Wellness on Wheels
Fitness, Nutrition, & Wellness
Programming delivered right to your door! Schedule any of the programming below with our Coordinator of Student Fitness & Wellness, Kathryn Formica. We ask that you please request programming at least 1 week in advance.
|Let's Talk About Sex & Healthy Relationships
|Drexel Hollywood Game Night
||No Equipment Needed Workshop
||Basic Wellness Screening
||Nutrition & Stress
||Healthy Eating on Campus
||Healthy Eating on a Budget
||Restaurant Do's & Don'ts
Looking for something specific and don't see it above? Feel free to request any additional programming!
Stressed Out! - Regardless of the time of year, stress can be your worst enemy. This workshop will help students develop techniques of positive coping mechanisms and build strategies to live a healthier life. Topics include:
Let's Talk About Sex & Healthy Relationships - This sex educational programs incorporates fun & interactive games - jeopardy, bingo, & condom races - into a jam packed agenda including: education on contraception, STD's, date rape drugs, and sexual FAQ's. The hands-on games lead to increased participation and group learning of the topics of sexual education. The program wraps itself up with a group Q&A session for facilitator as well as the giveaway of condoms for the winning students & teams.
- Guided meditation
- Progressive muscle relaxation
- Deep breathing
- Aroma therapy
- Stress balls
Drexel Hollywood Game Night
No Equipment Needed - This workshop will provide you with a total body workout that you can do without leaving your house. Each participant will be able to walk away with a confident understanding in each exercise and a sample circuit.
Basic Wellness Screenings - During this workshop, students will learn about the components of a fitness assessment. Students will also have the opportunity to get their blood pressure, heart rate, and body fat % taken.
Nutrition & Stress - Feeling stressed? This workshop will help students to understand how food can positively and negatively impact their study habits and well-being.
- On a Budget - Wanting to have a well balanced diet is the first step, being able to afford it is another story. This presentation will help students understand how they can eat a well balanced diet without breaking the bank.
- On Campus - Not sure where to eat? What to eat? With so many options it can be difficult to decipher which ones are the best for you. This workshop will provide students with an understanding of which restaurants and food trucks on campus have healthy options.
Restaurant Do's & Don'ts - Overwhelmed when you go out to eat? This workshop will help you to understand how to decode a menu for healthy options. After this workshop you will feel confident in how to stick to healthy eating while enjoying a night out with friends.