Mind-Body Experiments

Mind-Body Experiments is a FREE monthly workshop series exploring various techniques to achieve wellness of the mind, body, and spirit.

Workshops are open to students and members of the Campus Community and most events will take place in one of the group studios on the 2nd floor of the Campus Recreation Center, please check each event for location specifics.  Bring your Cat Card and wear comfortable clothing.

Spring 2015 Schedule

Check each event for specific start time and location. All events run about 1 hour in length.

Wednesday, March 18 in Studio 1 at 7:00pm Mastering your Energy

Join Laura Elliott in this class that will help you become the master of your energy through movement and sound, using your body and voice as powerful instruments by integrating the ancient wisdoms of Qigong, vocal toning and your own inner teacher.

  • Release stress
  • Restore balance
  • Strengthen vitality
  • Feel peace of mind
  • Empower your truth

Wednesday, March 25 in Studio 1 at 7:00pm, Yoga for the Hungry Heart

Our bodies need healthy nutrients, but we also have to feed our minds and our hearts. In this yoga class we'll ask ourselves, "What is it that my heart hungers for, and how can I feed it?" A well-fed heart not only sustains itself, but can feed others.

Wednesday, April 22 in Studio 1 at 7:00pm, KORU mindfulness

Open your mind.

Manage your stress.

Learn mindfulness & meditation.

Many of us think that, in order to start meditating, we need to be able to sit still for 45 minutes or longer every day...and we give up before we've really even given ourselves a chance! Join Michelle Cooper, a KORU Instructor and CAPS counselor, to learn more about mindfulness practice and meditation skills specifically designed for young adults. For 10 minutes a day, KORU Mindfulness offers a unique mindfulness and meditation program designed especially for young adults and tailored to be accessible and applicable to college life. It is the ONLY program that has shown scientifically proven benefits on sleep, perceived stress, mindfulness and self-compassion. So, bring an open mind and playful curiosity to today's session and discover some new strategies for managing stress!


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