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Contemplative Practices Resource Fair

Contemplative Practice Tree
The Tree of Contemplative Practices

The University Health Services Health Education and Wellness Program will sponsor a resource fair to promote a wide variety of contemplative practices inspired by the Tree of Contemplative Practices.  

"We envision higher education as an opportunity to cultivate a deep personal and social awareness in order to stimulate inquiry into what is most meaningful to us as interconnected human beings. We seek to recast the traditional foundations for education into a truly integrative, transformative, and communal enterprise that is wholly open and inclusive of all backgrounds and that cultivates each person in the fullest possible way." (The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society). 

To learn more abou the Tree of Contemplative Practices, visit

For additional information, please contact Linda Jorgensen, Director, UHS Health Education and Wellness Program.

To reserve a table at the resource fair please use the 'Register Now' link. To be reminded of this or other campus wellness programs, click here


Confirmed Exhibitors as of April 24, 2013

Boston BioFeedback

Boston Maum Meditation Center

Center for Mindful Self-Compassion

Hearts and Minds

Shambhala Boston

UMass Boston Zen

YogaCaps, Inc.

For disability-related accommodations, including dietary accommodations, please visit two weeks prior to the event.