Posts tagged with 'Recreation Management & Therapeutic Recreation':

Some of the UW-La Crosse and Viterbo University students in health professions who met last year to participate in a hands-on simulation to work collaboratively with goals of helping patients meet their health goals. Making an ‘IMPACT’ Posted 1:23 p.m. Thursday, March 23, 2023 UWL, Viterbo students connect for hands-on health simulations Read more about Making an ‘IMPACT’ Mindfulness and meditation are forms of self-care. Here students in MIND 110: Introduction to Mindfulness sit in a circle practicing mindfulness on the UW-La Crosse campus. The class is another way the Recreation Management and Therapeutic Recreation Department is contributing to the greater goal of self-care. Self-care ideas for work Posted 10:19 a.m. Friday, Feb. 10, 2023 Recreational Therapists share 11 ways teams can create a sustainable environment for self-care Read more about Self-care ideas for work Story from Currents UW-La Crosse students and employees of UWL’s Outdoor Connection pose at an ice cave in the Kickapoo Valley Reserve near La Farge, Wisconsin, during a February 2021 hike. From left, Dylan Chapes, Mandie Schwarz, Marianna Malin, Alexis Tate and Thana Zoske. The Outdoor Connection on campus rents equipment for outdoor adventures throughout the year. Fun things to do in the winter Posted 5 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 12, 2023 UWL experts share the many recreation opportunities that await — just outside your door Read more about Fun things to do in the winter Story from Currents As part of a First Year Seminar course led by Jennifer Taylor, students have been performing random acts of kindness such as giving people handmade flowers or leaving sticky notes with positive messages written on them. The course explores how you can create happiness not just for yourself — but for others as well. A lesson in happiness Posted 8 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2022 Seminar course explores ways to spread joy Read more about A lesson in happiness Hixon Forest trees What is forest bathing? Posted 9:08 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022 Learn about forest bathing and its benefits Read more about What is forest bathing? Story from Currents A UWL mindfulness classes practices meditation outdoors on the UWL campus greens. The benefit of doing less Posted 3:48 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, 2022 Rec Professor shares tips to do less and be more productive Read more about The benefit of doing less Story from Currents UWL student Paige Coleman does a yoga pose on a wooden structure that students in a recreation management course added for quiet time and meditation among the pines on the Hickory Trail. This designated area for forest therapy is less than 1 mile into the woods on the Hixon Forest trail. Back to nature with shinrin-yoku Posted 1:28 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, 2022 UW-La Crosse students prepare La Crosse trail for community forest bathing Read more about Back to nature with shinrin-yoku Assistant Professor Tommy Means, Recreation Management and Therapeutic Recreation Department, standing, leads a 400-level assessment class therapeutic recreation student in helping run an assessment clinic and bike fitting with community members in Can’t Stop Me Parkinson’s Program. The new terra trike recumbent bicycle is available for students and community members to rent through UWL’s Outdoor Connection. The right path Posted 3:55 p.m. Monday, Oct. 3, 2022 New bike at UW-La Crosse will help students, community Read more about The right path Banner says Recreation trail proposals meet community needs Posted 10:29 a.m. Tuesday, April 19, 2022 Students and faculty work to align community vision with the building of future trails Read more about Recreation trail proposals meet community needs Adventurer Emily Ford will speak on Prairie Springs Lecture Posted 8 a.m. Thursday, April 14, 2022 Winter adventurer to share environmental adventures Read more about Prairie Springs Lecture

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