Our well-being programs include health screening, coaching and information including nutrition, diabetes prevention, tobacco cessation, mental health, and mindfulness.
In addition, each Georgia State campus – Atlanta, Alpharetta, Clarkston, Decatur, Dunwoody, and Newton – has a Panther Trail, i.e., a designated route to encourage walking and activity throughout the workday and during non-work hours.
Healthy Lifestyles is Georgia State’s eMagazine for upcoming health and wellness events, healthy recipes, videos on meditation, yoga and stretching, and much more.
Want to learn more or make changes that will affect your health? EDWS offers individual health coaching services, including nutrition coaching, stress management consultations and health screenings to help you along your journey.
This is a special program coordinated with collaborative campus partners offering monthly health consultations and screenings including blood pressure, body fat percentage and body mass index.
Do you have pre-diabetes or risk factors for diabetes? Call 404-413-3342 to learn more about the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP), a lifestyle change program that can reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
EDWS offers a Tobacco Cessation Program for smokers who want to quit and live a healthier life. The program developed by the American Cancer Society is called “FreshStart”, and it's based on a four-session model to help guide participants along their journey to quitting. To learn more, call 404-413-3342.
Panther Trails is a walkable campus initiative at Georgia State University sponsored by the University System of Georgia to encourage faculty, staff, students, retirees, and the surrounding community to live healthier and active lifestyles.
There are official walking routes located on all campuses – Atlanta, Alpharetta, Clarkston, Decatur, Dunwoody and Newton.
Atlanta Campus Walking Trails Downloads
Perimeter College Walking Trails Downloads
EDWS is proud to sponsor Chair Yoga and Guided Meditation classes that focus on mindfulness, relaxation and stress management. Meditating on your own requires some effort, while guided meditation helps talk you through the entire session one step at a time.
To see all upcoming Mindfulness events, check out the Wellness Calendar.
To view recordings of our Mindfulness programs, check out our Youtube Playlist.
For more information contact EDWS by phone 404-413-3342.
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