Please note that all events are on hold until classes start again in September--check back for an updated events schedule in the fall. Have a wonderful and well summer!
Sign up to receive info about upcoming Well-Woman events and programs. Send us an email to let us know you'd like your name added to the Well-Woman Email List. All events take place in the Well-Woman office, 119 Reid, unless otherwise noted.
Every Sunday, 7:15-8pm, "Gentle" Vinyasa Yoga
This class is designed for those looking for stress reduction, increased flexibility, and a foundation in meditative principles.
Every Thursday (EXCEPT Feb 21st, March 7th + 21st, and April 4th), 7:15-8pm, Vinyasa Flow Yoga
In this class we will be moving more quickly from pose to pose whilst synchronizing with our breath, great for those who'd like to work up a sweat!
Come once, once in a while, or every week! (please bring your own mat if possible)
Every Thursday at 7PM. No experience necessary—all are welcome...including crocheters!
Every Thursday at 4:15pm
Join WW peer educators for a 30-40 minute run through Riverside Park (or around the track, on especially cold days!). We'll be running at a conversational pace, and all are welcome. Meet in the 119 Reid.
A GYN Ed. Session is a chance for you to:
All women who are having their first gyn appointment arestrongly encouragedto attend an Ed Session. Students are encouraged to speak privately with a Peer Educator or Well-Woman staff member if they have personal questions.
Please Note: The Ed Session is meant to make you more comfortable with the setting, information, and issues which come up at gyn appointments to prepare you to engage in a thorough discussion with your practitioner. It is not meant to replace discussion with your practitioner.
When are Education Sessions and where?
Every Tuesday night at 7:30pm in the Well-Woman office, 119 Reid. Sessions last approximately 1/2 hour. If possible, it is best to attend an education session at least one week before your gyn appointment.
Who conducts the Education Sessions?
Peer Educators are Barnard students who, through Well-Woman, educate and facilitate discussions in the Barnard community about important health issues. They go through an intensive and an on-going training process in order to increase their knowledge and skills.
Questions? Unable to come on a Tuesday night? Want a private session?
Call the Well-Woman office at 854-3063 or visit our office in 119 Reid. Staff or Peer Educators will gladly speak with you and/or meet with you at a more convenient time.
The Barnard Primary Care Health Service and Well-Woman believe that education is an essential component of health. We are committed to helping students make informed choices through an understanding of their bodies and their health care needs.