These programs are offered to NAU faculty and staff at no cost unless otherwise indicated. If you have any questions about any of the programs listed below, please e-mail Ask-EAW@nau.edu or call 928-523-1552.
Upcoming wellness programs
Bike to Work Week, May 17 – 22
It’s time again for Flagstaff’s annual Bike to Work Week! Join one or all of
the many fun events including the Bike Bazaar on Sunday and Bike to Work Week
Breakfast on Wednesday. Don’t miss NAU’s breakfast station sponsored by our Transportation Action Team from 6:30 to 9 a.m. just north
of the University Union.
you plan to bike just one day or all week, consider participating in the
Worksite Challenge. You may register as an individual or a department. There
are random drawings with awesome giveaways for participants who log their daily
commute miles. Participation in Bike to
Work Week provides points toward your 2016
Please note: If you plan to
leave your bike on campus overnight next week, please pick up a green tag for your
bike at one of the following locations: University Union front desk, du Bois
front desk, Rec Center front desk in the HLC, or at Facility Services front
desk. If you are not leaving your bike overnight, you will not need get a green
tag. If your bike is tagged with an orange tag next week, simply tear it off.
For more information on how to
get involved or participate, visit the official site at Bike
Development Day, Wednesday, May 20
for the Employee Development Day on Wednesday, May 20 is now OPEN!
us for a day of learning and fun! Registration for this free event
closes this Friday, May 15 at 5 p.m.
Upon completion of your registration, you will receive a confirmation e-mail. Attending
these workshops provides points toward your 2016
development day Includes:
and afternoon sessions (35 different topics offered)
and mid-afternoon refreshments (lunch will not be provided)
the lunch break:
walk led by Campus Recreation Director, Rhonda Powers
radio station playing music and giving out prizes
fair featuring local organizations and various NAU departments
Register at Employee
Development Day registration.
Brown Bag with Campus Recreation
Wednesday, May 27, 12:15 p.m., HLC room 2407
Campus Recreation is dishing up a great brown-bag
classic for your lunch hour! We’ll take a more in depth look at the variety of
ways physical activity can improve your work/life balance and identify the
Campus Rec programs and services available to you as an NAU employee. The
presentation will last 30-minutes ending with an optional tour of the Wall
Aquatic Center or Recreation Center.
Reserve your spot by emailing Christina.Flint@nau.edu.
Atttendees receive free Rec with Altitude swag and a free one week trial
membership to the facility of your choice!
Summer yoga classes
Harmony Flow Yoga and
by Shannon Arnett, MA, CEHP, RYT-500
Wednesday afternoons, 12 - 1 pm, June 3 - July 1
Center, Exercise Suite 1
us for a flowing yoga class, with many options to increase harmony in life on
and off the mat! Resting, flowing through Vinyasa, and/or strengthening
in poses are consistently offered as choices throughout practice for optimum
pacing for each student. Each class will conclude with 10 minutes of
guided mindfulness meditation and relaxation to balance out the mind and prepare
for the rest of the day. Attending these
classes provides points toward your 2016
To register, please visit Campus Recreation Services EAW Specialty Classes.If you
experience any registration issues, please contact Christina.Flint@nau.edu or Amy.Phillips@nau.edu. Registration is also available at the Recreation Center
front desk, 11 am - 7 p.m., Monday - Friday.
by Melissa Schonauer, PhD, Research Associate Biology Department, RYT-200
afternoons, 12:10 - 1 p.m., June 4 - July 7 (6 weeks)
Health and Learning
Center, Recreation Center
In these lunch hour classes, we
will incorporate breath as well as basic and relaxing yoga poses to promote an
overall feeling of calm and wellness. We will begin classes with a breathing
practice, then we will gently move through basic poses while focusing on
alignment and breath awareness in the present moment, and we will end with
relaxing postures. Beginners to more experienced practitioners are welcome as
options for variations of poses will be given. Please wear comfortable clothes
and bring a yoga mat. There are a few mats available at the front desk of the
Rec Center for those who need one. Attending these classes provides points
toward your 2016
To register, please visit Campus Recreation Services EAW Specialty Classes.If you experience any registration issues, please contact
Christina.Flint@nau.edu or Amy.Phillips@nau.edu.Registration is also available at the
Recreation Center front desk, 11 am - 7 p.m., Monday - Friday.