yoga @ GOCA

Wednesdays, September 14 through November 16

1-hour yoga session @ 12 noon | Free! Part of #WellnessWednesday

Register for a spot HERE
Join us for a 1-hour yoga session led by Debby Patz that is set in the midst of Michael Theodore's micro/macro exhibit at the Galleres of Contemporary Art's UCCS campus location (GOCA1420, Centennial Hall, room 201). This free meditation session is part of #WellnessWednesday, a partnership between the Recreation and Wellness Center and Galleries of Contemporary Art (GOCA) at UCCS. 

Debby Patz Clarke, PsyD, CAC III, E-RYT is a licensed clinical psychologist with a specialty in addictions. Debby is a firm believer than true health incorporates mind, body and spirit. You can find her at the UCCS Recreation and Wellness Center, Mental Health Services, where she is a staff psychologist offering individual therapy as well as group yoga therapy. Debby has been practicing yoga for over 20 years and has taught in many venues since 2009, including a weekly class for UCCS community for the past five years.

GOCA and the Recreation and Wellness Center have teamed up to promote wellness and self-care across the UCCS community by offering free meditation and yoga sessions set in the midst of Michael Theodore's monumental kinetic sculpture, micro/macro, at the UCCS campus gallery location (GOCA 1420). These free programs take place every Wednesday starting September 14 until the exhibit closes on November 19. 


Wellness Promotion is the public health and outreach division of the Recreation and Wellness Center. The program aims to foster a healthy environment to increase students' success and well-being. All UCCS students have the right to make informed decisions about their health while at school and beyond, and the Recreation and Wellness Center supports students in helping develop the skills to do so through outreach programs, discussions, and events. In addition, the Center's educational focus promotes understanding of the factors that improve health both for individuals and communities, and supports those making health behavior changes. LEARN MORE


12 noon yoga