Conley Wellness Wednesday

Spring 2024

Conley Wellness Wednesday's will be a mix of in person programs and podcast episodes "Take 10 for You" that become available on Sound Cloud.

Spring 2024 Conley Wellness Wednesday Poster

Intro to Yoga

January 24, 2024        

5-6 p.m. and 6-7 p.m., Student Life Center Mind Body Room

Danielle Regan, Yoga Instructor

Doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or advanced- try out yoga. This class combines physical postures, breathwork and mindfulness to create a complete system of exercise for the mind, body and soul. Please wear loose and comfortable clothing you can move in. Yoga mats are provided and the class is free. Attendance is first-come, first-served and is open to the first 40 participants who show up for class. Yoga mats will be raffled off at the end of each session.

Meditation Practice

January 31, 2024

6-6:45 p.m., Corey Union Exhibition Lounge

Emily Quinlan, Assistant Director of Care and Outreach Services and Certified Meditation Teacher and Lauren Scagnelli, Health Educator

Join us to learn what meditation is, why it is helpful, myths surrounding it and experience a variety of meditations. Participants will leave with resources to assist their meditation practice. Meditation pillows will be raffled off at the end.

Microaggressions 101

February 7, 2024

1-3 p.m., Student Life Center Lobby

Health Promotion, Multicultural Life and Diversity Office and Wellness Peer Educators

Join us to learn the basics about microaggressions. Stop by the table to enter to win a gift basket.


February 14, 2024

1-3 p.m., Neubig Hall Lobby

Crystal Meyers, LMT, Health Promotion and Wellness Peer Educators

Aromatherapy is using essential oils for therapeutic benefit. Essential oils can be used for a variety of purposes by smelling them. Try out some essential oils and see if it is helpful for you. Free samples are provided.

Loud in the House of Myself

February 21, 2024

7-8 p.m., Corey Union Exhibition Lounge

Stacy Pershall, National Speaker from Active Minds

Join us as Stacy relates her personal journey from her early childhood, punctuated by severe bullying from her classmates to her struggles with depression and eating disorders in college. Get ready to connect, learn, and leave here with a deep understanding and a feeling of community – let's build a community that supports each other.

The Rites and Wrongs of Passage

February 28, 2024

7:30 -8:30 p.m., Corey Union Function Room

Dr. Jamison Keller, National Speaker from CampuSpeak

Hazing is an often misunderstood and overlooked issue that takes root on our campuses and in our organizations, sometimes without us realizing it. This program is designed to open up dialogue about how a hazing culture begins and changes over time. We will discuss the short and long-term impact a hazing culture has on us morally, physically, psychologically, and legally. Finally, we will develop a plan of action that will include creating prestigious rites of passage that will uphold a strong anti-hazing culture within our organizations.

Safe Spring Break

March 6, 2024

1-3 p.m., Student Life Center Lobby

Health Promotion, It's On Us Action Team, Prevention Education and Wellness Peer Educators

Stop by our fair to check out how to be safe on spring break. Free items will be given away as well!

Career Well-Being

March 20, 2024

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Guest speaker: Nan Pasquarello, Director of Career Services

We discuss what career well-being is, how to figure out what career is right for you, how to best prepare, and more.

Challenge Diet Culture

March 27, 2024

1-3 p.m., Neubig Hall Lobby

CAS Dietitian, Health Promotion and Wellness Peer Educators

Learn what diet culture is and ways to challenge it. Snacks will be provided.

S’more Consent

April 3, 2024

1-3 p.m., Neubig Hall Lobby

Health Promotion, It’s On Us Action Team and Wellness Peer Educators

Stop by for a few minutes to make a s'more while learning about consent.

Men and Mental Health

April 10, 2024

6-6:45 p.m., Corey Union Exhibition Lounge

Panel of speakers

Our panel of speakers will share their experiences as men and their mental health.

Cannabis and Coping

April 17, 2024

6-6:45 p.m., Corey Union Exhibition Lounge

Marissa Whitaker, Prevention Educator

Learn about common reasons why people use cannabis to cope, why it’s important to have other coping strategies and other ways that students can find relief, aside from cannabis.

Grow Your Own Vegetable Plant

April 24, 2024

1 – 3 p.m., Corey Union Steps

Health Promotion and Wellness PEER Interns

Learn what the benefits of growing your own vegetable plants are and how to care for them. Then plant one and take a free vegetable plant with you!

Contact the Health Promotion Office

Lauren Scagnelli

Health Educator

Rose Ryan

Administrative Assistant

Corey Union, Room 202

Phone 607-753-2066