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FREE HIP FITNESS CLASS SAMPLERS will be offered, September 2-12, 2014
Fitness Class Sampler Schedule (pdf)

Fall Quarter dates, September 22nd through Friday December 5th, 2014.

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Download the Schedule of Classes for Healthy Living (pdf)

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Healthy Living At-A-Glance Class Schedule

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Our Mission

The Health Improvement Program (HIP) models the science of healthy living by using translational research to promote wellness. Our primary work involves Stanford University faculty and staff, but our programs are shared and utilized around the world.
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Stanford Community BeWell Gardens
While the fall season may be almost upon us, itís as if spring has sprung on the Stanford campus with the opening of several new community BeWell gardens.
The gardens will help educate our community about the importance, joy and nutrition of growing your own local, organic, and sustainable food. There is no better way to learn about and appreciate the concept of sustainable food than by digging in the dirt and growing it yourself.
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Hit the reset button
Vinod Menon, professor of neuroscience at Stanford and Daniel J. Levitin, director of the Laboratory for Music, Cognition and Expertise at McGill University have studied our beautiful brains. If you want to be more productive and creative, and to have more energy, the science dictates that you should partition your day into project periods.
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Living Strong Living Well Logois a twelve-week small-group strength and fitness training program designed for adult cancer survivors who have recently become de-conditioned or chronically fatigued from their treatment and/or disease. It is available at no cost to participants. It was developed by Joyce Hanna and Julie Anderson of HIP.





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