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Samantha Moss

Theatre Connect YA begins March 28th!

Registration for Theatre Connect Young Adults is now open! Calling all drama lovers between the ages of 18-25ish. Arts in Medicine will host this FREE weekly workshop for LGBTQIA+ young adults who are interested in building community through creativity and theater. See the flyer for details and register…

[Un]mASKed: the Meaning of Me

July 10 – 31, 2019 Mon – Fri 9:00AM – 5:00PM Free – All are welcome Please join UF Health Shands Arts in Medicine in celebrating original works created by adolescent girls incarcerated at a detention facility in Alachua County. Facilitated by AIM Artist in Residence, ‘Ms. Alana’,…

A Therapeutic and Anatomical Approach to Yoga

Program Update: This event’s date has changed to October 26, 2019. We are proud to sponsor  “A Therapeutic and Anatomical Approach to Yoga”! This class will be co-hosted by Integrative Therapies practitioner and yoga therapist, Tammy Bernard. Register today at…

Qigong offered weekly

Have you heard? Qigong for Wellbeing is a free Wellness Class hosted by Arts in Medicine and Integrative Therapies that offers gentle, slow, relaxing and restorative meditation in motion. It promotes ease, balance, strength, and flexibility. The class is FREE, open to all, and accommodates all skill levels.