Category: Wellness

Keep current to stay current

The University of Florida is actively monitoring Hurricane Ian. Keep abreast of on-campus emergency updates with UF Alert and monitor the Severe Weather Updates website for any operational updates. You can also familiarize yourself with other university emergency resources here.


Enjoy an evening of dance and wellness with UF HealthStreet

Don’t miss UF HealthStreet’s 5th Annual Night of Dance event, which kicks off Oct. 1 at 4 p.m.


Get stepping with the NFL StadiumTour challenge

Kick off football season with GatorCare’s four-week, competitive NFL Stadium Tour Walking Challenge, running Oct. 3–30.


Bring the family together for a fun and active weekend

National Family Health and Fitness Day is this Saturday. Whether you’re riding your bike around the neighborhood or visiting your local park, this is a great time for families to come together to participate in some form of physical activity.


New wellness series explores children’s nutritional needs

From a healthy breakfast to a fulfilling dinner, GatorCare’s Nutrition for Kids series will show you how to create healthy meals for you and your family.


Inaugural 5K event to help chomp cancer

The inaugural Cancer Chomp will include a 5K, food trucks, the UF Gator mascots and more, with all proceeds going to support UF Health patients and their families.


Register for Art & Mindfulness at the Harn

Offered by the Harn Museum of Art and UF Mindfulness, the Art & Mindfulness program is a series of guided meditations held at and inspired by the art in the Harn collections.


360° Mindfulness series returns next week

360° Mindfulness group sessions will return for the Fall 2022 semester beginning Sept. 12.


UF partnerships yield new interactive outdoor experiences for kids

Known for its natural beauty and the abundance of state parks, preserves and more, Gainesville is now home to Track Trails.


Faculty and staff yoga classes start Sept. 6

Beginning next week, free in-person yoga classes will return to Ustler Hall’s Atrium on the second floor, and the following week, classes in Smathers Library Room 100 will resume.


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