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Dec
11
1:00 PM13:00

No Room for Fear: Write Your Way Toward Healing at The Red Shoes

Come together as a community to make sense of the events of the last few months through writing in this 3-hour workshop. Don't listen to that voice that says, "but I'm not a writer." If you're willing to sit in a chair; pick up a pen; and put it to paper, you are. We all have our own voices and we need to use them now more than ever.

 

Facilitated by Robin Palmer Blanche, 12-time published author and screenwriter.

$2 Donation. 

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Dec
11
1:00 PM13:00

Conscious Connected Breathing with Jack Fontana

CONSCIOUS CONNECTED BREATHING.
CCB is a technique that facilitates the release of stress, anxiety, and stored suppression. It creates the possibility for freedom, profound relaxation, improved breathing, and self-acceptance. The workshop includes a complete explanation of the process, one breathing session and the processing of experiences; all within a safe, private and loving environment. 


JACK ANTHONY FONTANA is a Level III professional breathworker through Jim Morningstar and the Transformations Breathwork Training Program. He has been a breathwork practitioner in the New Orleans area since 1985 and is a member of the Global Professional Breathwork Alliance. More information at jackfontana.com. 


FAQs What should I bring to the event? Please wear comfortable clothing. Bring a pillow and a blanket. 

 

Price: $60 

Location: Agame Yoga & Meditation
www.ambassadorsoflight.com 

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Dec
10
9:00 AM09:00

Blackbird Letterpress Holiday Sale & Open House

Blackbird Letterpress invites you to join the first Holiday Sale and Open House in their new studio. They will have lots of holiday goods for sale: cards, kits, notebooks, calendars, and prints. They will also be offering letterpress printing demos, and an ornament making workshop at noon (workshop is free, ornament kit is $8). 
Drive by after you visit the Arts Market & Farmer's Market downtown!
 

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Dec
7
6:30 PM18:30

Pranic Healing at The Red Shoes

Pranic healing is a powerful “no-touch” healing modality developed by Grand Master Choa Kok Sui that uses “life force” or prana (chi) to heal physical and emotional ailments. Pranic healing uses a cookbook approach, with specific protocols for each condition. Anyone can learn to heal in a short amount of time. This clinic offers healing sessions for participants.

Facilitated by students of Master Stephen Co.

 

Suggested donation $10

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Nov
13
2:00 PM14:00

STAR - Painting with a Purpose

On Sunday, November 13th at Painting With a Twist in Mid City Baton Rouge join STAR, Sexual Trauma and Awareness Response, for a special fundraiser. Bring your friends and a bottle of wine and enjoy painting with a purpose. STAR will receive 50% of proceeds from the event.

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Nov
3
7:00 PM19:00

Beginners Cooking Class @ Twine

Join Steve at your own prepping station to learn basic knife skills. Then advance on to seasonings, stocks, and marinades. Not only will you be able to sample on some delicious food while cooking but you will bring home a seasoning, stock, and marinade to cook in your own kitchen. You will leave feeling as sharp in the kitchen as the new knife you go home with!
Includes food and water. Take home a complementary knife, seasoning, marinade, and stock. Arrive early to shop and we will store any items during the class. Class starts promptly at 7 PM. For more information, contact info@twinebr.com.

$85

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May
28
1:00 PM13:00

Yoga Basics Workshop @ Agame

If you’ve ever said, “I’m not flexible enough for yoga!” then this is the workshop for you! It is perfect for a new student or as a foundational review to deepen an existing practice. The workshop comprises a brief review of the philosophy and history of Modern Yoga, followed by an in-depth look at foundational yoga poses and a sample Vinyasa Flow class. Student will receive a take-home reference of the material covered.

Students should bring a pen or pencil and wear loose fitting comfortable clothes. Mats are available to rent.  For more info contact Agame Yoga.

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Apr
18
6:30 PM18:30

Yellow Brick Academy Business Training @ the Red Shoes

Yellow Brick Academy Business Training Mondays 6:30-8:30 pm February 22 & 29 March 21 & 28 April 18 & 25 Expand your potential as a small business owner by gaining skills in finance and concept design. Develop a personal budget as a tool to manage your personal finances. Learn the basics of personal financial management, including budgeting, debt management, and credit score management. Take steps toward starting your own business with workshops focused on business concept design. You'll produce your own mini business plan demonstrating the feasibility of your business idea. Participants will start their first class with a personal consultation so the instructor may best address each individual’s needs. Participants will also have weekly opportunities to meet with a credit counselor. April 18 & 25 – Is it Revenue or Profit? These sessions look at budgeting and spending. We will answer the question, “Can I make money?" Topics include startup costs, spending behaviors, developing a personal budget, breakeven analysis, and the importance of planning to wise money management. Facilitated by business professionals in collaboration with The Red Shoes' Lifting Loans program, SELA Women's Business Center and the Good Work Network. $60 Please bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the Food Bank

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Mar
8
6:00 PM18:00

The Artist Way at Work at Baton Rouge Gallery

Let the Baton Rouge Gallery environment ignite a creative spark in you. Join certified facilitatorAnne Marks on a 12-week journey to creative freedom using “The Artist’s Way at Work” as a guide. You don’t have to be an artist to be creative – this workshop will give you the tools needed to transform or reinvent any career.

Every Tuesday beginning March 1/  6-8 p.m. 

"$350 includes book and materials
Ages 18 and older
Group Rate of $295 for 2 or more individuals

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Mar
7
9:30 AM09:30

Introduction to 3D Printing at Main Library

Did you know that your East Baton Rouge Parish Library has a 3D printer? It does! Did you know that you can submit print jobs? You can! Adults and teens can come to the Main Library at Goodwood at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 15, to see the 3D printer in action. We also will discuss what 3D printing is and how you can print out a design from Thingiverse or create something yourself! 

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Feb
23
6:30 PM18:30

The Artist's Way at Work

Baton Rouge Gallery

Let the Baton Rouge Gallery environment ignite a creative spark in you. Join certified facilitatorAnne Marks on a 12-week journey to creative freedom using “The Artist’s Way at Work” as a guide. You don’t have to be an artist to be creative – this workshop will give you the tools needed to transform or reinvent any career.

Every Tuesday beginning Feb. 23, with a free informational session on Feb. 16/  6-8 p.m. Ages:18 & older

 

$350 includes book & all materials

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Feb
4
3:30 PM15:30

Youth 360 @ Gus Young Park

This is an afterschool program at Gus Young Park designed to provide recreation, including health and wellness activities for children. Participants will engage in fun activities in a safe environment, as well as enjoying physical activities and healthy snacks provided through a partnership with Big Buddy. Homework help is also provided.

Monday-Friday  /  3:30-5:30 p.m. Grades: K-6  /  $60 per month

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Dec
3
6:00 PM18:00

Hip Hop @ Gus Young Park

Gus Young Park

Participants learn a series of modern dances including ballet, jazz, hip-hop and tap techniques. This program concludes with a recital in May 2016, where students will showcase their learned dance abilities. Routines focus on technical skills and dance ability in one-hour class segments per age group. BREC requires parents to purchase recital costumes and recital tickets at an additional cost. For more information, please contact your facility of choice. Fees are valid through May 2016.

Every Tuesday / 6-7 p.m. / Ages: 6-12 (Beginner)

Every Thursday / 6-7 p.m. / Ages: 13-18 (Beginner)

Cost

$22 per month

For More Information

225-926-5848

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Nov
16
5:30 PM17:30

Gentle Yoga @ the Red Shoes

Gentle Yoga Mondays and Thursdays 5:30-6:30pm Relax your body and quiet your mind using gentle physical movement, breathing exercises and meditation. Classes are designed to enhance well-being, increase flexibility and gradually build strength. Perfect for beginners or those with more experience who enjoy a slow paced practice. Melt away tension and stress at the end of your day. Regain a sense of peace. Facilitated by Tina Ufford, RYT 200 through Yogasteps, who has been practicing yoga for the past 12 years. $8 per class / 7 classes $48

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