A healthy body promotes and sustains a healthy mind. Students come into university can easily avoid the frosh fifteen, get fit and live active lives! The Health and Wellness portfolio will serve to raise awareness on practising safe sex, managing stress and learning to juggle various aspects of your life as you become successful and independent. Look out for events in both semesters that may change the way you live your life.
Yoga is coming to Innis!
Health and Wellness has teamed up with MoveU to bring some yoga sessions to Innis. There will be a yoga session from 4:45-5:45pm in the Events Room on the following dates:
Wednesday, November 15th
Wednesday, November 22nd
Wednesday, November 29th
Yoga mats are provided, just bring yourself and your Innis friends!
See you there!
Join Martial Smarts in a critical discussion of why a workshop like this is even necessary and learn the essentials of self-defence from Ryhana Dawood, certified UMMA Martial Arts instructor.
Friday, Dec 1 from 6-9pm, Activities Room in Hart House
Engaged students balance work, school, family, friends, Netflix, and, well, life. It’s exhausting! Investing in being happy, healthy and well provides a foundation for achieving balance and sustaining success in all these areas. This hands-on session on self-care explores what it means to feel good and function well as an engaged student. Drawing on recent evidence from the study of well-being, you’ll be introduced a cluster of activities that promote resiliency and prevent burnout so you can be at your best.
Tuesday, Nov 21, 5-6pm in the Events Room
Sign up HERE
Are you between ages 18-24? Are you concerned about your alcohol intake and want to cut down?
We are testing a self-monitoring phone app, Saying When, to help students who are interested in managing their drinking.
You will receive an honorarium for your time.
Please contact Genevieve Ferguson at 416-535-8501 (ext. 32423) or at email@example.com
ALL QUERIES ARE CONFIDENTIAL
Join us for a mindful exploration of healthy eating and how our relationship with food can affect our mood. This is an interactive program that combines relaxation and mindfulness meditation exercises with practical nutrition knowledge. With the help of a Registered Dietitian we will learn how to translate Canada’s Food Guide into a useful nutrition tool, learning ways to pace and plan meals and integrate healthy snacks, and about the importance of regular exercise for optimal health and academic performance.
Individual, stand-alone sessions: Dec 6, Feb 7, Mar 7. 5:10-7:30 pm in the Koffler Student Centre (Group Room B) 214 College St
Info to register HERE