Spiritual wellness is about connecting your mind and body, and participating in activities that are in line with your values and beliefs.

It can be achieved through prayer, mindfulness and a variety of other techniques. Learn more about spiritual wellness resources at VCU.

 

Work/life and wellness workshops?
VCU Human Resources offers faculty and staff a variety of resources, at no charge, to help balance work and home responsibilities. This includes family resources such as child and elder care, financial tools, and employee discounts. Learn more at hr.vcu.edu.

Yoga classes
VCU Human Resources coordinates chair yoga classes. You can attend as many sessions as you like at no charge. Plus, you don't have to be a Rec Sports member to participate. See the latest schedule at hr.vcu.edu.

VCU Artfulness Program
Artfulness is the attention to the present moment by means of artistic practices and sensory experiences. This online curriculum houses four sessions meant to help adults focus less on the stress of yesterday and tomorrow and focus more on being in the now. Learn more about the VCU Artfulness Program.

Virginia retreats for wellness
Plan a weekend away from everyday life and stress at one of these Virginia retreats.

Helpful tips for spiritual wellness:

  • Attend a yoga class

  • Reflect upon your day

  • Get a massage

  • Attend a VCU work/life event