It’s important to maintain a healthy balance between work and personal life as we spring into the fall semester.
Many Lobos might feel overwhelmed at home and in the workplace, especially after the events of the last year and a half. UNM encourages employees to maintain healthy habits, whether they’re continuing to work from home or are returning to campus.
“Integrating healthy habits into your life can make a significant difference in relieving stress and improving personal well-being, both at work and at home,” said Tracey Briggs, supervisor of UNM Employee Wellness. “We want the Lobo community to know about the many programs offered by our team of Health Education Consultants, designed to help our UNM community enjoy a happier and healthier life.”
UNM faculty and staff are eligible for a variety of programs offered by UNM Benefits & Employee Wellness. These programs take a holistic approach and focus on physical, mental, emotional and financial well-being. This includes the LoboWell listserve, where you can opt-in to receive exclusive, twice-a-month, wellness content, recipes and tips.
For more updates and information, please visit the Employee Wellness website.
Well-Being Expo 2021
UNM Benefits & Employee Wellness is partnering with UNM HSC Wellness to host a 3-day event. The Well-Being Expo will be series of webinars focused on the well-being of employees, faculty and students to improve their self-care and overall health. The Expo will educate employees on topics such as meditation, supportive listening, eating healthy on a budget and more. It will be held virtually via zoom Sept. 21 -23, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
It’s free. Register HERE.
UNM is hosting online fitness classes for employees via Zoom in the fall. These classes will be led by Lauren Lewis, an Employee Wellness Health Education Consultant and certified personal trainer. No equipment is needed for the sessions. For the complete schedule of classes, email Lauren Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employee Wellness also offers counseling to eligible faculty and staff. This includes fitness or nutrition consultations, and wellness coaching. The consultation sessions are an hour long and can be virtual or in-person at the HR Service Center or at Johnson Center.
To sign up for an appointment please go to https://hr.unm.edu/wellness/counseling-services. For any other questions regarding these counseling sessions or any of the programs offered by Benefits & Employee Wellness, reach us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.