GSB Wellness Day Fall 2023
The Gabelli School of Business Office of Graduate Advising and Student Engagement invites you to a day of wellness.
With finals coming up and the Spring term coming to a close, it is a very stressful time. The goal of these workshops and presentations is to promote well-being and mindfulness, and to learn better ways to treat the mind, body, and brain. Several of the workshops will be hands-on, so get ready to roll up your sleeves for some impactful activities.
GSB graduate students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to attend.
This event will be held in person in the South Lounge, Lowenstein Building on the Lincoln Center Campus.
Renew your connection between breath, body, and mind in this open-level yoga session. You will explore movement and meditation in a supportive practice that will help you stretch, de-stress, and reboot.
Time: 10:15 AM - 11:05 AM
Lisa has been teaching yoga and movement for over a decade. She completed her 500-hour yoga teaching certification at YogaWorks, with additional training in restorative and therapeutic yoga. Lisa teaches weekly group classes at YogaSole and Urbn Playground, and offers private classes throughout New York City.
This workshop is designed to empower individuals with practical strategies and insights to effectively manage and reduce stress. Includes guided practice.
Time: 11:15 AM - 12:05 PM
Calm City delivers innovative wellness programs, meditation training, and workshops virtually and on-site at your office, school, or event. Explore self-discovery, self-growth, and compassion with Calm City.
They empower people to create a happier, healthier world.
This is a focus skills workshop on how to turn off TikTok and finish that homework assignment. Social media and the pandemic, which we are still living through, have affected our ability to pay attention for long periods of time. Distractibility adversely affects learning, the academic experience, and overall project management, no matter where that project may be.
This workshop will highlight focus skill-building from science, student success stories, and personal anecdotes about the difficulty of finishing a dissertation through the diversions from work, family, life, and Netflix.
Time: 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM
Student Success Centered Assistant Dean in the Academic Advising and Student Engagement Office of the Gabelli School of Business Fordham University with skills in student affairs management, event planning, written communication, and public speaking. She is an education professional that holds a Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) focused in Educational Leadership and Administration from Fordham University. Her research interest prioritizes student engagement and retention, community building and integration.
This workshop offers meditation and art making for wellbeing. Beginning with a simple doodle, participants will engage in meditative art making exercises while creating their own abstract art work that is grounded in mindfulness principles. Art making activities include drawing, tracing, cutting, pasting, and coloring.
All levels of artistic abilities are welcome!
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Emily Porter is an artist, art educator, and mindful meditator. Trained in the Power of Awareness, she has led weekly mindful meditations with students in a law school access program for the last five years. Emily has worked with GSB students to develop self-awareness of their leadership behaviors and potential. Emily completed a Master’s thesis project on Mindfulness in Schools as part of the Art Education graduate degree at City College, New York. She enjoys sharing the innumerable benefits of mindfulness, especially through art and art making.
We will be offering 12 minute chair massages.
This is offered in partnership with the Office of Human Resources Management.
Time: 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
You will be meeting with a licensed licensed massage therapist.