UCF Wellness & Health Promotion Services is excited to now offer Koru classes as part of our stress management program. This class is free for enrolled UCF and Valencia Downtown students and is offered several times a semester.
During this class, students will be introduced to the practice of mindfulness and learn several skills, including meditation, for managing stress and enriching their lives. The class will be held at the same time, on the same day for four weeks, and will be 90 minutes in duration.
If you would like more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Koru Basic course for Summer B will be in the RWC at Knights Plaza. It will meet on Thursdays from 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. starting on 7/7/22 and ending on 7/28/22.
Registration link: https://student.korumindfulness.org/course-detail.html?course_id=6439
This class is brought to you through a grant from Trust in the Meditation Process, a charitable foundation encouraging meditation, mindfulness, and contemplative prayer.
Pam coordinates the biofeedback counseling program and stress management services at Wellness & Health Promotion Services. She is a licensed mental health counselor, board-certified in biofeedback counseling, and a certified Koru instructor.
Pam practices mindfulness because it helps her to be more “awake” to the world around her and feel calmer in her daily activities.
Stacey is from North Carolina where she received a degree in Exercise Science from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Stacey earned her Master’s in Sport and Exercise Science from UCF in 2019 while completing a graduate assistantship in Fitness. Stacey is a Certified Exercise Physiologist, Personal Trainer, and Group Exercise Instructor.
Stacey loves practicing meditation because of how effectively it can calm the body and mind.