Recovery Yoga begins on September 5th and will take place every Wednesday at 7pm!
Our belief is that teaching yoga is a tool for personal change and mental healing. We strive to help people in need of emotional healing such as those recovering from drug and alcohol use, mental health struggles, eating disorders, victims of sexual assault, and veterans.
Classes are free, no registration required, and take place at the Christiana Engagement Center. Recovery yoga is focused on providing a healing environment through the use of yoga for those who have been impacted by substance use disorders, trauma, and/or mental health concerns. We partner with the Transformation Yoga Project to bring this resource to our campus weekly.
Yoga, Exercise and Movement
We know that during this time maintaining sobriety or managing trauma may be more challenging. We also know that stressful times like this are challenging for everyone. Engaging in practices that promote physical wellness can aid in managing these stressors. As a result, we are excited to share this collection of FREE fitness class videos which Employee Health and Wellbeing have made available to the entire UD community. Classes are taught by trained instructors and range in length from 20 – 60 minutes. The course library includes: yoga, Zumba, Pilates, HIIT, and more.