Richmond Hill, Ga. – Looking for something to engage your child over winter break? Bē Health & Well-Being from St. Joseph’s/Candler will be offering a unique, fun and engaging holiday camp experience February 20-22 at The Outfitters at Heartwood!
The aim of the daily activities is to help children gain a better understanding of health and wellbeing through group fitness, mindfulness and nutrition fun. Participants will enjoy Children’s Yoga, Mindful Activities and Trail Walks, Kids POUND, and other fitness-themed activities, including nutritional snacks! Registration for the camp is exclusively through the St. Joseph’s/Candler Bē Health app. Download here.
Bē Health Kid’s Camps are staffed by dietitians, certified fitness trainers and health educators employed by St. Joseph’s/Candler.
“Our camp is active and adventurous, where kids will learn long-term healthy activities without them even knowing it,” said Sarah Hanson, Bē Health Navigator at Heartwood. “We had a student come to our previous event and afterwards he started telling his mom how to breathe. It was so inspiring. They will learn tools to make them more resilient, happier and healthier. We will motivate them and teach them to continue down a path of wellness and healthy living.”
About Bē Health & Well-Being® at St. Joseph’s/Candler
Bē Health and Well-Being® is a program from St. Joseph’s/Candler that maximizes the personal well-being of our participants. It’s revolutionary in scope and design. And that’s because a person’s well-being isn’t measured entirely in the physical. This program is inclusive of, and derives support from the emotional, spiritual and social aspects of ‘being.’ It holistically integrates medical care, with encouragement and access to healthy lifestyle choices that are highly preventative.
St. Joseph’s/Candler is a 714-bed, Magnet-designated health system for nursing excellence, with a focus on the latest technologies and research. It is anchored by St. Joseph’s Hospital, Candler Hospital plus the new Pooler and Bluffton campuses and a future medical facility in Heartwood. Its comprehensive network includes centers of excellence for oncology, cardiovascular, neurosciences, women’s and children’s services, orthopedics, pulmonary medicine and a variety of other disease specialties. SJ/C’s Nancy N. and J.C. Lewis Cancer & Research Pavilion has been selected to be part of the National Cancer Institute’s Community Oncology Research Program. St. Joseph’s/Candler is a not-for-profit health system serving 33 counties in southeast Georgia and three in the South Carolina Low Country and is the largest and only faith-based institution in the region. For more information, visit www.sjchs.org.
Imagined as the new part of a historic town, inspired by the beauty and durability of the forests, Heartwood is a new community in Richmond Hill, Georgia. Heartwood at Richmond Hill offers a lifestyle that will span the generational needs of people and the ever-evolving needs of business. Whether you are growing a family, growing an entrepreneurial dream, expanding your business footprint, or just looking to mature somewhere that has it all, Heartwood is a place to live, work, and play in one location. Heartwood is being developed by Raydient Places, a taxable subsidiary of Rayonier Inc., a real estate investment trust. To learn more about Heartwood, visit HeartwoodLife.com or email marketing@HeartwoodLife.com
Raydient masterplans, develops, builds, markets and sells “places and properties” ranging from multi-use communities and industrial parks to rural homesteads and recreational lands. Raydient is a taxable subsidiary of Rayonier (NYSE:RYN), a leading timberland real estate investment trust with assets located in some of the most productive timber growing regions in the U.S. and New Zealand. When the real estate market demands a higher and better use for a property, our team steps in to transition that timberland for its future purpose. Get to know us at Raydient.com.