SKY Club Online Happiness Retreat
The mental health crisis on college campuses has been exacerbated by COVID-19. College students are prone to loneliness, anxiety, depression, stress. Fifty-three percent of college presidents listed student mental health among their biggest COVID-19-related worries (ACE 2020).
The SKY Club offers students ways to reduce stress, thrive in life and create leaders for mental-wellbeing. One of the main offerings is 'The SKY Happiness Retreat'. It offer techniques to eliminate stress, improve focus, and expand awareness. During the workshop, you will learn to live fully in the present moment and get a chance to dive deep into the joy hidden inside you. The program is fun, relaxing and a much-needed recourse in these challenging times. It is taught by 1,000-hour trained certified instructors in breathwork and meditation. Over 260+ have taken this program at CU Boulder in the last three years.
Recent research studies evaluated by Yale University shows that SKY Breath Meditation was the most powerful and beneficial program for student mental health and well-being. Students reported improvements in six areas of well-being: depression, stress, mental health, mindfulness, positive affect, and social connectedness. The Harvard study found that participants of the SKY program developed better sleep quality and resiliency against anticipatory stress. To learn more visit our campushappiness.org.
100% scholarship available for students. Partial scholarship for staff/faculty
"I loved being able to participate in an experience that allowed me to enhance on my knowledge of being present. It was a great reinforcer and reminder that life is to be lived and with depth of awareness. The instructors were incredibly knowledgeable, helpful and answered any questions thoroughly to the students. The course provided me with tips and techniques that I can transfer into both personal and professional life."
~ Annalise Brown, CU Boulder
“The SKY Happiness Retreat has been one of the best experiences and most precious gifts of my life. The techniques I learned in the class continually allow me to be the best that I can be as a student, a leader, and a person. They have taught me to manage my stress and emotions, increase focus and concentration to perform better academically and have an overall sense of well-being, happiness, and clarity in all aspects of my life.” - Jackie, Stanford University
Sunday, March 21, 2021 at 4:00pm to 7:00pmVirtual Event
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