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Why Do Groups Need Wellness?

Group wellness strengthens relationships, encourages each other, and holds one another accountable for their goals.

Many groups, including youth and adult sports teams, scouts, societies, and other organizations, desire wellness for their members. Creating balance in our lives is an integral part of wellness. Finding balance ensures we have time to do the things that make us happy and fulfilled.

Sports Teams

Foster bonding amongst teammates, hold stretching sessions to avoid injuries and instill critical life-long skills.

  • Little League
  • CYO, Intermural, and Travel Youth
  • Adult Leagues
  • High School Sports

Let us help you learn a badge, work on team building, or help your scouts learn how to implement mindfulness tools into their life.

  • Girl Scouts of the USA
  • Boy Scouts of America
  • Big Brother / Big Sister

Clubs foster community, develop patience, and imbue a sense of accomplishment. Let our experts help you build these attributes further through mindful movement, self-care activities, and health and wellness tips.

  • Bicycle Clubs
  • Book Clubs
  • Running Clubs
  • Hiking Clubs
  • Social Clubs
  • 4H
  • Hobby Related Clubs
non Profit Groups

Helping others takes a toll. Make sure to fill your cup to better serve the community through one of our self-care, stress reduction, or mindful movement workshops.

  • PTO
  • Support
  • Charities
  • Church
  • Fundraising
  • Human & Animals Rights Organizations
Differing Abilities
  • Senior Living Communities
  • Intellectual Disabilities
  • Autism Spectrum 
  • Physical Disabilities
School Programs

Get kids connected and moving with one of our fun workshops that will help them stretch their bodies and become advocates for their own mental, emotional, and physical well-being.

  • Elementary, Middle & High Schools
  • Colleges & Universities
  • Pre-Ks
  • Special Education Programs

The challenges of today’s world don’t only affect grownups. Young people are facing a mental health crisis of their own. Supporting them as they grow and face life’s complexities is a top priority.

Adding a custom wellness class or workshop is an excellent example of habit stacking. You don’t have to make a separate attempt; you can add a mindfulness activity to your group and make it more meaningful.

Airmid offers various services that will aid your group in understanding wellness and incorporating it into their interactions within your group, team, or organization and into their daily lives—from developing social-emotional skills by showing kindness to their family and friends to celebrating differences and making others feel included.

Team Building and Bonding enable members to have fun while reaching their common goals more efficiently. Team building activities and games can break the ice, bring people together, and improve morale.

Heartis Senior Living

Our Community has nothing but praise for Seth’s seated yoga class. He is reliable, professional, and friendly… and our residents have described feeling healthier and more relaxed after his class.

autism cares

Jen Leary and her colleagues are fantastic. They kindly run a class for our group twice a week and ALWAYS pour their hearts and souls into every single session. The environment they foster is one of inclusiveness, openness, and peace. I cannot recommend them enough.


Learn how Airmid’s Wellness Experiences can benefit your group or organization.

For more information, contact Jen Leary at 215-293-0746, JenLeary@Airmidwellness.com.