February 10-14, 2020

Love EVERY Body Week is a time to honor and appreciate the differences between every single person. We are promoting a healthy lifestyle and healthy body image throughout the week to encourage everyone to love themselves and respect others.

Monday, February 10

Positive messages and silhouette cutout activity

5-7 p.m.
Student Union Lobby

Come check out the positive body, mental health, life affirmations drawn on body cut-outs. Silhouettes will then be posted in the fitness center for the week.

Positive Reframing of Self-Talk

4-5 p.m.
Nursing Center 101

Come hear from Nick Moder, Recreation Intern about locus of control, self-efficacy, and how to talk positive to your self.

Tuesday, February 11

Yoga and sleep education session

7-8 p.m.
Mathy Center  |  Multipurpose Room

De-stress and unwind with some easy yoga and learn about the importance of sleep, as well as some tips to help promote better quality sleep.

Wednesday, February 12

FREE Self-Defense Class

4-5 p.m.
Mathy Center  |  Multipurpose Room

Learn the basics of self-defense to guard yourself from attackers. Build confidence in your ability to protect yourself, practice physical and mental fortitude. Jabbing, blocking, kicking, and more!

Thursday, February 13

Free Pause for Paws

2-3:30 p.m.
Nursing Center  |  Lobby

Come relax with the assistance of some wags from our furry friend, Jamerson the Goldendoodle, a licensed therapy dog with the Coulee Humane Society!

Benefits of a Whole Foods Diet

3:30-5 p.m.
Student Union Lobby

Hear from Linda Vale with the La Crosse Farmers Market Association about nutrition, meal planning, and the farmers market.

Friday, February 14

Free Body Composition testing

11:30-1 p.m.
Mathy Center  |  Second Floor Conference Room

Learn what your body is made of! Weight is more than just a number, it represents muscle mass, bone density, water content, body fat percentage, organs, blood, a combination of the many elements that move you through life.

Questions? Please contact wellness@viterbo.edu or call 608-796-3123.