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JM Kennedy is devoted to numerous forms of sensual and energetic dancing, offering both basic and advanced pole dancing classes for fledgling and veteran students. In a basic pole class ($25 value), aspiring masters of the vertical bar will learn ten basic pole steps that contribute to a powerful core and toned extremities, which will also put you in terrific shape for future shadow-puppet theatre performances. You'll feel your muscles tighten and flex every time you walk by a pole on the street and it looks back at you with those cold, doubtful eyes. Climb the heights to physical empowerment and discover that a pole can be decorated by much more than barber stripes and yard-sale signs.

461 Main Street
Pawtucket,
RI
US

I am a jewelry designer who travels to markets and bazaars around the world to find objects to rework into jewelry, from cast antique French lace to ancient Tibetan keys. I also make cocktail rings that feature untreated semi-precious gemstones chosen for their positive "properties," like ant-aging, love and happiness.

1005 Main Street
Pawtucket,
RI
US

Massage and wellness therapies, customized to meet your individual pain management needs and to increase relaxation and decrease stress. Mobile massage is offered throughout RI and southern MA.

212 Glenwood Avenue
Pawtucket,
RI
US

We are a small family run Hardware Store. We have been in business for over 90 years serving our local area. We are in our fourth generation of family involvement. We carry anything from Paint, Electrical, Plumbing, Hand Tools, and Power Tools plus much much more !

837 Central Ave
Pawtucket,
RI
US

Established: 2000
Reservations/Appointments: Recommended
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Average Duration of Services: 1–2 hours
Pro Tip: Come watch a class, ask questions, and observe the style of Aikido and culture of our dojo.
Handicap Accessible: No
Parking: Parking lot
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Aikido Martial Arts Classes
Recommended Age Group: All Ages

Q&A with Adult Student and Teacher In Youth Program

Apart from your business's main attraction, do you offer any "hidden" services or activities that visitors are always delighted to learn about?
In additional to our regular one hour classes for kids and adults, we periodically hold seminars with multiple classes, featuring visiting instructors for adult seminars and special games and origami for the kids' seminars. Our kids are often thrilled when one of our regular one hour classes ends with an Aikido inspired versions of tag, dodge ball, and more.

I'm a first-timer. How do you get me ready for the experience?
The only pressure you should put on yourself to learn and progress is to attend practice regularly, pay attention, and have fun. The instructors and teaching methods will take care of the rest. Aikido is a true martial art where you can continue to learn, grow, and progress for as long as you practice. Beginners practice safely along with experienced students and can join at any time. There are no competitions in Aikido, as students learn to practice cooperatively in a common pursuit of self-development.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We are very fortunate to receive instruction from one of the most senior ranking Aikido instructors in the United States, David Halprin, 7th degree black belt. David Halprin's primary teacher, Mitsunari Kanai, was part of the last group of live-in students under the founder of Aikido, Ueshiba Morihei (or "O-Sensei" to Aikido practitioners, meaning "Great Teacher"). Since Aikido is best learned through dedicated practice and guided instruction, we consider our direct lineage to the founder of Aikido to be a strong asset in maintaining high standards and authentic techniques, true to the founders teachings.

545 Pawtucket Avenue
Pawtucket,
RI
US

Before the invention of modern nautical technology, sudden storms, dense fog, and strong currents provided a challenge for even the most seasoned sailors. These treacherous conditions proved insurmountable for many navigating the waters surrounding Nantucket, dashing vessels against the shoals and sinking more than 700 ships over the centuries. So many wrecks began to fill the floor of the waters around Nantucket Island that the area was referred to as "a graveyard of the Atlantic."

The Nantucket Shipwreck & Lifesaving Museum honors the bravery of the local islanders—often members of organizations such as the Massachusetts Humane Society, United States Life-Saving Service, and the United States Coast Guard—who placed their own lives in danger by attempting to rescue the crews stranded aboard sinking ships. The museum's permanent collection, which consists of more than 5,000 pieces, gives guests an opportunity to learn more about these individuals' heroic efforts.

In addition to vintage photographs and exhibits recounting famous shipwrecks and the ensuing rescue attempts, the museum also features period artifacts that helped save lives. Additionally, the museum is a great place to take a bike ride or picnic on the beautiful grounds with views of the water.

4 Winter Street
Nantucket,
MA
US

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