Sept. 6, 2012
-- The Kids’ Action League of Martial Artists, Inc. 501(c) (3) (KALOMA, Inc.) is sponsoring a ten-week program to begin in the second week of October, 2012 that is designed to help people realize their goals while providing resources to KALOMA to provide for children. Taught by Cassandra Tribe, author of “Eat Not the Heart: How to Live without Losing Your Life,” and Master Instructor of the Zen Studies Program in Rhode Island, "Breaking Free - How to Create the Life You Want" can show anyone with a goal to achieve the practical steps to take to get started and stay committed to seeing that goal come true. Entrepreneurs, business start-ups, writers, artists, people with lifestyle goals and fitness targets will learn how to work towards their goal immediately, practically and realistically without losing their connection to meaning in their life all while contributing to their communities.
Using the approach developed for her popular Learning Connection workshop, “Writing Your Self Into Life, “ Cassandra combines in-person meetings, emails, group lectures and outside assignments to customize the program to each person’s specific goal and skills while building each group into a supportive resource for participants. This creates a fluid influence of change and organization that can fit into the busiest of schedules. Each session is limited to a maximum of six people per workshop to allow for personalization while still providing a collaborative team problem-solving approach.
Anyone interested in the program should contact the Main Street Martial Arts (MSMA) studio at (401)274-7672 to inquire. The web site is http://leadership.mainstma.org
. There is a sliding scale donation for this unique and innovative program, with proceeds going to cultural arts programs to benefit urban youth in the capital city of Providence, RI and to provide for this program to be offered year-round to all seekers. Main Street Martial Arts is a family community center, artists’ collaborative, and business group developed with KALOMA, Inc. to provide cultural and martial arts, as well as lifestyle development programming, to families who cannot easily afford these services towards the purpose of sustaining strong community. For more information about MSMA, please contact Michael L. Werth at email@example.com or visit http://mainstma.org