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122 Lawnview Dr, Braintree, MA 02184    781-8435874    781-8493143    781-8498224   

814 52Nd St, Cape Coral, FL 33914    239-9453542    941-9453542    781-8498224   

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Company: Open doors power yoga studios Address: 65 Washington St, Weymouth, MA 02188 Phones: 781-3353090 Position: Owner Industries: Amusement and Recreation Services

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Owner

Location:
122 Lawnview Dr, Braintree, MA 02184
Industry:
Health, Wellness And Fitness
Work:
Hypnomeditations.org
Co-Creator
Open Doors
Owner
Education:
New England School of Acupuncture 1980 - 1982
University of Massachusetts Boston
Bachelors, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science
Skills:
Wellness, Wellbeing, Holistic Health, Wellness Coaching, Public Speaking, Relaxation, Fitness, Healing, Reiki, Nutrition, Meditation, Stress Management, Yoga, Energy Healing, Lifestyle, Coaching, Yoga Instructor, Energy Healer, Psychic Reader, Entrepreneurship, Personal Development, Personal Training, Relaxation Techniques, Nutritional Counseling, Hypnomeditation
Interests:
Exercise
Sweepstakes
Home Improvement
Reading
Gourmet Cooking
Sports
Food
Home Decoration
Health
Cooking
Electronics
Sewing
Crafts
Fitness
Music
Dogs
Movies
Collecting
Medicine
Diet
Woodwork
Travel
Investing
Traveling
International Traavel
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Location:
United States

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Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Richard Lanza
Owner
Open Doors Power Yoga Studios
Amusement and Recreation Services
65 Washington St, Weymouth, MA 02188
Website: opendoors7.com
Richard Lanza
Owner
Open Doors
Gift, Novelty, and Souvenir Shops
395 Washington St # A, Braintree, MA 02184
Richard Lanza
President
OPEN DOORS POWER YOGA STUDIO, INC Braintree, MA 02184
Richard M. Lanza
President, Owner
RICHARD LANZA'S OPEN DOORS, INC 395A Washington St, Braintree, MA 02184
395 Washington St, Braintree, MA 02184
122 Lawnvbiew Dr, Braintree, MA 02184
781-8438224, 781-8438629
Richard M. Lanza
Treasurer
OPEN DOORS SCHOOL OF ENERGY HEALING, INC 395 Washington St, Braintree, MA 02184
122 Lawnview Dr Braintree Ma 02184 Usa<Br/>122 Lawnview Dr, Braintree, MA 02184
Richard Lanza
Real property
OPEN DOORS YOGA FRANCHISING, LLC 395-A Washington St, Braintree, MA 02184
Massachusetts 02104
Richard Lanza
Chief Executive Officer, Owner
Open Doors Power Yoga Studios 65 Washington St, Weymouth, MA 02188
781-3353090
Richard Allan Lanza LORAIN COUNTY A.I.D.S. TASK FORCE

Publications

Us Patents

Coded Aperture Imaging

US Patent:
6737652, May 18, 2004
Filed:
Sep 28, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/966357
Inventors:
Richard C. Lanza - Brookline MA
Roberto Accorsi - St. Davids PA
Francesca Gasparini - Milan, IT
Assignee:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge MA
International Classification:
G01T 1164
US Classification:
25036306, 250237 R
Abstract:
Improved systems and methods for coded aperture imaging of radiation-emitting sources. According to one aspect, the present invention is directed to reducing and/or eliminating the artifacts that are inherent in previous near field coded aperture imaging systems such that the improved sensitivity and resolution of these systems can be practically utilized. A system and method of the present invention utilizes two projections of radiation from an object, the first through a first coded aperture mask pattern, and the second through a second coded aperture mask pattern, where a decoding array associated with the second mask pattern is the negative of a decoding array associated with the first mask pattern. Data from both projections is combined to produce a reconstructed object image that is substantially free of near-field artifacts. The present invention additionally relates to further improvements in the sensitivity and spatial resolution of coded aperture imaging applications.

Detection Of Nuclear Weapons And Fissile Material Abroad Cargo Containerships

US Patent:
7183554, Feb 27, 2007
Filed:
Apr 25, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/113694
Inventors:
Shawn P. Gallagher - Attleboro MA, US
Richard C. Lanza - Brookline MA, US
Assignee:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge MA
International Classification:
G01T 1/00
US Classification:
2503581
Abstract:
A radiation detection system that measures radiation (e. g. , signature energy-level gamma radiation and neutrons) is employed aboard a ship or other transport vehicle along with conventional cargo to monitor for the presence of a fissile material, as would be found in a nuclear weapon, or for the presence of other sources of radiation. The detection system can be used over the course of the cargo transport, thereby enabling finely tuned monitoring for fissile material across distances of many meters extending through surrounding cargo containers. Because the system can be utilized during a ship's transport, a positive detection of fissile material can be made and acted upon while the ship is still at sea far from the destination port, where detonation of a nuclear weapon could have catastrophic consequences.

Systems And Methods For Multi-Modal Imaging Having A Spatial Relationship In Three Dimensions Between First And Second Image Data

US Patent:
7394053, Jul 1, 2008
Filed:
Sep 9, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/222864
Inventors:
John V. Frangioni - Wayland MA, US
Roberto Accorsi - Radnor PA, US
Richard C. Lanza - Brookline MA, US
John Idoine - Mt. Vernon OH, US
Assignee:
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Inc. - Boston MA
International Classification:
H01L 27/00
US Classification:
2502081, 250226
Abstract:
The invention relates to imaging systems that include a coded aperture detection system and an optical detection system. The coded aperture detection system is configured to detect radiation emitted by a radionuclide present within an object and to provide a first detector signal from the detected radiation. The optical detection system is configured to detect optical radiation from the object and to provide a second detector signal from the detected optical radiation. The system also includes a processor configured to prepare first image data from the first detector signal, second image data from the second detector signal, and registered data indicative of a spatial relationship in at least one dimension between the first and second image data. The invention also includes methods of using the new systems, e. g. , for sentinel lymph node mapping and tissue resection.

Systems And Methods For Multimodal Imaging Using A Volumetric Representation Of An Object

US Patent:
7759625, Jul 20, 2010
Filed:
Jun 3, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/132500
Inventors:
John V. Frangioni - Wayland MA, US
Roberto Accorsi - Radnor PA, US
Richard C. Lanza - Brookline MA, US
John Idoine - Mount Vernon OH, US
Assignee:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge MA
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia - Philadelphia PA
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Inc. - Boston MA
International Classification:
G01L 27/00
US Classification:
2502081, 2505594
Abstract:
The invention relates to imaging systems that include a coded aperture detection system and an optical detection system. The coded aperture detection system is configured to detect radiation emitted by a radionuclide present within an object and to provide a first detector signal from the detected radiation. The optical detection system is configured to detect optical radiation from the object and to provide a second detector signal from the detected optical radiation. The system also includes a processor configured to prepare first image data from the first detector signal, second image data from the second detector signal, and registered data indicative of a spatial relationship in at least one dimension between the first and second image data. The invention also includes methods of using the new systems, e. g. , for sentinel lymph node mapping and tissue resection.

Multimodal Radiation Imager

US Patent:
7863567, Jan 4, 2011
Filed:
Apr 13, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/386089
Inventors:
Michael V. Hynes - Cambridge MA, US
Bernard Harris - Waltham MA, US
Eugene E. Lednum - Bolton MA, US
Mark S. Wallace - Santa Fe NM, US
Larry J. Schultz - Los Alamos NM, US
David M. Palmer - Los Alamos NM, US
Daniel T. Wakeford - Pembroke, CA
Hugh R. Andrews - Pembroke, CA
Richard C. Lanza - Brookline MA, US
Edward T. H. Clifford - Deep River, CA
Harry Ing - Deep River, CA
Liqian Li - Deep River, CA
Andrew Hoover - Los Alamos NM, US
Shawn R. Tornga - Los Alamos NM, US
Richard M. Kippen - Los Alamos NM, US
Assignee:
Raytheon Company - Waltham MA
International Classification:
G01T 1/00
US Classification:
2503361
Abstract:
According to one embodiment, generating image data includes receiving coded aperture imaging sensor data collected according to coded aperture imaging and receiving Compton imaging sensor data collected according to Compton imaging. The coded aperture imaging sensor data and the Compton imaging sensor data are generated by a sensor system sensing radiation from a radiation source. A coded aperture imaging pixel value and a Compton imaging pixel value are determined for each pixel of an image. A combining function comprising addition is applied to the coded aperture imaging pixel value and the Compton imaging pixel value to yield a combined pixel value for each pixel. Combined image data is generated from the combined pixel values. The combined image data is configured to yield a combined image of the radiation source.

Phase-Contrast X-Ray Imaging

US Patent:
7920673, Apr 5, 2011
Filed:
Oct 30, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/261267
Inventors:
Richard C. Lanza - Brookline MA, US
Berthold K.P. Horn - Intervale NH, US
Antonio L. Damato - Somerville MA, US
Assignee:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge MA
International Classification:
G01N 23/04
US Classification:
378 62, 382132
Abstract:
Phase-contrast imaging is performed by directing radiation from a plurality of pinhole sources through a phase object to be imaged, wherein the phase object includes a first composition that produces a phase shift in the radiation relative to radiation passing through a second composition in the phase object and detecting a phase-contrast image of the radiation after it passes through the phase object. The phase-contrast image is then decoded to generate an image of the phase object in which the first composition is distinguished from the second composition.

Interrogating Hidden Contents Of A Container

US Patent:
7970103, Jun 28, 2011
Filed:
Jun 5, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/455694
Inventors:
Michael V. Hynes - Cambridge MA, US
Bernard Harris - Waltham MA, US
Brandon Blackburn - Idaho Falls ID, US
John E. McElroy - North Andover MA, US
Richard C. Lanza - Brookline MA, US
Timothy A. Antaya - Hampton Falls NH, US
Richard Sheffield - Los Alamos NM, US
John T. Mihalczo - Oak Ridge TN, US
Paul A. Hausladen - Oak Ridge TN, US
Alan W. Hunt - Pocatello ID, US
Hugh R. Andrews - Pembroke CA, US
James Johnson - Rigby ID, US
Assignee:
Raytheon Company - Waltham MA
International Classification:
G01N 23/04
H05G 1/52
H01J 35/30
US Classification:
378 57, 378113, 378137
Abstract:
According to one embodiment, a system for interrogating hidden contents of a container comprises a controller, a detector system, and a data system. The controller receives a selection of a source mode of source radiation to generate to interrogate contents of a container. The source mode selection comprises a neutron mode, a gamma ray mode, or a combined neutron-gamma ray mode. The controller instructs a cyclotron to generate the source radiation according to the source mode selection. The detector system detects radiation emitted from the contents in response to the source radiation. The data system analyzes the emitted radiation and describes the contents according to the analysis.

Solid/Liquid Interface Detection In Casting Processes By Gamma-Ray Attenuation

US Patent:
5673746, Oct 7, 1997
Filed:
Apr 1, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/625384
Inventors:
Jung-Hoon Chun - Sudbury MA
Richard C. Lanza - Brookline MA
Nannaji Saka - Cambridge MA
Assignee:
Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge MA
International Classification:
B22D 1120
B22D 1122
B22D 1116
US Classification:
164454
Abstract:
A liquid metal/solid metal interface detecting device comprises in general a radiation source for generating gamma radiation, which is directed to pass through a strand extruded from a continuous casting mold. A detector detects the gamma radiation passing through the partially solidified strand to determine a spatial profile for a liquid metal/solid metal interface by relying on the different gamma radiation attenuation characteristics of the solid metal and the liquid metal. Preferably, the gamma radiation is at energies of greater than one million electron volts. In some embodiments, a movable support carries the radiation source and the detector and moves the radiation source and detector along and around the ingot enabling generation of a three-dimensional profile of the liquid metal/solid metal interface by utilizing tomographic imaging techniques. Alternatively, solidification at a single region is determined and this information is used to control the formation of the strand in process controller implementations. Surface temperature detectors can also be used to provide more information about the solidification.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Neutrons, X Rays, And Gamma Rays: Imaging Detectors, Material Characterization Techniques, And Applications 21-22 July 1992 San Diego, California

Author:
Richard Lanza
ISBN #:
0819409103

Excel For Auditors

Author:
Richard Lanza
ISBN #:
1932802169

Proactively Detecting Occupational Fraud Using Computer Audit Reports

Author:
Richard B. Lanza
ISBN #:
0894135538

Essential Project Investment Governance And Reporting: Preventing Project Fraud And Ensuring Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance

Author:
Richard B. Lanza
ISBN #:
1932159266

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