January 29, 2012 9:41 PM
How to stay stress free this spring semester!
Welcome back! Hope everyone had an amazing winter break! I know for me, getting back into the groove of school can be difficult. Juggling classes, extracurriculars, fun, internships and friends can be a struggle especially after 4 weeks off.
The stress of a new semester can sometimes be overwhelming. That being said, there are tons of campus resources to take advantage of! Here are just two to consider when planning out your time commitments at the beginning of the semester:
1. Make sure to find time to relax and ease back into the semester! Maybe sign up for a yoga class?
Yoga to the People--This yoga studio is located on Shattuck avenue and is donation based. That means they recommend around $10 per class but if you don't the money, that is fine too! Check out the website for more details. http://yogatothepeople.com/berkeley/schedule-fees/
The RSF also has yoga classes you can check out. Look at their group exercise schedule for yoga classes as well as other fun fitness classes.
2. If you are interested in learning more health and wellness skills or meditation, check out the skills groups offered through University Health Services at the Tang Center. Most of the groups start meeting in early February and generally meet 8 times over the course of the semester. Check out the Tang center website for more details!
Make sure to take advantage of the resources Berkeley has to offer before midterms and finals kick in!
Compassionate meditation can also help in this task. you see: thai massage
Posted by Javier | 2013-09-13
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