I am 1st year BA (HONS) Media Production student. As my mother is a certificated yoga instructor, I’ve been doing yoga for 3 years. After I start doing Yoga, I met with another technique called “Reiki” which is a Japanese technique for reducing stress and relaxation that also promotes healing and I got my certificate… Read more » about Meditation Podcast
MariaLaura is an MSc Clinical and Developmental Neuropsychology student at BU. She’s a certified yoga instructor from School Yoga Institute and has been teaching yoga since 2014. In this video, she shares a winding down yoga routine before bedtime that can also help reduce anxiety.
We’ve all found ourselves in a situation we could never have imagined. I’m back at home with my family, and, at first, my days tended to go one of two ways – the productive day, or the stuck on the sofa with Netflix day. I’ve found a better balance now, and a typical day for… Read more » about A Day in the Life: A PG in Dublin in Isolation
Hello there! My name is Emiyn, I am an MSc Biological Anthropology student here at Bournemouth University. I wanted to talk about the Additional Learning Support offered here, as it has had a huge impact on the quality of my university experience. I entered Bournemouth University through Clearing, so beginning my university life was hectic,… Read more » about Starting university- the support offered by The Additional Learning support Team
Hi guys, this is Talya. Today I am sharing information regarding the health and wellbeing services provided by BU. Since I have a degree in Psychology and currently undertaking my MSc in Clinical Psychology at BU, I am very much interested of the wellbeing of others. It is safe to say that BU has a… Read more » about Does BU value your health and wellbeing? Here is what they have to offer!
Join me as I share with you how to drink more water in your day to day for a health student lifestyle!
Many of us are afraid to face the anxiety of first going to uni; especially if we have to move away from home and sometimes even to another country. An independent life starts; we have to learn to live, study and struggle financially and emotionally – without mommy always around to back us up when something happens…. Read more » about How to make uni a place like home: The ultimate guide to BU’s welfare and support
How do you stay healthy when you’re doing your Master’s degree? Tonya shares her advice and first-hand experience.
Studying can be stressful, particularly when we have exams looming or multiple deadlines piling up. It’s important to look after yourself throughout these times to keep the negative effects of stress at bay. That means making time for yourself no matter how much work you have to do; if you burn out you won’t be… Read more » about How to beat stress
Staying healthy on a student budget may seem tough, but it can be done! Here are 10 tips to get you started… 1. Cook in bulk Either take it in turns cooking among friends, or cook up a batch of something and chill or freeze what you don’t need. It’ll work out cheaper to cook… Read more » about Staying healthy on a student budget