Accessibility & Wellness Series: Redefining Movement

September 30, 2022 at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Location:Hybrid (virtual or on campus in 431 Tory Building)
Audience:Staff and Faculty

This event will encourage folks to engage in movement with ease and less effort, without judgements for “not doing enough”. Judgements of this sort do not motivate people to integrate habits of daily activity into their lives. We want to shift any attitudinal barriers here and expand our definitions of movement by sharing the intrinsic (and extrinsic) benefits of even the smallest of efforts.

This session will be presented by Jocelyn van Wynsberghe, Student Support Officer with Carleton’s Paul Menton Centre and Ben Johnson, Certified Functional Medicine Health Coach and Personal Trainer.

This will be a hybrid event. Registrants will have the option of joining the event in-person (on campus in 431 Tory Building) or virtually (via Zoom). More info will be shared via email prior to the event.


To register, please fill out the form here. You will receive the event location, as well as a Zoom link for the session, closer to the event date.

About the Accessibility & Wellness Series

The intended outcomes of the Accessibility & Wellness Speaker Series are to:

  • Increase awareness within members of the Carleton community about accessibility issues and how they relate and contribute to wellness of individuals and the community as a whole;
  • Encourage awareness into action approach through the provision of concrete strategies, resources and connections for participants;
  • Highlight the connection between accessibility and accessible practices and the wellness of individuals;
  • Increase the conversations about accessibility.

Find out more about the series here!