For information, call 643-4646.
Computer Health Matters
Tuesday, Jan. 18, 3:10-4:30 pm.
Learn how to design a user-friendly workstation and
exercises to relieve computer-related aches and pains. This
workshop, taught by UHS health educator Barbara Pottgen,
meets the Cal OSHA ergonomics training requirement for
computer users. Call 643-4646 to enroll.
Mind-Body Movement: Alexander Technique
Jan. 21, 12:10-1 p.m.
This class offers techniques to help participants
increase energy, improve posture and flexibility, or reduce
stress and chronic pain. Call 643-4646 to enroll.
For information, call 643-7754.
Laughing at Stress
Jan. 24, 12:10-1 p.m., Section Club, Tang Center
Free brownbag presentation, centered around a fun, brief
video. Participants learn how humor can relieve everyday
stresses and how to develop a more constructive perspective
on potentially stressful situations. Bring a lunch and your
sense of humor. No enrollment required.
Midlife Transitions: How the Stream Crossed the
Jan. 25, noon-1:30 p.m., Section Club, Tang
This video presentation addresses issues impacting
midlife adults on the job and at home. No enrollment
Preparing for Caregiving
Jan. 28, 12:10-1:30 p.m.
An overview of the inherent challenges and potential
problems and solutions of taking care of an aging parent or
other adult loved one. Call 643-7754 to enroll.
For information on health-related workshops and events
for faculty and staff, see (www.uhs.berkeley.edu/facstaff).
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