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Wellbeing Center open for faculty, staff and retirees

A message from Campus Recreation:

Whether working from home or on campus, you can work out at the Wellbeing Center! The weight rooms, pool and climbing Students wearing masks and using the Wellbeing Center climbing wallwall are open and available for use by reservation. Group fitness classes are offered both in-person and by livestream.

To ensure compliance with capacity limitations, reservations are required to use the facilities and join in-person fitness programs. You can book space up to 48 hours in advance via the campus recreation website.

Please direct questions to campusrec@nullwfu.edu.

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Campus Recreation hosts faculty-staff RECESS

Exterior of the WF Wellbeing Center

Wake Forest Wellbeing Center

Faculty and staff are invited to join monthly RECESS events hosted by Campus Recreation. Join Campus Recreation for charades on March 13, wiffle ball on April 24 and kickball on May 15. Lunch will be provided on May 15. All events will be held between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. in the Wake Forest Wellbeing Center and registration is required.

Contact Lexie McClure, event and activities coordinator, for more information.

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WFU Wellbeing Center's 'January JumpStart' begins Jan. 6

A message from Wake Forest Campus Recreation

The Wake Forest Wellbeing Center and campus partners will be offering January JumpStart, free wellbeing programming for all Reynolda campus employees and their spouses/partners from Monday through Saturday, January 6 – 11.  Bring your WFU ID to participate.

There will be more than 70 group exercise classes including the popular noontime yoga, midday massage therapy Tuesday through Friday, and Deacon Family Hours when employees can bring their children and grandchildren. And, of course, it includes access to the pool and cardio and weight equipment. Here is a link to the January JumpStart website that outlines the programs.

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Student Health Service, Campus Recreation announce changes in schedules, services Friday

This announcement was e-mailed to students, faculty and staff on Oct. 25 by Wake Forest Communications and External Relations:

The accidental activation of a water sprinkler Thursday night inside the Wellbeing Center has prompted some changes in the facility on Friday, October 25.

The incident has caused the Student Health Service to experience significant water damage to its facilities.

The Student Health Service announced the following today:

Some services (e.g. X-ray) may be limited for the next few days as repairs are being made. Students who have scheduled appointments for non-urgent matters (e.g. routine physical exams) may be asked to reschedule their appointments. Health Service personnel will contact students if this is the case. Otherwise students should report at their scheduled time. Thank you for your patience while these repairs are taking place. Please call if you need assistance scheduling an appointment (336-758-5218).

Campus Recreation announced that the second-floor gym cardio space and climbing wall will be unavailable until further notice.

For unrelated reasons, restrooms and showers in Reynolds Gym will be unavailable from noon until 4 p.m. today.  Restroom facilities will be available on the second and fourth floors of the Sutton Center.

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Campus Recreation offers All Sports Camp this summer

This is a guest post from Campus Recreation:

Camp Season is right around the corner and we still have space in our All Sports Camp!

Information and registration can be found on the Campus Recreation website .

Our camp offers a variety of traditional and non-traditional sports and activities to keep your camper engaged during the day. A full-day camp experience will include pool time every day and three days at the climbing wall.

A reduced registration fee is available for faculty and staff.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact Dana Lopez (lopezd@nullwfu.edu) or call 336.758.7178.

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