In the Office of Wellness and Integrative Health, inclusion of diverse frameworks and experiences actively leads us toward redefining health and wellbeing throughout the field of healthcare. We recognize the systemic disparities that exist in healthcare for historically underserved communities and we aim to reduce racism, classism, heterosexism, ableism and other forms of systemic bias through our programming.
Within our department, we are making efforts to reach, listen to, and support people of all backgrounds. The Wellness Bus’s goal is to provide accessible, high-quality healthcare services to communities that have been systematically overlooked. We warmly welcome anyone and everyone. And our Resiliency Center provides supportive resources specifically for BIPOC individuals facing racism, while also promoting the practice of allyship within our programs and institution.
We look forward to a bright future and recognize that our anti-racist work is just beginning. Our goal is to weave equity, diversity and inclusion throughout our work, amplify the voices of BIPOC experts, employees and community members, and expand our relationships to include more diverse leaders and audiences.
We know that our community is not well until everyone within our community is well. We know that Black Lives Matter and, therefore, Black Wellness Matters. Our goal is to affect the wellness in the community for the better and a community includes us all!
Anti-Racist Education Resources, BIPOC Support, and Involvement Opportunities
BIPOC Employee Support
Anti-Racism Resources for University Employees
Get involved in anti-racism in Utah
Providing Fitness and Wellness Services for University and Community
PEAK Health and Fitness is a partnership between the College of Health and the Office of Wellness and Integrative Health at the University of Utah. PEAK offers a variety of workshops and seminars, health assessment and fitness testing, nutrition services, continuing education opportunities, and our popular employee fitness classes!
Spring 2023 Semester Fitness Classes – *In-person or virtual!
Spring semester classes run on January 11 - April 25 (No classes January 16, February 20 or March 5 - 12 )
There are many ways you can participate in our fitness classes this Spring!
- Single *In-Person Class
- Single Zoom Class
- All-Access Pass
- Fitness On-Demand Pass
- Total Zoom Pass
- In-person class PLUS Virtual options
Visit our class schedule to see what options are available.
PEAK's core responsibility is to provide practical training and education for undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Health. These types of opportunities foster the development of knowledge, skills, and abilities for the students and provide professional-level health, fitness and wellness services to the University and Community members.