Campus Recreation > Virtual Programming > Mindfulness
Mindfulness, practiced consistently, has the ability to lead us to clarity of consciousness and focus and decrease of stress. With current events impacting our lives, it is sometimes difficult to maintain equilibrium and focus. Through the following mindfulness and meditative class offerings, we provide opportunities with varying degrees of depth to assist in this experience. The goal is to help you explore and gain strategies to assist ability to function within your current situation. Students should read through class descriptions to determine which is right for them at this moment in time.
Meditative Self-Care for Stressful Times provides an introduction to mindfulness methods through a structure adapted for an online format. It does not claim to follow the prescribed MBSR 8-week protocol and is not designed to take the place of full MBSR instruction and coursework.Please Note: Meditative Self-Care sessions are NOT designed to take the place of therapy with a mental health professional.
If you, or someone you care about, are feeling overwhelmed with emotions like sadness, depression, or anxiety, or feel like you want to harm yourself or others, here are some resources: