Browser does not support script.
6 December 2022
The results of our autumn hybrid working survey
Rail strikes in December and January
Announcement of appointment to Academic Board
Get to Know Dr Oli Mould
Leverhulme International Professorship Awarded to Royal Holloway
1 December 2022
Springboard applications open
Changes to MFA across campus services
View calendar Submit an event
11 October 2022
On-site massage therapist
1 November 2022
7 December 2022
8 December 2022
Lead productive meetings
9 December 2022
14 December 2022
Academic promotion workshop
Massage can have many health and wellbeing benefits, including reducing stress and anxiety, and can also help relieve muscular tension and headaches.
To support colleague wellbeing, the College has invited complementary massage therapist M A R A Wellbeing to provide an on-site service every Tuesday in Founder’s FW029 (the last day before the Christmas break will be Tuesday 20 December).
Indian head massage
Incorporates massage of the back, shoulders, arms, neck, scalp and face using long established techniques handed down through many generations. Helping to melt away tension leaving you relaxed and rejuvenated.
Back, neck and shoulder massage
Focusing on the three main areas of tension. Reliving aching and tired muscles associated with poor posture, leaving you feeling supple and refreshed.
Arm and hand massage
Releases tight arm and hand muscles, helps with conditions such as RSI and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Leg and foot massage
Soothes fatigued leg and foot muscles, aids blood circulation and improves skin tone.
Find out more about how to book and read FAQs here.
We welcome back Royal Holloway alumna, superstar soprano Sarah Fox to lead this masterclass with some of our talented vocal students at Royal Holloway. Interested in participating?
Four first-study vocal students enrolled at the Department of Music will be selected for this masterclass opportunity. Information about how to participate will be released in winter 2022.Sarah Fox was educated at Giggleswick School, London University and the Royal College of Music. A former winner of the Kathleen Ferrier Award and the John Christie Award, she is also an Honorary Fellow of Royal Holloway, London University. Roles at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden have included Micaela/Carmen, Asteria/Tamerlano, Zerlina/Don Giovanni and Woglinde/Der Ring des Nibelungen. Other operatic roles include Ellen Orford/ Peter Grimes, Ilia/Idomeneo, Susanna/Le Nozze di Figaro and Mimi/La Bohème. Her prestigious concert career has taken her worldwide with engagements in Denver, Hong Kong, Melbourne, New York, San Francisco, Tel Aviv and Tokyo as well as tours throughout the UK and Europe. She has appeared several times at the BBC Proms and at London’s Wigmore Hall and is a regular guest on BBC Radio 2’s ‘Friday Night is Music Night.’Booking is essential. Tickets are £5; FREE for Royal Holloway students, Royal Holloway staff and children under the age of 16. Season Tickets do NOT apply to this event.
Posted in: Lost & found,
Posted in: Opportunities,
Posted in: Wanted,
Posted in: Clubs & societies,
Posted in: For sale,
Posted in: Accommodation,