WELL-BEING INITIATIVE

The Shippensburg University Well-Being Initiative promises to be exciting, interesting, fun, educational and potentially life-changing. All faculty, staff and students are invited and encouraged to participate and learn about more ways to improve their Well-Being.

THESE PRINCIPLES GUIDE THE INITIATIVE

  • By accepting personal responsibility for wellness, each individual establishes the foundation and potential for greater health, quality of life and overall well-being.
  • Each individual is capable of improving some aspects of his or her well-being regardless of current health conditions.
  • Well-Being is fostered by exploring and learning about the many aspects of wellness and putting the learning into practice with intention, dedication and commitment.
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    Initiative program information currently available. Schedules will be emailed

    • Massage and Cranial Sacral Therapy
    • Mindfulness Series
    • Very Busy People (VBP) Healthy Cooking Series
      Registrations that require pre-payment must be submitted via hard copy with accompanying payment to Maryrose Wilson, Human Resources, Old Main 109.Registrations that do not require pre-payment may be submitted via:
    • Email to mwilson@ship.edu
    • Fax to extension 4037 or from off campus to 717-477-4037
    • Hard copy to Human Resources, Old Main 109

      Wellness Task Force

      The mission of the Shippensburg University Wellness Task Force is to foster a worksite culture and climate that promotes physical, intellectual, social, emotional, and occupational wellness for the university community.

      Wellness Task Force Mission and Goals Statement

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