Thursday, August 22, 2019

NEW in Hillcrest: Wellness Wednesdays!

In need of a little movement during your workday?  Are you ready for some sunshine and socializing?  Get out outside and meet your colleagues to move and mingle!  Join us at the Hillcrest Biomedical Library at noon on Wednesdays, beginning October .2  There will be a group led walk or the option to eat lunch outside.  Try getting outside for lunch to feel the positive impact on your day!


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Tuesday, August 6, 2019

FREE Class at Chuze Fitness National City: August 8


This Thursday night, there will be an open FREE Pound Master Class at Chuze National City. It’s going to be a fun night! Let your inner rock star/ drummer out to play. Come try it out!




Monday, August 5, 2019

August 28: UC San Diego Offers Kelee Meditation

The Rady School of Management Center for Executive Development offers customized Kelee Meditation courses.  Kelee meditation can help business leaders become more inspiring and effective for the people who work for them.  In Kelee meditation, you will learn about compartments which are, for example, your emotional buttons, baggage or issues.  These exist as negative repeating thoughts in your head or negative emotional feelings that well up from within you.  Detaching from your compartments during Kelee meditation allows for the compartments to begin to dissipate.  As you release individual compartments, you begin to free your mind from tension and stress and become less distracted and more present in the moment.

Visit The Rady School of Management for more information.

Friday, May 10, 2019

May 16, 2019: Bike to Work Day!



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Did you know May is Bike Month?  In support, UC San Diego is participating in the 2019 Bike to Work Day.  San Diego County will offer pit stops from 6-9am.  UC San Diego will offer two breakfast pit stops: 

Campus:  6-10am, Town Square near Student Business Services

Hillcrest:  6-9am, Arbor Dr. at Front St. near hospital entrance
Sports Medicine:  6-9am, 4520 Executive Dr. Plaza 1

Transportation Services and Housing, Dining and Hospitality are partnering to provide refreshments, a prize raffle and bicycle safety drawing.

For more details about Bike Month and Bike to Work Day, visit:  http://transportation.ucsd.edu/alternatives/cycling/bike-month.html

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

UC Walks 2019: May 1, 11:30am-1pm

The yearly event is fast approaching.  Please join by getting outside to enjoy a group walk, chair massage, food samples and of course, a t-shirt!!

Online registration is here.  You may also register at the event.  Join us for a group walk at 11:45 a.m. or 12:30 p.m. at Hillcrest and 12pm at Jacobs!  
A wellness resource fair will be at both locations! Participants include: 
  • UCSD Health HR Benefits
  • Free chair massage from UCSD FitLife
  • Food samples from UCSD Health Dietetics Internship and The Weight Management Programs 
  • Ask the Registered Dietitian
  • The UCSD Center for Mindfulness 
  • 24 Hour Fitness
  • UC San Diego Recreation
  • The WorkStrong Program
For more information about each location, follow this link.

Thursday, February 21, 2019

It's Here! The UC San Diego Health Healthy Meeting and Event Guide

This guide will help your department to make meetings and events healthier.  Use it to offer nutritious snacks and meals as well as when and how to incorporate movement to have participants feeling and performing better.  Additionally, you will learn how to use practices that improve meeting sustainability.  View the The Healthy Meeting and Event Guide online or contact Brenna Joyce at bjoyce@ucsd.edu for a hard copy.



Monday, February 4, 2019

Stigma Free UC Presents: Anxiety - From Boredom to Burnout

The newest and final installment of Stigma Free UC webinar series takes place on Tuesday, February 19, 11am-12pm.  Dr. Robert Bota, Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at UC Irvine, will host a webinar presentation centered around the topic of anxiety. 

For many, stress and anxiety are part of life - standard responses to life's many challenges.  When we start to feel overwhelmed, we may wonder:  When does stress begin to affect mental health?  When is anxiety a symptom of a psychiatric illness that warrants professional help?  And finally, how can we improve our brain health?

These questions will be addressed in the webinar by Dr. Bota, who focuses his professional work around the interplay between psychiatric illnesses and medical conditions, and explores innovative ways to address the spectrum of one's psychosomatic needs.

All UC faculty, staff and students are invited to attend.  Registration is at UCOP.zoom.us/j/5109879443.  To listen by phone, dial 669-900-6833; meeting ID:  510 987 9443.

To view the full description visit UCnet.