This 60-minute interactive online workshop you will learn about the science and practical application of mindfulness. This evidence-based skill set, which is simple to develop, has been proven to improve productivity, reduce blood pressure, improve sleep, decrease anxiety and depression, and improve immune function.
This lecture is part of the UH Drug Discovery Institute Research Forum.
QPR, which stands for “Question, Persuade, Refer”, is a nationally recognized suicide prevention program designed to educate persons to recognize and respond to the signs of suicidal thinking or behavior.
Registration Required: https://uh.edu/caps/outreach/qpr-suicide-prevention/
A discussion group for Latina-identified graduate students. REACH aims to honor this diversity while acknowledging the core values, histories, and philosophies that influence Latina identity and the educational experience.
QPR, which stands for “Question, Persuade, Refer,” is a nationally recognized suicide prevention program designed to educate persons to recognize and respond to the signs of suicide thinking or behavior.
This workshop educates UH students, faculty and staff on terminology, pronouns, heteronormative privilege and inclusive practices in support of the LGBTQIA community.
Pop Pilates is an intense, mat-based workout that develops a strong core and lean muscles, all to the beat of the music!
“Cultivating the Three S’s: Stillness, Silence, and Spaciousness” Join UH staff member and meditation teacher Gabriel Durham for guided meditation. Gabriel is trained in many schools of mindfulness from relaxing breath watching (anapana) to awareness cultivation (vipasana). Achieve relaxation and build new states of mind in this monthly offering.
Cardio Dance fuses musical rhythms and choreographed dance moves together to create a dynamic workout that’s designed for funand a good workout! in mind. Moving to the music allows your mind to relax while your body is in constant motion.
The LGBTQ+ POC Chats are for all sexual and gender identities as well as people questioning their identity. It is an intentional space for students of color to share lived experiences.