Meditation

  • Vanderbilt University

    Join weekly meditation sessions each Friday through end of semester

    As students enter the final month of classes for the spring 2021 semester, they are invited to join the Center for Student Wellbeing’s virtual meditation sessions featuring Vice Provost Vanessa Beasley and Assistant Provost Jill Stratton. The meditation series occurs every Friday at 8:30 a.m. CT through April 30. Read More

    Mar. 29, 2021

  • Meditation on the Go

    New ground stickers across campus encourage ‘Meditation on the Go’

    Students, faculty and staff walking on campus this week may have noticed new “Meditation on the Go” ground stickers outside The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, Sarratt Student Center and most residence halls. The meditation tracks were created by University Counseling Center therapist Heather Boyd to encourage moments of calm awareness. Read More

    Mar. 5, 2021

  • Vanderbilt University

    12 ways to support your mental wellness

    Caring for your mental wellness affects every part of your life by reducing stress and anxiety, increasing resilience, building self-awareness and simply making you feel better. The Student Care Network shares 12 mindful things you can do to support your health and wellness. Read More

    Feb. 8, 2021

  • Osher Lifelong Learning class at West End Methodist Church

    Vanderbilt Osher winter term: Innovation, ‘Julius Caesar’ and more

    Innovative thinking in the digital age, women in the civil rights movement and acting for opera are among the winter 2019 classes offered by Vanderbilt’s Osher Institute for Lifelong Learners. Read More

    Dec. 21, 2018

  • Vanderbilt University

    Yoga and meditation on Wyatt Lawn April 17

    Join the Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center for a 30-minute outdoor yoga class and a 30-minute meditation class led by Vanessa Beasley, dean of The Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, that will rejuvenate and energize your afternoon. Read More

    Apr. 11, 2018

  • Vanderbilt University

    Mindfulness experts call for more scientific rigor, less hype

    David Vago, Ph.D., is one of the principal authors of a “Mind the Hype” article in Perspectives on Psychological Science that calls for more scientific evaluation, circumspect reporting and uniform treatment standards for mindfulness and meditation. Read More

    Oct. 11, 2017