Workshop: Foam Rollers and Stretching
Fascia is the system in our bodies that connects everything to everything else. And it needs regular care. Foam rollers and stretching are two simple techniques that will help our fascia function better, so that we move more fully and freely through our worlds.
Saturday, Feb 25: 9 - 10:30 AM, Alumni Gym - $10. To register contact Carolyn Hooper Goetinck
Weight Watchers Inspire Event
Dartmouth's Weight Watchers at Work will be hosting an Inspire Event Feb. 16 and Feb 23. All new members who attend and join the WW@Work program will be eligible to receive a FREE starter kit ($70 value) to help get started and stay on track throughout the year. WW@W meets every Thursday from 12 - 1 PM in Collis 101. Contact Barbara Belloir for more information.
As we kick off the New Year, Wellness at Dartmouth is here to help you thrive and support your health and well-being in 2017. We are pleased to offer opportunities that will promote a healthy new year for us all. We encourage you to get involved by clicking here to learn more about the well-being action list.
The Pulse at Dartmouth program provides a comprehensive suite of personalized tools and support, including fun MOVE IT challenges, activity, sleep and nutrition trackers, social connections, a personal health assessment, onsite Health Stations, daily health tips, and more! As a participant, you can:
Join over 2,500 of your colleagues and spouses in the Pulse at Dartmouth program today at http://dartgo.org/joinpulse.
Learn more about the Pulse program, upcoming launch events, health stations, eligibility, and more here.
A new public awareness campaign, Deconstructing Stigma: A Change in Thought Can Change a Life, makes an effort to spark conversations not only about behavioral and mental health but also about the stigma that surrounds it. Read more here.
Learning how to better separate the good worry, which protects us, from the useless worry, which harms us, is a vital life skill. For more information, click here.
The American Heart Association recommends at least 150 minutes of moderate activity each week. Here are some reasons why physical activity is proven to improve both mental and physical health.
Try this delicious recipe here.
The above resources are perfect to get you started on a wellness bulletin board. For printable versions and more ideas, check out our Bulletin Board.
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Last Updated: 2/1/17