Join us on a 20-30 minute walk while we talk about health, wellness, and life in general. From the Employees Retirement System of Texas, podcast host Lacy Wolff walks and talks with her mentors, friends, experts and leaders about health and wellness. Learn more through the link below, or search ERS Walk and Talk through your favorite podcast platform! Learn more and participate whenever convenient for you!
Tea Tuesday provides students a chance to stop by UH Wellness to grab a free cup of tea and chat with other students. UH Wellness Office is located within the Rec center.
Apples alone won’t keep the doctor away, but they can be a step in the right direction. Apples are delicious, low in calories, a natural mouth freshener and full of fiber, and other health promoting nutrients. Head over to Moody Towers for lunch to try our superfood of the month apple inspired menu. Learn More
Sickle Cell Awareness Month Blood Drive
Metropolitan Volunteering Program (MVP) is hosting a Female Hygiene Drive. This is an initiative taken by the MVP organization to spread awareness in the UH community regarding female hygiene and underlining the importance.
Put a twist on your average ab-day with this intense and strenuous class. Balance and posture will be used to improve core strength through mind and body connections.
Spice up your workout to the rhythms of today’s hits. Transform your routine and exhilarate your body with this dance-filled class!
Add some rhythm to your day with some dance and hip-hop choreography.
Calling all Coogs! Every year, at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters, University of Houston students, faculty and staff have the opportunity to help reduce plastic waste and win prizes by participating in the Office of Sustainability’s #UHBYOBottle social media campaign. To participate in the campaign, post a photo of yourself using a reusable water bottle to Instagram or Twitter with #UHBYOBottle and @UHSustain any time during the contest. Each day, participants will be eligible to win exclusive prizes from the Office of Sustainability. The #UHBYOBottle campaign is meant to encourage people to minimize single-use plastic water bottles and opt instead for reusable water bottles. Anyone with reusable water bottles can refill them at the UH2O stations located inside many of the buildings across the UH main campus. Click here for more information.