Singles are Finding Their Moxie at These Innovative New Events & Workshops

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With Valentine's Day approaching, one national singles event service is developing provocative - and popular - new ways to meet their match.

With Valentine's Day around the corner, singles across the country are looking for new things to do to help them meet their match. They've tried speeddating, online dating, lunch dates and fix ups. What now?

How about an Art class? Or Beginners Italian or French Language class? Maybe a Massage or Bartending class?

Christan Marashio, creator/owner of the singles event service and author of the nationally read "Moxie's Blog," came up with original new ways for singles to get together and meeting like-minded potential dates.

"We like to provide events that revolve around a theme. By taking a class, singles are getting out of their head a bit and moving outside their comfort zone. Dating is about taking a chance, trying something new and increasing your options. That's what we're trying to do with these classes...provide singles fun opportunities while encouraging them to take a risk. To do something they wouldn’t normally do, take the initiative, go for it. That's the meaning of Moxie, after all" says Marashio. has added the following singles-only classes & workshops to their upcoming schedule:

-Singles Bartending Class

-Singles Beginner Italian & French Classes

-Singles Yoga/Beginner Kickboxing

-Singles Sketching Class

-Singles Massage Class

-Improvisation for Singles

-Bedroom Confidence/Flirting Workshops

-How to Tell & What To Do When They're Just Not That Into You Workshop

Christan, aka "Moxie," also writes a provocative, water cooler chatter inspiring blog that brings together singles and gets them talking to each other. Moxie's Blog ( touches on everything from online dating brush-offs, deal breakers, first date nookie and more. Each post averages 50-80 comments from singles across the country and receives between 2,000 and 3,000 unique visitors per day.


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