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tango
Thursday, April 30, 2015 - 8:11pm

1,2,3 ready for FUNtango 
Mondays 6 – 7 pm  May 4, 11, 18 in 2015
with Jean Fung

I invite you to experience Twist-Agility!
A class in Posture, Balance and Twistability: Re-new, Re-fresh, Re-Set  for Spring. Celebrating International Feldenkrais Week.

Improving TWISTING & TURNING and everyday life. Think sensuous ochos and giros in tango….

A weekly Effortless FUNtango, Re-wire your brain to move more effortlessly  how through your day, Staying Young & Fit no-matter what your age. This exercise class that gives you keys of a lifetime for improving your posture, connection, balance and twist-ability. Each weeks class is different and the effects are cumulative. Refine and enhance your social dancing. These simple exercises, have profound benefits, and are based on the Feldenkrais Method®. Many exercise will done on floor or chair, use our mat or bring your own.

…"I took Jean's Feldenkrais class because I was feeling off kilter from the Winter we were having….the heavy boots, unable to articulate my feet in them, the weight on my knees, all the added layers and  baggage, and the extra weight on my shoulders all had me feeling as though I needed to reconnect with my body alignment.  Jean's class allowed me to do just that. I did not realize just how much and where I was holding onto tension.  And, if that were not enough already;  the extra benefit was to be able to take that same mind/body connection and bring it to the dance floor and trust my skeletal structure to move more freely and efficiently"  

P.S.     Jean: Thanks for the revelation that so much awareness could come from such subtle movement !!  You must have seen the smiles of recognition and discovery cross my face in class while I lay with my eyes closed as you guided me through this exploration and journey of my own bodily structure.  I so enjoyed it..  !!!

A BIG "FREE FLOATING RIB" HUG TO YOU"  — Doris C.

Best effects from taking series, but drop-ins welcome. Invest in yourself, $20 per class, or prepay by May 1 $55 for series via PayPal funtango.jean@gmail.com , cash at door to Jean Fung, GCFT®

Also available for private lessons in Tango/Feldenkrais
1+267.625.6678 (cel)
REGISTER: prepay via PayPal funtango.jean@gmail.com OR  cash at door to Jean Fung (call ahead leave message/text)
Questions, Jean Fung 267.625.6678  or email: funtango.jean@gmail.com

http://funtangojean.wix.com/funtango-now
https://www.facebook.com/JeansFUNtango
@jeanfuntango

 

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May 4, 11, 18, 2015Mondays6 – 7 pm
Jean Fung
Thursday, April 30, 2015 - 8:11pm

1,2,3 ready for FUNtango 
Mondays 6 – 7 pm  May 4, 11, 18 in 2015
with Jean Fung

I invite you to experience Twist-Agility!
A class in Posture, Balance and Twistability: Re-new, Re-fresh, Re-Set  for Spring. Celebrating International Feldenkrais Week.

Improving TWISTING & TURNING and everyday life. Think sensuous ochos and giros in tango….

A weekly Effortless FUNtango, Re-wire your brain to move more effortlessly  how through your day, Staying Young & Fit no-matter what your age. This exercise class that gives you keys of a lifetime for improving your posture, connection, balance and twist-ability. Each weeks class is different and the effects are cumulative. Refine and enhance your social dancing. These simple exercises, have profound benefits, and are based on the Feldenkrais Method®. Many exercise will done on floor or chair, use our mat or bring your own.

…"I took Jean's Feldenkrais class because I was feeling off kilter from the Winter we were having….the heavy boots, unable to articulate my feet in them, the weight on my knees, all the added layers and  baggage, and the extra weight on my shoulders all had me feeling as though I needed to reconnect with my body alignment.  Jean's class allowed me to do just that. I did not realize just how much and where I was holding onto tension.  And, if that were not enough already;  the extra benefit was to be able to take that same mind/body connection and bring it to the dance floor and trust my skeletal structure to move more freely and efficiently"  

P.S.     Jean: Thanks for the revelation that so much awareness could come from such subtle movement !!  You must have seen the smiles of recognition and discovery cross my face in class while I lay with my eyes closed as you guided me through this exploration and journey of my own bodily structure.  I so enjoyed it..  !!!

A BIG "FREE FLOATING RIB" HUG TO YOU"  — Doris C.

Best effects from taking series, but drop-ins welcome. Invest in yourself, $20 per class, or prepay by May 1 $55 for series via PayPal funtango.jean@gmail.com , cash at door to Jean Fung, GCFT®

Also available for private lessons in Tango/Feldenkrais
1+267.625.6678 (cel)
REGISTER: prepay via PayPal funtango.jean@gmail.com OR  cash at door to Jean Fung (call ahead leave message/text)
Questions, Jean Fung 267.625.6678  or email: funtango.jean@gmail.com

http://funtangojean.wix.com/funtango-now
https://www.facebook.com/JeansFUNtango
@jeanfuntango

 

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May 4, 11, 18, 2015Mondays6 – 7 pm
tango
Thursday, April 30, 2015 - 7:18pm

1,2,3 ready for FUNtango 
Friays 7:30 – 9 pm  
with Jean Fung 

YES! It’s S P R I N G !
Come celebrate put spring in your tango,

Couples Only, must bring a partner, Level Adv Beginner -Intermediate. Playing with the  Ins and out of Turns;  this 3-session series begins Fri May 8.
 REGISTER by May 4 via Paypal to funtango.jean@gmail.com $75/person standard.  Early-bird SAVE if pre-register by 5/5/15 at only $68/person

"Jean Fung is a wonderful teacher. If not for her patience I would never have lasted in tango. She is an inspiration!" — Linda A.

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May 2015Fridays7:30 – 9 pm
Jean Fung
Thursday, April 30, 2015 - 7:18pm

1,2,3 ready for FUNtango 
Friays 7:30 – 9 pm  
with Jean Fung 

YES! It’s S P R I N G !
Come celebrate put spring in your tango,

Couples Only, must bring a partner, Level Adv Beginner -Intermediate. Playing with the  Ins and out of Turns;  this 3-session series begins Fri May 8.
 REGISTER by May 4 via Paypal to funtango.jean@gmail.com $75/person standard.  Early-bird SAVE if pre-register by 5/5/15 at only $68/person

"Jean Fung is a wonderful teacher. If not for her patience I would never have lasted in tango. She is an inspiration!" — Linda A.

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May 2015Fridays7:30 – 9 pm
Guest Event (not organized by CRS)
Thursday, April 30, 2015 - 7:18pm

1,2,3 ready for FUNtango 
Friays 7:30 – 9 pm  
with Jean Fung 

YES! It’s S P R I N G !
Come celebrate put spring in your tango,

Couples Only, must bring a partner, Level Adv Beginner -Intermediate. Playing with the  Ins and out of Turns;  this 3-session series begins Fri May 8.
 REGISTER by May 4 via Paypal to funtango.jean@gmail.com $75/person standard.  Early-bird SAVE if pre-register by 5/5/15 at only $68/person

"Jean Fung is a wonderful teacher. If not for her patience I would never have lasted in tango. She is an inspiration!" — Linda A.

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May 2015Fridays7:30 – 9 pm
Romi and Soli
Saturday, May 2, 2015 - 5:13pm

CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing) presents an intimate evening of R&B by Akiko Togo and original Brazilian music by Romi and Soli on Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $15.

About Akiko Togo

Akiko Togo (vocal & piano) was born on Kikai Island, which is a small island located south of the main Japanese islands. She started to play music when she was four years old. She was influenced by classical, jazz, soul, R&B and her island's folk music. She has toured Japan numerous in support of her debut album, "Home Sweet Home," which was released on April 18, 2013. She's now visiting New York to further her musical exploration.
http://akiko-togo.com

Akiko Togo

東郷晶子「hokoko Blog」 http://ameblo.jp/aki-bell/
Facebook(プライベート)   http://www.facebook.com/togo.akiko
Youtube  https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=東郷晶子

 

Romi and Soli mix a variety of styles of Brazil’s most celebrated music:  samba, baião and bossa-nova. The songs that they will be playing are all originals.

Soli – Vocal, Guitar
Romi – Keyboard

Soli is a singer–song–writer/producer from Bahia, Brazil. He sings lyrics in both Portuguese and English on top of his guitar accompaniment, combining different rhythm patterns from Brazil including Baião. He loves to freely fuse many styles of music for lifting up the spirits.
*Baião is a traditional style of music in north-east Brazil. 

Romi is a pianist/composer from Japan. She's performed in Japan and the US with various ensembles. She has also worked as producer/engineer in the music/recording industry. She holds a BA in Piano from Kunitachi College of Music and a MA in music composition from Queens College.

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May 201530 7:30 pm
CRS Presents
Saturday, May 2, 2015 - 5:13pm

CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing) presents an intimate evening of R&B by Akiko Togo and original Brazilian music by Romi and Soli on Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $15.

About Akiko Togo

Akiko Togo (vocal & piano) was born on Kikai Island, which is a small island located south of the main Japanese islands. She started to play music when she was four years old. She was influenced by classical, jazz, soul, R&B and her island's folk music. She has toured Japan numerous in support of her debut album, "Home Sweet Home," which was released on April 18, 2013. She's now visiting New York to further her musical exploration.
http://akiko-togo.com

Akiko Togo

東郷晶子「hokoko Blog」 http://ameblo.jp/aki-bell/
Facebook(プライベート)   http://www.facebook.com/togo.akiko
Youtube  https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=東郷晶子

 

Romi and Soli mix a variety of styles of Brazil’s most celebrated music:  samba, baião and bossa-nova. The songs that they will be playing are all originals.

Soli – Vocal, Guitar
Romi – Keyboard

Soli is a singer–song–writer/producer from Bahia, Brazil. He sings lyrics in both Portuguese and English on top of his guitar accompaniment, combining different rhythm patterns from Brazil including Baião. He loves to freely fuse many styles of music for lifting up the spirits.
*Baião is a traditional style of music in north-east Brazil. 

Romi is a pianist/composer from Japan. She's performed in Japan and the US with various ensembles. She has also worked as producer/engineer in the music/recording industry. She holds a BA in Piano from Kunitachi College of Music and a MA in music composition from Queens College.

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May 201530 7:30 pm
ACIM
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 - 8:52pm

For the next 4 weeks let's practice receiving and sharing spiritual guidance from the voice of love inside our minds. 

We'll begin each session with a guided meditation to prepare our minds to connect with our inner guide. Then we'll practice asking for and receiving guidance for ourselves and one another.

There is a suggested donation of $20, and class may run past 9 pm depending on the number of people attending and amount of discussion.

Our primary goal is to learn to recognize the voice of love's guidance that is always available to us — but which we usually block out! Slowly, we will re-train our eyes to see the world around us as one that is always presenting opportunities for us to give and receive love.

Feel free to bring in specific issues that you would like to receive guidance about!

This class is appropriate for beginners and for advanced students. It's kind of like going to gym — no matter your fitness level, practice is the key to growth.

Familiarity with the Course or experience with meditation or improvisation is not required. All that is required is a sense of curiosity and a willingness to explore and play!

Students of the Course will appreciate this class as a lab for developing our ability to dialog with the Holy Spirit (the Course’s name for the inner voice or guide who also speaks from the point of view of the thought system that recognizes that only love exists). That said, familiarity with the Course is not required. Believing in "God" or familiarity with the concept of an "inner voice" is not even required. All that is required is a sense of curiosity and a willingness to explore and play.

Christopher PelhamInstructor Christopher Pelham is the Director and a co-founder of CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing). He balances his time between overseeing the growth and health of the CRS community, producing arts/cultural/educational events at the Center, and working as a CRS Healer and student and teacher of A Course in Miracles. He has previously also worked in educational publishing and as a web designer, writer/editor, actor (most notably for several seasons with Doris Duke Impact Award Winner Johnny Simons at the Hip Pocket Theatre in Ft. Worth, TX and with artists Richard Bach, Harold Lehmann, and Lake Simons in NYC), producer and videographer. He graduated from Duke University in 1991 with a degree in English. In addition to studying ACIM off and on with Yasuko Kasaki since 2003, he studied the Spiritual Psychology of Acting with London-based teacher John Osborne Hughes and Jay Johnstone-based Improvisation with the late Gloria Maddox.

 

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May 6 – 27, 2015Wednesdays8 – 9 pm
ACIM Event
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 - 8:52pm

For the next 4 weeks let's practice receiving and sharing spiritual guidance from the voice of love inside our minds. 

We'll begin each session with a guided meditation to prepare our minds to connect with our inner guide. Then we'll practice asking for and receiving guidance for ourselves and one another.

There is a suggested donation of $20, and class may run past 9 pm depending on the number of people attending and amount of discussion.

Our primary goal is to learn to recognize the voice of love's guidance that is always available to us — but which we usually block out! Slowly, we will re-train our eyes to see the world around us as one that is always presenting opportunities for us to give and receive love.

Feel free to bring in specific issues that you would like to receive guidance about!

This class is appropriate for beginners and for advanced students. It's kind of like going to gym — no matter your fitness level, practice is the key to growth.

Familiarity with the Course or experience with meditation or improvisation is not required. All that is required is a sense of curiosity and a willingness to explore and play!

Students of the Course will appreciate this class as a lab for developing our ability to dialog with the Holy Spirit (the Course’s name for the inner voice or guide who also speaks from the point of view of the thought system that recognizes that only love exists). That said, familiarity with the Course is not required. Believing in "God" or familiarity with the concept of an "inner voice" is not even required. All that is required is a sense of curiosity and a willingness to explore and play.

Christopher PelhamInstructor Christopher Pelham is the Director and a co-founder of CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing). He balances his time between overseeing the growth and health of the CRS community, producing arts/cultural/educational events at the Center, and working as a CRS Healer and student and teacher of A Course in Miracles. He has previously also worked in educational publishing and as a web designer, writer/editor, actor (most notably for several seasons with Doris Duke Impact Award Winner Johnny Simons at the Hip Pocket Theatre in Ft. Worth, TX and with artists Richard Bach, Harold Lehmann, and Lake Simons in NYC), producer and videographer. He graduated from Duke University in 1991 with a degree in English. In addition to studying ACIM off and on with Yasuko Kasaki since 2003, he studied the Spiritual Psychology of Acting with London-based teacher John Osborne Hughes and Jay Johnstone-based Improvisation with the late Gloria Maddox.

 

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May 6 – 27, 2015Wednesdays8 – 9 pm
Christopher Pelham
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 - 8:52pm

For the next 4 weeks let's practice receiving and sharing spiritual guidance from the voice of love inside our minds. 

We'll begin each session with a guided meditation to prepare our minds to connect with our inner guide. Then we'll practice asking for and receiving guidance for ourselves and one another.

There is a suggested donation of $20, and class may run past 9 pm depending on the number of people attending and amount of discussion.

Our primary goal is to learn to recognize the voice of love's guidance that is always available to us — but which we usually block out! Slowly, we will re-train our eyes to see the world around us as one that is always presenting opportunities for us to give and receive love.

Feel free to bring in specific issues that you would like to receive guidance about!

This class is appropriate for beginners and for advanced students. It's kind of like going to gym — no matter your fitness level, practice is the key to growth.

Familiarity with the Course or experience with meditation or improvisation is not required. All that is required is a sense of curiosity and a willingness to explore and play!

Students of the Course will appreciate this class as a lab for developing our ability to dialog with the Holy Spirit (the Course’s name for the inner voice or guide who also speaks from the point of view of the thought system that recognizes that only love exists). That said, familiarity with the Course is not required. Believing in "God" or familiarity with the concept of an "inner voice" is not even required. All that is required is a sense of curiosity and a willingness to explore and play.

Christopher PelhamInstructor Christopher Pelham is the Director and a co-founder of CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing). He balances his time between overseeing the growth and health of the CRS community, producing arts/cultural/educational events at the Center, and working as a CRS Healer and student and teacher of A Course in Miracles. He has previously also worked in educational publishing and as a web designer, writer/editor, actor (most notably for several seasons with Doris Duke Impact Award Winner Johnny Simons at the Hip Pocket Theatre in Ft. Worth, TX and with artists Richard Bach, Harold Lehmann, and Lake Simons in NYC), producer and videographer. He graduated from Duke University in 1991 with a degree in English. In addition to studying ACIM off and on with Yasuko Kasaki since 2003, he studied the Spiritual Psychology of Acting with London-based teacher John Osborne Hughes and Jay Johnstone-based Improvisation with the late Gloria Maddox.

 

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May 6 – 27, 2015Wednesdays8 – 9 pm

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