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Second floor, Room 202A (UU 202A)
Phone number: 307-268-2267
News and Events
Koru Basic 1: Tuesdays from 2-3:15pm in UU 315
Sept 19, Sept 26, Oct 3 and Oct 10
Koru Basic 2: Tuesdays from 7-8:15pm in UU 315
Nov 7, Nov 14, Nov 21 and Nov 28
See more information on Koru below
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Koru Mindfulness Courses: Sign Up Now!
Location: Room 315 in the Student Union
More info about Koru Basics for Students
Each semester, the Campus Wellness Center offers Koru Mindfulness, an evidence-based curriculum specifically designed for teaching hands-on mindfulness, meditation, and stress management skills to college students. It’s a four-week, one hour per week class, and we use the book, “The Mindful Twentysomething,” by Holly Rogers (available for check out from the Wellness Center or the CC Library, or for purchase from the CC Bookstore). The course helps participants learn to manage stress and negative thinking, to improve their sleep, to focus and study better, and to simply enjoy life more. It’s also a great way to meet and interact with other students! Each class has a limit of 10 attendees, and we will meet in room 315 of the Union. Join us for the journey!
- Koru 2.0 for Students, Faculty and Staff: Mondays April 4, 11, 18 and 25 at 12 – 12:50 p.m.
More info about Koru 2.0 for students, faculty and staff
Koru 2.0 is the four-week mindfulness and meditation class for emerging adults that is the “advanced” class for students who have already completed Koru Basic. Koru 2.0 builds on the skills developed in Koru Basic and provides an opportunity for students to further their practice and deepen their skills. Koru 2.0 has similarities to Koru Basic and some key differences as well.