Health and Wellbeing brings program to TWU for Women’s History Month

Feb. 21, 2020 — DENTON — TWU’s Health and Wellbeing Initiative will host a unique program for Women’s History Month in March: “the body: a home for love,” presented by Deun Ivory on Mar. 24 from 6:30-8 p.m.

The program explores the topic of beauty and healing through creative wellness and visual storytelling, particularly giving voice to and celebrating the wellness of minority women. Ivory melds her background in art with a restorative healing experience.

“Deun provides a unique perspective related to our Mind Well theme with regard to self-care,” said Michelle Reeves, director of the Health and Wellbeing Initiative. “Students should leave this experience with tools that will help them build resilience, confidence and strength while regaining agency in their healing process.”

“the body: a home for love” is free and will be held in the Student Union at Hubbard Hall, Southwest Ballroom A. It will be followed a Q&A and meet and greet.

The Health and Wellbeing Initiative fosters a holistic approach to wellness and self-care and provides an opportunity for students to increase their knowledge about their own wellbeing.

For questions and additional information, contact the Health and Wellbeing Initiative at ameguro@twu.edu or 940-898-3413.

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