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  • Nutrition Minute | Wellness Center | Vanderbilt University
    Club Teams Wellness Bash Commodore Trot 5k Sponsors VRWC Home Home Nutrition Minute Nutrition Minute Nutrition Minute held once a week at the VRWC will offer quick tips on ways to maintain healthy eating habits Feel free to stop in for a minute or stay the whole time Nutrition Minute is held in the lobby of the VRWC Thursday February 4 11 30 AM 12 30 PM Tomato Soup Takes a Twist The rich tomato flavor of this soup in addition to spinach and pasta take it to a new level for great taste Tuesday February 9 11 00 AM 12 00 PM Super Seedy Granola Bars These grab and go bars are packed with fiber protein and healthy fats Cover them with plastic wrap to store in the fridge or freezer for a quick portable snack Tuesday February 16 12 00 1 00 PM Chia Pudding Boosts Omega 3s February is National Heart Month love your heart with this pudding packed with omega 3s Wednesday February 24 3 30 4 30 PM Tuna Crispettes Highlight Healthy Fats Tuna is tossed with olive oil fresh thyme garlic and olives placed atop toasted whole wheat baguette and then garnished with feta

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/recreationandwellnesscenter/wellness/nutrition-minute/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Vandy Cooks! | Wellness Center | Vanderbilt University
    expert guests for healthy cooking demonstrations along with tasty samples and recipes Presented by the Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center and Health Plus Thursday March 24 5 30 6 30 PM Vandy Cooks with Chef of McGugin Brian Hancock Join Brian Hancock Chef of McGugin as he presents Thinking Beyond Meat cooking with meat alternative protein sources The Vandy Cooks demonstrations are offered monthly in the Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/recreationandwellnesscenter/wellness/vandy-cooks/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Personalized Nutrition Coaching | Wellness Center | Vanderbilt University
    nutrition coaching The personalized nutrition coaching program provides Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center VRWC faculty staff student and community members the opportunity to meet one on one with a nutrition expert Sessions include an initial assessment diet analysis using professional software individualized nutrition education and goal setting Cost First hour session 90 Follow up sessions limit two 30 minute sessions 45 each session Who conducts the counseling sessions Marilyn Holmes a registered dietitian at VRWC facilitates counseling sessions along with Vanderbilt dietetic interns who have been trained in nutrition coaching Topics available for discussion Weight loss Weight gain Sports nutrition Maintaining energy Meal planning Dining out Healthy eating on campus Vegetarian vegan diet Eat smart Healthy cooking What to expect Nutrition coaching participants can expect to meet with a coach for a minimum of two sessions and a maximum of three sessions per topic The initial appointment is one hour and following appointments are 30 minutes The nutrition coach will help you complete a personalized road map to healthy living by empowering you to make lifestyle changes that interest YOU To schedule an appointment Complete the client assessment and email a copy to Marilyn Holmes Your nutrition coach will set

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/recreationandwellnesscenter/wellness/services/personalized-nutrition-coaching/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Sports Nutrition for Club Teams | Wellness Center | Vanderbilt University
    for Club Teams Wondering what to eat before a day long competition Do you want to know how to recover faster after a tough workout Schedule a presentation for your Club Sports Team with a Registered Dietitian to learn about fueling cutting edge athletic performance through nutrition The Recreation and Wellness Center provides team presentations based on your club s needs interests and schedule We can tailor messages to what

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/recreationandwellnesscenter/wellness/services/sports-nutrition-for-club-teams/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Massage Therapy | Wellness Center | Vanderbilt University
    tension increases circulation and reduces pain Cranial Sacral A gentle form of bodywork that focuses on the soft tissue surrounding the bones of head spinal column and sacrum This modality helps to release compression and holding patterns to alleviate stress and pain Deep Tissue Massage Deep work brings about realignment of postural distortions and restores proper range of motion by freeing congested muscle attachments Muscle function and awareness are balanced and elasticity is revived with trigger point therapy if necessary Thai Massage 60 90 120 min only Performed on a floor mat Thai combines acupressure yoga stretches and deep compression to create a holistic massage Client remains clothed Lymphatic Drainage Massage 60 90 120 min only A type of gentle massage intended to encourage the natural drainage of lymph fluid This type of massage is used for people who retain fluid due to surgery injury or poor circulation Muscle Activation 60 90 120 min only A technique that activates the inhibited muscle to restore full firing function of the muscle Consultation is required before scheduling for this technique Pricing Take advantage of our introductory sale pricing until March 31st 30 minute 35 regularly 45 60 minute 55 regularly 75 90 minute 75 regularly 105 120 minute 95 regularly 115 PAYMENTS Clients can pay for services a variety of ways including cash check Commodore card and credit card Online To pay for your massage online simply follow this link PAY ONLINE Over the phone To pay over the phone using a credit card please call the main phone number 615 343 7818 We can also process gift certificates requests over the phone In Person Cash check Commodore card and major credit cards are accepted at the VRWC front desk and main office We value the safety and privacy of your information

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/recreationandwellnesscenter/wellness/massage-therapy/ (2016-02-16)
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  • WELLO! | Wellness Center | Vanderbilt University
    through mindful meditation Many of us believe we don t have the time for meditation that we cannot sit still or that it just simply sounds boring with no real benefits However there are numerous potential benefits from meditation including lower stress levels being able to connect better with those around you improved mental clarity and focus reduced brain chatter and being able to understand events in your daily life better Now you may be asking the question Well what is mindful meditation Mindfulness and mindful meditation is most easily described as focusing on the now and focusing on completely living in the moment The past and the future become non existent as you focus completely on the present and what is happening in your current consciousness Mindful meditation is not about altering who we are but rather about being aware of what is true in the moment and being unconditionally present no matter what is happening around us Being unconditionally present can help you dive into yourself as you already are and help you accept who you are instead of worrying about how you came to be or what may present itself in the future As we practice this meditation we become more accepting of ourselves and those around us We understand what may need to change because we are living in the present instead of trying to live in the future or the past This can help you reach a more balanced life and create a better sense of spiritual well being If you are just starting to practice meditation here are a few tips to get you started Find an area with little clutter and free of distractions where you can sit down It helps to set an amount of time you are going to practice start off in small increments 5 10 minutes if you are just beginning and slowly increase the amount of time Remember any meditation is better than none at all You can sit in a chair on the floor on a pillow or even a park bench as long as it is a solid stable seat Make sure to keep a good posture look at the picture below for a more detailed guide of having good posture Next start to focus on your breath some even say to follow your breath as it goes in and out Your mind will eventually wander to other things and places but when you get too far out simply acknowledge it and return to your breath It may happen often but understand it is a part of the process and do not get frustrated Distractions happen try to simply recognize what is happening without taking your mind off the task at hand of focusing on your breath Keep returning to your breath there is no perfect meditation especially the first time but keep practicing and results will begin to show If you ever have trouble with meditation there are numerous guided meditations to get you started

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/recreationandwellnesscenter/wellness/wello/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Dance Class | Wellness Center | Vanderbilt University
    the basics of ballroom including fox trot waltz cha cha and tango Swing Sundays 5 6pm In this fun and energetic class students will learn the basics of a variety swing dance styles Hip Hop Sundays 6 7pm Combines lyrical jazz artistic dance with street video commercial style Focus is placed mostly on style and loosely on technique January 17 March 3 2016 50 dance style 10 drop in fee class space permitting What to bring All shoe soles must have leather or other non marking soles or you may participate in socks bare feet Registration deadline January 14th Meet the Instructors Yuliya Fowler Ballroom Salsa Yuliya trained at the School of Choreography in Ukraine where she studied ballet jazz ballroom and folk dances She has danced choreographed and performed all her life for different community and social events She studied business and finance in the Ukraine but has always been involved in the art of DANCE After moving to the US Yuliya completely dedicated herself to the world of beauty of movements and began teaching at Brentwood Family YMCA Vanderbilt and other private public and international schools and facilities She is AFAA certified and holds other specialty fitness certifications in Zumba and more She has a deep passion for dance and desires to share this love with everyone Chris Tyler Hip Hop Being an Artist Entertainer was a destiny that dancer choreographer Christopher Tyler could not avoid He was introduced to the stage at an early age by his mother who performed as a back up singer and dancer Chris discovered his love for performing as a child and his talent was undeniable Chris has diversified his talents throughout the years becoming an accomplished teacher choreographer and agent And has just recorded a hip hop instructional cd on cd

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/recreationandwellnesscenter/wellness/dance-class/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Group Fitness Schedule | Fitness | Vanderbilt University
    modifications Please reference individual class descriptions for specific information Feel free to email Lori Cowan at lori l cowan Vanderbilt edu with questions or comments For a pdf of the current group fitness schedule effective 1 9 16 to 5 13 16 click here For an up to date listing please refer to calendar above Printable schedules do not take into account holiday and break changes Please refer to the

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/recreationandwellnesscenter/fitness/group-fitness/group-fitness-schedule/ (2016-02-16)
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