Mental Health Awareness Month

Due to the pandemic, many of us have had to face additional mental health obstacles.

Now that the initial shock is starting to wear off, more and more people are starting to worry about the future.

Will our jobs be waiting for us?

Will our companies still be in business?

Will our loved ones be safe?

“It’s just another shock to the system. This is not just going to be two weeks; this is going to be longer than that. People are experiencing increased anxiety, stress, depression, feelings of isolation.” – Dr. Ryan Scott

Right now, since we don’t have as much on our plate, it’s easy to get sucked into watching Netflix all day. 

Take some time every day to think about what’s really important in life. Reach out to the people you love, get in some physical activity, or get lost in a good book. We may not know what the future has in store. No matter what we do or how we feel, the time will pass. Every day is a new day to reflect, grow and be happy. 

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Connecting During Coronavirus

We are working on ways to help you stay connected during this time.  We are starting “Connecting During Coronavirus,” which will include online resources, live video classes with tips for how to cope and thrive, as well as live streamed yoga classes.  We hope you will join us!
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