Free subscriptions to wellness apps available for 2023
Last week, we introduced three apps designed to support your wellness and personal goals that are available to faculty and staff in 2023: Noom, Calm and SPOTLYFE.
A confirmation email will go out next week to faculty and staff who have signed up for a subscription — there is no need to sign up again if you have already completed our sign-up form. A limited number of free subscriptions still remain available for interested participants and will be offered on a first-come first-served basis.
Find support for shedding pounds with Noom
A psychology-based program that empowers you to take care of your health, Noom has helped millions of people lose weight and meet their personal goals — from weight management to diabetes prevention to stress reduction. The app features daily article, food and exercise logging, one-on-one goal support and peer groups for added support. To learn more, check out this video.
Get help managing stress with Calm
Calm is a mindfulness app that features pre-recorded audio content designed to help manage stress, anxiety and insomnia. Features include meditation instruction, sleep aides, music for relaxation, video lessons on mindful movement and gentle stretching, audio programs taught by world-renowned mindfulness experts, and nature scenes and sounds. Each subscription will also cover up to five dependents. To learn more, check out this video.
Choose between Noom or Calm to select the app that best meets your needs and wellness goals. One-year subscriptions are available for the first 2,500 faculty and staff who sign up for Noom and the first 5,000 faculty and staff who sign up for Calm.
Discover how micro-changes can make a difference with SPOTLYFE
SPOTLYFE is an app that helps users reflect on their quality of life in a few key areas — including work, life and self — and take small actions to improve in the areas that matter most to them. SPOTLYFE helps users pause, assess and make micro-changes that can lead to big improvements in various aspects of life over time.
One-year subscriptions to SPOTLYFE are available to the first 1,500 faculty and staff who sign up.