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Up to 20% off Classes!
Membership brings you even more benefits with free admission to our
Members Only Events. Each month our Members enjoy our popular Full Moon Circles, as well as our new ’O’ Lounge with live music happening on the third Saturday evening of each month, an inspiring place to hang out with friends or meet new people.
Become a Member and enjoy these free events listed below.
$55 for Students/Seniors** (age 65) with valid ID
Eligibility: two people at the same address
Patron Circle: SILVER
All Individual benefits plus:
All Seeker benefits plus:
All Enthusiast benefits plus:
Patron Circle: GOLD
All Idealist benefits plus:
All Visionary benefits plus:
For more information on our annual or monthly levels of membership, gift memberships, or gifts made in honor of a loved one, please contact: Andrea Lomanto at (212) 219-2527, ext. 101, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The New York Open Center is a 501 (c) (3) status non-profit organization. When making a contribution, kindly let us know if you are associated with a matching gift program through your employer.
The Open Center gratefully acknowledges all of our past and present Members. Special thanks to Eli Gindi, Sitara Kohli, Susan Lee, Michael Mulligan, Denise Phillips, Alfred Sayegh, Lesley Soo, Selena Soo, Christopher Stewart and Rebecca Yeh for their generous support.
Special Events Free for Open Center Members
The full moon has long been a source of great power and mystery. Beautifully illuminating the night sky, our closest celestial neighbor gives us the opportunity to set positive intentions and initiate balance in mind, body, and spirit. It is an ideal time of the month to manifest change. As we create sacred space, we foster inner awakening and renewal.
A luminous space is restorative and nurturing—a place that inspires us, helps us achieve our goals, and ignites our personal power. In her book Creating Luminous Spaces, Maureen Calamia shares her groundbreaking method using feng shui and biophilic design to achieve greater harmony in our lives.
“Death kept showing up,” says filmmaker Cathy Zheutlin. “So I picked up a camera to document my friends with terminal illnesses, and sought the advice of a death walker and Aboriginal elder in Australia. Now death prompts my conversations with my beloved 91-year-old mom, regarding her wishes at the end of life.” The film Living While Dying is a wholehearted look at vulnerability and courage as baby boomers reclaim conscious dying.