Noontime Wellness - Spring 2014

Activities begin February 3, 2014 and will continue through May 8, 2014.

No classes will be held on March 24th through March 31st.

*Please bring your One Card with you to every class to verify your status as a faculty/staff employee*


MORNING WELLNESS PROGRAM
 
6:30 A.M. TO 7:30 A.M.
INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES

Classes

Facility

Day

Instructor

Open Swim

Pool

M-Th

Casual Use

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NOONTIME WELLNESS PROGRAM
12:05 P.M. TO 12:50 P.M.
INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES

Class

Facility

Day

Instructor

Tai Chi

YSM 187

T/Th

Gay Ann White

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Weights

YSM 107

M/W

Robyn Penwell

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Yoga

YSM 183

M/W

Alicia Patrice

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Basketball

YSM 100

M-Th

Casual Use

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Open Swim

Pool

M/W

Casual Use

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Walking

10,000 steps a day is the ultimate goal

The Campus

M-F

Casual Use

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Walking Map

iPhone/Android Free Tracking Apps


AFTERWORK WELLNESS PROGRAM
  5:00 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.
INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES

Class

Facility

Day

Instructor

Aqua Aerobics

Pool

M/W

Gay Ann White

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Beginning Ballroom Dance

YSM 183

W

Randy Solorio

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Yoga

YSM 183

M/Th

Alicia Patrice

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Open Swim

Pool

M-Th

Casual Use

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Walking

10,000 steps a day is the ultimate goal

The Campus (see attached map)

M-Th

Casual Use

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Walking Map

iPhone/Android Free Tracking Apps

WORKOUT @ YOUR DESK

Classes

Facility

Day

Instructor

Don't Just Sit There

Your Desk

M-F

Casual Use

Chair-A-Cise Warm-Up Stretches

Chair-A-Cise Arms, Legs, Back


 

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Wellness @ Work Testimonials

To see where classes are located, please view a map of the campus.

You will be required to check-in with the instructor on the first day of your participation. 

If you have questions about the program, please e-mail our office at training_development@csus.edu.


 NOONTIME WELLNESS PROGRAM CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

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Aqua Aerobics

Description

A water based cardiovascular activity that is easy on the joints and promotes muscular strength and flexibility.  Includes core strengthening using light hand weights and hand-eye coordination exercises to promote overall wellness and body toning.

Items to bring: 1 – 2lbs weights,  1 - resistance band, hat,  sunscreen (40 SPF), and a towel.

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Beginning Ballroom Dance

Description

Development of proficiency in Ballroom Dance, including basic steps for Foxtrot, Waltz, Hustle, Cha Cha, Tango, Rhumba, Salsa, Meringue and Swing.

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Tai Chi

Description

Low impact exercise activity that promotes balance, flexibility, strength and cardiovascular function.  Tai Chi as presented in this class is based on the ancient Chinese martial art and is used for relaxation and healing.  Healthcare Providers recommends this class for maintaining balance, flexibility and cardiovascular strength.   
Tai Chi helps with balance and body awareness, leading to confident ease of movement within the form and in everyday life. The class will help to focus the mind while conditioning the body.  

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Yoga

Description

Flowing from pose-to-pose in a pace that is steady and mindful to details of alignment, we will explore variations of Vinyasa--movement synchronized with breath. This class is appropriate for all levels, beginning and ending with quiet rest.

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Weights

Description

Machine weight training for total body strengthening and conditioning (cardio-machines available).

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Other On-Campus Offerings

The Well - The Well offers fitness classes during after-work hours. For more information, please visit their website ( http://thewell.csus.edu/ ) or contact them at 916-278-9355.