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Mental Wellbeing




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Mind and Body classes allow participants to improve health and fitness through a connection of the inside and out.

Yoga with Coco: Virtual classes - Mon/Wed/Fri @ 12 oon - 1:00pm

Email to be added to the Live Teams Meeting to participate


Nicole Daignault ("Coco") spent the formative years of her yoga practice inspired by oceans, massive trees, pyramids and wanderlust. Eventually her travels took her to India in 1999, where she did her Yoga Teacher Training under the guidance of Integral Yoga Master Sunil Kumar, of the Yoga Training Center. From chanting and meditating in monasteries in Nepal, through Shamanic journeys in Thailand, to Five Rhythms Ecstatic Dance on the West Coast of the US, Coco has developed a radical self practice which has kept her calm, strong, and capable despite varying degrees of discomfort due to scoliosis. Helping others reduce pain through physical and mental awareness has been Coco's passion throughout her inspired career. With training also in Myomassology and Thai Massage, Coco is considered to have great expertise with which she offers her students individual guidance based on their unique needs and abilities.


Wellness Outreach has created a new webpage with COVID-19 mental health tips, coping strategies and resources to manage wellbeing during the pandemic: 


Service and Other Updates: 

The Student Counselling Centre is still offering counselling appointments via videoconference or telephone. Student can email to book one.


Student Health Services is offering telephone appointments and prescription refills. Students can call 519-973-7002 to book.


A reminder that for students and recent alumni we also have the MySSP (My Student Support Program) service for 24/7 talk or text with a counsellor in multiple languages. Download the MySSP app or call 1-844-451-9700. 


Of course our future meetings and the action items will be on hold until we return to normal operations at the university, however, please see attached the minutes from our last meeting. 



Lastly, we have some great webinar content provided to us by Keep.meSAFE, the provider of My Student Support Program (MySSP). See below the link to the recorded faculty and staff webinar as well as upcoming webinars for students. 


Faculty/Staff  Webinars:  
keep.meSAFE recording of previous webinar from March 20th  


Another webinar series for faculty/staff I would recommend which was shared with us from the Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health is: 


Upcoming Student Webinars: 
Free one-hour online workshop offered by keep.meSAFE will provide simple tips, practices, and ideas on how to support your own wellbeing and ways to keep yourself and your communities empowered, nourished and supported. All students are invited to join on either March 31, April 2, or April 8 from 12:00-1:00pm EDT or 6:00-7:00pm EDT. 

Please join the keep.meSAFE webinar from your computer, tablet or smartphone by clicking on this link: 

New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts: