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Empowering Albrightians to Live Well


Mission Statement:

To educate, inspire and support all members of the Albright community towards a healthy lifestyle and an improved quality of life.

Wellness Eats Program

Working in collaboration, the Albright Wellness Committee and Dining Services is excited to offer faculty & staff a $6.00 meal with participation in the new Wellness Eats program.
Find out more by following this link!

Wellness Works Tip of the Week

  • Practicing mindfulness -- especially meditation -- can make the area of your brain that controls your attention span grow over time. It can also fatten up your brain stem and increase the gray matter in your brain, all of which helps you process your emotions better and stay healthier.

    Take a break from your day to refresh your mind by participating in a Guided Mindful Meditation segment!
    This meditation segment is led by Sally Wang, M.S. Ed, Mindfulness Meditation Practitioner and Albright Alumni (2012).

    Please click on the first link for a brief explanation and introduction to the segment:

    Click on the second link for the actual guided meditation:

    For more information about the benefits of practicing mindfulness, please click on the link below:

Wellness Events

  • When you visit the Center for the Arts at Albright College, you'll engage your senses and challenge your mind as you experience art, music, theatre, fashion, film, dance and more.  For a full list of events, check out www.albright.edu/centerforthearts.

The Wall of Wellness

Albrightians working on their wellness!

 The Wellness Wheel
This wheel is a guide to assist in identifying the different areas of wellness that are available to you.

The Wellness Wheel

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The Zen Corner
Calming sights, sounds and resources.


The Zen Corner