This 3.5 hour CPR and AED course prepares the layperson to respond to choking, breathing and cardiac emergencies—and how to use an automated external deﬁbrillator (AED) in conjunction with CPR. This National Safety Council course meets the current CPR and ECC Guidelines using a combination of instructor, video-self-instruction and hands-on training.
Course content • Taking action in an emergency • Assessing the victim • Provide basic life support, including airway management, breathing and circulation • Using an AED >>>Register
“Run, Forest, Run” or “Walk Forest”
Join Andrea Ellis this spring semester starting Monday, April 7 - Monday, May 19 at 5:10 P.M., at the flagpole outside Reynolda Hall. Faculty and Staff members of all fitness levels/paces are welcome to participate. Dedicated participates (individuals that attend 7 of the walks/runs) will be rewarded at the end of the semester with prizes. Release work day stress with a walk or jog around our beautiful campus! Please email email@example.com – to be added to the roster.
This group fitness class, offered solely for faculty and staff, is ongoing throughout the fall semester every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 12:05-12:50 PM and meets at the Miller Center, 4th Floor Large Group Training Room! Yoga focuses on the combination of mind, body and spirit. Fluid motions and isometric asanas (poses) will guide your body through various levels of relaxation and strength. Participants must purchase a group fitness pass for the semester ($40/semester or $110 for the year of unlimited classes) at the Miller Fitness Center front desk prior to attendance. For more information, contact Kristy Brown, firstname.lastname@example.org, ext.4821.
This is an informal group for needle crafters (knitting, needlepoint, quilting, crocheting, etc.) to take a break from the work day and enjoy the a bit of relaxation and some good company. The group meets every Wednesday from September 11 through October 2 from 12:00- 1:00 PM in Reynolda Hall, Greene Room. In addition to their needlework, some people choose to bring their lunch with them, too. For more information, contact Mary Dalton, email@example.com, x6120 or or Brenda Knox, firstname.lastname@example.org, x4810
An open, unguided opportunity for individuals to meditate and/or stretch in a relaxing environment. Open meditations are free and open to all participants. Interested individuals are encouraged to attend Mondays and Thursdays 11am-12pm in the Miller Center 4th Floor, Large Group Exercise Room. For more information, contact Kristy Brown, Assistant Coordinator of Fitness, email@example.com, 336-758-4821.
Human Resources: Wellness and Worklife
Wake Forest is committed to assisting faculty and staff members with their wellness goals. There are several programs offered to benefit eligible faculty and staff members to help save time, reduce stress, and stay healthy. For more information on the offered programs: >>>