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At the annual Student Activities Fair in White Plaza, the GradQ group handed out rainbow flags and LifeSavers candy. Credit Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service


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In collaboration with many departments on and off campus, we provide outreach events, therapy spaces, funding, and more throughout the quarter.

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Queer Yoga

Join the Weiland Health Initiative and YogaX in a queer community space of movement, group discussion and reflection time focused on yoga and life beyond. Our collaborative goal is to not only move, but to be moved! All bodies and identities are welcome! This class will be for all levels of yoga experience and will provide variations for poses and props to meet ALL body needs. Potential things needed: a willingness to let your intuition guide your movements :) We have extra mats, blocks, straps, and blankets to borrow!

Tuesdays 4:00-5:00 pm PT Week 1-Week 8!

We will be outside of Kingscote Gardens weather permitting :)


If you can't make it, feel free to check out these virtual yoga options:

1. YogaX's free recorded classes

2. Jessamyn Stanley's YouTube channel

3. Tejal Yoga: Radical Expression Healing & Euphoria: A series for the South Asian LGBTQIA+ community



QT Fund 🌿🪴🎍

What is it? The QT Fund was created as a systemic way to support students' lived experiences of being queer/trans/non binary/lgb2 and address the specific financial hurdles students encounter and burdens they bear when navigating systems of inequity at Stanford and beyond.

What can it cover? As part of QSR and Weiland’s mission to support the health and wellness of students in the queer and trans communities, this fund is designed to financially support students to access gender and sexuality affirming medical, legal and mental health services (e.g. co-pays for therapy, costs of name changes, surgery costs).

What else do I need to know? All enrolled & registered students at Stanford are eligible, including postdocs and students on a leave of absence. No prior involvement/affiliation with Weiland, CAPS, Vaden, or QSR required. There is a $500 grant limit per student per academic year. Funding will most likely be configured and awarded according to the quarterly amount requested. 

Funding for the QT Fund comes from QSR and the Weiland Health Initiative, whose missions strive to support students of all genders and sexual identities at Stanford. Learn more here!


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