Wellness Challenge

Week 4: Spiritual Wellness

Welcome to week four!

Week four is focused on Spiritual Wellness - the spiritual dimension of wellness is a personal matter involving values and beliefs that provide a purpose in our lives. It includes pondering the meaning of life for ourselves, keeping an open mind, and living each day in a way that is consistent with your values and beliefs.


Wondering if you are engaged in the process of spiritual wellness? Just ask yourself these questions:

  • Do you make time for relaxation in your day?
  • Do you make time for meditation and/or prayer?
  • Do your values guide your decisions and actions?
  • Are you accepting of the views of others?

#SUWELLNESSCHALLENGE UPDATES

Need a little motivation??

You and your team have been working hard - keep it up and you could win 4 passes to the EMP Museum for a team celebration!

WANT TO PLAN AHEAD FOR MORE EVENTS?

Click here to see the rest of the Wellness Challenge events!

-- WEEK FOUR (FEB. 1-7) EVENTS --

Interfaith Prayer for Peace

Thursday, February 4th, 2016

12:30pm

Chapel of St. Ignatius

Join us as we gather to celebrate the unity and peace that is to be found amongst the diversity of many nationalities and religions.

Integral Ecology: Pope Francis and Planetary Thinking

Thursday, February 4th, 2016

7:00pm

Pigott Auditorium

How does Catholic social thought draw connections between ecological destruction and social injustice? What does Laudato Si' say about the realities and dynamics of ecological sin, and what does this mean for human relationships with the Earth and with each other in the twenty-first century?

Visit Sacred Spaces

Week 4 - Anytime

Seattle U's campus is filled with sacred spaces, locations that prompt contemplation, and places for reflection. This week take some time to visit two locations on the list that you've not visited before (or visit most rarely). List of Sacred Spaces at Seattle U

FEED YOUR BRAIN

This week, you can feed your brain by learning more about Seattle University Dance Marathon and Seattle Children's Hospital. Read on, click on the links, and if you feel so moved, you can donate too!


It is Seattle University Dance Marathon's (SUDM) ninth year, and on February 20th we will dance for 16 hours in solidarity with the patients at Seattle Children's who continually fight for their health and their lives, every day. All of our proceeds benefit Seattle Children's Hospital Uncompensated Care fund, and the Strong Against Cancer Fundraising initiative. Seattle Children's Hospital is on the brink of curing pediatric cancer with their immunotherapy trials, and together we can make an impact on the patients’ health, and futures. Together we can find a cure! But, we need YOUR help.


On February 3rd SUDM is committing to raise $9k in one day! We are asking all of our dancers to raise $29 that day. Any support is welcome. Wellness Challenge participants, you can help us help Seattle Children's find the cure in the following ways:

1. Sign up for Dance Marathon and dance with us

2. Donate to our fundraising efforts

Both at: seattleudancemarathon.org

For the kids!

The Top 10

My how the tables have turned...


  1. Karen Smaalders (JesuFit)
  2. Kaelen Frashure (JesuFit)
  3. Holly Sturgeon (Library Lions)
  4. Rachel Betron (Hello from the EXERCIIIIIISE)
  5. Ceradwen Bacon (Hot-Mess-Well-Ness)
  6. Jose Vazquez (Set Fire To The Glutes)
  7. Dorsey Addicks (Fab 4)
  8. Ilona Legesse (Albers Excels)
  9. Rosie Sabaric (#awesome)
  10. Ben Kohler (Fit Pros)