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Lisa Levine Trades Beautifying Brooklynites' Bodies for Beautifying their Souls

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When jewelry designer Lisa Levine closed her shop on Metropolitan Avenue and Lorimer Street in Williamsburg about two weeks ago, she didn't tell fans where she was going—just that she was off to pursue something new. Today, the mystery was solved: Levine is swapping jewelry in Williamsburg for yoga and reiki massage in Greenpoint. "We have opened a space for healing, meditation, yoga and creativity," she writes in the newsletter for her store. "I myself have fallen in love with the healing arts and am working with Reiki, massage and other modalities. It is something that has always been in my life but will now be more in the center." The center is called Innerevolution, and it's at 97 Green Street, just off Franklin Street.
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