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ACIM
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 - 8:42pm

This Multi-level class is designed for strong beginner/intermediate clients. Rooted in classical Pilates, it is a great addition to your weekly Private or Duet Sessions! Or a great weekly workout on its own!

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS at 7:30 pm from May 7th - June 25th
with Michele Rinaldi

Single Class: $20
Pack of 3: $54
Due to limited Class size all clients must purchase and sign up for classes prior to class at the links below:

www.RinaldiPilates.com

RINALDI PILATES STORE

*There is a 24-hour cancellation policy for all class sign-ups
*no refunds or transfer of purchases for other RP services
*CRS will provide Mats

About the Instructor

I am Michele Rinaldi, founder of Rinaldi Pilates. I have a passion for helping people get through difficult times and reach seemingly unattainable goals. With my background in movement and psychology, I bring a unique mind/body approach to Pilates that combines the physical understanding of the body and balance with a consideration for my clients’ needs.I have an MA in Psychology and have worked for years in the healthcare field. I discovered the merits of Pilates when I began rehabilitating my own chronic back and hip injuries after spending over twenty years as a gymnast. I became immediately captivated upon feeling the benefits of the practice. After completing over six hundred hours of apprenticeship to fulfill my training at Power Pilates, NYC in 2002 I truly began my Pilates journey. 

Having finally decided to merge my desire to help others with my passion for fitness and movement, I began teaching Pilates full-time in several gyms and studios in NYC and Palm Beach, FL. Continuing studies in biomechanics and anatomy evolved my teaching beyond classical Pilates and allowed me to give clients a deeper understanding of the exercises. I now provide clients not only with better bodies and smaller waistlines, but also offer guidance through injury recovery and prevention, weight loss programs, and pre- and post-natal fitness regimens. 

As I was recognized for my talent and quick results, my clientele grew quickly. In 2006, I opened Rinaldi Pilates with the vision of providing my dedicated regulars and future clients with a home away from home, in a personalized boutique studio setting. I was fortunate enough to be joined by a team of instructors with extraordinary work. 

When I am not in the studio, you can find me taking yoga classes, playing tennis, jumping on a surfboard, at the spin studio, or at a local culinary school. See you in the studio soon...

Learn moreResources

May – June 2014Wed7:30 pm
Guest Event
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 - 8:42pm

This Multi-level class is designed for strong beginner/intermediate clients. Rooted in classical Pilates, it is a great addition to your weekly Private or Duet Sessions! Or a great weekly workout on its own!

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS at 7:30 pm from May 7th - June 25th
with Michele Rinaldi

Single Class: $20
Pack of 3: $54
Due to limited Class size all clients must purchase and sign up for classes prior to class at the links below:

www.RinaldiPilates.com

RINALDI PILATES STORE

*There is a 24-hour cancellation policy for all class sign-ups
*no refunds or transfer of purchases for other RP services
*CRS will provide Mats

About the Instructor

I am Michele Rinaldi, founder of Rinaldi Pilates. I have a passion for helping people get through difficult times and reach seemingly unattainable goals. With my background in movement and psychology, I bring a unique mind/body approach to Pilates that combines the physical understanding of the body and balance with a consideration for my clients’ needs.I have an MA in Psychology and have worked for years in the healthcare field. I discovered the merits of Pilates when I began rehabilitating my own chronic back and hip injuries after spending over twenty years as a gymnast. I became immediately captivated upon feeling the benefits of the practice. After completing over six hundred hours of apprenticeship to fulfill my training at Power Pilates, NYC in 2002 I truly began my Pilates journey. 

Having finally decided to merge my desire to help others with my passion for fitness and movement, I began teaching Pilates full-time in several gyms and studios in NYC and Palm Beach, FL. Continuing studies in biomechanics and anatomy evolved my teaching beyond classical Pilates and allowed me to give clients a deeper understanding of the exercises. I now provide clients not only with better bodies and smaller waistlines, but also offer guidance through injury recovery and prevention, weight loss programs, and pre- and post-natal fitness regimens. 

As I was recognized for my talent and quick results, my clientele grew quickly. In 2006, I opened Rinaldi Pilates with the vision of providing my dedicated regulars and future clients with a home away from home, in a personalized boutique studio setting. I was fortunate enough to be joined by a team of instructors with extraordinary work. 

When I am not in the studio, you can find me taking yoga classes, playing tennis, jumping on a surfboard, at the spin studio, or at a local culinary school. See you in the studio soon...

Learn moreResources

May – June 2014Wed7:30 pm
Jon Mundy
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 - 8:42pm

This Multi-level class is designed for strong beginner/intermediate clients. Rooted in classical Pilates, it is a great addition to your weekly Private or Duet Sessions! Or a great weekly workout on its own!

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS at 7:30 pm from May 7th - June 25th
with Michele Rinaldi

Single Class: $20
Pack of 3: $54
Due to limited Class size all clients must purchase and sign up for classes prior to class at the links below:

www.RinaldiPilates.com

RINALDI PILATES STORE

*There is a 24-hour cancellation policy for all class sign-ups
*no refunds or transfer of purchases for other RP services
*CRS will provide Mats

About the Instructor

I am Michele Rinaldi, founder of Rinaldi Pilates. I have a passion for helping people get through difficult times and reach seemingly unattainable goals. With my background in movement and psychology, I bring a unique mind/body approach to Pilates that combines the physical understanding of the body and balance with a consideration for my clients’ needs.I have an MA in Psychology and have worked for years in the healthcare field. I discovered the merits of Pilates when I began rehabilitating my own chronic back and hip injuries after spending over twenty years as a gymnast. I became immediately captivated upon feeling the benefits of the practice. After completing over six hundred hours of apprenticeship to fulfill my training at Power Pilates, NYC in 2002 I truly began my Pilates journey. 

Having finally decided to merge my desire to help others with my passion for fitness and movement, I began teaching Pilates full-time in several gyms and studios in NYC and Palm Beach, FL. Continuing studies in biomechanics and anatomy evolved my teaching beyond classical Pilates and allowed me to give clients a deeper understanding of the exercises. I now provide clients not only with better bodies and smaller waistlines, but also offer guidance through injury recovery and prevention, weight loss programs, and pre- and post-natal fitness regimens. 

As I was recognized for my talent and quick results, my clientele grew quickly. In 2006, I opened Rinaldi Pilates with the vision of providing my dedicated regulars and future clients with a home away from home, in a personalized boutique studio setting. I was fortunate enough to be joined by a team of instructors with extraordinary work. 

When I am not in the studio, you can find me taking yoga classes, playing tennis, jumping on a surfboard, at the spin studio, or at a local culinary school. See you in the studio soon...

Learn moreResources

May – June 2014Wed7:30 pm
A Course in Miracles
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 - 8:42pm

This Multi-level class is designed for strong beginner/intermediate clients. Rooted in classical Pilates, it is a great addition to your weekly Private or Duet Sessions! Or a great weekly workout on its own!

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS at 7:30 pm from May 7th - June 25th
with Michele Rinaldi

Single Class: $20
Pack of 3: $54
Due to limited Class size all clients must purchase and sign up for classes prior to class at the links below:

www.RinaldiPilates.com

RINALDI PILATES STORE

*There is a 24-hour cancellation policy for all class sign-ups
*no refunds or transfer of purchases for other RP services
*CRS will provide Mats

About the Instructor

I am Michele Rinaldi, founder of Rinaldi Pilates. I have a passion for helping people get through difficult times and reach seemingly unattainable goals. With my background in movement and psychology, I bring a unique mind/body approach to Pilates that combines the physical understanding of the body and balance with a consideration for my clients’ needs.I have an MA in Psychology and have worked for years in the healthcare field. I discovered the merits of Pilates when I began rehabilitating my own chronic back and hip injuries after spending over twenty years as a gymnast. I became immediately captivated upon feeling the benefits of the practice. After completing over six hundred hours of apprenticeship to fulfill my training at Power Pilates, NYC in 2002 I truly began my Pilates journey. 

Having finally decided to merge my desire to help others with my passion for fitness and movement, I began teaching Pilates full-time in several gyms and studios in NYC and Palm Beach, FL. Continuing studies in biomechanics and anatomy evolved my teaching beyond classical Pilates and allowed me to give clients a deeper understanding of the exercises. I now provide clients not only with better bodies and smaller waistlines, but also offer guidance through injury recovery and prevention, weight loss programs, and pre- and post-natal fitness regimens. 

As I was recognized for my talent and quick results, my clientele grew quickly. In 2006, I opened Rinaldi Pilates with the vision of providing my dedicated regulars and future clients with a home away from home, in a personalized boutique studio setting. I was fortunate enough to be joined by a team of instructors with extraordinary work. 

When I am not in the studio, you can find me taking yoga classes, playing tennis, jumping on a surfboard, at the spin studio, or at a local culinary school. See you in the studio soon...

Learn moreResources

May – June 2014Wed7:30 pm
Guest Event
Monday, April 21, 2014 - 11:31am

Healing Fair with Japanese Healers 

Are you depressed, stressed or feel anxiety?
You can try spiritual healing by Japanese Healers.
Healing refreshes your body, mind and sprit.

Date / May 24th (Sat)
12 - 6pm 
Place / CRS
123 4th Ave, 
New York, NY 10003
Admission / $10
Email / healingfairnyc@gmail.com
FB event page / https://www.facebook.com/events/599129200179136/

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☆☆KAORU☆
Kaoru offers various kind of healings such as Tarot or oracle card counseling, Color therapy with aroma and crystal energy and Dolphin tantric body exercise, Reiki.
http://ameblo.jp/rainbowdancearts/
www.rainbowdancearts.com

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☆☆Miyoko Satoh☆☆
Spiritual counseling & Energy Healing
What you see, what you have is a reflection of your thoughts. You may have a lot of questions about your life. You have all the answers inside you. Miyoko accesses your spirit directly and receive messages. She can help you releas
e your blocks and connect you with your True Self and gain Love, Strength, Light, and Ability.
http://miyokosspiritualgarden.com/

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☆☆Nana Masuda☆☆
AuraSoma Color Therapy/Spiritual reading
When you choose AURA-SOMA® bottles, it reflect your spirit. Trained practitioner Nana Masuda can help you to read the meaning of this reflection.
You can see your talent, life purpose, and blue print of your future.
http://www.nanashealinggarden.com/

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☆☆Shieri Watanabe☆☆
Drunvalo Melchizedek’s ATIH which goes far beyond Merkaba / Breathwork / Spiritual Reading
http://www.seaofspirits.com/

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☆☆Motoi Urano☆☆
Certified Clinical support hypnotist & NLP Practitioner
Past life Regression, Inner Child Work, Body & Mind Solution, Allergy Work
http://www.motoiurano.com/

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☆☆Yuki Hoshi☆☆
Sound Healing with tuning forks)
Sound Therapy using tuning forks is one of the alternative therapies based on the principles of wave motion resonance created by sound and vibration. Under this therapy, a recipient's meridians are balanced, chakras are activated, aura is cleansed and self healing-power and immunity is increased in the relaxed state. 
http://yukistar88.holy.jp/

CRS Presents
Sunday, April 20, 2014 - 6:33pm

So you have an idea. But no money. How can you make it happen? Where do you find supporters? How do you launch?

On Friday, May 9, 2014 at 7 pm, CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing) and Think Act Change NYC invite you to an evening with Patty Simonton, Community Organizer of Start Some Good, to learn how you can use Crowdfunding to make YOUR idea happen. Sometimes it seems like crowdfunding is just about iPhone accessories, games and new album releases but this isn't so! Crowdfunding is a fantastic way to launch a social enterprise or non-profit, raise funds for a cause, expand or save an existing program or make a grassroots project happen in your community.

The event is $10 and tickets are available online ONLY on the Think Act Change NYC meetup page. Seating is limited and first come, first serve.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Patty Simonton will give us tips on:

• Selecting a realistic financial target for your campaign

• Identifying your community and how to target them

• Offering rewards which people want

• Developing a video with limited or no budget

• Using social media to support your campaign

• Crafting the stories which will inspire support We'll also be hearing from folks who have run successful campaigns - speakers TBA. We'll be hearing from folks who have been through the campaign process, and we'll also have some current campaigns featured that you can support. As always, you will also have the opportunity to pitch your idea during our 60 second shoutouts!

DREAM BIG people!!

Light refreshments and snacks will be served.

ABOUT THE GUEST SPEAKER: 

Patty Simonton is a DC-based Venture Support Lead for StartSomeGood, a crowdfunding platform for social entrepreneurs and changemakers around the world. Patty Simonton likes to work behind the scenes to make it possible for others to bring their dreams to life. She has a degree in International Business from Georgetown University and an MBA from Johns Hopkins University. The world is her playground, and she aims to make it beautiful. She is currently producing FIGMENT DC, a free, participatory arts festival, and bartends at her neighborhood watering hole.

The truth is there is no shortage of problems in the world. But the good news is there’s also no shortage of people with the ideas and passion to address those problems. These are our people, the changemakers. Too often however, the vision for change doesn’t come packaged with the resources needed to make it happen. StartSomeGood provides social entrepreneurs with a platform to raise funds and build a community of supporters -- all in a fun, engaging and community-driven way. Our site taps into the power of community, allowing social entrepreneurs to ask for financial support from supporters from around the world. We give them the tools to update their supporters and provide unique rewards in exchange for support - on their first campaign, and for future campaigns down the road.

We’ve taken the crowdfunding model -- which is growing in popularity world-wide -- and customized it to reflect the unique needs of social entrepreneurs.

StartSomeGood.com

Start Some Good web siteWatch video

May 20149 7 pm
Think Act Change
Sunday, April 20, 2014 - 6:33pm

So you have an idea. But no money. How can you make it happen? Where do you find supporters? How do you launch?

On Friday, May 9, 2014 at 7 pm, CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing) and Think Act Change NYC invite you to an evening with Patty Simonton, Community Organizer of Start Some Good, to learn how you can use Crowdfunding to make YOUR idea happen. Sometimes it seems like crowdfunding is just about iPhone accessories, games and new album releases but this isn't so! Crowdfunding is a fantastic way to launch a social enterprise or non-profit, raise funds for a cause, expand or save an existing program or make a grassroots project happen in your community.

The event is $10 and tickets are available online ONLY on the Think Act Change NYC meetup page. Seating is limited and first come, first serve.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Patty Simonton will give us tips on:

• Selecting a realistic financial target for your campaign

• Identifying your community and how to target them

• Offering rewards which people want

• Developing a video with limited or no budget

• Using social media to support your campaign

• Crafting the stories which will inspire support We'll also be hearing from folks who have run successful campaigns - speakers TBA. We'll be hearing from folks who have been through the campaign process, and we'll also have some current campaigns featured that you can support. As always, you will also have the opportunity to pitch your idea during our 60 second shoutouts!

DREAM BIG people!!

Light refreshments and snacks will be served.

ABOUT THE GUEST SPEAKER: 

Patty Simonton is a DC-based Venture Support Lead for StartSomeGood, a crowdfunding platform for social entrepreneurs and changemakers around the world. Patty Simonton likes to work behind the scenes to make it possible for others to bring their dreams to life. She has a degree in International Business from Georgetown University and an MBA from Johns Hopkins University. The world is her playground, and she aims to make it beautiful. She is currently producing FIGMENT DC, a free, participatory arts festival, and bartends at her neighborhood watering hole.

The truth is there is no shortage of problems in the world. But the good news is there’s also no shortage of people with the ideas and passion to address those problems. These are our people, the changemakers. Too often however, the vision for change doesn’t come packaged with the resources needed to make it happen. StartSomeGood provides social entrepreneurs with a platform to raise funds and build a community of supporters -- all in a fun, engaging and community-driven way. Our site taps into the power of community, allowing social entrepreneurs to ask for financial support from supporters from around the world. We give them the tools to update their supporters and provide unique rewards in exchange for support - on their first campaign, and for future campaigns down the road.

We’ve taken the crowdfunding model -- which is growing in popularity world-wide -- and customized it to reflect the unique needs of social entrepreneurs.

StartSomeGood.com

Start Some Good web siteWatch video

May 20149 7 pm
Patty Simonton
Sunday, April 20, 2014 - 6:33pm

So you have an idea. But no money. How can you make it happen? Where do you find supporters? How do you launch?

On Friday, May 9, 2014 at 7 pm, CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing) and Think Act Change NYC invite you to an evening with Patty Simonton, Community Organizer of Start Some Good, to learn how you can use Crowdfunding to make YOUR idea happen. Sometimes it seems like crowdfunding is just about iPhone accessories, games and new album releases but this isn't so! Crowdfunding is a fantastic way to launch a social enterprise or non-profit, raise funds for a cause, expand or save an existing program or make a grassroots project happen in your community.

The event is $10 and tickets are available online ONLY on the Think Act Change NYC meetup page. Seating is limited and first come, first serve.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Patty Simonton will give us tips on:

• Selecting a realistic financial target for your campaign

• Identifying your community and how to target them

• Offering rewards which people want

• Developing a video with limited or no budget

• Using social media to support your campaign

• Crafting the stories which will inspire support We'll also be hearing from folks who have run successful campaigns - speakers TBA. We'll be hearing from folks who have been through the campaign process, and we'll also have some current campaigns featured that you can support. As always, you will also have the opportunity to pitch your idea during our 60 second shoutouts!

DREAM BIG people!!

Light refreshments and snacks will be served.

ABOUT THE GUEST SPEAKER: 

Patty Simonton is a DC-based Venture Support Lead for StartSomeGood, a crowdfunding platform for social entrepreneurs and changemakers around the world. Patty Simonton likes to work behind the scenes to make it possible for others to bring their dreams to life. She has a degree in International Business from Georgetown University and an MBA from Johns Hopkins University. The world is her playground, and she aims to make it beautiful. She is currently producing FIGMENT DC, a free, participatory arts festival, and bartends at her neighborhood watering hole.

The truth is there is no shortage of problems in the world. But the good news is there’s also no shortage of people with the ideas and passion to address those problems. These are our people, the changemakers. Too often however, the vision for change doesn’t come packaged with the resources needed to make it happen. StartSomeGood provides social entrepreneurs with a platform to raise funds and build a community of supporters -- all in a fun, engaging and community-driven way. Our site taps into the power of community, allowing social entrepreneurs to ask for financial support from supporters from around the world. We give them the tools to update their supporters and provide unique rewards in exchange for support - on their first campaign, and for future campaigns down the road.

We’ve taken the crowdfunding model -- which is growing in popularity world-wide -- and customized it to reflect the unique needs of social entrepreneurs.

StartSomeGood.com

Start Some Good web siteWatch video

May 20149 7 pm
Start Some Good
Sunday, April 20, 2014 - 6:33pm

So you have an idea. But no money. How can you make it happen? Where do you find supporters? How do you launch?

On Friday, May 9, 2014 at 7 pm, CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing) and Think Act Change NYC invite you to an evening with Patty Simonton, Community Organizer of Start Some Good, to learn how you can use Crowdfunding to make YOUR idea happen. Sometimes it seems like crowdfunding is just about iPhone accessories, games and new album releases but this isn't so! Crowdfunding is a fantastic way to launch a social enterprise or non-profit, raise funds for a cause, expand or save an existing program or make a grassroots project happen in your community.

The event is $10 and tickets are available online ONLY on the Think Act Change NYC meetup page. Seating is limited and first come, first serve.

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Patty Simonton will give us tips on:

• Selecting a realistic financial target for your campaign

• Identifying your community and how to target them

• Offering rewards which people want

• Developing a video with limited or no budget

• Using social media to support your campaign

• Crafting the stories which will inspire support We'll also be hearing from folks who have run successful campaigns - speakers TBA. We'll be hearing from folks who have been through the campaign process, and we'll also have some current campaigns featured that you can support. As always, you will also have the opportunity to pitch your idea during our 60 second shoutouts!

DREAM BIG people!!

Light refreshments and snacks will be served.

ABOUT THE GUEST SPEAKER: 

Patty Simonton is a DC-based Venture Support Lead for StartSomeGood, a crowdfunding platform for social entrepreneurs and changemakers around the world. Patty Simonton likes to work behind the scenes to make it possible for others to bring their dreams to life. She has a degree in International Business from Georgetown University and an MBA from Johns Hopkins University. The world is her playground, and she aims to make it beautiful. She is currently producing FIGMENT DC, a free, participatory arts festival, and bartends at her neighborhood watering hole.

The truth is there is no shortage of problems in the world. But the good news is there’s also no shortage of people with the ideas and passion to address those problems. These are our people, the changemakers. Too often however, the vision for change doesn’t come packaged with the resources needed to make it happen. StartSomeGood provides social entrepreneurs with a platform to raise funds and build a community of supporters -- all in a fun, engaging and community-driven way. Our site taps into the power of community, allowing social entrepreneurs to ask for financial support from supporters from around the world. We give them the tools to update their supporters and provide unique rewards in exchange for support - on their first campaign, and for future campaigns down the road.

We’ve taken the crowdfunding model -- which is growing in popularity world-wide -- and customized it to reflect the unique needs of social entrepreneurs.

StartSomeGood.com

Start Some Good web siteWatch video

May 20149 7 pm
ACIM
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 - 5:40pm

One Chapter Per Month From the Text of A Course in Miracles

There are 31 Chapters is the Course, so it will take about 3 years to complete this project.

LECTURE 12:
The Idols of Sickness
Based on Chapter 10 from A Course in Miracles Textbook
Sunday, May 4, 2014 from 1:30 – 4:30 pm

~ $20 per person with advanced registration ~
~ $25 per person at the door without a registration ~

Call 212-866-3795 or email Fran@miraclesmagazine.org to register in advance.
Your name will be on a list at the door. To pay by credit, card please register in advance.
Or, you can pay with cash or a check at the door.
As long as space is available, “No one is ever turned away.”
Contribute what you can.
You will receive a monthly email reminder with the latest information on the date, time and topic. The schedule can always be found on our website:
www.miraclesmagazine.org 

Future Dates:

June 8
July 13
*August — no lecture
Sept 14
Oct 12
Nov 9
Dec 14

Dr. Jon Mundy met Dr. Helen Schucman, the scribe for A Course in Miracles, in 1973. Helen introduced Jon to the Course and served as his mentor and guide till she became ill in 1980. He is the author of Living A Course in Miracles. After Return to Love by Marianne Williamson, it is currently the best-selling book based on the teaching of A Course in Miracles.

Learn moreWatch Lecture #1Resources

May 201441:30 – 4:30 pm

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