MIND/BODY CHALLENGE LAUNCHES SEPT. 14; Kent State HR Faculty/Staff News; August 17, 2020
When life gets busy and challenging, it's important to keep both the mind and body healthy with a balance of physical and restorative activity. In addition to staying physically active, the practice of meditation can improve well-being by sharpening concentration, boosting energy, and reducing stress and anxiety.
The 28-day Mind/Body Challenge will help participants prioritize daily movement and add the practice of meditation to their self-care routines. Participants will earn points by tracking exercise and completing guided meditation sessions in the Wellable platform. At the end of the challenge, participants will receive resources to continue the practice of meditation on their own.
This challenge runs September 14 through October 11, and is open to all full- and part-time faculty and staff. Those actively engaged will be eligible for random prize drawings throughout the four weeks. For full time employees engaged in the wellness rewards program, completing the challenge is worth 20 Tier 2 points. Employees must earn 65% of available points in the challenge to qualify for wellness reward points.
Please register by September 9, at 5 p.m.