Ways To Remove Negativity From The Workplace
Richland Source – February 14, 2020
There are parts to every job that may be tedious or have someone questioning “why am I here?” but if those thoughts are an ongoing occurrence, that person may need to ask themselves if that negativity they’re bringing into the office will affect their co-workers.
CEO of Mind Body Align Annamarie Fernyak has created a system where all of her employees can voice their concerns and be able to disagree in order to have a successful work environment. Read More.
Mind Body Align Challenges You To Take 10,000 Steps A Day
Richland Source – December 19, 2020
Annamarie Fernyak, founder of Mind Body Align, power walks in place alongside her co-worker Jennifer Blue in the tiny kitchen located inside of The Butterfly House. She casually chews on a chip with some dip in hand while trying to build up a sweat.
“I’m aware of the irony here,” she says with a laugh and continues on. Read More.
Yarn Bombing Art Installation Colors Downtown Mansfield
Richland Source – June 12, 2019
Mansfield has been bombed with graffiti of colorful street art. The art lovers at Mind Body Align worked with the inmates at the Richland Correctional Institute (RICI) to create a surprise urban art installation of colorful displays of crocheted yarn in Mansfield on Tuesday.
The installation is known as #yarnbombing. Read More
Decluttering the mind through meditation
With the arrival of spring comes the urge to declutter the house, tossing whatever nonessentials that no longer “spark joy,” as Marie Kondo would say.
But what about clearing out the clutter in your mind?
Annamarie Fernyak, founder of Mind Body Align, says this can be done through mindfulness meditation, a secular practice aimed at bringing one’s attention to experiences occurring in the present moment. Read more
Mind Body Align expands, offering wellness vacation for women
MANSFIELD – Pack your bags! Mind Body Align is planning a small group woman’s wellness experience guaranteed to restore energy and vitality.
This luxury get-a-way is in Sedona, Arizona May 7 to 11, 2019, and features five days at a beautiful home, with thoughtfully prepared food and restorative activities led by experts in the field of wellness and energy medicine. Read more.
Women support each other at Mansfield business showcase
MANSFIELD – The stars of the show Wednesday were all women.
Approximately 30 female business owners were featured Wednesday at the 4th Women’s Business Showcase in the Renaissance Theatre.
“The goal is to highlight their contributions to the community at large so they realize what a powerful force women entrepreneurs are,” said Richland Area Chamber of Commerce president Jodie Perry. Read more.
Giving Tree at Third and Mulberry streets filled with free hats, gloves and scarves
MANSFIELD – Frigid temperatures have sparked a response from four local entities along North Mulberry Street to help provide hats, gloves, and scarves to keep people warm.
Working together, Mind Body Align, the Mansfield Richland County Public Library, Richland Area Chamber of Commerce and Richland Community Development Group are providing hats, scarves, and gloves to people who face the elements each day without ample protection. The tree will continue as more donations arrive, organizers said. Read more.
Mind Body Align welcomes new operations director
MANSFIELD – Mind Body Align has introduced Jennifer Blue to the community as the company’s Operations Director.
Blue will be responsible for overseeing the creation and implementation of all programs and events offered at the Butterfly House as well as overseeing various aspects of operations at the company. Read more.
Blessing Box at Butterfly House provides food for those in need
Richland Source, May 4, 2017
MANSFIELD — Those driving by the Butterfly House might have noticed a new fixture in front of the building.
Jess Allred, a retired newspaper publisher, was watching the news when a 10-second clip caught his attention and inspired him to build a blessing box, which was placed outside the Butterfly House at Mind Body Align (20 N. Mulberry St.) earlier this week.
The purpose of a blessing box is to provide food and other items for those in need. People who have enough are encouraged to stock the box with nonperishable food items and other household products. In turn, those who need those items are welcome to take freely.