University isn’t only about study, there’s so much more on offer! The Office of Social Innovation and International Student Health Promotion presents Eat – Chill – Sweat, a virtual health and wellbeing program for Term 1.
CQUni invites all students to take advantage of the FREE health and wellbeing program. Now it’s easy to cook well, eat well and breath well, all without leaving your home!
Keep reading to find out more…
Classes run weekly from 6 April to 5 June. Classes are limited to 30 people per session so make sure you sign up to secure your place!
Each week CQUni offers you Mindful Monday, Workout Wednesday, and Flavour Friday.
A guided meditation and mindfulness class to get you ready for the week. Learn calming techniques you can use, when you need them. Hosted every Monday, 9.30 am – 10.30 am AEST.
Mindful Monday will be facilitated by Deborah Dalziel.
Deborah is a qualified meditation and yin-yoga facilitator with over 8 years’ experience in the wellness industry. Deborah is a creative and mindful thinker, who has a passion for creating connections and nurturing people to find their internal wisdom. Deborah works with three core elements in her classes: going within, developing self-awareness and bringing the mind with us.
A 45 minute home workout (cardio and strength) followed by stretching and a Q&A where you can ask the trainer for tips and tricks on working out from home. Get an exercise routine that works for you!
Workout Wednesday only requires a small space and no equipment to get fit. Hosted every Wednesday 12.30 pm to 1.30 pm AEST.
Workout Wednesday is facilitated by Holly Sinclair.
Holly has been in the health and fitness industry nearing 14 years. She holds multiple certifications in movement, nutrition and wellbeing as well as a Social Work degree and is currently in her final year of a Bachelor of Psychological Science. Her passion to help people was born from personal experience, and she believes that education is power. Hollys ultimate desire is to empower as many people as possible to live their healthiest and most rewarding life.
Cook step-by-step with a qualified instructor to make delicious, low cost meals. The perfect way to get creative and add a new dish to your repertoire.
Flavour Friday requires basic kitchen utensils, oven, stove and listed ingredients. Hosted every Friday 5 pm to 6 pm.
Flavour Friday is facilitated by Raphael-Exton Perry.
Raphael is a qualified chef and has been worked in the industry for over 17 years. For the past 6 years he has been the head chef at two of Melbourne’s upcoming eateries, Little Andorra and Spensleys. Cooking means everything to Raphael because he knows how beneficial it can be, not just for learning new things & eating well, but also for mental health. Raphael likes nothing more than to gift culinary wisdom & encourage responsible consumption in the local community and wider world.
- All classes are beginner friendly, no experience necessary
- Classes are open to all CQUniversity students
- Please mute your microphone when entering class and turn it on when requested by facilitator
- Classes will close 5 minutes after commencing so please be on time.
Eat – Chill – Sweat. Sign up now!
Wishing you all the best,
Office of Social Innovation and International Student Health Promotion