This program aims to help UT personnel create healthier lifestyles through physical activity, proper nutrition, and healthy habits. In the lunch and learn style sessions, participants will learn about the current recommendations for areas of health and wellness. Participants will set and work to achieve individual goals based on their current levels of engagement. Over the course of the program, participants will learn skill sets that will help them meet their goals and adopt a healthy lifestyle as part of their daily routines. Request a Healthy Lifestyle Program for your department here.
In partnership with the UT Culinary Institute, Be Well is happy to announce the sponsorship of a series of healthy cooking classes. These hands-on cooking classes offer an opportunity for participants to learn more about healthy cooking methods and recipes. The classes are limited in size and are free for UT employees.
Be Well is excited to announce the Healthy Gardening Series in partnership with UT Gardens. The goal of this series is to empower UT faculty and staff to take control of their nutritional intake Gardening can seem like an overwhelming task at first. However, with the help of professionals from UT Gardens UT Faculty and Staff will learn the basics skills necessary to easily grow fresh herbs, fruits, and vegetables at home.
Workplace gardens offer opportunities for employees to eat healthier, get active, and reduce stress levels while at work. UT Employees will be offered space at the Campus Grow Lab, along with resources to learn how to grow their own produce and manage a garden. Interested individuals and departments are encouraged to sign up to attend a spring planning meeting.
Be Well and the Grow Lab Campus Garden are launching a new program this year free to UT employees! Workplace gardens offer opportunities for employees to eat healthier, get active, and reduce stress levels while at work. UT Employees will be offered space at the Grow Lab along with resources to learn how to grow their own produce and manage a garden. Interested individuals and departments are encouraged to sign up to attend a spring planning meeting.
Be Well will facilitate creating a team in community races and events that occur on our campus. The goal is to increase participation in physical activity events such as local races that benefit our community. Be Well represents the University of Tennessee in the Fittest Company Challenge as part of the Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon. Sign up and join the University of Tennessee team for a discounted registration (use code “UTK2020”).
The Weight Watchers studio experience comes to UT! Enjoy all of the same benefits with the convenience of participating at work. Contact Gwen Roddye at email@example.com for more information.
In partnership with UT Medical’s Healthy Kitchen, Be Well is bringing cooking demonstrations to campus! Faculty and staff can attend the demonstrations for free and learn how to prepare healthy snacks, meals, etc. Participants will also receive recipes, samples, and advice from certified experts in the field.
For more information about our Wellness Programs, email firstname.lastname@example.org.