Remember to take your SHALA first through the BeWell program to qualify for $30 fitness classes (limit of 2 per quarter.)
Winter 2018 Schedules:
Fitness At-A-Glance Class Schedule
Healthy Living At-A-Glance Class Schedule.
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Winter Quarter Dates:
January 2- SHALA opens
January 10- Registration opens (Wednesday) at 9am
January 16- Classes start
March 16- Classes end
THIS IS WHY WE ARE PROUD!
THIS YEAR 2018 MARKS THE 35TH ANNIVERSARY OF HIP!
The Health Improvement Program, more popularly referred to as HIP, has been a part of the Stanford Prevention Research Center (SPRC), in the School of Medicine since 1983. HIP is a unique health promotion program that serves Stanford University and Hospitals’ faculty, staff, retirees, family members, as well as the greater community. It is unique because we not only offer a broad spectrum of educational and wellness programs, but also because of our strong commitment to science-based information and educational processes that reflect the best practices of behavioral science.
In the early 1980s, research was beginning to show that wellness programs offered at worksites could effectively impact the health of its employees. John W. Farquhar, MD, a cardiologist and professor of Medicine, Health Research and Policy, determined that many of the practices used by health promotion departments were based on principles developed at Stanford, and in particular, the Stanford Prevention Research Center. Dr. Farquhar then established HIP within SPRC as a cutting edge health promotion program dedicated to improve the health and well-being of the Stanford community through science and education
2018 marks our 35th anniversary, and from the conception, we were determined to become an important part of the fabric of Stanford’s Medical Center and the university. We continue to take advantage of the intellectual property of SPRC and model the science of healthy living by using translational research to promote wellness.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Given the heart's never-ending workload, it's a wonder it performs so well, for so long, for so many people. But it can also fail.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. It is also a major cause of disability. The risk of heart disease increases as you age.
Find out what you can do to keep your heart healthy.
- The American Heart Association's Diet and Lifestyle Recommendations
- Take American Heart Association Heart Health Quiz
- Preventing Heart Disease Infographic
- Heart Health information from Harvard
- Stanford's Heart Health Awareness
HIP past Webinars: (not for berry credit)
- Improving Cholesterol without Drugs (coning soon)
- Butter is Not Back! A Scientific Review of the Impact of Saturated Fats vs "Good Fats" on our Arteries
- Hypertension: Improving Control One Lifestyle Change at a Time
- Pre-Diabetes - What does it mean and how to prevent type-2 diabetes
- Women and Heart Disease
Wellness on Wheels
Let HIP bring classes to you.
The Health Improvement Program (HIP) brings Fitness and/or Healthy Living classes to your University or SHC/LPCH department via Wellness on Wheels (WoW). Many of the classes that are offered each quarter by HIP can be brought to your worksite.
To request a Healthy Living WoW class for your department, please complete the complete the Form.
To request a Fitness WoW class for your department, please complete the complete the Form.
Email us for more info.
This delicate poached salmon with a bright yogurt-dill sauce makes for an easy, light dinner that can be served chilled, room temperature, or warm. The secret to the tenderest and juiciest fish is to use a cold-start poaching method, in which the fish is added to cold poaching water and then gently heated until cooked.
Juice of 1 lemon (about 2 tablespoons; 30ml)
- 1 medium leek or onion (about 6 ounces; 170g), halved
- 1 large stalk celery (about 2 ounces; 55g), cut into large pieces
- 1/2 fennel bulb, sliced (about 4 ounces; 115g) (optional)
- A few fresh sprigs thyme and/or dill
- 1 bay leaf
- Kosher salt
- 4 (8-ounce; 225g) pieces center-cut boneless, skinless salmon fillet
The Health Improvement Program (HIP) aims to create a culture of wellness and increase employee productivity by empowering individuals to be self-managers of their health. It models the science of healthy living by using translational research to promote wellness. Our primary work involves Stanford University faculty and staff, but our programs are shared and utilized around the world.
HIP partners with Stanford Health Care & Stanford Children's Health.
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NEW: 5-minutes dynamic streching video from BeWell!
BeWell Coaches Amanda Miller and Natalie Lavorato and BeWell Screener John Acena lead a five minute dynamic stretching routine that is great for warming up for a more intense workout or taking an energizing mid-day break. Six exercises are performed for 45 seconds each: shoulder rolls, trunk rotations, butt kickers, windmills, side lunges and front lunges.