Troy University students practiced the traditional meditation technique of qigong as part of the week-long International Education Week celebration on campus.
The qigong meditation class was one of many international theme physical activity events scheduled each night in Janice Hawkins Park Amphitheater.
With exams right around the corner, organizers felt that the meditation technique might help students relax before they take their finals.
“I am certain tonight that for all of the students this is the first time for them to try qigong,” said International Student Advisor Kathleen Freed. “With exams coming up, I think this is a great way to get some exercise, to do something that’s meditative and to learn about a new culture.”
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