Interested in exploring Mt. Auburn Cemetery by foot? Enjoy a spring walk and join us for this casual walking tour. Convene at John Harvard Statue at University Hall in the Harvard Yard. The one-way distance to cemetery is 30 minutes (1.5 miles). Spend as much time as you like walking the grounds at the cemtery, with or without the group.
At work and need to stretch and refresh? No mat? No problem. Learn how you can regain energy and restore flexibility with brief seated and standing yoga, and a relaxing ten minute guided mindfulness meditation. All adaptable to your work space.
Come once; come weekly to these informal meditation gatherings. Everyone is welcome – no prior meditation experience is necessary. We will practice a 20 minute meditation. Practice will be eclectic and will include loving kindness meditation, breath meditation, body scan and more!.
Monday - Friday 12:15pm
Grays Hall, Basement entrance, Serenity Room
(academic year and summer)
Thursdays 12:30pm Resource Room, 6th Floor, Smith Campus Center
If you acquire an injury while participating in a Center for Wellness program you are asked to notify us immediately. A report of the injury will be filed promptly and the appropriate action will be taken.
The Center for Wellness does not issue refunds for courses or sessions that an individual was unable to attend. However, refunds will be issued if a course or session has to be cancelled due to lack of enrollment or if an individual withdraws from a course BEFORE the first scheduled date of the course (minus at $15.00 processing fee).
Yes, the Center for Wellness does pro-rate courses if registration occurs after the first class meeting. However, individuals will NOT be reimbursed for classes missed once they have registered and paid for the entire session.
Harvard students, faculty, and staff are not required to complete the agreement. However, any spouses, dependents, alumni, or retirees taking a movement/exercise class, must sign an Exercise Class Participant Agreement, available online or at the center for wellness.
Yes, courses that cost more than $100 can be paid in two installments: one before the class begins and the second at the mid-point of the session. Courses under $100 must be paid in full at the time of registration.