JCC Harlem Healing + Health Week Dec 8-15, 2019
Join us for a week of programs designed to heal the body and soul.
Sun, Dec 8, 3 pm
BeBox Kids presents the Sunday People Paint Party! We'll close out fall with an all-ages paint party in Harlem. Like all BeBox Kids classes and pop-ups, this program will focus on the process, not the product, as well as the freedom to paint creatively as a community.
Mon, Dec 9, 6:15 pm
Open to all levels of practice (including newbies). Experience a complete practice that includes traditional postures aimed at building strength, agility, and flexibility, with attention to breathing, mindfulness, relaxation, and community connection. A Harlem Wellness Center program.
Tue, Dec 10, 7 pm
The Fit Prince of New York is an interactive musical performance created by Harlem-based recording artist, filmmaker, and fitness trainer, Neil Totton. In this multidisciplinary experience featuring original music, dance, and video. You’ll discover how music served as medicine for The Fit Prince of New York and explore the lessons all princes must master to become kings.
Wed, Dec 11, 6:30 pm
DREAMLEAPERS is a multipronged educational platform designed to help people access and activate their dreams. The brainchild of author, motivational speaker, and media and presentation coach Harriette Cole, DREAMLEAPERS supports people who are serious about discovering their hearts’ desires and bringing them to life.
Thu, Dec 12, 7 pm
Ali and Atman Smith and Andres Gonzalez, founders of the Holistic Life Foundation, know what it takes not only to survive but thrive under difficult and challenging circumstances. By teaching yoga and meditation to young people growing up in underserved communities, they're helping a new generation cope with the stress and suffering they face on a daily basis. Renowned meditation teacher and best-selling author Sharon Salzberg will moderate a conversation with Ali, Atman, and Andres, who will each share stories, insights, and wisdom pertinent to caregivers and teachers and others from all walks of life.
Sun, Dec 15, 1 pm
Behavior is a powerful form of communication and is one of the primary ways for people with dementia to communicate their needs and feelings as the ability to use language is lost. However, some behaviors can present real challenges for caregivers to manage. Join us to learn to decode behavioral messages, identify common behavior triggers, and learn strategies to help intervene with some of the most common behavioral challenges of Alzheimer's disease.
Starting this January, join Alzheimer's Association at JCC Harlem for Harlem Heart to Heart: A Caregiver Support group every third Thursday of the month from 2-3 pm.