Virtual Wellness

Devotional from Pastor Ron to His YMCA Family

Using Yoga to Manage Anxiety with Rachel

Local Pastor Message: Don't Let Social Distancing Become Social Isolation

Sing-Along to Help Children Cope with Change in Routine

A Message from the Gwinns & Fellowship of Christian Athletes: How We're Coping with Social Distancing

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. We believe your mental health as just as much a critical part of your overall wellness as anything physical.

Message of the Day: Gifts of Love

Check out today's "Message of the Day" from Pastor Scott Keeble of Copper Creek Church.

  • WHAT CAN YOU DO FOR SELF CARE DURING THIS TIME OF SOCIAL DISTANCING?

    • Exercise

      • Workout of the day
      • Online options – YMCA, YouTube, etc. Check out our "VIRTUAL WELLNESS" page
    • Keep a regular schedule, get dressed, shower, etc.

      • Structure is important for mental health
      • Go to bed and wake up at usual times
    • Eat healthy and regularly

      • Check out our "NUTRITION TIPS & RECIPES" page.
    • Stay in touch with people

      • We are still social beings who need support
      • Electronically, of course – text, email, call, video chat
      • Have the youth in the house show/tell older family/friends
    • Control what you can

      • Decrease social media/news alerts
      • Decide to access a reputable source at set time(s)
      • follow CDC guidelines
    • Relaxation

      • Read a book

      • Mindfulness practices

      • Meditation

      • Yoga

      • Music