University Sport

General Information about Courses and Program

Dear students,

In the summer semester the University sport had to be stopped and we went digital. Unfortunately, since the Covid-19 situation in the Rheingau has worsened, I’ll have to stop University sport in its usual form for winter semester 2020/2021.

Sports Courses - Live Training with Instructors

Laugther Training – The Slightly Different Study Break

Happy study break – try our laughter training to boost your energy and concentration for your exam period

  • Instructor: Lara Pschorn
  • When: Mondays 9 a.m. - 9.30 a.m. (Power-Session) and Thursdays 6 p.m. - 6.30 p.m. (Balance-Session)
  • Where: MS-Teams (please follow the link)
  • Start: February 9, 2021 - March 11, 2021 (only the first session is on a Tuesday)

---- Internationals welcome: we will practice easy exercises that are usually self-explanatory and quick to translate! And if we get lost for words – we just laugh about it. ----

In our 30-minute online sessions, we will practice exercises on the basis of laughter training. It helps to free your mind for a while, recharge your batteries and boost your attention for the next study session. In our Power Sessions (mornings) we collect energy for our day, in our Balance Sessions (evenings) we end the day on a positive note and focus on the next tasks at hand.

Everything you need to participate is a device with camera and microphone and access to MS Teams – you can participate from the comforts of your own home.

The group exercises are not about humour, jokes or comedy. Instead, we’ll practice easy routines using laughter, clapping, stretching and breath. Our exercises have a playful note, enabling us to stay in the moment and leave stress and worries behind for a while. Each session is round off with a relaxation period to focus our energy. The exercises are suitable for every age group - no special requirements needed.
By the way: 2 minutes of laughter is said to be just as healthy for body and mind as 20 minutes of jogging. By releasing endorphins, it acts like a superfood for your overall well-being. Consequently, laughing is a powerful tool for everyone.

If you’re curious now and want to add more laughter and joyfulness to your study life, I’m happy to see you in the next session!

Disclaimer: We take laughing seriously and never laugh about others!

This offer is part of the university sports program and free of charge for all students of Hochschule Geisenheim University.

Instructor: Lara Pschorn
Contact via lara.pschorn(at)hs-gm.de

If you want to sneak a peek and get an idea what our training is all about, please follow the Youtube link

Your Contact

Laura Nelles
Laura Nelles
Building 5901
Room 14
Phone +49 6722 502 788
Laura.Nelles(at)hs-gm.de Details

Allgemeiner Deutscher Hochschulsportverband (adh) – German General Association for University Sports

Allgemeiner Deutscher Hochschulsportverband – German General Association for University Sports

Allgemeiner Deutscher Hochschulsportverband (adh) German General Association for University Sports

The German General Association for University Sports (adh) is the umbrella association for university sports in Germany. More than 190 institutions of higher education with approximately 2.4 million students and 550,000 employees are currently members of the adh. In addition to representing the interests of its members, the adh also focuses on competitive sports on a national and international level as well as qualification and knowledge management.

 

 

Partner of the Olympic Center Hesse

OLYMPIASTÜTZPUNKT HESSEN – OLYMPIC CENTER HESSE

The OLYMPIC CENTER HESSE(Olympiastützpunkt Hessen) is a service institution to support top-class sports as part of the German Olympic Sports Association, and is funded by the Sports Association of the State of Hesse. The Olympic Center Hesse offers services to the top olympic associations and their national team athletes in Germany, 12 of which are part of the so-called focal point support. It includes, among other things, medical examination, coaching services in terms of biomechanical and performance diagnostical support and, last but not least, career coordination for athletes, i.e. career counseling. The Olympic Center Hesse also runs the boarding school "Haus der Athleten". Within the regional district, approximately 400 national team athletes from more than 20 different sports are currently being coached.