Student Life

Shc'enuctun (Chair) Yoga with Noelle Hanuse

Submitted by Corinna Asdal on January 3, 2020 - 11:22am

Join us for gentle and energizing Shc'enuctun (chair) yoga at Shq'apthut - A Gathering Place.

  • This improves your posture, balance, mobility, spinal health, flexibility, tone and fitness
  • Feel more at ease and grounded
  • Manage and relieve stress and tension
  • Increase clarity and focus
  • Increases blood circulation, improves feet, toes, hand and finger movements
  • Create more peace and well-being in your life, which benefits everyone

Facilitated by Noelle Hanuse, Counsellor at VIU
Wuikinuxv & Klahoose Nations

Shc'enuctun (Chair) Yoga with Noelle Hanuse

Submitted by Corinna Asdal on January 3, 2020 - 11:17am

Join us for gentle and energizing Shc'enuctun (chair) yoga at Shq'apthut - A Gathering Place.

  • This improves your posture, balance, mobility, spinal health, flexibility, tone and fitness
  • Feel more at ease and grounded
  • Manage and relieve stress and tension
  • Increase clarity and focus
  • Increases blood circulation, improves feet, toes, hand and finger movements
  • Create more peace and well-being in your life, which benefits everyone

Facilitated by Noelle Hanuse, Counsellor at VIU
Wuikinuxv & Klahoose Nations

Welcome Back Feast

Submitted by Corinna Asdal on December 20, 2019 - 9:09am

Attention Restide and Aboriginal Students

Please join us on January 9, 2020 for our Welcome Back Feast.Drop in and say hello and build your own sandwich. Let's start the New Year off right!

Sponsored by Restide and Services for Aboriginal Students 

Language in the Era of Reconciliation

Submitted by Corinna Asdal on October 9, 2019 - 11:08am

Canada is actively building collective knowledge about our true shared history with Indigenous
peoples, language, identity and nationhood. With national movements underway, have you found
yourself tongue-tied trying to find the right language to engage Indigenous peoples and start
meaningful conversations? Learn how to become a better ally by exploring how language can
strengthen relationships with First Nation, Métis and Inuit peoples.

Please join us on Tuesday October 15, 2019 for this interactive discussion with Victoria Grant and Bruce Lawson.

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