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Laura Day, bestselling author of “Practical Intuition,” “The Circle: How the Power of a Single Wish Can Change Your Life” and “Welcome To Your Crisis,” will lead a healing circle at The Exercise Studio, 2073 86th Street, May 16 at 7 p.m. This will mark her first appearance in Bensonhurst.

Day, whose global clientele includes scientists, business executives and other professionals, as well as Hollywood celebrities such as Jennifer Aniston and Demi Moore, will share her gifts as an intuitive guide and healer with the Exercise Studio’s community.

Her healing circle is part of a year of spectacular events, which the studio has lined up to mark its 25th anniversary as Brooklyn’s premier fitness and yoga center.

“We are thrilled to be the host of this wonderful, gifted individual,” said Millie Miraglia, The Exercise Studio’s founder and director. “Laura Day has spent more than two decades training thousands of people all over the world to use the power of crisis to create their dreams. You can only imagine how amazing her presentation will be when she comes to The Exercise Studio.”

Because seating is limited, anyone who plans to attend the Laura Day presentation should register early, Miraglia advised.

Day speaks regularly in the United States and abroad and has appeared in numerous publications and on television, including on CNN, The View, and The Oprah Winfrey Show.

“Intuition isn’t mystical, it’s logical. There is no secret here,” she said. “We have innate abilities, already developed, that allow us to understand ourselves, others and our environment. All we need to do is realize and refine this talent to help reach our greatest potential and create joy, success and healing in our lives and our communities.”

For more, and/or to register for Laura Day’s presentation, e-mail, call 718-373-3747, or go to

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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