January 17, 2013

Vanderbilt Weight Workshop to hold orientation, Tues, Jan. 22

The Vanderbilt Dayani Center for Health and Wellness, in conjunction with Vanderbilt’s Health Plus Faculty and Staff Wellness Program, offers a holistic approach to promoting healthy nutrition, motivation, physical activity, empowerment and well-being.

Discounts and partial reimbursements offered to Vanderbilt employees reflect a savings of almost 50 percent off the full price of the workshop and payroll deduction over 12 months is available to Vanderbilt employees.

The next workshop will be a Tuesday noon program scheduled to start in January. Free orientation sessions will be held at the Dayani Center at noon on Tuesday, Jan. 22 from noon to 1 p.m.

The program includes:

• Free orientation sessions with no obligation to enroll
• Weekly interactive class sessions
• Individualized workout program with a personal trainer
• Five-month use of the Dayani Center’s exercise facility, walking track and indoor pool
• Access to group exercise classes, such as yoga, tai chi, Zumba, body sculpt, dance, Pilates, group cycling and water aerobics

Colin Armstrong, Ph.D. – Health Psychologist and Certified Health and Wellness Coach
Angel Bachuss, M.S. – Exercise Physiologist and Personal Trainer
Jennifer Moore, R.D., L.D.N., M.P.H. – Registered Dietitian

Program Fee: $545 for Vanderbilt employees and adult members of their immediate family; $695 for others.

In addition to the $150 discount, full-time Vanderbilt employees who complete the program may qualify for reimbursement of up to $142.50 of their fee, courtesy of Health Plus.

Payroll deduction over up to 12 months (approximately $45 per month) is available to Vanderbilt employees.

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