• JuneWellness Month

    Join us for 100+ free on-campus activities including the first ever WellFest Buck-Eye Opener wellness rave and 2nd Annual Summer WellFest on June 26! For a complete list, visit go.osu.edu/JuneWellness.

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Events & Alerts

  • Foam Rolling Presentation

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    Enjoy a complimentary foam rolling presentation brought to you by Dr. Brittani Young of Airrosti Rehab Center!

    Would you like to learn how to improve your flexibility, increase blood flow & circulation, and reduce injuries or pain? Join Airrosti Rehab Centers for an educational and interactive foam rolling class where you will learn how to use this valuable rehab tool. We will teach you how using a foam roller can be an integral part of a healthy and active lifestyle. **Airrosti will provide foam rollers and handouts. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothes.**

    About Dr. Young: I am an Airrosti provider who specializes in the prevention and treatment of sprains, strains, and chronic pain. Airrosti focuses on correcting soft tissue injuries without the use of imaging, injections, or surgery.

    To register for this event, search under 'Educational Programs' at the link below. Hurry - there are only 30 spots available!

    *Please only register if you can actually attend the class. Only those on the registration list will be able to participate.

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  • Hatha Yoga

    Read more about the Hatha Yoga event on Jun 29

    Enjoy a complimentary Hatha yoga class brought to you by Alexander Lucas, yoga instructor and post doctoral researcher in the department of Kinesiology!

    This is a beginner and intermediate level yoga class that focuses on teaching the foundations of the practice, including breath, alignment and relaxation. We will begin with basic asana’s (postures) and aim to progress through a series of themed classes. More advanced students are welcome to attend and adjust the class according to their own capacity should they wish. You must bring your own yoga mat to participate.

    About Alex: I have been teaching basic yoga for 5 years and have recently been completing my teacher training in the ShivaShaktiSynthesis program through the Center for Wholeness, a yoga alliance certified 200 hundred hour course. I recently completed my PhD in the department of Kinesiology and am currently working as a post doctoral researcher with the department. My interests in yoga are based on my research focus on healthy lifestyle approaches to managing cancer survivorship and chronic disease in terms of health and quality of life. I aim to teach yoga from a comprehensive understanding of human anatomy and physiology that can lead to a functional appreciation of the practice and its benefits.

    To register for this event, search under 'Educational Programs' at the link below. Hurry - there are only 15 spots available!

    *Please only register if you can actually attend the class. Only those on the registration list will be able to participate.

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  • Cooking Live With Jenny

    Read more about the Cooking Live With Jenny event on Jun 30

    Cook along with Jenny Pitcher, Registered Dietitian, Certified Health Coach!

    Jenny will walk you through a series of three cooking demos on three different nights in June (6/2, 6/17 & 6/30). She will send out the grocery list for the foods you need to buy a week ahead of time so you can have the ingredients ready to go and cook along with her in your own kitchen. Jenny’s demos will focus on using foods that naturally help with increasing memory, creativity, cognitive function and overall brain power! At the end of the series, you will have learned how to put together a delicious meal that will help your brain function better at work and home.

    To register for this event, search under Educational Programs at the link below.

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Health Poll

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Thanks for your vote! Be on the lookout for the next team challenge launching in July & August 2015 with NEW & IMPROVED functionality in the Limeade portal.

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    If your New Year's resolution includes losing weight, starting an exercise routine, or quitting smoking, and you aren't sure where to turn for help, your personal health coach is just a phone call away. Health Coaches are happy to help you set realistic goals and provide you with support and resources that can help you along the way. All you have to do is ask. Click Read More to contact a coach.

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