The Well - Grand Opening on Nov 21st!

The Wellness Centre is excited to officially open The Well!

November 21st from 1 - 4 pm

Come to our grand opening and enter to win one of three wellness gift baskets which include a $75 Float House gift certificate!

The Well is a new Wellness Centre initiatve designed to offer students a safe space to relax, rejuvenate, reflect, and develop their inner resilience.
- Ease your tension in one of our massage chairs.
- Rest in front of our fireplace with tea, books, and a weighted blanket.
- De-stress with art supplies and other tools.
- Get off the grid in a tech free zone.
- Boost your mood and energy with the help of a Light Therapy lamp.
- Spend time reconnecting with what's important to you

Our regular hours of opening will be:
Tuesday - Friday: 1 - 4 pm
We invite all staff and faculty to feel free to use the space on Fridays, 1 - 4 pm

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We’re excited to also announce the upcoming opening of “The Well,” a dedicated relaxation space just across the hall from the Wellness Centre on the 2nd floor in Douglas Centre. You’ll be able to access TruMedic massage chairs, a light therapy lamp (helpful during out grey winter months), and other activities to help you relax, reconnect with what’s important, feel rejuvenated, and discover your inner resilience. We also will be offering a variety of short-term groups or afternoon workshops on a variety of topics. We’ll be adding new things throughout the year as we develop the space, so be sure to check it out often! Keep up to date on the latest happenings by following The Well on Instagram (@TheWellTWU) or on Facebook (The Well at TWU). 



Thursdays, 6:30 - 8:00 pm |  Starting Oct 5th

Learn how to take charge of your anxiety instead of it taking charge of you. You’ll learn about how anxiety works, what it means, and most importantly, steps and strategies for recognizing and reducing its effects in your life.

This group is free and open to all TWU students.

For more information or to register, please contact:
Jadon Dick, Counselling Intern

For non-emergency health information call 811 or visit anytime of the day or night.

In case of an emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department.

For a mental health emergency call 911 or the Crisis Line @ 604-951-8855.