Find Your Fit

Find Your Fit Classes

Campus Recreation's free Find Your Fit classes are open to all current students, faculty and staff. Students can email Campus Recreation to register for any class. Faculty and staff must register through the University Center for Training and Development calendar

Spring 2019

Prioritizing your time can be difficult, but finding balance in your hectic schedule is imperative to physical, emotional and mental health. Join Campus Recreation in these upcoming Find Your Fit classes focused on finding balance and alleviating stress in your daily life.


Balancing Your Body for Better Overall Health

  • 5:15 – 6 p.m.
  • Tuesday, Jan. 29
  • East Gym Pool
  • Register through UCTD (faculty/staff) or email (students)

Join us for this 45-minute class as we explore guided meditation while floating peacefully on the AquaBase® fitness boards. Mixed with fun floating balances and gentle yoga stretches, this class is appropriate for all fitness levels. Participants must know how to swim. Please dress to get wet! Form-fitting yoga attire or bathing suits required.


Balancing Your Diet for Heart Health

  • Noon
  • Wednesday, Feb. 27
  • East Gym Room 18
  • Register through UCTD (faculty/staff) or email (students)

Mindful eating and purposeful physical activity are essential components for heart-healthy outcomes. This program will educate you on diet and lifestyle factors aimed at managing or preventing heart disease. Join Julie Lee, campus dietitian, and Jenna Moore, assistant director of fitness, for a Heart Month program that will give you easy takeaways to implement right away.


Balancing Your Workday for Increased Energy

  • Noon
  • Wednesday, April 3
  • Meet outside Admissions
  • Register through UCTD (faculty/staff) or email (students)

Do you get that afternoon slump during the workday? Taking a brisk walk at lunchtime may help with your energy, mood and focus. Try it in honor of National Walking Day! Meet at noon in front of the Admissions Center as we lace up our sneakers and hit the sidewalk for a 1.3-mile walk around the brain at your own pace. In collaboration with B-Healthy and the Steps to B-Healthy Walking Program, staff from Campus Recreation will provide information and resources on ways to incorporate cardiovascular fitness into your weekly routine. We will have a table with giveaways and raffles, so grab a colleague and join us!


Balancing Your Mind for Stress Relief

  • 4:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday, May 8
  • Meet outside the East Gym
  • Register through UCTD (faculty/staff) or email (students)

Spring is the perfect time to step outside, take a deep breath and reconnect with nature. Incorporating meditative therapy into your day can help reduce your stress and improve your sleep. In addition, research shows that spending time in nature can increase your attention span and get those creative juices flowing. Guided meditation exercises mixed with fresh air, pleasant scenery and the sounds and smells of nature all have a positive impact on combating the symptoms of stress and anxiety.

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Fitness and Wellness

FitSpace Semester Hours
Monday – Friday
5:45 a.m. – 11:30 p.m.

9 a.m. – 8 p.m.

9 a.m. – 10 p.m.

FitSpace Summer Hours*
Monday – Friday
5:45 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

*Hours subject to change