A Bundanoon service will continue to support the community during the coronavirus pandemic.
Quest for Life founder and CEO Petrea King said the centre continued to focus on the community's wellbeing.
"The physical and emotional wellbeing of participants, visitors and employees at Quest for Life is of the utmost importance at this unprecedented time in our history," she said.
"The coronavirus (COVID-19) is challenging the way we live our lives and interact with family, friends and colleagues.
"Quest is taking steps to ensure everyone's safety while helping us all to maintain our emotional wellbeing."
Coming together as a community
While Quest for Life has postponed its residential programs and one-day programs, Quest will continue to provide various ways to stay connected and supported with tools to restore a sense of calm and relaxation.
The centre is also planning online and remote delivery of its programs.
Connect with Quest for Life via Facebook.com/QuestforLifeAus and join in with:
- Petrea King's Meditation Group Monday nights 7.30pm-8pm. Ask to join and there's a year's worth of weekly practices on the page. You can settle yourself in the comfort of your own home or bed to do your practice.
- @Home with Quest on Facebook. Quest is currently offering this free service - with daily check-ins on Facebook LIVE to settle anxiety and unease. Session times are at 11am and 7.30pm. Quest facilitators and Petrea are hosting these sessions. 'Like' the Petrea King and Quest for Life Facebook page to join the check-in. Sessions cover ways to manage anxiety and fear, strategies for self-care and the things we can be doing to help ourselves and others, and deep relaxation.
- Quest Connect on Facebook is a monthly deep dive with a Quest facilitator into a topic to help restore resilience at 2pm on the first Sunday each month. Next session: Sunday, April 5.
The centre's newsletters keep participants updated on wellbeing tools, strategies, resources and their latest news.
Help for organisations
Ms King said the centre had highly-trained facilitators to help businesses keep their employees "calm and focused".
"We will continue to work closely with Public Health guidelines to ensure we navigate these challenging circumstances with everyone's health and wellbeing in mind," she said.
"Thank you for being a member of the Quest community. We value your continued support and wish you good health over the coming months."
Call general manager Mary-Jane Wardrop to discuss your requirements on 02 4883 6599.