Yoga and Mindful Movement
Dates and times for yoga classes will be announced in the weekly newsletter as they may shift week to week. To receive communications about mindful movement, take a moment to join our yoga mailing list.
Virtual Yoga for Students
Well-Being and Health Promotion is offering mindful movement classes via Zoom with Nicole Mitch, a yoga instructor and Licensed Massage Therapist. Our schedule may change week to week—for the most updated event details, please check our weekly newsletter archive. You can also subscribe to our weekly newsletter for the latest updates. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom details. To receive communications about mindful movement, take a moment to join our yoga mailing list.
February: Virtual Mindful Movement Classes with Nicole
Join us for a series of mindful movement classes via Zoom with Nicole Mitch, a yoga instructor and Licensed Massage Therapist. Throughout the month of February, we'll be offering yoga, breathwork, and self-massage. Drop in to as many classes as you like! For the self-massage class, be sure to have a self-massage tool on hand—a small ball (tennis, lacrosse, pinky, etc.) or just a rolled-up towel are all you need. Email email@example.com if you have questions.
Tuesday, February 9 | 12:00pm–12:45pm EST | yoga | Join via Zoom
Thursday, February 18 | 12:00pm–12:45pm EST | self-massage | Join via Zoom
Monday, February 22 | 5:30pm–6:15pm EST | yoga | Join via Zoom
**Please note that this fitness and wellness content is designed for recreational purposes only. If you have any questions or concerns about your health or ability to participate safely, you should consult with a physician or health care professional. Participation is at your own risk. Well-Being and Health Promotion assumes no responsibility for any injury or illness incurred while participating. You should consult your physician or health care professional before starting any fitness program. If you experience any dizziness, nausea, pain or shortness of breath while exercising, please stop immediately and seek medical attention.