7 Things to Do on Rejuvenation Day in March
Posted by Kaitlyn Hart on March 15, 2021
With the weather outside warming up, you might want to spend your Rejuvenation Day getting some fresh air and getting your body in motion. Campus Recreation has a ton of outdoor and indoor wellness activities planned for the day! Sign up ASAP on B-Engaged if you’re interested, as spots tend to go pretty quickly!
Head down to the pool
The pool at the East Gym is offering a few different classes on the day off, so sign up now if you’re interested! There’s a FloatFit class being offered at 6 p.m., which uses high-intensity style training and yoga poses to help relieve stress and tension. But if that’s not your speed, there’s also a meditation class being offered at 11 a.m.
Take a Find Your Fit class
These classes are open to all current students, and offer something for everyone! Whether you’re into cardio and high-intensity training or prefer something more calm and meditative, you can find a fitness class here. They’re less than an hour long, so you can determine how long you want to work out for.
Qigong can help you to create a sense of calmness and relaxation by relieving tension. You can sign up here for an easy-to-follow class at 12:15 that can help improve your emotional and physical wellbeing.
Take a hike
Campus Recreation is offering a few different hikes on Rejuvenation Day! In the Nature Preserve, you can go out in search of the abandoned cars. There’s also this one at Chenango Valley State Park where you can see the absolutely stunning forest and lakes.
Yoga always does such a great job at soothing my mind and calming me, and at 1:15 p.m. there’s a restorative yoga class being offered in the East Gym.
Go ice skating
The new ice rink is still open, and there's a great event being held on March 17 in honor of St. Patrick's Day. Come down, skate and celebrate!
Visit the Art Museum
Get cultured! Stop by the University Art Museum and visit the current exhibitions. Check out "Ralph Gibson: Portfolios" in the Main Gallery and "1960s / 1970s / Now" in the Mezzanine Gallery.
Kaitlyn Hart is an intern in the Office of Media and Public Relations, and a junior double-majoring in English Rhetoric and Political Science, with a minor in Anthropology. She loves to write, watch movies and spend way too many hours of the day on TikTok.
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