Greetings from Oakland, California. I sincerely hope that you all are staying well doing this global pandemic. This is my third week of the shelter-in-place order and I’m grateful to be able to work from home. There are new challenges with ever-shifting priorities and keeping projects on track while responding to urgent crisis communications. I’m sure some of you can relate to the new reality of Zoom meetings, webinars, and having to sort through more email. If there’s a silver lining, we are forced to get out of our comfort zones and try something new. For example, I have been wanting to offer video yoga classes for a while now, and thanks to the lock down, I taught my first yoga class via Zoom.
What can we do to maintain some sense of wellness during the anxiety of coronavirus? Pause. Breathe. Stretch. Connect. I believe that this is a global wake up call for us to slow down. I am trying out new online offerings and share some of these below. There are more popping up every day, so I will add to the online offerings section on this post. Continue reading “Wellness in the time of Coronavirus”