Developing a Healthy U

Workshops highlight tool to develop and maintain work-life balance.  Topic are centered on the seven dimensions of Fresno State's Healthy U wellness model.

October Workshops

Winning With A Healthy Lifestyle
Fri., Oct 610 - 10:50 a.m., Family Food Science 105 - Writing Healthy Goals
Fri., Oct 1310 - 10:50 a.m., Family Food Science 105 - Portion Distortion
Fri., Oct 2010 - 10:50 a.m., Family Food Science 105 - A "Piece" of Mind
Fri., Oct 2710 - 10:50 a.m., Family Food Science 105 - Meal Planning
Led by Dr. Lisa Herzig, this 8-week program offers nutrition coaching and exercise planning to help cultivate living a healthy and balanced lifestyle.

Meal Prep Made Easy
We all have busy schedules, and often eating well and planning ahead can be difficult. Make meal planning and prep easy with this fun and interactive workshop, complete with a demonstration and taste test!

Mindful Meditation
Wed., Oct 1812 - 1 p.m., Library 2108
Life's challenges and demands can knock us off balance and leave us feeling overwhelmed. Because of this, it is difficult to develop the mindset of slowing down and getting centered, grounded and focused. As a consequence, one may experience anxiety, health issues, losing track of what is important, and a decrease in concentration abilities.  This class is interactive so please wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing.

Examining Microaggressions and their Impact on Campus Climate
Mon., Oct 3010 - 12 p.m., Vintage Room
Microaggressions are brief and commonplace daily verbal, behavioral or environmental indignities, whether intentional or unintentional that communicates hostile, derogatory, or negative slights and insults toward individuals based on one's race, gender, class, sexuality, language, immigration status, phenotype, accent, or surname. This interactive workshop will examine the impact of microaggressions on campus climate and provide tools to effectively address them when they occur. Workshop goals: (1) Recognize when microaggressions are occurring in the workplace; (2) Understand the psychological effects on individuals and their harmful impact on campus climate; (3) Learn strategies and tools to successfully interrupt/address microaggressions when they occur; (4) Become a more effective ally to others.

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