Our philosophy is simple: “Be Well. Do Well.” How? By hosting a range of wellness initiatives aimed at helping students destress and better understand mental health. From pop-up wellness stalls to yoga classes, exam help to acknowledging important national mental health days, the Wellness Warriors are all about promoting students’ health and happiness.

Free Yoga

Take a break from your studies and re-centre yourself with free weekly yoga every Tuesday during Weeks 1-12.

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Wellness Warriors

Would you like to get involved in helping others along their wellness journey? Join the Wellness Warriors!

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Hands on workshops

This series of workshops offers you a range of free or heavily discounted activities. Take some time out, make something with your hands and learn a new skill!

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Kindness counts

We want to inspire active kindness within the Griffith community by rewarding your random act of kindness or sharing some kindness from us to you.

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R U OK? Day

It could be a life changing question – R U OK? –often we don’t have the time to invest in a meaningful conversation with someone. That is why R U OK? Day is so important.

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Exam help

During the exam periods we like to pop up at various locations and at the very least, make sure you are adequately sugar-highed.

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University Mental Health Day

University Mental Health Day is an annual event to promote the mental health of those who live and work in higher education settings. That’s you!

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Emergency help

We understand university life can be stressful and sometimes that can mean financial stress. The Student Guild provides a range of financial and legal services to help you out.

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Contact Image Sharna McIntosh
Student Support and Advocacy Manager (07) 555 28710
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