Receptive Giving LLC is described as an art, design and yoga studio that focuses primarily on intuition and meditation to provide carefully curated experiences.
On Friday, July 30, Mayor Michael Newhard, Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Michael Johndrow and Chamber members joined founder Katy Melendez, her family and friends to celebrate the opening of her new studio at 24 Main St. with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The studio is located above Frazzleberries. The main entrance is to the right of Frazzleberries with access via a one-flight walk-up.
Melendez explained that from yoga classes to custom branding, she leads a team of creatives that offer their innate wisdom and natural talents to clients and students.
“They believe in balancing the masculine and feminine aspects within each of us to increase sensitivity and awareness of subtle energies,” said Melendez. “This awareness heightens their ability to connect with clients and students on a deeper level.”
Receptive Giving Studios embodies wholeness and wellness. The studio offers weekly yoga classes, including a Half-Priced Happy Hour class on Fridays at 6 p.m. to kick-off the weekend and provide an affordable option to the community.
“You may recognize names on the schedule, as the studio consists of seasoned teachers who have been a part of the community for several years,” she said. “They look forward to hosting more art and yoga events this fall to bring people together in harmony.”.
Melendez, has been running her own graphic design and illustration business since 2015. And you can expect to see her artwork and designs hanging on the walls at the studio.
She specializes in branding design, with services in graphic design, illustration, website design, and digital marketing. .
For additional information and to reach Melendez and her team visit receptivegiving.com.
- Roger Gavan