Conservatory of Music Admission

Wellness at the Conservatory

Wellness is essential to one's health, relationships, performance and academic success. The Conservatory cares about the health and well-being of its students, faculty and staff and encourages everyone to acquire an understanding of wellness within the context of musical practice and to develop a lifelong wellness plan.

This page includes resources on mental, neuromusculoskeletal, hearing and vocal health for musicians. The materials provided are informational in nature and are intended to provide a broad introduction to the occupational health concerns of student musicians. This information is not intended to substitute for the expertise of health care professionals. Students, faculty and staff should seek professional advice about their specific health and well-being concerns.

  • Photo of faculty Sarah Weiss working with a student on breathing techniques and posture during the Meditation and Mindfulness in Music course

    Faculty member Sarah Weiss works with students on breathing techniques and posture during the Meditation and Mindfulness in Music course.

  • Photo of BW student with therapy dog

    Licensed therapy dogs visit campus each semester during finals week in an effort to reduce student stress.

  • Photo of Conservatory students, faculty, staff and music enthusiasts participating in the annual Bach Run 5k and walk.

    Conservatory students, faculty, staff and music enthusiasts gather for the annual Bach Run 5k and walk. 

  • Photo of faculty member Sarah Weiss working with a group of students during the Meditation and Mindfulness course.

    Faculty member Sarah Weiss works with a group of students during the Meditation and Mindfulness course. 

  • Photo of BW student having a hearing screening

    Free hearing screenings are available to Conservatory students through the Baldwin Wallace Speech Clinic. 

Wellness Course Offerings

Injury Prevention and Fitness

Body and Mind Wellness

Faculty