All opportunities are beginner-friendly, free and open to the public, so please come as you are. Sessions begin the week of September 13th, unless otherwise noted.
*Indicates an offering from the Contemplative Sciences Center (CSC), that is supported by CCI. Any inquiries about these sessions should be directed to them.
Register below to receive the Zoom link.
*Meditation on the Lawn with CSC
Mondays, 7:45-8:00 AM
T'ai Chi with Hiromi Johnson
Mondays, 12:00-1:00 PM (Starts 9/20)
Co-sponsored by the CSC
*Holding space: Yoga and Meditation for All Bodies with Benita Mayo
Mondays, 5:30-6:30 PM
Guided Meditation with Betty Mooney
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1:00-1:45PM (Starts 9/7)
Mindfulness Meditation with Sam Green
Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30PM (Starts 8/24)
*Yoga for Life with Robin Lilly
In Person Offerings
We will be following UVA's COVID-19 Health & Safety Requirements. Please familiarize yourself with these policies ahead of time.
Compassion Injection with Jonathan Bartels
Fridays, 12:15-12:45PM | McLeod Hall, room 2025 (Starts 8/27)
This meditation series is focused on promoting the healing practices of self-compassion, as well as cultivating compassion for others and bolstering pro-social behaviors. Join us and build-up your compassion muscle.
The following hybrid offerings are free, beginner-friendly and open to UVA students only. Sessions start the week of September 13th.
To attend online, click the link to register. If attending in person, please familiarize yourself with UVA's COVID-19 Health & Safety Requirements ahead of time.
*Breath and Body Work for Brothers with Carrington Kernodle
Mondays, 7-8PM | McLeod Hall, room 2010
This class is specifically designed for Black men and men-identifying students looking for an affinity space to flourish by using contemplative practices.
*Santosha for Sisters with Carrington Kernodle
Wednesdays, 7:15-8:15PM | McLeod Hall, room 2010
This class is specifically designed for Black women and women-identifying students looking for an affinity space to flourish by using contemplative practices.