Do your studies stress you out?
Posted on: April 28, 2022
We know that stress can take a toll on academic performance and overall health. Add in a short time-frame at the end of every semester when all assignments are due and the whole campus feels tense and overwhelmed. Add in a dash of pandemic, and we’re right there with you.
That’s why every semester JMU Libraries hosts stress—relieving activities to help students, staff, and faculty during the stressful final exam season. Activities vary semester to semester, but usually include coloring tables, surprise snacks, and a few mindfulness sessions from our partners on campus.
For spring 2022, join us for a virtual mediation session and an in-person yoga session, with a little help from our friend Dr. Bryce Hayes in the JMU School of Music.
Join JMU Music professor and yoga instructor Dr. Bryce Hayes for a 30-minute virtual meditation. This is a moment for you to chill and take care of your needs, so you can have your camera on or off!
Sign up for Friday, April 29 @ 3:00-3:30pm
60-Minute Multi-Level Yoga Flow
Join JMU Music professor and yoga instructor Dr. Bryce Hayes for an in-person all-levels yoga flow! Bring a yoga mat; some yoga mats will be provided. This event will be held in the Music Building, room B71.
Sign up for Friday, May 6 @ 3:30-4:30pm
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram to keep up with the Libraries’ relaxation resources. And find even more resources on our De-Stress for Success Resource Guide!
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