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This is a practice of Asana (physical movement), Pranayama (breathing exercises), and Dhyana (meditation). Each class will include mindfulness & breath control techniques, warm up movements to activate the body, a sequence of postures to maintain balance, flexibility and strength, and finally a deep relaxation experience. This is a wonderful holistic practice to engage the body, mind and spirit…
This wellness experience will allow you to focus on your mind-body connection through restful poses, controlled breathing, and relaxation that will help you manage stress and anxiety. This group meets every Monday from 4-4:50m in Room 148. Open to all Duke Students, faculty, and staff. No registration or experience necessary. Limited yoga mats are available for use.
Created by one of our Wellness Interns, this wellness experience gives you a chance to become a part of an inclusive community while learning or improving upon a skill that promotes wellness through the mindful activity of painting while listening to music. All materials are provided and no prior experience necessary! This group meets biweekly on Tuesdays from 6:30pm – 8:00pm in the Student …
Duke FORM will be holding its monthly general body meeting in Brodhead Center room 068.
Relax and create a zen garden using supplies provided during the event. Fruit available to snack on.
Join Smart Home members for gingerbread houses and movies.
Join Speak of the Devil and Deja Blue for a Christmas a capella concert!
Interested in recruiting consulting, finance or both? Want to know the difference between industries or why people choose one or the other? Attend our Consulting v. Finance Panel Event to hear thoughts from BOW members who have done both!
Dropping off collected items.
Come join us in the CSGD to make coasters with plastic dimond painting! There will be free food!
Come wind down and study with United in Praise for finals!
“The Triangle’s most spectacular holiday tradition is back! Cary’s Koka Booth Amphitheatre will once again serve as the home of the North Carolina Chinese Lantern Festival when it returns this winter for an 7th year. The renderings have been approved and Chinese artisans are busy crafting more than 40 all new displays, each one comprised of hundreds of parts, and thousands of LED lights. T…