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Social and Economic Vibrancy Builds Social Capital

We are a Center for Social and Economic Vibrancy. We subscribe to a Vibrant Community model using trauma responsive creative space-making tactics and strategies. We focus on building social capital while using business principles to create economic outcomes. We believe that using vibrant approaches to community building creates a distinct culture of engagement.

Conscious Expansion, Soulful Expression, and Optimal Wellness

Our mission is to build diverse communities and develop social capital. We use a creative space approach to bring people together for a variety of events, classes, and initiatives. Our goal is to address structural determinants of health and to remain dedicated to individual and community change by way of conscious expansion, soulful expression, and optimal wellness.

Creative Space-Making Supports Community Change

Our centrally located and open-space studio design provides the perfect place to host events, meetings, workshops, and exhibits. Everyone from facilitators, and counselors to business owners, organizations, and individuals can rent space on a monthly, hourly and/or daily basis. We also welcome partnerships with social entrepreneurs and social enterprise organizations. We employ an open systems model that promotes opportunities to build social capital, organizational capacity, and the development of civic and personal leadership.

Thinking about hosting a recurring event?

We offer discounted rates for recurring events. Download our Facilitator’s Agreement.
Our space is filled with love, light, and creativity!

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vibrant Having or showing great life, activity and energy. Very bright and strong.

We are Devoted To

We are more than a space to rent. The Living Well (TLW) is a Center for Social and Economic Vibrancy. We are devoted to Soulful Expression, Conscious Expansion and Optimal Wellness. Community change and development is at the heart of what we do at TLW.

TLW provides thought capital, capacity support, and space for individuals, organizations, and families who are working to make a difference within their individual and collective life experiences. We hold space for those who are dissecting the driving and restraining forces for businesses, families, and communities to thrive. Many of our customers are social entrepreneurs and creatives who are incubating ideas without the benefit of resources such as meeting space, marketing, or business and lifestyle coaching. Community members have used our space for various purposes, including, but not limited to:

  • Co-Working Spaces
  • Recurring and One-Time Client and Group Meetings
  • Social Forums
  • Community-Based Events
  • Family Gatherings and Celebrations
  • Photoshoots and Art Galleries
  • Fitness and Wellness Classes

Location

We are conveniently located on the edge of downtown in the Real News Network Building, which is right above Ida B’s Table and adjacent to the Municipal Building on Holliday Street. There is plenty of parking under the JFX/ Interstate 83, home of Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar, for .75 per hour, street parking and parking lot options. We are three blocks from the Phoenix Shot Tower and Charles Center subway station.

Please contact us at admin@livewellbemore.com to schedule a visit.

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Meet The Platform Members

We have a vibrant group of staff members that actively promotes the well-being of their community as a whole. Learn more by hovering over each team member, or View All Platform Members here.

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Maurissa Stone Bass

Maurissa Stone Bass

Director of The Living Well

An artist whose medium is life fulfills her passion for facilitating individual and community development by creating resource circles for human and community expansion. Maurissa’s artistic expression was formed by responding to the needs of social equity by designing creative, interactive media based training programs. Learn More

Tameka Gray

Tameka Gray

Health and Wellness Liaison

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.
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Nneka Nnamdi

Nneka Nnamdi

Director of Community Wellness

Nneka Nnamdi works a member of The Living Well’s cohort to enhance wellness in Baltimore using African healing technologies. Her commitment to healthy families and communities is rooted in experience with her own family and in the African Dance community where she studied, performed and taught with Sankofa Dance Theater, Keur Khaleyi Dance Co and Urban Foli. She is an practitioner of Ifa and was initiated as an Iyaolorisha in 2012. Bringing together the healing elements of visual art, music, movement, meditation and traditional spiritual practices Nneka and her partner Maya Onyango host SisterGathers that focus that provide creative and safe space for women of color to participate in self and group care. In addition to using healing technologies in her work Nneka is incorporates principals of anti-racist organizing and trauma informed care as she has received training from the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, respectively.
Program development and facilitation are also a part of her work with TLW cohort. Nneka is the mother of two sons, graduate of Morgan State University and member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Maurissa Stone Bass

Maurissa Stone Bass

Director of The Living Well

An artist whose medium is life fulfills her passion for facilitating individual and community development by creating resource circles for human and community expansion. Maurissa’s artistic expression was formed by responding to the needs of social equity by designing creative, interactive media based training programs. Learn More

Tameka Gray

Tameka Gray

Health and Wellness Liaison

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.
Learn More

Nneka Nnamdi

Nneka Nnamdi

Director of Community Wellness

Nneka Nnamdi works a member of The Living Well’s cohort to enhance wellness in Baltimore using African healing technologies. Her commitment to healthy families and communities is rooted in experience with her own family and in the African Dance community where she studied, performed and taught with Sankofa Dance Theater, Keur Khaleyi Dance Co and Urban Foli. She is an practitioner of Ifa and was initiated as an Iyaolorisha in 2012. Bringing together the healing elements of visual art, music, movement, meditation and traditional spiritual practices Nneka and her partner Maya Onyango host SisterGathers that focus that provide creative and safe space for women of color to participate in self and group care. In addition to using healing technologies in her work Nneka is incorporates principals of anti-racist organizing and trauma informed care as she has received training from the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, respectively.
Program development and facilitation are also a part of her work with TLW cohort. Nneka is the mother of two sons, graduate of Morgan State University and member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.