Summer Quarter dates:
August 26 Classes End
Healthy Living At-A-Glance Class Schedule.
Group Fitness At-A-Glance Class Schedule
Sept 6- 16: Free Fitness Week (Sept. 5 is Labor Day)
September 13th at 9 am: Registration opens
September 26: Classes begin
December 9th: Classes end
HEALTHY LIVING CALENDAR
Get fit, get healthy, get HIP!
View HIP's upcoming Healthy Living classes in the Stanford University Event Calendar
Free Fitness classes.
September 6 - 9 and 12 - 16.
Try something new out this Fall. Take a step toward a new adventure.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
After 50, life is still a road trip.
- What are the challenges?
- What are the options?
- How do you decide which to take?
This intensive workshop, limited to 60 people, was designed by, Stanford faculty, staff, and alumni for those who are eager to look ahead, discover, and plan.
It is a powerful way to address health, housing, money, and meaning of life together with world experts who specialize in analyzing opportunities, assuring vitality, and surfing the waves of change.
Aiming Higher After 50
October 18-20, 2016
Wellness on Wheels
Let HIP bring classes to you.
The Health Improvement Program (HIP) brings Fitness and/or Healthy Living classes to your University or SHC/LPCH department via Wellness on Wheels (WoW). Many of the classes that are offered each quarter by HIP can be brought to your worksite.
To request a WoW class for your department, please complete the Wellness on Wheels web form
Email us for more info.
What does the word “well” mean to someone who has been unwell for so long?
She is an author of extraordinary success. Laura Hillenbrand’s Seabiscuit and Unbroken are literary phenomenons. Hillenbrand wrote the books while besieged by chronic fatigue syndrome, or ME/CFS, which has at times ravaged her like a tidal wave. Stricken in 1987, she has endured vertigo and exhaustion so severe that for many years she was incapacitated and housebound.
For this special issue of Stanford Medicine on well-being, Paul Costello was curious: What does the word “well” mean to someone who has been unwell for so long? Executive editor Paul Costello spoke with Hillenbrand about her illness, her newfound strengths and how she is leaving frailty behind.
The Health Improvement Program (HIP) aims to create a culture of wellness and increase employee productivity by empowering individuals to be self-managers of their health. It models the science of healthy living by using translational research to promote wellness. Our primary work involves Stanford University faculty and staff, but our programs are shared and utilized around the world.
HIP partners with Stanford Health Care & Stanford Children's Health.
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An innovative online health program to help reduce risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
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