chillWELL, beat stress and optimize your wellbeing, quality of life and performance.
According to a recent AP-mtvU poll, 85% of college students report feeling stressed daily. The good news is that transforming stress is very doable. Simple activities that are easy to learn can dramatically change the way someone perceives stress. As little as two minutes a day of training your brain to scan the world for the positive and express gratitude can be effective at changing stress levels. WELLWVU’s website has interactive games and articles related to stress management and chill “wellcasts,” for stress reduction here.
Students are encouraged to take pictures of things they’re grateful for and post them on Instagram using #wvugrateful. To learn more about how to participate in chillWELL activities, like us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/WELLWVU) or request a program here.
Learn Anusara Inspired yoga techniques and begin to shift your point of view to focus on the positive and be connected to your heart space. Yoga is also great for decreasing stress and increasing strength, flexibility, and vitality.
Transform stress into resilience with this computer based biofeedback system. Heartmath focuses on teaching students to self-regulate emotions and build coherence (smoother, more relaxed heart rhythms) skills.
An experiential workshop that helps students understand the relationship between thinking and stress, and provides students with tools to help self-regulate the stress response.
Helps students understand the underlying causes of stress and examine root causes of stress in their lives. Provides students with tools to cultivate self-awareness and reduce stress.
Using an online tool called the WELLGO calendar, participants in this workshop will use building blocks to plan and identify activities that make up a typical day (e.g., breakfast, class, workout, free time, dinner, etc.). Analysis helps them understand what behaviors might be contributing to higher levels of stress and directs to resources. Conversations focused on setting priorities and exploring relationships between specific behaviors and performance leads students to optimize their plan.
Use building blocks to plan and identify activities that make up a typical day (e.g., breakfast, class, workout, free time, dinner, etc.). Understand how you’re spending most of your time and whether you’re making the most out of the time you have. Learn how to set priorities and explore relationships between specific behaviors and performance. Click here.
We’ve created a chillPack to help you chill and retrain your brain to look for the positive. Do one activity a day and watch your productivity and perspective change for the better. Click here.
Mantra Workshop is an artistic workshop that encourages the use of positive self statements
No need to schedule – just click here and listen online.
No need to schedule – just click here and listen online