Additional Mindfulness Opportunities

Mindfulness and Yoga with the Student Wellness Center

Mindfulness Sessions, Drop Ins, and Classes with the Student Wellness Center

The SWC offers a variety of live mindfulness experiences that include 10-minute "pop ups," 30-minute drop-in practice/discussions, and 4-week intro classes. You can also check out the library of SWC audio and video recordings that include brief micro-practices as well as longer guided meditations.

Yoga classes, Demos, and Recordings from the Student Wellness Center

If you are looking for some mindful movement, the SWC's virtual and in-person yoga experiences welcome all abilities and backgrounds. Recordings of full classes as well as briefer sequences are posted online for your enjoyment anytime!

Mindfulness Meditation Series for Faculty and Staff

Instructor:  Bruce McClelland 

Mindfulness training: Bringing mindfulness into our everyday life  

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. via Zoom 

Begins on Tuesday, October 4 and ends on Thursday, November 17, 2022 

Please register here.  Once you have registered, you will be sent a Zoom connection link. 

Through the practice of mindfulness meditation, we gradually become more familiar with our mind and how to better appreciate it. With a consistent meditation practice, we learn to awaken our own innate wisdom. We quickly discover that by resting and stabilizing our mind, we have more clarity in our life. The trick is to actually sit down and do it with some consistency. As we identify obstacles that hinder our practice and cultivate habits that help us persevere, we can establish a practice that works for us.  

Meditation helps us to create less harm in our daily life, cultivate friendship with ourself as we are, and realize that every situation we encounter has the possibility to be our teacher.  

This series combines short talks, group discussion, and plenty of time for guided meditation practice. It is brought to you free of charge with the support of Information, Technology & Consulting. No previous experience is required. Beginners and drop-ins are welcome. 

About the instructor 

Bruce McClelland has been a student of mindfulness meditation for over four decades. He founded the Tuck Mindfulness Society at Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business in 2015, where he taught mindfulness for seven years. He currently teaches at Dartmouth's Department of Information, Technology & Consulting (since 2018) and also at the Vermont Law & Graduate School. Bruce has participated as both a student and a teacher in hundreds of meditation classes, retreats, and training sessions.