Help Keep the Lights on and the Doors Open!
The very future of the Spacial Dynamics Institute is in jeopardy.
The extraordinary global situation surrounding the Covid 19 virus has forced us to stay at home. We are all experiencing the effects. In some moments we have enjoyed being alone and isolated; in other moments we feel limited and confined by the situation. The social distancing has kept us from our friends, families, and our communities.
The work of the Spacial Dynamics® Institute (SDI) has also experienced isolation and has been shut down since March. All level I, II, and III courses, summer programs, circuses, and core studies programs, which serve individuals from many countries, have ceased. What is more concerning is that Jaimen McMillan, the founder of Spacial Dynamics® Institute (SDI) is uncertain when and if he will be able to open the doors of the SDI again to offer courses there, and in other countries.
When people come together in the exploration of self-discovery through movement, miracles can happen. It is the warmth, reflection, and connectivity with others that launches us beyond our personal spaces. This has been happening for 35 years, all over the world, thanks to the insights and determination of Jaimen McMillan. He has helped so many people, who, in turn have helped others. It has been a viral spreading of a different kind; one that draws people together in openness, dissolves fears, and helps us become more of who we are meant to be.
Many have expressed the want, need, and desire, to return to or join this important work. Fortunately, Jaimen is holding this space in New York, that once again, personal transformations and miracles will be born.
This past weekend of June 26 - 28th was a very special occasion for Spacial Dynamics®: SDI celebrated its 35th anniversary, and its founder, Jaimen McMillan, his 70th birthday. There could, of course, have been no physical gathering, so we are reaching out to you to join us in celebrating these auspicious milestones by donating so that our international center, which has done so much for so many, can continue to thrive.
Many people like you, who believe in the value of Spacial Dynamics® and the importance of the Spacial Dynamics® Institute, have already decided to support the work. With the fundraising campaign “Keep the Lights On” the Foundation for Human Movement Studies (FHMS) raised over $50,000 with your help. We thank the FHMS and all of those who donated funds for the campaign.
That was the first step towards the re - enlightening and the re - opening of the SDI.
It will take additional efforts to ensure the home of the international Spacial Dynamics® movement can operate in the fall. We are calling on all who want to healthily move forward to help us carry the torch that has been lit. Your support is needed to ensure that this protected and peaceful space for movement and meeting one another can be filled with light and warmth when the days get shorter and the nights cooler.
Our goal is to match the $ 50.000 which has already been raised. This will enable the center to not only keep the lights on, it will open the doors for future work and learning. The Spacial Dynamics® Institute needs our help so it can offer its help to those in need.
Click here to support this work which is so needed in our world today!
SDI Bank of America Account Information
Account Name: Spacial Dynamics Institute
Account Number: 483061575573
Routing Number: 021000322
Bank of America
27 Division Street
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
For further information about the fundraising campaign contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org