Weekdays Monday-Thursday (Times Vary) Warch Campus Center
Saturdays 4-5 (Student Led)  Center for SRL

The Office of Spiritual and Religious Life co-sponsors the weekly Yoga session arranged by the Wellness Center.  Individuals are also welcome to use the space in the center for personal practice.  

Open Movement Jams

Select Sundays

Warch Campus Center - Esch Hurvis Studio

Join in partnership with Lawrence professor Margaret Paek and the ensemble who gather to practice letting your body be an instrument of your spirit.  Make a noise, sing, move, play an instrument....YOU decide how you want to participate in a jam space.  Open movement encourages confidence, embraces creativity, and enables self discovery. 

Tai Chi

Mondays   the ying yang symbol
4:15 - 4:45 pm (usually in Esch)
Check the LU calendar for locations

Join Dean Linda Morgan-Clement for a Tai Chi break. Tai chi, also called tai chi chuan, is a noncompetitive, self-paced system of gentle physical exercise and stretching. Each posture flows into the next without pause, ensuring that your body is in constant motion. Improve your balance, circulation, and energy flow through this ancient practice.

Open Meditation

buddhist meditation

430-5pm  At the Center for SRL

The Meditation room will be available on Wednesdays between 4:30 - 5 pm for anyone who would like to join others to create or follow a practice of sitting meditation.  This weekly meditation session is open to students, faculty, and staff. No need to stay for the duration; come and go as your schedule allows. 
The Meditation Room is a reservable space and also available for drop in usage. 

Also check out the new early morning meditation group forming around the 8am hour on weekdays. 

Deep Listening

Join the Lawrence deep listening community and learn how to deeply experience the world through the art of listening—through sound, through movement, through memory.

Deep Listening is a contemplative practice of hearing in which we are fully present with what is happening in the moment without trying to control or judge it.  It stimulates collaborative thinking. We let go of our inner clamoring and our usual assumptions and listen with respect for precisely what is being heard. No experience needed. Come listen.

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