At Crosstown Concourse, we're striving to be better together through healthy living. Join us for informal gatherings around movement, nutrition, mindfulness and other paths to wellness. Many of these events will be hosted by Concourse organizations like Church Health and the Church Health YMCA, but we invite other members of the community who'd like to host wellness-related gatherings to share them here. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your idea.
Church Health is pleased to present Thrive! – a gathering of survivors of stroke and their families.
Thrive! provides a space for healing, support and fun to those who have been affected by stroke. Through group reflection, social interaction, recreation and movement, we’ll explore how a balanced, healthy life after stroke is within reach.
Thrive! is offered by Church Health Physical Rehabilitation and is free of charge for participants and their families. We meet in the Church Health Community Room, located on the first floor of Crosstown Concourse. Light refreshments will be provided.
Please register online or call Kevin Gibson at[masked].
PARKING AND COMPLEMENTARY VALET
All parking at Crosstown is free of charge. To ensure parking is not a problem for Thrive! participants, Church Health will cover the cost of valet parking. Just tell the Southern Valet attendant, located at the entrance to the Central Atrium, that you are here for Thrive!
Unwind and refocus with us on Saturday morning! This meditation is lead by rotating hosts including Greg Graber and Eric Gottlieb. The Church Health Chapel is located on the first floor of Crosstown Concourse between the Central and West Atria.
Greg Graber, a lifelong educator, teaches mindfulness & meditation to students, teams, organizations, and groups around the world. His client list includes the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies, the Memphis Tigers, LSU, and VCU.
Imagine yourself eighty-five years old and looking back on your life. Your great grandchild asks you, “What were the most important things in your life?” How would you answer? Most of us know what really matters to us, yet if we stop and look at our day-to-day lives, we notice that we spend an enormous amount of time – perhaps the majority of our time - focused on distractions: Anxiety, worry, and anger. Also, we sweat the small stuff. The driver who cut us off in traffic. The argument we had three days ago with my husband/wife/mother/son/boss.
Presented by Rob Dove this class will focus on how we can practice meditation in ways that foster our ability to live deliberately, to spend our days, and our lives, paying attention to what really matters.
Class is in Church Health's Meditation Chapel, located on the first floor of Crosstown Concourse between the Central and West Atria. Please contact Jane Slatery at [masked] with any questions.