Spring 2020 Lunch-N-Learns

    A Lunch-N-Learn is where a presenter presents information about at least one of the eight dimensions of wellness. Faculty and staff may bring a brown bag lunch.  

    No registration required.

    To earn up to one HealthQuest point for attending a Lunch-N-Learn, sign-in when you arrive (must provide email).



    February – National Sweet Potato Month Celebration! (PDF)

    • Wednesday, February 5, 2020 from 12:10-12:50 pm at Stouffer Place Apartments in the community kitchen. Enter Stouffer on the southeast corner of the building facing 19th street.
    • Celebrate National Sweet Potato Month with a sweet potato taco cooking demo and sampling! We will also discuss a few tips and tricks on how to make meal prepping easier and a little more enjoyable.
    • Led by Jade Gibson, Registered Dietitian for KU Dining

    March – Alexander Technique (PDF)

    • Wednesday, March 4, 2020 from 12:10-12:50 pm at the Kansas Union in The Jay
    • Alexander Technique is an educational method that helps you move in a way that is more coordinated and balanced. We will explore the basic principles of this technique by playing games and looking at our movement habits and patterns. Please bring a yoga mat with you and wear something comfortable to this session. 
    • Link to flyers
    • Led by Karen Benda


    • None.


    • Cancelled.



    Membership to Ambler Student Recreation Fitness Center is not required to attend. 


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