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  • Re:ab Pilates

    33 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012
    212-420-9111

    http://www.reabnyc.com Consider a "class card" arrangementa10 classes for $200aat Brook Siler's elegantly rustic Re:ab Pilates facility. Siler, a second-generation athlete who's over six feet tall, has written a bestselling book called The Pilates Body and developed an interactive Pilates Body Kit (St. Martin's Press, $22.95) containing two CDs, 70 flash cards, and a 64-page workbook so you can follow up at home. But the real deal is a class with her, where you'll learn how to control your "power center"athe elusive gut muscles that are crucial to good posture, back strength, and general physical functioning. Her staff offers circuit training combining cardio machines with mat work, an efficient process that gets you in and out in barely an hour. But you may find you don't want to leave: The locker rooms offer plush towels, showers, and the amenities of upscale clubs. More >>

  • Recreation Center 59

    533 W. 59th St. New York, NY 10019
    212-397-3159

    http://www.nycgovparks.org Equipped with a pool and a fitness room, the main emphasis of this midtown community recreation center is fitness. Recreation 59 is generally frequented by the kinds of people who work in midtown and they bring along their kids to learn to swim. 59as focus on pool usage means that members can access the pool up until 10 p.m. The schedule is detailed and strict so check online first or phone ahead before you turn up out of the blue wanting to swim. More >>

  • Reebok Sports Club

    160 Columbus New York, NY 10023
    212-362-6800

    http://www.mpsportsclub.com

  • Reforming New York

    130 W. 42nd St. New York, NY 10036
    212-569-7769

    http://www.pilatesreformingny.com/reformingny/index.php When you donat need fresh jasmine-scented terry towels handed to you every time you break a sweat (as you get in other midtown spas), give this no-nonsense Pilates studio a shot. Minimalist changing stalls and showers are some of the only amenities, but the workouts are long and thorough, and not as pricey as neighboring studios. Student and professional rates are available. More >>

  • Renfrew Center of New York

    12 Floor New York, NY 10016
    212-685-6856

    http://www.renfrewcenter.com This offshoot of the Philadelphia clinic, the nation's first freestanding facility dedicated to treating eating disorders, offers outpatient services such as therapist-led support groups and young-adult psychotherapy groups. More >>

  • Research Across America

    635 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-751-3242

  • Revolution Eyes

    82 W. Broadway New York, NY 10007
    212-608-1111

  • Rust Auditorium North Shore University Hospital

    400 Community Drive Manhasset, NY 11030
    516-562-3054

    http://www.northshorelij.com

  • Ryan / Chelsea-Clinton Community Health Center

    645 10th Ave. New York, NY 10036
    212-265-4500

    http://www.ryancenter.org The multilingual staff at William Ryan provides dental, mental, HIV, radiology, geriatric, adult, and pediatric care on a sliding scale; of the 35,000 patients a year who come to the clinic, more than half are uninsured. Last year, the center received a $285,000 relief grant to offer counseling to relatives and friends of 9-11 victims. More >>

  • Ryan-NENA Community Health Center

    279 E. Third St. New York, NY 10009
    212-477-8500

    http://www.ryancenter.org The multilingual staff at William Ryan provides dental, mental, HIV, radiology, geriatric, adult, and pediatric care on a sliding scale; of the 35,000 patients a year who come to the clinic, more than half are uninsured. Last year, the center received a $285,000 relief grant to offer counseling to relatives and friends of 9-11 victims. More >>

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