3 Movements that
Move the Brain
Through intentional movements, we can change the biology of the brain. That’s how we build resilience to everyday stressors and challenges in our lives. To get a sense of this organization’s transformative work, try adding these healing-centered sport/coaching approaches into your daily routine.
Featured Partner: CHJS
At The Center For Healing & Justice Through Sport, success is more
than the game-day rush or winning a championship. Beyond the fun,
camaraderie, and physical benefits, CHJS also sees sport as a powerful
way to heal youth and communities. By creating healing-centered and
inclusive sports environments with trained and caring coaches,
young athletes feel safe and supported, allowing them the space
to grow and learn.
Through healing-centered coach training, consulting, and movement
building, CHJS’s mission is to make sport accessible to all—with the
goal of addressing societal injustice and trauma. Join the healing-centered
sport movement and start making an impact on the youth in your
community through coaching.
3 movements that move the brain
Through intentional movements, we can change the biology
of the brain. That’s how we build resilience to everyday stressors
and challenges in our lives. To get a sense of this organization’s
transformative work, try adding these healing-centered sport/
coaching approaches into your daily routine.
Featured Partner: MENTOR
In America, 1 in 3 young people are currently growing up
without the support of a mentor. MENTOR is an organization
that aims to expand opportunity and possibility to young
people by connecting them to mentoring programs within
Being a mentor means helping solve problems, offering kind
words, being a good listener, or simply making a difference in
someone’s day. By investing in the future of the next generation
through mentorship, we’ll continue to build strong, confident
leaders, who will down the road pay that forward in their
Featured Partner: Hijabi Ballers
A girl should never have to choose between what she plays and
what she believes—Hijabi Ballers exists to change just that.
From lifelong athletes to those who play as an outlet, Hijabi
Ballers provides safe and inclusive spaces for Muslim girls and
women to participate in sport and change the world together.
Founded by Amreen Kadwa, the mission is to celebrate,
empower, and increase representation of Muslim females in
sport. Whether you're a coach, parent, or member of the
community, Hijabi Ballers believes in a world where we all show
up for one another