Let us help lead you on a path to health and vitality

Mission: The Regis University Wellness Program inspires and empowers, through collaborative efforts across Regis, the enhancement of overall health and well-being.

Goal: Our goal is to increase faculty and staff awareness to the offerings available on campus. We want to help enhance your overall quality of life and health. Let us help lead you on a path to health and vitality.

To participate in the program register now.

Fall 2018 Wellness Program

Program Steps

Fall 2018 Activities:

  • October 9 - 12: Regis University Food Pantry (The Cupboard) Food Drive

- Join us in collecting non-perishable food items for the NEW Regis University Food Pantry, called "The Cupboard". The Cupboard is located in the Library and is
          open to all those in the Regis Community and outside of the Regis community. As we near the holiday season, the Faculty and Staff Wellness Program is
          looking to support The Cupboard and help get them stocked up.
- The Pantry is always accepting food donations and donations can be dropped off at the Mil Vet Office

  • October 29 - December 7: Lifestyle Goal Challenge

- Join the Faculty and Staff Wellness Program for a holistic approach to reaching your goals this year. Participants will set a goal that they want to achieve within
          6 weeks. It can be weight loss, gain muscle, eat healthier, spend more time with friends and family really anything related to our 5 pillars of Wellness. We will
          be with you along the way to help you stay on track. Those who complete all 6 weeks will qualify for prizes!
- To sign up, email fitness@regis.edu 

  • November 1 - December 12: Father Woody Toy Drive

- Join the Faculty and Staff Wellness Program is gathering donations for the annual Father Woody Toy Drive.
- Donation boxes located in the Chapel; Main Hall 2nd floor; Student Center; Clarke Hall; Fitness Center

  • November 14: Lunch and Learn: Your Holiday Survival Guide! A Panel Covering the 5 Pillars of Wellness

- Time: 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
- Location: Claver 306
- The Wellness Program is bringing together experts on campus to help you get through the upcoming holiday season. Come join us to learn about some tips for
  spirituality during the holidays, gratitude and volunteering, nutrition and fitness tips to help you stay on track during holiday get-togethers, how to keep your
  health and wellness in check, keeping your emotional wellness in check and learn more about our holiday EAP guides from Human Resources. Bring you lunch
  and learn with us!

  • November 15: Project Homeless Connect
  • November 17: Father Woody Wrap Party

Ready to get started? To participate in the program To participate in the program register now.

Also, join our Yammer Group.


Fall 2018 Activities

 Fall Noon Hour Fitness Classes through Wellness and Recreation:

- Mondays 12:15 p.m. - 1 p.m.: Cycle 45

A class perfect for the lunch hour or those that have a tight schedule. This indoor cycle class brings you through a challenging 45 minute ride that will help improve your cardiovascular endurance along with muscular endurance. These 45 minutes will include a warm-up, cool down, and stretching. No cycling experience required. Class size is limited to 8 spots. All skill levels are welcome!  **Please call the Fitness Center front desk at 303.458.3563 1 hour before class time to reserve your spot**

- Tuesdays 12:15 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.: HIIT30

Come join us for 30 minutes of high intensity interval training. This class will involve a
combination of cardiovascular drills and strength training drills to help get your heart
pumping and improve your overall fitness. Previous experience in group fitness classes is encouraged, but not required.

- Wednesdays 12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.: Pilates

Pilates is a series of movements that engage the mind and condition the total body. The blend of strength and flexibility
training helps to improve posture, reduce stress, and improve muscle endurance and strength. Pilates takes a balanced
approach in the area of fitness so that no muscle group is overworked. This form of fitness will help keep both the mind
and body in balance to help improve all aspects of daily living. All skill levels are welcome!

- Thursdays 12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.: Yoga

Come join us for a peaceful 60 minutes of your day where you will learn to connect your breath and movements to help reduce stress and re-center your day. Our certified yoga instructor will lead you through a variety of sun salutations, yoga poses, spine strengthening, and breathing exercises to help you improve your overall well-being. Class will conclude with a savasana to help connect the mind, body and spirt into one. All skill levels are welcome!

- Fridays 12:15 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.: Fall Sweat

Come join us for a 45 minute instructors pick workout. You never know what you are going to get for your fall sweat.
It could be cardio, it could be strength, it could be a combination of cardio and strength. We could be inside or we could be
outside enjoying some nice weather. Come sweat with us this fall and keep your workouts mixed up! All skill levels are welcome!

Common Ground

- Every Wednesday 12 p.m. - 12:30 p.m., led by Ken Phillips, meet in the Newland Prayer room in the chapel; this is an interfaith prayer service and all are welcome to join.

Inner Passages Meditation 

- Drop ins welcome, meditation every day refer to the website for details.

Regis Neighborhood Health Hours

- Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
- Tuesday and Thursday: 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.