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Farmers’ market group rides begin this month

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Join UFHR Worklife and the Office of Sustainability for group rides starting at the Plaza of the Americas to the Union Street Farmers Market on the second Wednesday of the month at 5 p.m. starting in September.

Free yoga class resumes in September

Weekly yoga classes for faculty and staff return to the Ustler Hall Atrium on Tuesday, Sept. 3. This free lunchtime class will be held from 12:15 to 1 p.m. each Tuesday.

Do you know a “Wellness Warrior”?

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Nominate a Wellness Warrior today!

Apply for a Department Wellness Fund

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University of Florida and UF Health departments may now apply for one of 10 Department Wellness Fund awards of up to $500 to support health and wellness initiatives in their area.

Wellness Wednesday: Supporting our colleagues

Did you miss the most recent Wellness Wednesday on June 5? A recording of the presentation is now available online.

Thrive! Wellness quarter in full swing

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.

New “Thrive!” quarter focuses on mental, emotional well-being

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.

UF Mindfulness Day to explore mindfulness and social change

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.

March is Florida Bike Month

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UF’s Office of Sustainability is hosting a number of events for UF faculty and staff.

Latest Wellness Wednesday addresses brain health

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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.