Health & Wellness Archives | RMUoHP

Become A Better You While Still Staying True To You

In many cases, change is not easy. Change is stressful, challenging, and time-consuming; but, in the end, it’s worth it. But as you consider the things you want to change, remember not to sacrifice your personality and morals--don’t change you! Good Stress Versus Bad Stress Some fitness and wellness professionals will say that stress is [...]

2020-02-06T12:46:28-07:00February 6th, 2020|Health & Wellness, PhD Health Promotion & Wellness|

RMUoHP Launches Employee Wellness Initiatives

Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions (RMUoHP) is working to improve overall health and wellness across the state and nation through its healthcare degree programs and the University doubled-down on its commitment by launching the employee Wellness Initiatives 2020.  The four initiatives for 2020 are: Eat Your Rainbow and Whole Foods Challenge, an initiative focused [...]

RMUoHP to the Rescue with Health & Wellness Coaching Programs

Guest blog by Jeff Lynn, PhD, NBC-HWC.  Dr. Lynn is a Fellow of the Institute of Coaching and the architect of the Health and Wellness Coaching Certificate Program as well as the Director of the Health Promotion and Wellness Track of the Doctor of Philosophy in Health Sciences. Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions [...]

The 8 Dimensions of Wellness

Guest blog by Dr. Li Ping Su-Kubricht, RMUoHP Student Affairs Counselor Being engaged in work and graduate education which develop professional and personal skills is rewarding, but certainly not easy. Balancing these responsibilities requires seemingly endless time and energy. And, academic and professional workloads may conflict with other personal roles, including family and community [...]

2019-05-30T13:40:01-07:00May 30th, 2019|Health & Wellness, Miscellaneous|

Wellness Wire: Putting the “Spring” Back in Your Step – Exercises that Decrease Knee Pain

With spring right around the corner, it is time to start thinking about getting out and being more active - whether it is gardening or simply going for walks in the warming weather! While it’s great to resume activity, it can be especially difficult for those dealing with knee pain. Knee pain and, more [...]

2019-11-05T13:49:11-07:00February 25th, 2019|Doctor of Physical Therapy, Health & Wellness, Wellness Wire|

Wellness Wire: Don’t Simply Survive 2019 – THRIVE

Guest Post by Dr. Trevor Smith, Executive Director of the Intermountain Healthcare Office of Health Promotion & Wellness (RMUoHP Health Promotion & Wellness PhD Alumnus) Forget crash diets, trendy fitness solutions that promise magical outcomes, and overall unrealistic expectations often associated with many new year’s resolutions. Rather than looking to completely [...]