News, stories & events from around the hill
As part of the practicum phase of their program, the students in our Health and Wellness Coaching programs are required to complete several one-on-one sessions with clients. Their goal is to guide and support you in reaching your wellness goals.
On Monday, June 3, more than 200 MUIH students graduated from Maryland University of Integrative Health and more than 80 walked the stage at the Jim Rouse Theater at Wilde Lake High School in Columbia, MD.
“Healing the Soul,” an exhibit of paintings by Hunt Valley artist Afsaneh Faridi, opens Friday, June 7 in the Himmelfarb Gallery at Maryland University of Integrative Health.
If you are a serious yoga enthusiast or yoga teacher, this new program could be just what you’ve been waiting for! We’re very excited to announce the launch of our Master of Science in Yoga Therapy, one of the nation’s first graduate degrees in this rapidly growing field, now enrolling for September 2013.