Tuesday and Thursday evening Vinyasa Flow Yoga is going virtual
Lo/Hi Circuit Class added on Thursday mornings – 45 minutes of block work where every strength block is piggybacked with a short burst of cardio. Perfect for all fitness levels – go at your own pace within the timer. Full body workout using dumbbells, kettle bells, bands, and body weight.
Our signature fundraiser has been re-imagined as a virtual event: Celebrate the Center at Home!
You’re invited to celebrate and support the Community Center by ordering a family style dinner for four or date night for two to enjoy at home. Two menus, prepared by Aspinwall Everyday Gourmet, are available for curbside pickup at the Center on October 2 and 3. In addition to a delicious meal, we’ll also send you home with a special treat, some reminders about what makes the Community Center so special, and how your contribution is making a difference when we need it most.
Join Little Medical School at the Community Center for hands-on activities, role-play, and interactive demonstrations to learn about the heart, brain, lungs and more. All programs are written by experienced educators, board-certified physicians and trained healthcare professionals. Sign up for individual classes or all four and save $5. Space is limited for social distancing so be sure to register early! All classes are appropriate for ages 5-9.
Our Arts & Enrichment Program is offered at the Center each day after school on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday following the FCASD calendar. It’s a two hour program for Kindergarten through 5th grade students. The program is a unique combination of a relaxed atmosphere and enriching activities that are sure to inspire and complement individual interests with time in our Maker Studio, gymnasium, and outside. Space is limited due to social distancing, but we do still have some spots available.
From the Fox Chapel Area High School Counseling Department:
This week’s practice is from Nedra Glover Tawwab and focuses on letting go of things that are unhelpful, unhealthy, or do no bring happiness. Whenever you are feeling overwhelmed or upset, use the following three step practice to process your feelings.
Feel your feelings without trying to avoid them. Cry. Be angry. Allow yourself to be sad. It’s all part of the process.
Reconfigure who you are. How has the experience or relationship changed you?
Forgive yourself by acknowledging your humanness. You are not perfect. Making mistakes is part of the learning process. Don’t beat yourself up for what you allowed.
“Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance.” – Eckhart Tolle
We hope that you have a great week ahead. As always, please feel free to reach out to us with your questions, concerns, or ideas for things we can do better for you and our community. Until next week, be safe, be well, and take care of each other.