Each semester, Oberlin Conservatory offers a series of programming intended to promote robust physical and mental health for students, and also to integrate social justice programming with a focus on maintaining a healthy community environment for all.

If there are additional programs or resources you would like to see offered, please contact Associate Dean for Academic Support Chris Jenkins at cjenkins@oberlin.edu .

Coming Events - Spring Semester 2020

Did you miss out on Contemporary Alexander workshops this semester? 
Robyn Avalon and her teaching team will return to Oberlin February 3-9

Sign-ups for individual and group sessions will go out toward the end of winter term.


Looking for tips on injury prevention? 
Dr. Alan Lockwood will be giving a presentation on "Injury Prevention for Musicians." Dr. Lockwood is a neurologist who founded the Musicians Injury Clinic in Houston in 1980, and is a current resident of Kendal at Oberlin. 

Stay posted for more details on the time and location of this presentation in February 2020.

Feeling frazzled by the time you reach the end of a semester? 
John Thomas Dodson will conduct mindfulness workshops in February and March 2020
Dr. Dodson is the founder of Blue Heron Mindfulness Living  and an expert on Buddhist and Vipassana meditation.
 
Dates and times of workshops will be announced in the spring semester.


"Yoga for Musicians" returns with Melissa White and Elena Urioste! 
Get tips on injury prevention and take part in yoga sessions designed specifically for musicians when these yogi-musicians return April 14-16.