Graduate students often lead busy and sometimes stressful lives. It is important to find ways to appropriately manage stress and build healthy habits into your daily routine.
We offer students several ways to cultivate a practice of mindfulness to help you unwind, re-center and improve your general health. Mindfulness practice has been shown to help with self-care, cognitive function, and your relationships with those around you.
Spring 2019 Opportunities
Partnership with Monterey Bay Meditation Studio (MBMS)
Student Services has partnered with MBMS, which is located in Pacific Grove, to offer three free meditation sessions for MIIS students. For more information and to receive a 3-class pass, bring your student ID to the Office of Student Services.
Mindfulness Courses at MIIS
Two mindfulness courses are being offered during the semester and can be taken for credit.
Note: the curriculum and format for both these classes are the same; students from all programs are welcome to register for either class.
21524 CACS 8520 A, Mindfulness for Graduate Students (1 credit)
January 28 - March 14, Thursdays 4:00-5:50 pm, McGowan Wellness Space (MG215)
Instructor: Katie Dutcher
See more or register via BannerWeb
20922 TIAG 8520 A, Mindfulness for Interpreters (1 credit)
January 28 - March 26, Fridays 12:00-1:50 pm, McGowan Wellness Space (MG215)
Instructors: Julie Johnson & Marianne Rowe
Additional Mindfulness Resources
This mindfulness document provides helpful resources for self-study or for joining a mindfulness community, including:
- Local meditation and mindfulness groups in Monterey County
- Self-guided online meditations
- “How-to” articles and videos
Middlebury Mindfulness Initiative
This site provides updated events and venues for mindfulness at or around campus, as well as information about mindfulness at Middlebury College.