As COVID 19 turned the world upside down, we are blessed that our work feels meaningful and more relevant than ever. After fifteen years of partnering, we continue to be inspired to serve. As we approach Thanksgiving, we pause to take stock of where we’ve been, where we are going, and celebrate all the milestones along the way. Together, let’s spend more time in the magic than in the fear, more time in the moments of awe than in the moments of anxiety, more time embracing the journey than worrying about the destination.
Fifteen years ago, we launched Kula for Karma, a national nonprofit organization, offering therapeutic yoga and mindfulness to populations struggling with mental health, trauma, and addiction. We continue to be dedicated to changing the face of healthcare and incorporating a whole person approach to patient wellness.
In response to pandemic related closures at most nationwide mental health, trauma and addiction facilities we serve, we pivoted, turned obstacles into opportunities, stumbling blocks into steppingstones, and challenges into change. We took action! We designed virtual programming, wherever possible providing uninterrupted service.
For the first time in history, Corporate America was forced to address the employee mental health crisis and prioritize wellbeing. As ‘disruptors’ in the healthcare arena, we are considered experts, addressing isolation, depression, suicide ideation, anxiety, stress, burnout and substance abuse.
In response to the need, be.still was born! We mindfully migrated into the corporate space offering be.still fifteen minute ‘brain breaks’ and ‘wellbeing webinars’, facilitated by skilled professionals.
Kula for Karma + bestill = Compassion In Action!
With every contract signed, be.still is committed to donating five percent of profits to Kula for Karma. Purchasing a meditation for your employees provides meditation programming to someone in need.
During this month of Gratitude, you too can turn compassion into action!
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Written by Geri Topfer & Penni Feiner