The health and safety of our community is a priority for us and we do not want to contribute in any way to the spread of COVID-19 to vulnerable populations in LA County. We hope you are safe and that our collective actions will help limit exposure to COVID-19 and protect our communities. Below, trusted guidelines … Continue reading COVID-19 Resources
During this difficult and uncertain time, while we practice physical distancing to protect the public health, we've had community members ask: Is it okay to go outside and enjoy nature? We know that nature helps protect the public health, by providing mental and physical health benefits. It's one of the reasons we do what we … Continue reading Enjoying Nature During the COVID-19 Crisis
We have had inquires from those concerned about coronavirus and how it might impact our Nuestra Tierra Festival scheduled for Tuesday, March 17. The health and safety of our community is a priority for us and we are following guidelines to safeguard against the spread of COVID-19 from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and … Continue reading Nuestra Tierra Festival and the Coronavirus News
Carly Curiel, a graduate of our Leadership Academy, was featured on Spectrum News for her community project to make yoga (full moon yoga!) more inclusive and accessible. Go, Carly!
We all know that recreation in the great outdoors is good for your health -- and that includes your mental health. We hosted a Mental Health Hike this weekend with the Wilderness Society for mental health professionals, including psychologists, psychology professors, psychology students, social workers, counselors, and others to walk and talk about the connection between nature and … Continue reading Good for Heart & Mind: The Mental Health Hike