Balance your wellness in all areas of your life!

Wheel of Wellness covers six areas of wellness: Intellectual, emotional, physical, spiritual, social, and nutritional.

1. Choose a wellness key area

2. Choose at least 1 wellness resource

3. Get involved

4. Repeat from all wellness areas for a full and balanced experience

Intellectual

Tuesdays @ 12

Stop by SL 211 on Tuesdays at twelve pm to participate in stress management workshops. This is free to everyone!

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Wellness Resource Center

Located in the Wellness Programs (SL 211), the resource center includes materials to help you expand your knowledge of health and fitness.

Resource Center

Money Management Resource Center

Money management is a key part of becoming a successful adult. The MMRC offers free coaching sessions.

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Academic Advising

Each major has a team of academic advisors to help you make the best choices about your education.

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Tutoring

Tutoring is offered for many subjects, either in group settings or one on one.

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Student Success Classes

Student Success courses are a great way to enhance your college experience. Talk to your advisor to find the best fit for you.

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Clubs

Joining a club on campus can improve your critical thinking skills, and expose you to new things and people to encourage intellectual development.

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Emotional

Stress Less Program

Examines common stressors and reacting appropriately. Participants can expect to learn where their stress is coming from and how to manage their reactions and perceptions.

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Stress Reduction Room/Biofeedback

The biofeedback machine is hooked on to the fingertips and monitors the participant's blood pressure, heart rate and skin temperature. This program helps the individual relax their body and train themselves to control their heart rate, muscle tension, blood pressure and responses to stress.

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Keys to Happiness

Focuses on discovering greater self-acceptance, stronger relationships, inner success, and unconditional joy. This program can help participants experience great clarity, freedom, and joy.

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Reflection Center

Regular moments of quiet reflection and meditation are proven to contribute to sound mental health and assist in stress management. The reflection center provides an environment to assist in positive reflection.

Reflection Center

Ombuds

The Ombudsman is here to help mediate conflicts and disputes that can impair your emotional wellness. All conversations with the Ombudsman are completely confidential.

Ombuds

UVU Counseling Serivces

UVU Health Services offers Individual and Group Therapy. Contact Student Health Services for more information.

Student Health

Physical

Wellness Wednesday

Wellness Wednesdays cover health topics in The Zone every Wednesday from 11am-1pm, with interactive activities, fitness compentitions, and more!

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Health Screenings

Health Screenings are offered a few times each month. Screenings are free, and include Body Composition Testing and Blood Pressure Testing.

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Phsycial Fitness Coaching

Includes instruction on different types of exercise recommended by the American College of Sports Medicine. Aerobic, strength, and flexibility exercies are emphasized, along with basic instruction on nutrition and exercise safety.

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Blood Pressure

Covers the definition of blood pressure and causes of high blood pressure. Focuses on managing blood pressure and making healthy lifestyle choices.

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Cholesterol

Details the purpose of cholesterold and how to maintain a healthy cholesterol score.

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Healthy Sleep Habits

Examines current sleep habits, discusses various sleep disorders, and provides strategies for getting higher quality sleep.

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Health Risk Assessments

Measures body composition, blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose, and basic physical fitness through a series of short fitness test.

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Prenatal

This one-time session is designed to help you recognize the special needs that are required for a healthy pregnancy. During the session you will learn about the changes that occur in the body during pregnancy and how nutrition, physical activity, and other factors contribute to a healthy pregnancy.

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Running

Running can be hard and many people don’t know where to start. This one-time session is designed to help you learn about how to start and stick to a running program.

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Making Exercise a Habit Program

This one-time session is designed to help you recognize how important exercise is and the many benefits that come with regular exercise, which will then allow you to get on the path to making it a habit!

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Student Life & Wellness Center

Free memberships for students taking the minimum number of credits, plus free activities, every month. Affordable plan for faculty, staff, and families. Personal Trainers are also available for an additional fee.

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Intramurals

Weekly open play, student league play, and other weekly acitivies.

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Outdoor Adventure Center

Outdoor equipment rentals, overnight adventure trips, day hikes, and rock climbing wall in the SLWC.

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Wellness Wednesday

Wellness Wednesdays cover health topics in The Zone every Wednesday from 11am-1pm, with interactive activities, fitness compentitions, and more!

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Spiritual

Stress Reduction Room/Biofeedback

Biofeedback therapy is a technique used to control your body's functions, such as stress levels or heart rate by becoming more aware. Biofeedback can be a useful tool in developing spiritual awareness and promoting meditation.

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Reflection Center

The reflection center is available for both quiet meditation, and vocal prayer. Students can also schedule a room for discussion groups

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Yoga Class

The Student Life and Wellness Center offers free yoga classes several times a week to individuals with gym memberships. Yoga events focused on spiritual healing and awareness are also held several times each semester.

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Campus Religious Groups

There are several spiritual discussion/religious groups on campus, many of which are registered as clubs.

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LDS Institute

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints operates an Instiute of Religion adjacent to UVU campus. The institute teaches religious courses, and also provides an environment for spiritual development. For more information, please visit the institute or contact them at (801) 764-3000.

LDS Institute
 

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Nutritional

Tasty Tuesdays

Tasty Tuesdays are held every Tuesday between 11am and 1pm in the Student Life and Wellness Center's Demo Kitchen. All recipes and food samples are quick, easy, and healthy.

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Monthly Healthy Cooking Classes

Cooking classes are held to focus on various nutrition topics including: foods that fight cancer, Mediterranean cuisine, raw and Vegan preparations, and many more.

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Wellness Wednesday

Wellness Wednesdays cover many health topics in The Zone every Wednesday from 11am-1pm, with interactive activities, fitness competitions, nutritional screenings, and more!

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Plant-Based Nutrition

Focuses on specific plant-based nutrition principles for optimum health, including balancing proteins, getting adequate nutrients, and more.

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Never Diet Again - Intuitive Eating

Encourages lifestyle changes for those who want to reach and maintain an ideal normal weight. Also discusses emotional eating, avoiding the "diet mentality," and breaking the cycle of yo-yo dieting.

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Coping with Celiac Disease

Provides education and strategies to cope with Celiac Disease, while maintaining adequate nutrition. Information on gluten-free baking and cooking are also included.

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