B-town, as the locals affectionately call it, is full of fitness and wellness opportunities. On campus or off, if you want it, this place most likely has it.
IUB Employee Wellness Coalition
A number key players in health and wellness on the IUB campus formed an IUB employee wellness coalition. This is an inclusive group and open to all interested employees. The goal of the group is to support each other in campus wellness endeavors and cross promote current activities. The group meets monthly, noon to 1. If you are interested in attending, please e-mail email@example.com for upcoming meeting date and location.
Individual Nutritional Counseling FREE for Employees
Individual Nutritional Counseling is available every other month. Call 812- 855-4948 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your appointment. To better serve you, appointments are available at many different locations around campus. Please bring your employee ID to the appointment. This program is free and confidential designed to give you the knowledge you need to achieve your nutritional goals.
Grow Your Own
Growing your own fruits and vegetables is a great way to get foods that taste wonderful and inexpensive too! Hilltop Garden and Nature Center sponsors a number of gardening workshops for the beginner and the seasoned gardener. For more information go to:
Learn by doing, volunteer for the Sustainability Edible Campus Initiative at Hilltop Garden and Nature Center phone: 812-855-8808 or e-mail: email@example.com
Bloomington’s Recreational Sports program isn’t just for students. Staff memberships are only about $20 month, and include special staff group exercise sessions and pool hours, not to mention access to RS’s two facilities, the Student Recreational Sports Center and Wildermuth Intramural Center.
Maybe you like to work up a sweat playing a sport or game? The Bloomington campus has a variety of club sports, informal sports, and intramural sports to get you going.
Try the Step into Fitness program, a free nine-week walking and nutrition program for faculty and staff that takes place every summer.
Get some fresh air while you get a great workout with IU Outdoor Adventures. This outdoor recreation program is where IU employees can go to rent or buy gear, take a backpacking course, or plan a trip.
Bloomington is famous for its scenic beauty. Bike, boat, hike, or fish—just get out there and see it. Bloomington Parks and Recreation will show you where to start.
IU Working Moms Group provides programming, networking and support for working mothers who are members of the IU faculty and staff, with an emphasis on fostering social connections and providing relevant educational and professional development opportunities.
IUB Work Life program through Human Resources offers information and resources on child and parenting, eldercare education and enrichment, navigating work and personal life and more.