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PRESENTATIONS: Educational Workshops / Playshops

The Twin Cities Men's Center offers several presentations per month, usually on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, 7pm - 9pm.

Family Law Clinic

Leader: Bob Manson
When: Wed., Apr. 5, 7:00-9:00 pm
Leaders: Linda Wray & Steve Yasgur
When: Wed., May. 3, 7:00-9:00 pm
Open to all genders

Targeted to the needs of men or women going through or anticipating divorce or dealing with other family law issues, this Clinic gives you an opportunity to discuss your own questions on such topics as:

  • Divorce
  • Separation
  • Paternity
  • Property Division
  • Custody
  • Spousal Maintenance
  • Child Support Financial Settlements
  • Co-habitation.

Attorneys will volunteer their time and expertise for the benefit of those who attend.

Self-Mastery with Spiritual Kung fu

Facilitator: Accolon Hollingsworth
When: Thu., Apr. 15, 7:00-9:00 pm
When: Thu., May 4, 7:00-9:00 pm
Open to all genders

Accolon Hollingsworth shares (non self- defense) skills and methods from his system of self-mastery that you can use to rise above your inner conflicts and be strong, confident and able to fulfill yourself.
Accolon is a Life Coach and Kung fu Teacher. You can contact him at: e-mail: accolon@innervictorypower.com, or phone: 612-242-9174.

Emotional Self-Care

Facilitator: Accolon Hollingsworth
When: Thu., Apr. 27, 7:00-9:00 pm
When: Thu., May 11, 7:00-9:00 pm
Open to all genders

We take care of the bruises and cuts that happen to our bodies. We also need to take care of our emotional bruises and cuts. When you do this, you strengthen your well-being. The ability to heal yourself emotionally makes you resilient to any pain that life hits you with and this makes you better able to feel good even through your tough times. This ability to care for yourself emotionally also helps you better enjoy your relationships because you won't be dependent on other people to feel good which in turn makes you more enjoyable to the people you are in relationship with. This creates an enjoyable healthy dynamic in your relationships.
I enjoy this emotional strength and want to help you enjoy this too. Before I got good at emotional self-care, I suffered needlessly (unaware how much I could ease my own emotional discomfort). Now that I am so practiced at this, things like getting my feelings hurt or someone not being available to connect with me emotionally when I would prefer or when I need support is not a big deal because I am always able to support myself emotionally. This is very freeing and empowering.
Come and learn some of these feel good skills!
Accolon is a Life Coach and Kung fu Teacher. You can contact him at: e-mail: accolon@innervictorypower.com, or phone: 612-242-9174.