Enjoy an afternoon in nature and explore the deep connection between body, mind, and the natural world through a gentle yoga class designed for all levels and abilities. This session is open to all students, faculty, staff, and community members/guests. Prior registration is not required.
AUDIO of the talk to come.
The University offers many academic courses that embody contemplative themes. We've curated a list of these classes which include topics in Eastern religion, education, medicine, and more—from Climbing as Mindfulness (KINE 1450) to Mindfulness in Health and Human Development.
View the list here.
Please join us for two opportunities to hear talks by Ruth King. They are being sponorsed or co-sponsored by CSC.
Tuesday, March 19
Transforming Racism from the Inside Out
In the fall of 2018, the Contemplative Sciences Center assumed leadership of Dalai Lama Fellows (DLF) — one of the world’s most innovative global initiatives. Through contemplation and action, DLF helps cultivate young leaders working at the intersection of justice, peace, and ecology around the world.
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These drop-in classes are free for all UVA students, faculty, staff, and other UVA affiliates who have an IM REC membership.
The University of Virginia remains committed to educating the whole student as future citizens in the tradition of liberal education. To prepare students to meet the challenges facing society, to better our University’s ability to fulfill the high ideals of public education and its commitment to liberal education, to engage and teach students to the best of our abilities and in line with best practices, the Resilient Student Initiative aims to educate the whole student so that they may find life long success and wellness in their careers and personal lives.
View our video below.