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Summer of Well-Being

The academic year can be stressful. Summer is a time to enjoy longer days, bright sunshine and a quieter campus. University Health Services invites you to take the time to refill your cup and engage in activities designed to improve mindfulness and enhance well-being.

Summer of Well-Being Kickoff

Join University Health Services and partners as we launch into a summer of well-being and self-care. This event includes Yoga with Clare and guided meditation - no experience necessary!

Bring your mat/towel and water bottle, and enjoy some restoration while learning about summer mindfulness and well-being events.

May 19, 2021
11:30 - 1:30
Davis Field


Benefits of a Mindfulness Practice

Practicing mindfulness has been shown to decrease stress and improve happiness and productivity. Check out these ways to practice mindfulness this summer.

  • Photo of Horseshoe

    Take a mindful walk

    Walking is a no-impact activity that can be done anywhere. Use this time to notice your surroundings. 

  • Notice your experience

    Be fully present with the aroma, texture and taste of your morning coffee or tea.

  • woman practicing yoga outdoors

    Practice yoga with Clare

    Yoga provides strength, flexibility, and the opportunity to find stillness and presence of mind.

  • two female students meditating

    Take 5 deep breaths

    Take deep, intentional breaths. Close your eyes and feel the sensation of breath moving in your body as your lungs expand and contract. 

  • Make a gratitude list

    Research shows us that regularly expressing gratitude improves one’s sense of happiness and well-being.

  • two popsicles

    Enjoy a popsicle

    Embrace your inner child and enjoy a cool treat. Notice what memories or feelings of nostalgia rise to the surface.


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