What is health and wellness coaching?
- Regular physical activity
- Eating habits
- Managing and reducing stress
- Motivation and work-life balance
- Reducing or quitting smoking
Group Health-Coaching Workshops and Classes
Nutrition and Fitness
Community Wellness at MIT Medical co-developed this course for physical education credit through the Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation (DAPER). Topics include the components and benefits of a healthy diet and physical activity, as well as tips on achieving personal goals and boosting productivity.
- Contact: 617-253-4291
- Email: email@example.com
Whether your goal is weight management, improved athletic performance, or managing a medical condition, MIT Recreation’s nutrition program can provide you with the tools you need to sustain a meal plan that fits your lifestyle.
- To register for nutrition coaching, log in to your DAPER account, select the “Account Information” box, then select the “Buy Series Sales” box from the options that appear. On the Purchase Sales Series page, select “Nutrition” from the second dropdown menu.
An MIT Medical registered dietitian/nutritionist can provide consultations for dietary and medical needs. You will need a referral from a primary care provider (PCP) at MIT Medical.
The MIT Center for WorkLife and WellBeing offers free, confidential services for graduate students, staff, faculty, and postdocs to receive wellness consultations by phone for sleep, stress, nutrition, and other topics.
For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health and wellness coaching should not be used in place of a visit, call, consultation, or advice from a physician, therapist, or other qualified healthcare provider.