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NoonTime Wellness - Summer 2017

Activities begin on June 5, 2017 and will continue through July 27, 2017

** Activities will not be held on July 3 and July 4, 2017 **

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One Minute Meditation:  How to meditate in a moment

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Join the Walking for Wellness Movement

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Wellness Opportunities

EARLY MORNING WELLNESS PROGRAM
(7:05 A.M. TO 7:30 A.M.)
 ACTIVITIES

Class

Facility

Day

Instructor

Open Swim

Pool

M-Th

Casual Use

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

Class

Facility

Day

Instructor

Aqua Aerobics

Pool

T/Th

Gay Ann White

Tai Chi

YSM 187

M/W

Gay Ann White

Yoga

YSM 187

T/Th

Alicia Patrice

Open Swim

Pool

M/W

Casual Use

Walking On Your Own

Walking Map

M-F

Casual Use

AFTERWORK WELLNESS PROGRAM
(4:05 P.M. TO 4:50 P.M.)
 ACTIVITES

Classes

Facility

Day

Instructor

Open Swim

Pool

T/Th

Casual Use

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

FITNESS APPS

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Walking for Wellness Campaign

Welcome to the 24th year of NoonTime Wellness at Sacramento State! Over the next several weeks we will offer activities that we hope will get you moving! We have a beautiful park-like campus that will serve as the springboard for our Walking for Wellness campaign.

Do you want to start a fitness program and don’t know where to start? It’s easy – Walking is it! Walking is one of the easiest and most effective forms of exercise. All you need is a good pair of shoes, comfortable clothing, and the interest!

As part of Walking for Wellness we are launching the Sacramento State Walking Group(s)! Come on and join a group or walk alone –just participate!

**SharePoint Link**
Record your steps here!

We will provide monthly incentives to our top walkers!

Walker categories:

  • Strollers – Light intensity, the point is to get up and get moving. Stop and enjoy the roses, get intoxicated by their heavenly scent.
  • Movers – Moderate intensity, let’s get out, get our heart rate up and the blood circulating. Briefly check out the roses and breathe the beauty in as you walk by.
  • Shakers – Intense exercise, get your blood pumping and produce a little sweat. Get a whiff of the roses as you whiz by.

See how our wellness activities also count for steps.

If you want to learn more about our program, please view our flyer by clicking the link below:

Walking Flyer

Campus Walking Map

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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

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.

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 NOONTIME WELLNESS PROGRAM CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

 Aqua Aerobics

Description

An instructor and water-based cardiovascular activity that is easy on the joints and promotes muscular strength and flexibility.  The activity 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.

 Tai Chi

Description

An instructor based, 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 arts and is used for relaxation and healing. Healthcare providers recommend this class for maintaining balance, flexibility and cardiovascular health. 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.

 Walking

Description

Strollers – Light intensity, the point is to get up and get moving. Stop and enjoy the roses, get intoxicated by their heavenly scent.

Movers – Moderate intensity, let’s get out, get our heart rate up and the blood circulating. Briefly check out the roses and breathe the beauty in as you walk by.

Shakers – Intense exercise, get your blood pumping and produce a little sweat. Get a whiff of the roses as you whiz by.

  Yoga

Description

This yoga class teaches basic postures, yogic breathing and is easily adaptable to meet your physical and energetic needs. We will work to build strength and stamina, but in a gentle and mindful environment. All are welcome, no ability to touch toes needed! Have fun and reduce stress with a great community of people.

Items to bring:  A Yoga mat is recommended.

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.

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If you have questions about our programs, please e-mail our office at training_development@csus.edu. Thank you!

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