WHAT IS A COOPERATIVE?

Cooperatives Belong to Everyone. In many ways a cooperative is like any other business; but in several important ways it's unique and different. A cooperative business belongs to the people who use it—people who have organized to provide themselves with the goods and services they need. These member-owners share equally in the control of their cooperative. They meet at regular intervals, hear detailed reports, and elect directors from among themselves. The directors, in turn, hire management to handle the day-to-day affairs of the cooperative in a way that services the members' interests. Members invest in shares in the business to provide capital for a strong and efficient operation.

 

Our Mission

NU MOVEMENT’S GOAL IS TO CREATE A CENTER FOR EXPLORATION, COLLABORATION AND SPIRITUAL FUSION WITHIN THE HOLISTIC WELLNESS, PERFORMING AND VISUAL ART PRACTICES.  ALL ART EXHIBITIONS CAN BE VIEWED BY ALL THOSE ATTENDING CLASSES SEVEN DAYS A WEEK, OR BY BOOKING AN APPOINTMENT WITH EXHIBITION COORDINATOR, SHARON LOCKE (585) 732-9030


Nu Movement is an inspiring concept that not only supports local, small business but gives it’s member / instructors the ability to become entrepreneurs, create unique class concepts and redefine how wellness classes can be influenced by the Art Gallery element
— John Smith, 585 Magazine