Enjoy a live or a pre-recorded meditation class using the resources below. Participate on your own time and make meditation a part of your weekly flow.
Live Meditation/Relaxation Practices
UF Health Arts in Medicine offers a 30-minute meditation class on Mondays at 4:30 pm. Email email@example.com to be added to the weekly reminder list.
Join GatorCare Wellness Manager Mallory for a 15-minute live-streamed meditation session on Wednesdays at 12 p.m. This lunch-time class is the perfect way to re-energize mid-way through your day.
The UF Department of Psychiatry offers 30-minute, live-streamed meditation sessions on Thursdays at 12:15 p.m. Session techniques include progressive muscle relaxation, yoga nidra, autogenic training, and breath work.
Take 10 minutes to improve your emotional and psychological wellbeing through meditation. Enjoy these recordings led by experts around UF.
Practice relaxation wherever you are with these 15-minute sessions focusing on guided imagery, progressive muscle relaxation, and the sights and sounds of nature.
View over 100 pre-recorded 30-minute meditation sessions provided by the UF Department of Psychiatry. Session techniques include progressive muscle relaxation, yoga nidra, autogenic training, and breath work.
Enjoy 15-45 minute recorded meditation sessions from the UF Health Integrative Medicine Program. Practice guided imagery, loving kindness, yoga nidra for deep relaxation, and other guided meditations
Additional Meditation Resources
Incorporate journaling and self-reflection into your meditation practice with this four-week, self-guided meditation challenge. Receive weekly emails to guide your practice and provide accountability.
Sign up for the UF Mindfulness newsletter to receive updates regarding events, articles, and resources for practicing daily mindfulness.
Sign up for a live virtual meditation workshop with a UF-UF Health Wellness team member. Get your office together for a 30-60 minute presentation on the history, types, and how-tos of meditation.
UF Mindfulness presents pre-recorded presentations by field experts on topics related to mindfulness, including body maps of attention, cultural digital mania, mindful forgiveness, and mindfulness and politics.