Come discuss all things wellness at monthly gatherings on Wednesdays from noon-12:50 pm in the Library Harmon Room. Come for any or all sessions. Lunch is provided at each Well-being Wednesday.
February 7: Get Yourself Tested featuring Steph Walters, M.D., HWC Medical Director, Lindsey Hoskins, Family Tree Health Education Director, and David Lopez, ’14, Red Door Community Health Specialist.
March 21: Balance Life the Feng Shui Way featuring Michelle Skally Doilney,
Learn how space can support physical, emotional and mental wellness.
Register here – lunch provided at 11:45 am.
Does clearing clutter really help with focus? Yes. Does the place and position where you study block or open your ability to focus? Yes. Can you make changes (on your own!) in your room, dorm, apartment, home or office without spending lots of time or money to make a difference? Yes. Michelle will present do-it-yourself ways to create a space for your body and mind for success.
Michelle Skally Doilney is a Certified Master Feng Shui Consultant, certified in BTB Feng Shui and trained in Compass School. Working with private and corporate clients, and teaching practical do-it-on-your-own Feng Shui since 2003, Michelle focuses on universal and everyday concepts, especially those with reasonable physical and financial commitments. Michelle is currently working on several writing projects, which draw from her love of travel and photography, and from her yoga and Feng Shui experiences. www.practicalenvironments.com
April 4: Study Drugs featuring Amy Sullivan, History Department Professor.
Join History Professor Amy Sullivan and Ellie Carter (’18) for a discussion of the history of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (HDHD) prescription medications, their growing misuse among college students, and the moral and community implications of using these drugs for academic enhancement when they are not prescribed for ADHD. Register here – lunch is available at 11:45 am.