Weekly Virtual Yoga for Students
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Kate Wilhelmi offers free virtual yoga classes to Public Health Students Wednesdays between 4:30 pm- 5:30 pm. How to attend:

Please note variable times and locations for Winter Term 2020:

  • 2/19: 4:30pm, 1680 Community Room
  • 2/26: 5pm, M1112 SPH II
  • 3/4 (no class - spring break)
  • 3/11: 5pm, 1680 Community Room
  • 3/18: 4:30pm
  • 3/25: 4:30pm
  • 4/1: 4:30pm
  • 4/8: 4:30pm
  • 4/15: 4:30pm
  • 4/22: 4:30pm
  • 4/29: 4:30pm

About Kate Wilhelmi: After earning her Master's in Education Leadership and Policy from the University of Michigan's School of Education, Kate transitioned to full-time staff in the Epidemiology Department as the Internship Coordinator. As a dancer growing up and runner during and post-college, Kate was drawn to yoga's holistic benefits for the body, mind, and spirit. Yoga is challenging and encourages personal growth through practice and meditation. It is about listening to one's inner voice. There's also a collective power of community that happens when people practice together in a shared space that Kate is passionate about. Kate enjoys facilitating and providing a space where people are encouraged to explore, be mindful, and be present in the moment.

Weekly Virtual Yoga for Students

Kate Wilhelmi (katewil@umich.edu) Certified Yoga Instructor

April 8, 2020
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Recurs Weekly
Online
Online URL: https://meet.google.com/imy-pokv-hgy
Sponsored by: Office for Student Engagement and Practice
Contact Information: Dani Koel danikoel@umich.edu

Kate Wilhelmi offers free virtual yoga classes to Public Health Students Wednesdays between 4:30 pm- 5:30 pm. How to attend:

Please note variable times and locations for Winter Term 2020:

  • 2/19: 4:30pm, 1680 Community Room
  • 2/26: 5pm, M1112 SPH II
  • 3/4 (no class - spring break)
  • 3/11: 5pm, 1680 Community Room
  • 3/18: 4:30pm
  • 3/25: 4:30pm
  • 4/1: 4:30pm
  • 4/8: 4:30pm
  • 4/15: 4:30pm
  • 4/22: 4:30pm
  • 4/29: 4:30pm

About Kate Wilhelmi: After earning her Master's in Education Leadership and Policy from the University of Michigan's School of Education, Kate transitioned to full-time staff in the Epidemiology Department as the Internship Coordinator. As a dancer growing up and runner during and post-college, Kate was drawn to yoga's holistic benefits for the body, mind, and spirit. Yoga is challenging and encourages personal growth through practice and meditation. It is about listening to one's inner voice. There's also a collective power of community that happens when people practice together in a shared space that Kate is passionate about. Kate enjoys facilitating and providing a space where people are encouraged to explore, be mindful, and be present in the moment.

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