Coping and wellness
This interactive group is focused on a proactive approach to developing skills and strategies to better manage the challenge in day-to-day life. Learn to work through stress, disappointment, adjustment and the unexpected things life offers.
Lead by: Anna Grajek
Grief and loss
You do not have to be alone in your grief. Offered to those who have suffered the death of a loved one. This group is only being held virtually.
Lead by: Michelle Bigard
Focus on managing anxiety while providing support and being supported by others who can relate. Learn new anxiety management strategies as well as tangible skills and tools you can use to address anxiety while sharing what has worked for you with each other.
Lead by: Atefeh Jenrow
Yoga for mental wellness
A typical class will involve gentle movement (asana), attention to breathing, attunement to the present moment, deep relaxation, mindfulness, nonjudgmental awareness of the mind, body and breath, and delight in movement. Experience and research suggest that yoga can be a powerful tool for mental wellness. The regular practice of yoga can lift the mood, reduce stress, enhance problem-solving, improve strength and flexibility, lessen fatigue and increase energy. This group is being held a the Towers Fitness Center, Campbell Hall 1st Floor.
Lead by: Julie Fortino Shurtliff