From physical to financial well-being, the Wellness Committee is bringing a little bit of everything to employees this winter term.
Steps to Super Bowl Wellness Challenge
January 18-February 5
Sign up here
Get your walking/jogging/cycling shoes on and let’s take a team journey around the United States to significant Super Bowl sites. Track your steps using your FitBit, pedometer, phone app or any other kind of tracking tool. We’ll end February 5 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, just in time for Super Bowl 50.
The first 30 people to sign up will receive a free pedometer. Individuals can win a massage from the University of Western States, and the team with the highest per-person average will win a healthy boxed lunch.
Wellness Workshop: Financial Wellness, Enjoying your Prosperity
Thursday, January 21, 12-1 pm
Bldg. 7, Rm. 105
Here’s your chance to discover free resources and suggestions to help you and your family manage your finances and enjoy your financial well-being. You’ll find great tips and takeaways in this fun and informative workshop. Participants will be visiting several websites and should bring their favorite mobile devise. Presented by accounting instructor Teresa Prange.
Wellness Workshop: Every Minute Counts…The Busy Person’s Guide to Physical Activity
Tuesday, January 26, 12:30-1:20 pm
Bldg. 8, Rm. 218
There seems to never be enough time in the day to fit in everything, including physical activity. This interactive session will explore creative strategies to make physical activity work for everyone starting today, including those with limited time (isn’t that all of us?). We will also look at hot topics in exercise and discuss ways to keep your exercise fresh and motivating. Participants will learn effective, practical strategies that will help them feel fit and energized. Led by Health and Human Performance Instructor, Raschel Larsen, MPH.
Wellness Workshop: Self Massage
Thursday, February 18, 12-12:50 pm
Bldg. 3, Rm. 118-119
Led by Ty Weingard from the University of Western States. Class is limited to 30 participants.