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Faculty & Staff are welcome to participate in a variety of fitness opportunities sponsored by Campus Recreation. For more information,
please contact DeDe Cox (coxdel@wfu.edu) or Swain Lewis (lewisds@wfu.edu).
Free Week of Group Exercise classes
All group exercise are free, September 6-11. This is a wonderful opportunity to sample the group exercise schedule before purchasing a
fitness pass. Starting, Monday, September 12 passes will be required for class.
Fitness passes are $3/single class or $40/unlimited pass for the entire semester. Faculty/Staff Yoga offered Monday Friday at 12:05pm
in the
floor exercise studio, Miller Center.
HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training)
A thirty minute class with short bursts of high-intensity exercises followed by periods of recovery. You control the pace and the
workout. Bring a towel, water bottle and an I CAN attitude.
Tuesday, September 6 | 7:00-7:30pm | Miller Center Walkway
Thursday, September 8 | 5:00-5:30pm | Miller Center Walkway
Gently Yoga on the Lawn
An opportunity to awaken with positive energy and exercise to begin your day.
Thursday, September 8 | 7:30-8:30am | Upper Quad
Yoga & Art
Campus Recreation is collaborating with the Charlotte & Phillip Hanes Gallery for a specialty class. Artist, Alexander Oleksyn, is visiting
campus from New York filling the gallery with his artwork centered around mindfulness. Alexander Oleksyn practices yoga and is looking
forward to sharing the beauty of yoga with the faculty/staff noontime class alongside with his art collection.
Thursday, September 15 | 12:05-1:00 pm | Charlotte & Phillip Hanes Art Gallery in the Scales Fine Arts Building
Arrive & Thrive | September 22
4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.
Manchester Plaza (Rain Location: Benson 401)
Thrive is Wake Forest’s comprehensive wellbeing initiative focused on the health and wellbeing of the whole person. At “Arrive and Thrive”,
partners from across campus will feature dozens of fun and thought-provoking activities designed to inform and inspire the campus communi-
ty about how to lead healthier, more balanced lives! Thrive addresses wellbeing through eight dimensions: emotional, environmental, finan-
cial, intellectual, occupational, physical, social, and spiritual.
"Thrive is not just a campaign -Thrive is about a way of life here at Wake Forest University. We’re inviting every student,
faculty, and staff member to come out and be reminded that Wake Forest is invested in every aspect of their life." -Dr.
Malika Roman Isler, Director of Wellbeing
Food | Giveaways | Activities | Fun | Massages | Puppies
Arrive and Thrive is a collaborative effort between the Office of Wellbeing, University Counseling Center, Office of Sustainability, Landscaping
Services, Financial Aid, Human Resources, ZSR, Office of Family Engagement, Professional Development Center, Office of Professional and Ca-
reer Development, Student Health Service, Campus Recreation, WFU Dining, Student Engagement, and the Chaplain’s Office.
hrive.wfu.edu | 336.758.3089 | email: thrive@wfu.edu |
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