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CHEW Wellness Events

weekly wellness classes

Students, staff and faculty are welcome to attend the free weekly wellness classes.

Classes are held during the fall and spring semesters.

Mondays *

Mindfulness Meditation, 5pm – 5:30pm, 305 Weinberg Memorial Library

Tuesdays

Mindfulness Meditation, 5- 5:45pm, 305 Weinberg Memorial Library

Wednesdays

Hatha Yoga, 12:15- 12:50, Royals Room in the Byron
Energizing Yoga, 6pm – 7pm, Royals Room in the Byron

Thursdays

Energizing Yoga, 5pm – 6pm, Royals Room in the Byron

Fridays

Gentle Yoga, 12:10pm – 12:40pm, Royals Room in the Byron


Email chew@scranton.edu to be placed on a group email to receive notifications about room changes and/or cancellations about the class you are interested in attending.


Energizing Yoga: This class is for experienced students as well as beginners with a higher fitness level. Breath is emphasized throughout this practice. The class includes sun salutations, standing, seated and reclining poses as well as some balancing poses. Relaxation closes the class.
Wednesdays 6pm – 7pm in the Royals Room in the Byron
Thursdays 5pm – 6pm in the Royals Room in the Byron
Open to students, staff and faculty.



Gentle Yoga: This class is perfect for the beginner or someone who prefers a slower yoga class. Basic yoga poses will be taught.  Breathing practices and relaxation techniques will be presented to achieve an inner sense of wellbeing. Instruction will include simple alignment techniques to cultivate comfortable posture and internal strength.
12:10pm – 12:40pm
Royals Room in the Byron
Open to students, staff and faculty
Instructor: Patrice Lawrence



Hatha Yoga: This class is suitable for the beginner yoga practitioner. Basic yoga poses will be taught. Breathing practices and relaxation techniques will be presented to achieve an inner sense of wellbeing. Instruction will include simple alignment techniques to cultivate comfortable posture and internal strength.
Wednesdays 12:15pm – 12:50pm
Royals Room in the Byron
Open to students, staff and faculty.
Bring your own mat
Instructor: Amy Driscoll McNulty, RYT 200



Mindfulness Meditation: This half hour class provides the fundamentals of Mindfulness Mediation which is shown to reduce anxiety, depression and to improve well-being. Through increased awareness of body sensations, thoughts and emotions and a reduction in stress sensations these practices are intended to enhance the participant’s ability to recognize and respond to the stressors of everyday life.
Through meditation and awareness exercises, we will explore this practical time-proven approach to living fully in the present moment.
Open to students, staff and faculty
Mondays at 5pm: Phil Sallavanti, CALM of NEPA
Tuesdays at 5pm: Lisa Rigau MS, BSN, RN, Healthy Lifestyle Management

 

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