Research has demonstrated that regular participation in activities that emphasize the connection between mind and body, such as yoga, tai chi, Pilates, meditation and mindfulness training, may prevent negative effects of stress such as insomnia, depression, anxiety and headaches. Such activities can also improve one's overall health and enhance resilience during times of stress.
The Mind/Body Team at UHS applies a holistic approach, one that emphasizes the connection between mind and body, to treating and preventing physical illnesses and psychological disorders. Team members provide mind/body interventions such as meditation, relaxation, cognitive therapy and mindfulness to address psychological and physical concerns.
Mind/Body Campus Resources
The following campus resources can help members of the Princeton University maintain optimal health and beat stress:
Stress Management: Meditation Over Lunch
Mindfulness Training for Graduate Students
Counseling and Psychological Services, McCosh Health Center. Open to all graduate students. Pre-registration required. Free. For more information and registration, email: email@example.com
Campus Wide Mind/Body Programs
Open to graduate students and their spouses/partners. Registration and fee required. Visit http://www.princeton.edu/~byoga/
For more information on mind/body health services or to list your class or group as part of the Mind/Body Campus Resources, call UHS at (609) 258-3285 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.