Mark your calendar for the next Wellness Wednesday on June 5 at noon
You can now view the latest Wellness Wednesday, “Nature as a Partner in Lifelong Wellness,” presented by Elizabeth Diehl, a lecturer in the Environmental Horticulture Department.
Join in activities to reduce stress, increase resilience, take mindful work breaks and more, including Wellness Wednesday presentations on nature as an aspect of wellness and helping colleagues in distress.
The event, which will be held at the J. Wayne Reitz Union on April 1 until 7 p.m., will feature topical talks, mindfulness meditation, yoga and compassion practices throughout the day.
UF’s Office of Sustainability is hosting a number of events for UF faculty and staff.
Demetrius Maraganore, MD, recently presented on primary prevention of cognitive decline and dementia as part of the Wellness Wednesday series. You can now view the recording online.
UF at Work recently sat down with UFHR health promotion specialist Yusof Al-Wadei to learn more about his work to help foster faculty and staff wellness at UF. His recent Wellness Wednesday talk about “Life’s Simple 7” is now available for online viewing.
This quarter will highlight some of the simple lifestyle changes that we can adopt to have a huge impact on our life.
If you missed last month’s wellness events, “Seasons Eatings” event at the Field & Fork Garden or “Ask the Dietitian” at the Keene Faculty Center, you can view the videos on UF at Work’s Facebook page.
December’s Wellness Wednesday will take participants out of the classroom and into Field and Fork’s Community Gardens.