NewYork-Presbyterian

NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital

1980 Crompond Road, Cortlandt Manor, New York 10567

Phone

914-737-9000

Website

nyp.org

Upcoming Events

Farmers Market

For sale from among 15 vendors participating in the season are fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, artisan baked goods, local honey, and other items. EBT/SNAP...

5/28 10:30am
The Wellness Center: Zumba

This energetic class combines Latin dance rhythms for an aerobic calorie burn--it strengthens/tones the muscles, reduces stress and gets you...

5/29 8am
The Wellness Center: Stretch & Balance

This gentle stretching class is designed to improve balance, flexibility and mobility. Directions: Ambulatory Surgery entrance located in rear of building.

5/29 9am
Ask the Doctor: Lunch and Learn Community Lecture

Dr. Shalene Badhan, Rheumatologist, NewYork-Presbyterian Medical Group Hudson Valley, will discuss symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and how to combat...

5/29 12pm
The Wellness Center: Vinyasa Flow Yoga

This style of yoga synchronizes the breath with a continuous flow of poses. All levels are welcome. Directions: Ambulatory Surgery entrance located in...

5/29 7pm

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Recent Activity

abdul moid

abdul moid left a review 4/23/2019

ijasah
Ijazah in Reading the Poem of Ad-Durrah
The three qira’aat outlined in Ad-Durrah Al-Mudhiyyah poem by Imam Al-Jazaree are min tareeq Ad-Durrah. The Durrah poem bases itself on the Shatibiyyah, and uses some of the basic rules from Ash-Shatibiyyah. It cannot be studied without having a thorough understanding of the Shatiybiyyah poem and the rules for each qaari’ outlined in the poem. One getting an ijaazah in the 10 qira’aat uses the rules outlined in both the Shatibiyyah and the Durrah.

The Tareeq At-Tayyibah is all the ten qira’aat, each with all the different authentic turuq (plural of tareeq). Some ways of reading have 50 tareeq, others more, others less. These turuq were outlined by Imam Al-Jazaree first in his book, An-Nashr fil-qira’aat al-‘ashr, then in the poem “Tayyibatu-n-Nashr”. These are often referred to as: Al-‘Ashara Al-Kubraa and is a very intensive study. There are very few shuyookh (plural of sheikh) left that have ijaazah in Al-‘Ashara Al-Kubraa, may Allah keep them all safe and help the Muslims in learning and preserving this great knowledge.
https://www.onlinequranteachers.com/course/ijazah-in-ad-durrah/

Eugenia Yu

Eugenia Yu left a positive review 5/1/2018

This was the best class we have taken during our pregnancy. Sonia was extremely knowledgable and supportive --we left the class wishing we had a few more hours to just sit and listen to her. It also made us feel more assured to be having our baby at this hospital because of the kind of support and open attitude they have towards supporting new families, whatever way they choose for themselves.

Tynelle Boothe

Tynelle Boothe left a positive review 4/13/2018

I love having this as a resource, each baby is different and its great having access to lactation consultants to answer questions.

Geri Robinson

Geri Robinson left a positive review 3/3/2018

It was a great class. I look forward to attending the next one.