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Active @ Work

The Be Well at Work Wellness Program encourages Berkeley faculty and staff to be part of the Active @ Work culture by taking small steps to a healthier way of life. Use the links below to find programs and resources to help you fit fitness into your workday.

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Current Calendar

Get started today. See our Current Calendar of workshops and healthy lifestyle programs offered for Faculty and Staff.  

Berkeley Walks

Walking is an effective way to boost your activity level. Wellness for Faculty/Staff offers several programs and tools to help you incorporate walking into your lifestyle. Learn more about Berkeley Walks.

Campus Walking Events

UC Walks: Cal Walks at Work Day

Each year during Staff Appreciation Week, UC Berkeley faculty and staff celebrate the system-wide UC Walks event to raise awareness for committing to walk a minimum of 30 minutes a day as part of National Employee Health and Fitness Month. In 2016, UC Berkeley had over 650 staff and faculty walk independently or with their campus colleagues from four campus locations for a total of nearly 20,000 minutes or 1,300 miles.

Learn more and register for UC Walks: Cal Walks at Work Day.

Annual Cal for the Cure Cancer Awareness Walk

The Cal for the Cure Cancer Awareness walk is held in honor and support of colleagues, loved ones, friends and others who have been touched by cancer. This walk is led by Be Well at Work-Wellness Program walking group leaders.

Learn more about Cal for the Cure.

Activity Breaks

Taking activity breaks during your day is an excellent way to re-energize, fit some fitness into your day, and relieve stiffness. Wellness for Faculty/Staff provides several types of activity breaks designed to get you moving at your desk, during a meeting or outdoors. Learn more about these standing, stretch, relaxation, walking and movement breaks.

Physical Activity Resources

Explore ways to be be more physically active at home and work with these recommended Physical Activity Resources to help you get started on a new program or enhance your current exercise routine.