Wellness Week

Wellness Week

WELLNESS WEEK SPRING 2019


Explore the 8 Dimensions of Wellness through workshops and activities during Wellness Week. Learn about how physical, environmental, financial, intellectual, occupational, social, and spiritual well-being connects to your student success. Attend as many events during this week to enter to win a Fit Bit Tracker!

Sponsored by the Center for Student Involvement, Cross Cultural Centers, Kinesiology and Nutritional Science, Housing and Residential Life, Office for Students with Disabilities, Office of the Dean of Students, Student Health Center, University Library, University-Student Union, Xtreme Fitness, and student fees.


EIGHT DIMENSIONS OF WELLNESS

spiritual Icon Expanding a sense of purpose and meaning in life.
 physical Icon Recognizing the need for physical activity, healthy foods, and sleep.
 social Icon Developing a sense of connection, belonging, and a well-developed support system.
 intellectual Icon Recognizing creative abilities and finding ways to expand knowledge and skills
 financial Icon Satisfaction with current and future financial situations
 Occupational Icon Personal satisfaction and enrichment from one’s work
 Environmental Icon Good health by occupying pleasant, stimulating environments that support well-being
 Emotional Icon Coping effectively with life and creating satisfying relationships

MONDAY, MARCH 18

WELLNESS WEEK KICKOFF AND RESOURCE FAIR

U-SU Plaza   |   12 – 2 PM

Join us as we kickoff Wellness Week! Come enjoy music, food, and the many resources shared from various departments, clubs, and organizations that can connect you to the 8 Dimensions of Wellness!

PANTRY TO PLATE

U-SU Plaza   |   12 PM

Cooking 101! Join us for a special Pantry to Plate event with Chef Daniel! Learn to transform food from your pantry into healthy, easy, and affordable meals through a mobile kitchen. Free lunch while supplies last.
Physical. Intellectual. Social.

TOASTMASTERS PRESENTS: SPEAKING LIKE AN ENTERTAINER

University Library North Innovation Hub A119   |   1 PM

Students and professionals often face the challenging task of speaking in front of a group. Whether you will be asking questions to an audience, preparing an engaging discussion, or an activity that focuses on interaction, it is an opportunity to learn how to entertain a crowd when speaking in public.
Intellectual. Social. Occupational.

OSD MEET & GREET

Office for Students with Disabilities   |   2 – 4 PM

Meet our staff and join us for one-to-one sessions with the OSD counselors to discuss OSD Best Practices. Here you will have the opportunity to ask questions about our program, services, and accommodations. Intellectual. Social. Environmental. Emotional

HEALTHY ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS

Student Health Center Station Four   |   3:15 PM

Self-criticism may arise from rejection, loneliness, loss, guilt, failure, or low self-esteem. Learn how to transform your inner critic into your biggest supporter.
Emotional. Social.

ZUMBA

All Purpose Room, 1st Floor, University-Student Union   |   6 – 6:50 PM

Take the “work” out of workout and join us for a calorie-burning dance fitness party! This aerobic fitness class features movements by various styles of Latin American dance incorporated with low/high intensity interval training. Physical. Social.

TUESDAY, MARCH 19

SHAC’S HEALTH HUT

Main Walkway, in front of the Student Health Center   |   11 AM – 4 PM

Stop by the Health Hut to learn more about Mental Health topics, receive tips on strategies to aid your mental health and about on campus resources available to you. Don’t forget to participate in one of our
activities to earn prizes!
Social. Physical. Intellectual.

INTERNSHIPS 101

Career Development Center   |   2 – 3 PM

Why are internships important and how can I get one? Get advice from your career counselors as we talk about how to find an internship that can open doors to future career opportunities. Occupational. Intellectual.

BODY SCULPT

All Purpose Room, 1st Floor, University-Student Union   |   3 – 3:50 PM

Body Sculpt is a full body work out targeting specific major muscle groups. This class is designed to help shape, firm and sculpt the body through body weight exercises and resistance training. Physical.

MEDITATION AND MINDFULNESS

Reflection Room, 3rd Floor, University-Student Union   |   3:15 PM

Come and have a respite from your busy day. Have more day-to-day inner peace by learning to calm your mind and loosen the grip of difficult thoughts and feelings.
Spiritual. Emotional. Intellectual.

STRETCHING YOUR FINANCIAL AID AWARDS TO THE MAX

Montebello Room, 3rd Floor, University-Student Union   |   3:45 – 5 PM

Are you taking advantage of all that financial aid has to offer? Learn about the four major types of financial aid awards and how to get the most bang for your buck. Financial.

DE-STRESS YOURSELF

Student Health Center Station Four   |   4:30 PM

Come and learn about the difference between everyday stress and anxiety. You will be taught Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR), a relaxation skill proven to be effective for managing anxiety.
Physical. Emotional. Intellectual.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20

CAL STATE LA SPRING CAREER FAIR

Golden Eagle Ballrooms, 3rd floor, Golden Eagle Building   |   10 AM – 2 PM

Connect with a variety of employers who want to meet person-to-person with future job applicants (usually seniors, grad students, and recent graduates) and discuss skills sets and qualifications needed to apply. Business attire is recommended and you should consider having copies of your résumé to give to company representatives. Learn how to prepare at the Career Center.
Occupational. Social.

FOOD PANTRY SERVICE DAY

Food Pantry, 3rd floor, University-Student Union   |   11 AM – 1 PM   |   3 – 5 PM

Open to currently enrolled Cal State LA students, all you need is your student ID card and access to your current schedule. For more information visit us online at www.CalStateLA.edu/deanofstudents Physical.

WORK-IT-CIRCUIT

All Purpose Room, 1st Floor, University-Student Union   |   12 – 12:50 PM

Work-It-Circuit is a full body workout that incorporates interval and resistance training for participants of all skill levels. This class is designed to elevate the intensity of your workouts and take your game to the next
level! Physical.

MANAGING ANGER

Student Health Center Station Four   |   1 PM

Learn how to identify stressors, take necessary steps to remain calm, and handle tense situations in a constructive, positive manner. Emotional. Intellectual.

LEADERSHIP SPEAKER REBROADCAST

Career Center   |   2 – 4 PM

Join the Cal State LA student chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success, in partnership with the Career Center, as we rebroadcast an interview with a leading author, speaker or celebrity focused on success and achieving your goals. Social. Intellectual.

EAT HEALTHY, BE ACTIVE

Student Health Center, Rm 210   |   3:15 PM

Eat Healthy, Be Active is a 4-part workshop series based on current dietary and physical activity guidelines. Join us for our second workshop focusing on exercising as a college student! Healthy snacks will be provided! Intellectual. Social. Physical.

BLACK HAIR: ARTISTRY, RESISTANCE, CULTURAL APPROPRIATION

San Gabriel Room, 3rd floor, University-Student Union   |   3:15 PM

A discussion on Black hair, the beauty, skills, tips and an examination of how it is treated in society. Physical. Intellectual. Social

THURSDAY, MARCH 21

CPR CERTIFICATION CLASS (DWSP- Sigma Lambda Beta)

Los Angeles Room BC, 3rd floor, University-Student Union   |   10 AM

Come get CPR Certified in collaboration with Sigma Lambda Beta fraternity. Learn about the importance of CPR and how it can save lives. Please sign-up at the CSI office, U-SU 204. Spots are limited. Intellectual. Physical.

FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERVIEWING

Career Development Center   |   10 – 11 AM

Up your interview game to the professional level. Career counselors will share tips on how to respond to different types of interview questions and what to avoid in the professional job interview.
Occupational. Intellectual.

CREATING A SELF-CARE PLAN

Student Health Center Station Four   |   10:30 AM

Want more vitality, contentment, and connectedness and less despair? Yes, please! Participants will be guided in the development of their own self-care plan. Spiritual. Emotional. Intellectual.

PILATES

All Purpose Room, 1st Floor, University-Student Union   |   11 – 11:50 AM

Join us for a total body, equipment-free work out that sculpts a rock-solid core and a lean body like nothing else can. Physical

INTERNSHIPS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS

Career Development Center Library   |   3 – 4:30 PM

It can be a daunting task to find internships and opportunities as an undocumented student, especially with DACA’s future being uncertain. This workshop will provide strategies, examples, and referrals for connecting students with internships, fellowships, and entrepreneurial experiences.
Intellectual. Social. Financial. Occupational

YOU BETTA WERK: SMALL TALK AND NAVIGATING THE HETERONORMATIVE AGENDA

Pasadena Room, 3rd floor, University-Student Union   |   4 PM

Small talk can make or break a potential connection. This professional development workshop highlights how to build lasting professional relationships as an LGBTQIA+ employee navigating the heteronormative agenda. Occupational. Intellectual. Financial. Social.

FRIDAY, MARCH 22

KETTLEBELL SPIN

All Purpose Room, 1st Floor, University-Student Union   |   8 – 8:50 AM

Come push your respiratory endurance and get a full body workout at the same time. This class goes beyond the bike and features full body exercises in an interval style of circuit training with kettlebells and body weight exercises. Physical.

BEYOND BASIC: CONNECTING STUDENTS TO THE 8 DIMENSIONS OF WELLNESS

University Library – Community Room B131   |   10 AM – 2 PM

This four-hour program aims to equip Cal State LA student leaders with specific campus resources related to the Eight Dimensions of Wellness, starting with a focus on food and housing security needs. Going “Beyond Basic” is an approach that will empower participants to incorporate the information gained into their day-to-day work and serve as powerful student wellness advocates. Lunch is provided. Register at: Beyond Basic.
Physical. Occupational. Financial. Intellectual. Social.


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