Yoni Breathing, and Belly Dance. These time tested modalities help us women to heal from trauma, energize our bodies, and lean into our DESIRES!  “​​I help women make peace with their bodies by beginning a journey of self-exploration supported by the love of a sister circle, igniting total wellness of the body, mind and spirit.” Get Tickets Here




Vibrant Connections: A Couples Workshop

 6-8pm, Friday, August 18, 2017

Studies show that mindful practices improve communication. When done in partnership, these ancient healing technologies increase the energetic bond that couples share. Join us for an evening of learning beginner partner yoga poses, combined with massage, and exercises for toning the pelvic floor. Discover how to use healing touch to unite with your partner in a new an exciting way.  Get Tickets Here Pre-registration is required. Deadline August 16, 2017