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Personal Development in Piedmont, Portland


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  • Aquila Glass School
    Breaking with the no-nonsense vibe of the shop?s warehouse exterior, Aquila Glass School?s brightly painted loading-dock door hints at the vibrant creativity that waits inside. The full-time working studio simmers with nine kilns as students create their glass into plates, beads, boxes, or Christmas tree ornaments. Students cut their teeth on introductory classes that teach fusing and studio safety, then graduate to more advanced skills such as torch work and marble making. The expansive facility also offers 68 hours of open studio time each week, where graduates of introductory classes return to further their education with more classes or create independent projects with free use of the facilities, tools, and instruction books made entirely of stained glass. For a full schedule of available classes, please click here.
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    1628 North Columbia Blvd
    Portland, OR US
  • Salsa Con Coco Dance Company
    Most Popular Service: Group and private lessons Reservations/Appointments: Required Established: 2006 Staff Size: 2?10 people Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours Pro Tip: The key to dancing is transferring your weight from one foot to the other - right to left, left to right. In the case of two left feet, just go from left to left
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    4923 Northeast Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
    Portland, OR US
  • Sound & Rhythm Drumming Studio
    Clifford Koufman’s fascination with drums of all kind has taken him around the world in search of guidance from renowned musicians by the likes of Arabic master drummer Souhail Kaspar, Guinean Grandmaster Famoudou Konate, and American jazz icon Bob Moses. Koufman has used his refined drumming powers and extensive musical experience for good as a therapeutic music specialist who has visited several Portland-area children’s hospitals and as the founder of Sound & Rhythm Drumming Studio. There, since 1999 he has specialized in teaching one-on-one and group West African drum lessons on authentic djembes and dununs, demystifying concepts such as beat displacement and polyrhythms for his hand-drumming protégés. Students can also bring drumsticks and learn to tame a standard drum kit, learning the music theory and time-keeping techniques needed to perfectly execute Rachmaninoff’s little-known triangle solos.
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    909 NE Roselawn St.
    Portland, Oregon US
  • Ensoflow Shiatsu
    From skin treatments to massages, Portland's Humboldt/ Mississippi is a luxury day spa that offers a wide variety of services. This beautiful facility offers both therapeutic and relaxation massages. If you decide to opt for an alternative treatment, such as reflexology, this spa has you covered. To accommodate your busy schedule, this spa offers an appointment-only policy so none of your time is wasted. Relax in luxury comfort at Humboldt/ Mississippi and leave with a new burst of confidence.
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    949 N Prescott St
    Portland, OR US
  • Alder Creek Kayak & Canoe
    It's hard to believe that Portland ever lacked a dearth of quality paddle outfitters, considering the many evergreen-lined rivers and nearby coastline. But back in 1986, the founders of Alder Creek Kayak & Canoe felt there were too few options serving the area, so they launched their own garage shop. Their passion for the outdoors and paddle sports steadily built the company, and today, a staff of equipment experts advises guests on kayaking, canoeing, standup-paddleboarding, and rafting supplies. Beyond selling gear from vessels to apparel, staffers lead on-the-water classes and organize group trips. The shop also outfits customers for independent exploration with a fleet of rentals.
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    200 NE Tomahawk Island Dr.
    Portland, OR US
  • Community Cycling Center
    The Community Cycling Center in Portland, Oregon started twenty years ago when Brian Lacy began teaching children with broken bikes how to fix those bikes. Brian opened a riding school where he showed kids how to ride and how to fix those rides so that they could keep on riding. Over the years, The Community Cycling Center has morphed into a nonprofit organization whose mission is to build a healthy environment where all people can put their bicycles to use to stay happy, healthy, and connected. The Community Cycling Center now operates as a bike shop that focuses on refurbished bikes and promotes safe riding for riders of all ages. Their programs helps encourage kids of all ages to use the bicycle to get where they are going – be it school, work, the market, wherever. Exploration and community ties are alive and well at The Community Cycling Center.
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    1700 NE Alberta St
    Portland, OR US