The I-Move program at Syracuse University

Exercise ClassThe I-MOVE program at Syracuse University includes credit-bearing courses offered through the School of Education’s Department of Exercise Science. There are I-MOVE courses for everyone! In any given semester, over 100 classes are offered including courses in dance techniques, coaching, lifetime fitness, aquatics, outdoor adventure, first aid/CPR and sports. For a complete listing of course offerings, please check the schedule of courses on My Slice.

For more details, browse Exercise Science I-MOVE programs at Syracuse University.

Campus Walking Routes

walking through the grass on a dirt pathStepping away from your desk or work area during your lunch or break can be a great way to clear your mind and come back refreshed and energized for the rest of the work day.

Enjoy a walk on the beautiful SU campus! Design your own route or check out these walking routes around campus.

Mindful Meditation Opportunities On-Campus

Photo: Meditation handsExplore the benefits of meditation. Whether you are a beginner or you regularly enjoy the practice of meditation, join in meditation at Hendricks Chapel.  Each Meditation session is one hour long: the first 15 minutes are for instruction and settling in; we sit for half an hour, and then have about 15 minutes to debrief and return the space to its former condition.  If needed, you may come “late,” during the first 15 minutes or even after the sitting has begun.

Meditation: Hendricks Chapel (Small Chapel)

Spring 2018 Schedule

  • Monday, Noon- 1 p.m. and 4-5 p.m.
  • Tuesday, Noon- 1 p.m.
  • Wednesday, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
  • Thursday, 5-6 p.m.
  • Friday, Noon- 1 p.m.

Visit the Buddhist Campus Ministry for details and contact information.

The Contemplative Collaborative Presents: The Stress-Reduction Room!

A place to just be!

The Stress-Reduction Room is a new space on campus initiated by the Contemplative Collaborative. Students, staff, and faculty are often fraught with stress, and rarely have an opportunity to just be themselves, as they are! This room provides such a safe space. The Stress-Reduction Room also has tools that can help anyone establish practices based in mindfulness.