Pause. Breathe. Be.
It is with deep regret that we report the passing of our founder and friend, Robin Elizabeth Williams.
Along with providing opportunities in meditation and art, her intention for Inner Harbor Wellness was to create space for community conversations on relevant topics, service projects that benefit the wider Baltimore community, and self-care programs for care givers. She will be deeply missed by everyone that knew her.
“Everyone can cultivate an inner place of stillness – a safe harbor so to speak – where they can retreat and regroup on a regular basis. I want to help people find that inner harbor inside themselves.” - Robin
Through holistic experiences in mindfulness, art, and sharing, Inner Harbor Wellness fosters:
greater awareness and appreciation of life in all its forms
skillful and enriching navigation of choices, stresses, and joys of everyday life
empowerment of ongoing self-care
In the midst of the stresses and demands of our daily lives, Inner Harbor Wellness imparts practices for synchronizing body, mind, and spirit into a sense of wholeness and wellbeing. In embracing and nurturing our birthright of wholeness, we connect with others in our families and community with kinship, empathy, and kindness.
We offer mindfulness classes and programs as well as expressive and contemplative arts for adults. Look for upcoming opportunities to engage with these and other community and interfaith projects.
Veterans often bring home a litany of challenges and then face many more when they finish their service. PTSD, difficulties with re-integration, addiction, chronic physical pain, hyper vigilance, and feelings of depression and alienation become constant and debilitating. IHW is developing Inner Corps Wellness and Mindfulness programs for our veterans.
Prism combines mindfulness for children with art, yoga, movement, music and drama – it is all about nurturing awareness, kindness, creativity and community for children ages 6-12.