While the word “grief” tends to bring to mind the death of a loved one, grief can be experienced through a variety of life events, including losses of friendships, relationships, health, and even loss of traditional gatherings like holidays, weddings, graduations and other milestones.
Let’s be honest this has been a grueling past 18 months. We have ALL experienced loss to some degree; loss of a family member, friend, job, business, event and loss of normalcy as we knew it. Now that we are getting back to the office and starting to attend events, it is a good time to reflect on what we want to continue to cultivate as we move into a post covid world. Here are my top 3:
After realizing that neither of us were managing the stressors of socialization in the emerging "post pandemic" world, Dana Llewelyn, LMT and myself (Hayli Nemeth, Marketing Director) put our heads together and came up with a list of: massage styles, at home care techniques, and personal practices for grounding and creating spaciousness. Perhaps some of them will resonate with you?
I like to think of The Wellness Center as a beautifully crafted tapestry woven from the unique threads of the many talented humans that thrive there. I offer knowledge through years of training in Neuromuscular Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy, Reiki Energy work, yoga and yet, I am just one of several therapists and practitioners at The Wellness Center.
It all started with a vision and journal entry back in 1998. I had just completed a 2 year service as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nepal, and I was traveling through India with a burning question, “What was I going to do when I returned to Colorado?”
The Wellness Center is now a Five-Star Certified Arapahoe County Recovery Partner! What does this mean? This certification is awarded to businesses that have demonstrated compliance with COVID public health guidelines and safety precautions.