On Thursday, Dec. 1, the World Languages & Digital Humanities Studio will host a Dance Release event to help graduate students and faculty manage and relieve stress through movement. Organized and led by Chy'Na Nellon, a doctoral candidate in comparative literatures and cultures, this 45-minute movement session will focus on stress release and self-expression through movement. Participants will engage in stretching, breathing techniques, balance and independent, freeform movement with music.
Please note this is not a dance instruction class and will be held in a relaxing, casual atmosphere. This event is for graduate students and faculty only.
Dance Release: Stress Release Through Movement will begin at 5:15 p.m. in J.B. Hunt Center 207 and is free to attend. For more information, contact Chy'Na Nellon.