HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAMS

Health Improvement Program (HIP)

The Stanford Health Improvement Program (HIP) is a division of the Stanford Prevention Research Center (SPRC), a department within the Stanford School of Medicine. HIP offers over 200 health education and fitness classes each quarteR. Because of HIP’s location within the School of Medicine, our health education classes and individualized behavior change programs have a strong foundation in science with an emphasis on sustainable, gradual change.

Instructions for DCI Fellows/Partners 
to sign up for Health Improvement Program (HIP
 
2. In order to submit your registration, select the “Pay by Check” option.
 3. Send email to Sharon Pollio (HIPand let her know you are a DCI Fellow (or Partner). She will complete your registration – and you will not have to pay directly. The fee will be charged to the DCI budget. 

HIP education and fitness classes
Stanford Health Promotion Network
Living Strong Living Well

OFFIC FOR RELIGIOUS LIFE
The Office for Religious Life (ORL) is collectively committed and devoted to ensuring lively, thoughtful and supportive contexts for Stanford students, faculty and staff who wish to pursue spiritual interests.

RESOURCES:
Windhover Meditation Center
Office for Religious Life website