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Recorded Programs and Webinars

Did you miss a virtual class or maybe you had so much fun you want to take it again? Recordings from our Be Well at Work - Wellness program are now available!

Visit our calendar page for a schedule of upcoming events. Additionally, feel free to explore the collection of our recorded programs below! For more of our virtual programs, visit our YouTube channel.

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Recorded Webinars

The Outdoors and Your Well-Being

Spending time in nature can promote health and well-being, which is especially important during a pandemic. In this interactive webinar, we’ll explore the benefits of the outdoors, share safe ways to enjoy nature, and provide local Bay Area resources. We’ll cover camping, gardening, outdoor cooking, physical activity, arts and crafts, and sun and insect safety. Participants are welcome to share their insights throughout the webinar as well. 

Speakers: Kim Guess, RD & Nicole Castillo

How Your Health Connects to Soil

What does soil health have to do with your health? This webinar will explore the relationship between soil and health, and the specific steps you can take to become a Soil Ambassador.

Co-hosted by the Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (COEH)

Presented by Daphne Miller, MD

Lifestyle Changes

This webinar provides you with essential knowledge and practical tools to reduce your health risks and lead a healthy lifestyle. You will learn skills for setting SMART goals and making simple lifestyle changes with big impacts. This webinar is a good first step following the Know Your Numbers health screening. (40 minutes)


This webinar covers the effects of sugar on the body, the hidden sources of sugar, and strategies to become more aware of the added sugar we are consuming and how to consume less. (45 minutes)

Prediabetes Webinar 

Lifestyle improvements can prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes and reverse potential long-term damage that may have already begun.
View the slides and transcript to learn specific steps you can take to control your blood sugar and reduce your risk of diabetes and other chronic diseases. Recommended as part of Game On: Spring Training for Prediabetes Prevention and/or as follow up from Know Your Numbers health screening.

View the slides and transcript. Download the PDF to view the full transcript in the comment section. 

Nutrition Essentials

Gain an understanding of the way foods you eat influence your body. This webinar will also give you practical tools for identifying healthier foods, building nutritious meals, and keeping portions in check. (45 minutes) 

Food Sensitivities

Diagnoses of food allergies and intolerances are on the rise. Yet there is much controversy surrounding the identification and treatment of these conditions. This webinar will explore different ways the body can react negatively to food and discuss effective strategies for identifying and eliminating offending foods in the diet. (30 minutes) 

Nutrition for Women in Middle Age and Beyond

While healthy nutrition is important for women of all ages, needs can change significantly in the decades surrounding menopause. From countering a slowing metabolism to navigating the latest supplement recommendations, this webinar will address common challenges women face and outline strategies for maintaining a strong, healthy, and happy body in middle-age and beyond. (47 minutes)