Weekly Wellness Classes
Weekly Wellness Class Schedule- We are Virtual Now!
Taking Care of Your Health and Well-being During the COVID-19 Pandemic
As we establish new routines and navigate challenges, we must be mindful of the need to maintain our health and well-being. With social distancing in place, it has changed the way we work, socialize, and how we take care of ourselves. The Center for Health Education & Wellness has developed virtual Wellness Classes and compiled online resources to promote well-being and provide opportunities to connect remotely with each other through wellness activities.
CHEW's Virtual Weekly Wellness Classes for Summer
Weekly Wellness Zoom Classes
Tuesdays @ 12:15pm- Yoga Flow w/ Amy- LIVE Zoom Class
Open to students, faculty and staff. Join the class by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for a class invitation.
Weekly Wellness Classes 0n Your Own
Yoga Anytime - Weekly Youtube Classes w/ Chelsea & Scott
Classes filmed and posted weekly on the CHEW YouTube Channel
Circuit Training- New workout programs Wed & Sun w/Andrew
Filmed and posted on CHEW's Instagram twice a week. Step-by-step at-home exercises designed to work for different muscle groups. No equipment needed
Students, Faculty & Staff are welcome to attend free Weekly Wellness Classes.
Weigh-in at Home
Email email@example.com to be placed on a group email to receive notifications about information and /or cancellations about the class you are interested in attending.
Open to students, staff, and faculty.
Yoga Flow Live: This class is suitable for beginner yoga practitioners. Basic yoga poses will be taught. Breathing practices and relaxation techniques will be presented to achieve an inner sense of wellbeing. Instruction will include simple alignment techniques to cultivate comfortable posture and internal strength.
Tuesdays 12:15 pm – 12:45 pm in the Royals Room in the Byron
Open to students, staff and faculty.
Instructor: Amy Driscoll McNulty, RYT 200
Mindfulness Meditation: This class provides the fundamentals of Mindfulness Mediation which is shown to reduce anxiety, depression and to improve well-being. Through increased awareness of body sensations, thoughts and emotions and a reduction in stress sensations these practices are intended to enhance the participant’s ability to recognize and respond to the stressors of everyday life.
Through meditation and awareness exercises, we will explore this practical time-proven approach to living fully in the present moment.
Weigh-in at Home: Staff, Faculty and Students: Want to be mindful of your weight to stay healthy? Keep track at the scale once a week at home. Staff and faculty are able to get 10 wellness points each time you weigh in towards the Tier 3 wellness incentive.
Designed for all fitness levels, POUND provides the perfect atmosphere for letting loose, getting energized, improving your health, and rocking out!
Join us on Thursdays at 6:00 pm to help POUND away stress and channel your inner rock star. (If you don't have drumsticks, participants can use anything straight or rod-shaped up to a quarter-pound in weight- Silicone kitchen utensils are also great alternatives. )
Open to students, staff and faculty
Instructor: Billie Tadros