|Love Your Body Week begins Jan. 22|
Love Your Body Week is an annual campaign at UND to promote positive body image and healthy habits. Love Your Body Week also serves to raise awareness about the media's negative impact on body image. This year's campaign will be held Jan. 22–29. All Events are free. Find Love Your Body Week on Facebook. (Keywords: Love Your Body Week 2010)
Love Your Body Kickoff at Nightlife - 9 p.m. to midnight Friday, Jan. 22, Memorial Union (various areas – enter via main front entrance)
Exercise can be more than working out in a gym. Get moving by dancing the night away at Nightlife. In the mood to get your fingers moving rather than your feet? Decorate a Love Your Body Week button or mirror as a reminder to appreciate yourself the way you are. Take a break from dancing and crafting to savor some delectable chocolate fondue goodies and be sure to check out the Healthy vs. Fit display.
Meet, Eat & Learn: Yoga - What's it all about? - noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 27, International Centre
For novices, poses such as the cobra, the fish, the downward dog may sound more like zoo animals than yoga. Whether you are a beginner or more advanced, come learn about the ancient practice of yoga while enjoying a healthy and FREE lunch! Yoga instructor Heather Lotysz will speak about the benefits of yoga and demonstrate some poses.
Fabulous Chocolate Fondue - 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28, Memorial Union (1st level, near the Student Health Promotion Office)
This fondue is so good we had to have it twice. Eating healthy can involve treating yourself. Practice balance and moderation with this oh-so-yummy chocolate fondue. Enjoy scrumptious treats while watching an eye-opening slideshow on the illusion of Hollywood beauty.
Events are sponsored by ADAPT, Student Association for Nutrition & Dietetics, Student Health Promotion Office, Student Health Services, University Counseling Center, Wellness Center and Women's Center. For more information, contact 777-4300.
-- Patty McIntyre, Program Associate, Women's Center, firstname.lastname@example.org, 777-4300