My specialties include teaching languages (French, Spanish, English or Japanese)
Private and/or group classes are available at your home or mine (downtown Midland). I am an experienced teacher and have lived in Spain and Japan. Games, activities and outings are used to create opportunities for natural language learning. All levels, ages and reasons for learning are welcome.
English for school, travel and pleasure.
Francais pour ecole, voyage, travail et plaisire.
Espanol para la escuela, viaje, trabajo y placer.
Some other things you might find interesting include;
Gardening Group and Community Gardens (through TThuronia. or call Erin at the Karma Marketplace in Penetang)
Jikiden Reiki and Reiki for moms: The original and traditional Reiki from Japan, known only by few in Ontario.
Hand Made Apparel : I make clothes that are comfy, stylish and practical. I'm the only place in town with Skants :)
Awareness workshops including Body Drumming, Touch Therapy, Laugh Therapy and the Power of Words
Child care (in English, Spanish or French)
Song writing, performing and recording
Crafts and Handmade creations
House cleaning, organizing and decluttering
Book and Documentary club
GBMA secretary (Georgian Bay Musicians Association)
please check out my "work-in-progress" website for more details. www.midlandinspired.blogspot.com
Thanks for taking the time to read this and please send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org
I recently moved to Midland and look forward to meeting like minded people with common interests.
Love and Gratitude,
ps. "Transition Town Huronia" is a new group in Midland, as of March 2010. Our intention is sustainable community living. Everyone is free to join. You can join the mailing list to receive information. Join the group to participate directly. Offer ideas. Encouragement... whatever you want. It's an open free group :)
mission " Transition Town Huronia, aspiring to achieve local resilience for the communities of Midland, Penetanguishene, Tiny, Tay and Christian Island, will educate and empower its residents to make positive and sustainable changes in their lives that encourage the transition from oil dependence. "