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September 21, 2018Resident-artist Maiko Hata and guests will perform Jazz Live at the historic Kirkland building 2 Main St. Kingston NY 12401 Maiko who was born in Osaka and grew up in a small town in »
September 20, 2018Resident-artist Michael Bisio invites fellow musicians Hui Cox and Michael Wimberly to The Lace Mill, 165 Cornell St., on September 22 from 4pm-6pm. Experience "Live Jazz" in an intimate »
September 11, 2018"By exchanging the art of medicine for the medicine of art, O+ empowers communities to take control of their collective well-being." O+ Festival We're honored to be a part of O+ Festival »
July 18, 2018Since Hurricane Irene’s record flooding in August 2011 which decimated downstream river communities throughout the region, Prattsville has been in flux, rebuilding slowly and steadily. Now, the »
April 2, 20182017. A turbulent time for healthcare and other social services affected by the recent presidential election. Financial cuts in Planned Parenthood and PBS may disrupt access to birth control and »
January 12, 2018The first series of apartments are coming online February 1 in Newburgh's historic East End. Be the first to live in these newly renovated rentals in a five-block radius just off Broadway on »
The Kirkland, 2 Main Street, Kingston NY 12401
This second of two class meetings includes a segment on legal issues around home purchasing and ownership, realtor relationships, Home Energy assessments for your home and funding available through NYSERDA to implement energy efficiency upgrades, and The Big Day: preparing for closing.
This three-hour session places you on the path to homeownership and is required if you are seeking grant assistance through RUPCO and certain banks.
Cost is $99 for the two-part series.
These classes are sponsored in part by RUPCO, NeighborWorks America and local banks.
Food and refreshments will be served.
Please RSVP to Daniela (845) 331-9860 ext. 220 or sign up online at rupco.neighborworkscompass.org/trainingcenter
Expect Lecture, Breath, Mantra + Movement before going deep into the Sound Current of the Gong. You may relax on your back, in a chair or sit and meditate. All are Welcome, All Ages, Genders + Levels of practice. This is an experience. Bring a blanket or pillow to sit on if you can.
Kundalini Yoga is a fast transportation system. It combines physical exercises, breathing techniques, mantra, sound, and meditation. It allows you to move quickly out of spaces that are not serving you. It gives you the energy and experience that you are stronger than you think you are.
Practicing this technology from the very first time brings a sense of well-being, happiness, and healthiness. Anyone can practice this technology. If you are breathing you can practice some form of this Yoga. It is a safe, complete way to reach your higher consciousness. Kundalini Yoga raises the frequency of the individual, thus helping to raise the vibration of the planet. When you are vibrating at a high frequency, you start to raise the frequency of others around you, your family and friends. When your vibration is high you attract other high vibrations and frequencies. Negative thoughts, actions or situations start to dispel. Then all of a sudden you are in a new location, a happier, healthier location. Kundalini Yoga awakens the power within you to Excel and Fulfill your destiny. This is a system that was built for the householder, for people who want jobs, families and social lives. It is very efficient, effective and rewarding. The changes you want to happen in your life happen quickly when practicing Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. Enjoy. Sat Nam.
So much of the musical and artistic lifestyle involves repetitive motions and postures that can lead to chronic conditions over time such as back, shoulder and neck pain as well as inflammatory conditions in the hands and wrists. Learn simple and effective yogic techniques to stretch out the upper body that you can do in between sets, during your writing break and in between brush strokes on a daily basis.
Lace Mill resident-artist Charlotte Tusch shares with Spectrum News how affordable housing as impacted her life as a senior; Joseph Czajka, Patter for Progress, expands on why that need is at crisis levels in the Hudson Valley.
Newburgh: Building Community One Home at a Time
RUPCO and partners Newburgh Community Land Bank, Safe Harbors of the Hudson, the City of Newburgh and NYS Homes & Community Renewal focus on the change at hand for the historic East End.
First Name Jogger,
Last Name John
Supportive housing is the solution for Jogger John, Woodstock Commons resident. View his life’s journey in this short-form documentary by Kayleigh Griffith and Claudia Canales.
Safe & Sound in Fallsburg
With the help of NeighborWorks America, RUPCO put its $128,500 to work. Watch this inspirational story.
RUPCO’s HOPWA program has given Steve S. a place to call home. Read Steve’s inspirational story.
RUPCO has allowed Avigayil to live comfortably, without compromise. Read Avigayil’s inspirational story.
RUPCO has opened many doors for Gabriel. Read Gabriel’s inspirational story.
Step by Step, RUPCO’s FSS program helps people build lives. Read Theresa’s inspirational story.