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THE PATH TO WELLNESS STARTS HERE.

WELLNESS CENTER GUIDEBOOK 1

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THE WELLNESS CENTER

The Wellness Center, located in the Health and Kinesiology Building (H&K), encourages you to balance your life by making beneficial choices and becoming more aware of your overall wholeness, happiness, and health.

WHAT IS WELLNESS? Wellness is a model for life, and it includes multiple dimensions that encompass a holistic approach to help individuals lead fulfilling lives. Overall well–being combines the mental, emotional, physical, occupational, intellectual, and spiritual aspects of a person’s life.

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CAMPUS RECREATION GUEST SERVICES ›› 402.554.2539 ›› Atrium H&K

MAV KIDS OFFICE ›› 402.554.3066 ›› 104K H&K

POOL COUNSELING & PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES (CAPS)

›› 402.554.2008 ›› 123 H&K

›› 402.554.2409 ›› 102 H&K

SCHOOL OF H&K ACADEMIC OFFICES

INDOOR DOME

›› 402.554.2670 ›› 207 H&K

›› 402.554.3232 ›› 68th and Spring Street

OUTDOOR VENTURE CENTER (OVC) CLIMBING WALL

INJURY PREVENTION & CARE (IPC)

›› 402.554.3342 ›› 125 H&K

›› 402.554.3170 ›› 108 H&K

OVC RENTAL CENTER

INTRAMURAL & SPORT CLUBS OFFICE ›› 402.554.3030 ›› 204F H&K

MASSAGE SERVICES ›› 402.554.2008 ›› 229 H&K

›› 402.554.2258 ›› 117 H&K

NORTH FITNESS CENTER ›› 402.554.3327 ›› 200 H&K

SOUTH FITNESS CENTER ›› 402.554.3361 ›› 119 H&K

MAKE SURE TO FOLLOW US @UNOCAMPUSREC

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WELLNESS CENTER HOURS SPRING SEMESTER REGULAR HOURS*

HOLIDAY HOURS AND CLOSURES

Monday through Thursday 6 A.M.–11 P.M.

CLOSED

Friday 6 A.M.–9 P.M.

6 A.M.–9 P.M.

Saturday 8 A.M.–8 P.M.

10 A.M.–6 P.M.

Sunday 10 A.M.–10 P.M.

January 1, 2018 | New Year's Day January 15, 2018 | Martin Luther King Jr. Day March 17–18, 2018 | Spring Break March 19 –23, 2018| Spring Break 6 A.M.–9 P.M.

March 24, 2018 | Spring Break 10 A.M.–6 P.M.

March, 25, 2018 | Spring Break 10 A.M.–10 P.M.

April 1, 2018 | Easter CLOSED

*Activity spaces will begin closing 15 minutes prior closing time

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$$ A FREE two–week trial is available to UNO faculty, staff, and alumni. Visit the Wellness Center and start your free trial today.

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Winter Walkers

$7/day UNO faculty or staff who do not want to purchase a membership can use the facility on a daily basis for $7 per day.

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TAKING CLASSES ONLINE? Students who are taking only online and/or off campus classes can purchase a pass for $40/ month or $150/semester.

Donate $30 to the UNO Winter Walkers American Heart Association Heart Walk team page for a limited Campus Rec membership. See Wellness Center staff for complete details.


CAMPUS RECREATION MEMBERSHIP OPTIONS UNO STUDENTS If you are enrolled in at least one credit hour on campus, a campus recreation membership is included as part of your University Program and Facilities Fees (UPF Fees). There is no need to purchase a membership separately while taking an on–campus class. A valid membership is determined each semester.

SELF OR SPOUSE

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FACULTY/STAFF

$40/month $150/semester $450/year

$75/month $275/semester $800/year

$32.50/month $120/semester $360/year

UNO ALUMNI

$45/month $265/6 months $525/year

$85/month $505/6 months $960/year

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UNMC FACULTY/ STAFF/STUDENT

$45/month $175/semester $525/year

$85/month $325/semester $960/year

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GUESTS (SPONSORED BY MEMBER)

$7/daily

Ages 17 and under have FREE access limited to Friday, Saturday, and Sunday ONLY.

NA

**Limited access is available Monday–Friday, 6 A.M. –1 P.M. and all day Saturday. No Sunday access.

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shopwellnessonline

Registration for Wellness Center programs and services are completely online shopwellness.unomaha.edu.

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LOCKER RENTAL Lockers are available to students, faculty, staff, and Campus Rec members. Men’s and women’s locker rooms feature showers, restrooms, rental lockers, sauna, and steam rooms. Separate areas are designated for students, faculty, and staff. Everyone who rents a locker must pay a $10 locker deposit that is refunded upon lock return.

INCLUSIVE LOCKER ROOM Anyone can use the Inclusive Locker Room regardless of gender identity or expression. For details and rental information, visit the Guest Services desk located on the first floor of the H&K building. For more information, stop by Guest Services or call 402.554.2539.

SEMESTER

FULL YEAR

STUDENT/MEMBER

$15

$40

FACULTY/STAFF

$20

$50

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H&K FIRST FLOOR 1. MavREC Café 2. Guest Services 3. 108 H&K Injury Prevention & Care (IPC) 4. 125 H&K OVC Climbing Wall 5. 126 H&K MAC Court

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8. 135 H&K Multi Purpose Room

15. 124 H&K Martial Arts Room

9. 136 H&K Cycling Studio

16. Men’s Locker Room

10. 119 H&K South Fitness Center 11. 123 H&K Pool 12. Inclusive Locker Room

6. 128 H&K Lower Gymnasium

13. Women’s Locker Room

7. 143 H&K Multi Purpose Room

14. Spa

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17. 117 H&K OVC Rental Center 18. 104 H&K Campus Rec Offices 19. 102 H&K Health Services and Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)


H&K SECOND FLOOR 1. 200 H&K North Fitness Center

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4. 228 H&K Dance Lab 5. 229 H&K Massage Therapy 6. 207 H&K School of H&K 7. 204 H&K Campus Recreation 8. 201 H&K Upper Gymnasium

H&K LOWER LEVEL 9. 003 H&K Golf/Archery/Fencing Lab

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INCLUSIVE LOCKER ROOM Anyone can use the Inclusive Locker Room regardless of gender identity or expression.

ALL GENDER RESTROOMS

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UR GOALS Campus Recreation has a number of facilities, programs, and services to help you reach your fitness and strength goals in a way that works for you. Campus Recreation programs include weight rooms, personal training, gymnasiums, multiple activity courts, the pool, and group exercise classes.

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GROUP EXERCISE (GROUP EX) CLASS DESCRIPTIONS Full descriptions are available online at campusrec.unomaha.edu/groupex.

HOW TO REGISTER FOR A CLASS Campus Recreation’s Health and Fitness Program is now using IMLeagues as their new interface, making signing up and attending Group Exercise (Group Ex) classes more innovative and enjoyable. ›› Visit campusrec.unomaha.edu/groupex or download and open the IMLeagues. ›› Search and select a class. ›› You will be prompted to create an account at this time if you have not already. ›› Fill out the waiver and short registration. ›› Enjoy your group exercise experience.

MONDAY

TUESDAY

YOGA

YOGA

Maggie | 239 H&K

Angelica | 239 H&K

BOOTCAMP

CORE AND MORE

Jenni | 135 H&K

Kailey | 135 H&K

4:15 P.M.– 5:05 P.M.

CYCLE CIRCUIT

*GROUP FITNESS

Alyssa | 136 H&K

135 H&K

5:30 P.M.– 6:15 P.M.

PIYO

KICKBOXING CARDIO

Danielle | 135 H&K

Kain | 135 H&K

7 A.M.– 7:50 A.M. 9:30 A.M.– 10:15 A.M. 10:30 A.M.– 11:15 A.M. 11 A.M.– 11:50 A.M. 12 P.M.– 12:45 P.M.

6 P.M.– 6:50 P.M. 6:30 P.M.– 7:20 P.M.

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YOGA Cara | 239 H&K

BARRE PULSE

ZUMBA

Danielle | 143 H&K

Shay | 143 H&K


WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

MAV CYCLING Alyssa | 136 H&K

KICKBOXING CARDIO Kain | 135 H&K

BUTTS AND GUTS Melissa | 135 H&K

ZUMBA Shay | 239 H&K

YOGA

YOGA

MAV CYCLING

Angelica | 239 H&K

Alyssa | 136 H&K

BOOTCAMP

CYCLE CIRCUIT

HIIT CLASS

Jenni | 135 H&K

Emily | 135 H&K

Skyler | 135 H&K

Cara | 239 H&K

*GROUP FITNESS 135 H&K

PIYO

A pass must be purchased to attend Mind and Body Classes UNO student $24/semester, $4/class Member $36/semester, $6/class Non–member $13/class

Danielle | 135 H&K

BARRE PULSE

ZUMBA

Danielle | 143 H&K

Shay | 143 H&K

*Indicates class will be taught on a revolving schedule. Check online for more information at campusrec.unomaha. edu/groupex.

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PERSONAL TRAINING

Personal Training is designed for members of the UNO community (students/faculty/staff/alumni) who are in search of someone to provide them with an individualized program, guidance, motivation, education, encouragement, supervision, and one–on–one attention.

Each of our personal trainers has an extensive background in fitness, exercise and wellness. All trainers are nationally–certified and hand–picked by the School of H&K and Campus Recreation; the majority are studying an area in Exercise Science, Health Promotion, Athletic Training, or a related field.

FITNESS ASSESSMENT A Fitness Assessment must be purchased before buying sessions. This assessment helps the Trainer better understand how to work with you and helps them individualize the program. It is also an opportunity to measure your fitness and set fitness goals.

30 MINUTES*

60 MINUTES

STUDENTS

MEMBER

STUDENTS

MEMBER

STUDENTS

MEMBER

SINGLE SESSION

$22

$30

$30

$40

$25

$34

FIVE SESSIONS

$105

$140

$140

$190

$119

$162

TEN SESSIONS

$200

$275

$270

$370

$230

$315

*Intended for those looking for shorter, more intense training. **Invite friends to work together to achieve goals while saving money.

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BENEFITS OF PERSONAL TRAINING ›› Personalized exercise program ›› Learn proper weight lifting technique ›› Increase motivation and accountability ›› Get more out of your workout time ›› Learn new exercises ›› Improve performances ›› Overcome plateaus

SCHEDULING PROCESS ›› Fill out the information and informed consent packet in the Wellness Center. ›› Choose and purchase the package of sessions you prefer. ›› You will be matched with a trainer based upon availability, your needs, and trainer preference. ›› Your trainer will contact you to set up your first appointment.

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AQUATICS POOL HOURS/OPEN SWIMMING Monday through Friday

AMERICAN RED CROSS LIFEGUARD CLASS

6 A.M.–9 A.M. 11 A.M.–1 P.M. 4 P.M.–8 P.M.

March 2–4, 9–11, April 6–8, 20–22 201 H&K $150/Student $175/Non-Student

Saturday and Sunday

You will be able to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries, and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel take over. Receive certifications for First Aid and CPR for the Professional Rescuer and AED. Must be at least 15 years of age to take the class.

1 P.M.–7 P.M.

EVERYTHING YOU NEED ON CAMPUS Enjoy aquatics activities in a safe environment with Red Cross–certified lifeguards on duty. Aquatics offers a wide range of programs for those looking to improve their swimming abilities or just learn to become comfortable in the water. The goal is for participants to be confident in the water.

MAVERICK SWIMMERS A free recreational swim league for students and Campus Rec members intended to challenge your endurance, try new stroke sets, and learn from other recreational swimmers. Set mileage goals and take part in the Swim Across Nebraska challenge. At least two lanes are reserved at all times for Maverick Swimmers. Lifeguards are able to assist you with any questions.

LIFEGUARD REVIEW COURSE April 14–15 H&K POOL $125 You will be able to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries, and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel take over. This course is intended for current lifeguards who need to re–certify in First Aid or CPR for the Professional Rescuer and AE.

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ADULT SWIM LESSONS Student/Campus Rec Member/$70 Non–Member/$75

MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY SESSIONS

Session I

All Levels

February 5–14, 2018

6–6:45 P.M. for each session.

Session II April 2–11, 2018

YOUTH SWIM LESSONS Campus Rec Member/$60 Non–Member/$65

TUESDAY AND THURSDAY

Session I

Beginner

January 23–February 15, 2018

6:15–6:45 P.M.

Session II

6:50–7:20 P.M.

March 27– April 19, 2018

Levels 4–6

Levels 1–3

7:20–8:00 P.M.

SATURDAY

Session III

Beginner

January 27–March 17, 2018

10–10:30 A.M.

Levels 1–3 10:40–11:10 A.M.

Levels 4–6 11:20–11:50 A.M.

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Registration closes 24 hours before the first lesson. Sign up online at shopwellness.unomaha.edu. Detailed descriptions of swim levels can be found online at campusrec. unomaha.edu/aquatics.

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MARTIAL ARTS ACADEMY 124 H&K COMBAT ROOM | 7 P.M.–8:30 P.M. | EVERY TUESDAY & THURSDAY

CLASS FORMAT 1. Technical (Floor Drills): Focuses on perfecting kicking and blocking technique. About 3/4 of class time dedicated to floor drills. 2. Paddle and Heavy Bag Drills: Focus on roundhouse, side kick and crescent kick. Basic and advanced levels. 3. Forms: Done with upper ranks to get ready for testing. ›› Sparring: Portion of each workout dedicated to sparring. Work on leg exercises using all kicking techniques.

CLASS REQUIREMENTS 4. Each student must have uniform and basic sparring gear. 5. Class is structured for adult participants. ›› Pre–registration required at Guest Services.

INSTRUCTORS 6. Kent Templien: 3rd Dan Hapkido, 3rd Dan Judo, Taekwondo, H&K Adjunct Faculty ›› Neal Hakenson: 3rd Dan Taekwondo, Kukkiwon Certified, H&K Adjunct Faculty

MONTHLY FEE

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NON–MEMBER

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RELAX & T

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AKE CARE Campus Recreation is more than working out. It’s also a place on campus where you can come to unwind and relax. Hang out in the Atrium and the Canyon, or schedule a massage with a licensed massage therapist. The Maverick CafÊ stocks healthy snacks, light meals, smoothies, coffee drinks, and a few comfort foods.

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HEALTH SERVICES 102 H&K | 8 A.M.–5 P.M. | MONDAY–FRIDAY | 402.554.2374 HEALTHSERVICES.UNOMAHA.EDU | HEALTHSERVICES@UNOMAHA.EDU

YOUR CAMPUS. YOUR HEALTHCARE.

SERVICES

All services are included in student fees with the exception of x–rays, outside laboratory tests, and prescription medications, which students will be billed for. Over–the–counter medications are available free of charge.

›› Support Services Family Medicine, Reproductive Health, On–Campus Injury Care, Maintenance Allergy Injections, Blood Pressure Health Screenings, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, HIV, Cholesterol, Triglycerides, Health Insurance Assistance

HEALTH INSURANCE A Major Medical Student Insurance Policy Is Available For Domestic And International Students. The policy is available to UNO undergraduate students enrolled in at least seven (7) credit hours or a degree–seeking graduate student. This reasonably priced policy is designed to provide benefits for medical and dental expenses.

›› Laboratory Services STD Testing (Chlamydia and Gonorrhea), Chemistry Profiles, Rapid Strep Tests, Urine Testing and Cultures, Complete Blood Counts (CBC) ›› Exams Performed Chest, Extremities, Spine, Headwork, Abdominal ›› Immunizations Flu Shots, Measles Vaccine, Mumps Vaccine, Rubella Vaccine, Chickenpox Vaccine, Meningococcal Vaccine, Tetanus Vaccine, Hepatitis A and B Vaccines ›› Radiology Services

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COUNSELING & PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES (CAPS) 102 H&K | 8 A.M.–5 P.M. | MONDAY–FRIDAY | 402.554.2409 | UNOMAHA.EDU/CAPS Our office is staffed by licensed mental health practitioners and a graduate assistant who are eager to create a vibrant and safe campus community. Each person is committed to providing you support and encouraging your personal success in identifying and reaching your goals.

SERVICES OFFERED 1. Short–Term Counseling (8–10 sessions)* 2. Consultation 3. Emergency Services 4. Group Counseling 5. Prevention Services 6. Outreach Education 7. Wellness Education

CONFIDENTIALITY We pride ourselves in making every effort to protect your personal information. It is important that you feel comfortable in sharing information with us as it will make your counseling experience more beneficial. Information you share with the staff at CAPS is governed by professional ethics and state law. The records of CAPS are not a part of your academic records.

*Counseling services are confidential and free

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THINGS YOU WILL NEED FOR YOUR FIRST APPOINTMENT For your first appointment it is helpful if you arrive approximately 15 minutes early in order to fill out paperwork. The paperwork will allow us to get some background information from you prior to your appointment.

WAYS TO SUPPORT A FRIEND You don’t have to be a trained professional to help support others who are having a difficult time. There are several ways to show your support to someone in need. Learn more at unomaha.edu/CAPS.


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ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

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LIFE BALANCE

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INCLUSION

SAFE SPACE


RECOVERY COMMUNITY Our aim is to create a safe space that facilitates connections between students working on maintaining recovery while attending classes, achieving their academic goals, and engaging in the greater community of UNO and Omaha. We want to include and engage those seeking to earn a college degree by finding a supportive system in place in a potentially high–risk setting. A.A. meetings are open and occur regularly throughout the year, including summer months (holidays are subject to group conscience).

FIND A MEETING ON CAMPUS A.A. Meeting Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 12 P.M.–1 P.M. 101 H&K

Recovery Meeting Friday 6:30 P.M. UV Building 6, Room 613

STAFF ADVISOR Mark Frillman mfrillman@unomaha.edu 102 H&K 402.554.2409

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SUPPORT GROUPS

Mavericks ask for help when they encounter difficult academic and personal situations. There are so many caring people and resources dedicated to supporting your success.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (A.A.)

TRANSCEND

Open to anyone who looking for a supportive system.

BEYOND BLUE

A support group for transgender, gender expansive, genderqueer, gender fluid, bigender, hijra, two spirit, or agender.

A support group for students who are dealing with depression and/or anxiety.

VETERAN SUCCESS GROUP

COFFEE TALKS SVO partners with Urban Abbey for an hour of conversation, camaraderie, and fellowship for veterans.

LEZ–BI–REAL–QUEER A semi–structured group with a safe and open environment for LGBTQIA+ community members.

MELANATED QUEERATIONS A group by, for, and about queer people of color in the UNO community.

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A support group for veterans sponsored by SVO.

TEA TALKS Studying internationally is a new experience for everyone, and with new experiences come new challenges. ‘Tea Talk’ is an open group which exists to support our International student community in achieving their goals and making their experience at UNO pleasant.

RECOVERY MEETING A support group open to any student looking for a support system in place of potentially high–risk behavior.


MONDAY 9 A.M.

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

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VETERAN SUCCESS GROUP

COFFEE TALKS 117 MBSC

12 P.M.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS

MELANATED QUEERATIONS

LEZ–BI–REAL– QUEER

101 H&K

Jenkins Room MBSC

116 MBSC

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 101 H&K

116 MBSC

117 MBSC

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 101 H&K

1 P.M.

BEYOND BLUE 101 H&K

4 P.M.

TEA TALKS 241 ASH

6:30 P.M.

RECOVERY MEETING University Village, Building 6, Room 613

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FIVE TIPS FOR BETTER SLEEP (AND LESS STRESS) 1. WAKE UP AT THE SAME TIME EVERYDAY (WHEN YOU CAN). 2. KEEP THE BEDROOM COOL, DARK, AND QUIET. 3. ONLY USE YOUR BED FOR SLEEPING (LEAVE HOMEWORK AT YOUR DESK). 4. AVOID CAFFEINE, NICOTINE, AND ALCOHOL 4–6 HOURS BEFORE BED 5. LIMIT YOUR SCREEN TIME ON PHONES, TVS, AND LAPTOPS 1–2 HOURS  BEFORE BED (TO HELP YOUR BRAIN KNOW IT’S TIME FOR SLEEP).

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86% of UNO students surveyed who reported good, consistent sleep also reported average amounts of stress or less. wellness.unomaha.edu | WELLNESS CENTER GUIDEBOOK

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MASSAGE SERVICES 229 H&K | 8 A.M.–7 P.M. | MONDAYS | UNOMASSAGE.SETMORE.COM

Licensed Massage Therapists (LMT) offer a variety of techniques beneficial to specific areas of the body. The most commonly used are Swedish and Athletic massages.

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SOME BENEFITS OF MASSAGE INCLUDE:

MASSAGES OFFERED

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Decreased stress Enhanced quality of sleep Improved concentration Increased flexibility Relief from muscle and joint pain

Swedish Deep Tissue Thai Sports Massage

30 MINUTES

45 MINUTES

60 MINUTES

90 MINUTES

STUDENTS

$30

$40

$50

$65

MEMBERS

$35

$45

$55

$70

NON–MEMBERS

$50

$65

$75

$90

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INJURY PREVENTION AND CARE (IPC) 108 H&K | 8 A.M.–5 P.M. | MONDAY–FRIDAY | 402.554.3170

Injury Prevention, and Care (IPC) is staffed by certified athletic trainers and student employees who are certified in First Aid and CPR/ AED for the Professional Rescuer by the American Red Cross.

APPOINTMENTS

ATHLETIC SUPPLIES ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Pre–Wrap | $2 1 ½” Athletic Tape | $3 Key Chain Face Shield | $3 Elastic Bandage | $3 Exercise Bands | $4 CPR Mask | $10.00 Cramer Fanny Pack | $35 Cramer Messenger Pack | $49

Appointments are available for injury evaluations and rehabilitations Monday–Friday, 8 A.M.–5 P.M. Call 402.554.3170 to make an appointment.

SERVICES The following services are offered FREE to UNO students and Campus Recreation members: ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

First aid and emergency care Injury evaluations and treatments Taping (free with your own tape) Injury advice Injury and rehabilitation education Professional referrals

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MavREC CAFÉ H&K ATRIUM | 7 A.M.–7 P.M. ON MONDAYS THURSDAY | 7 A.M.–2:30 P.M. ON FRIDAYS Enjoy fresh salads, soups, sandwiches, and wraps throughout the day, along with a light breakfast fare of pastries, bagels, and breads. Add a protein supplement to the smoothie offerings or pick up some Eat. Fit. Go. on your way to class.

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MAVERICK FOOD PANTRY The Maverick Food Pantry offers food and personal hygiene products to all members of the UNO community by providing healthy, sustainable, and culturally sensitive items. Requesting a food package is an easy, online form.

MAKE A FOOD REQUEST ON MavSYNC Our package will contain a balance of proteins, grains, fruits, and vegetables based upon what is currently available in the Maverick Food Pantry. Each package contains 2–3 days of food for an individual according to nutritional guidelines and dietary needs. Visit serve.unomaha.edu to get started.

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PLASTIC THAT CAN BE RECOVERED ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Snack Bags Candy Wrappers Potato Chip Wrappers Squeezable Pouches Cereal Pouches Plastic Cups Plastic Plates Plastic Bowls Foam Cups “To–Go” Boxes Packing Peanuts Plastic Liners Condiment Packets Plastic Servingware Plastic Straws & Stirrers Plastic Coffee Pouches Single–Serving Coffee Pods Plastic Food Bags Plastic Food Wrappers Stand Up Pouches Plastic Bags All Other Non– Recyclable Plastics

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ENVIRONMENTAL WELLNESS ON–CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES UNO is dedicated to exploring ways to introduce and support sustainability efforts on campus and in the community.

WATER BOTTLE FILLING STATIONS There are 32 water bottle filling stations across campus–at least one station in each building, including four in H&K.

MavRIDE PROGRAM Your MavCARD is your Metro Bus pass. MavRIDE offers free rides on the Metro Bus System to current faculty, staff, and students at any time on any route.

HEFTY ENERGY BAG PROGRAM UNO has collection sites across campus for the Hefty® EnergyBag™ program, the city–wide initiative designed to divert hard–to–recycle plastics from the landfill and instead convert them into energy. Check the sidebar for a list of plastics that can be recovered.

RECEPTACLE LOCATIONS ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Dr. C.C. and Mabel L. Criss Library Health and Kinesiology Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center Milo Bail Student Center Mammel Hall Peter Kiewit Institute

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A FEW BENEFITS OF WALKING IN NATURE FOR 90 MINUTES ›› Reduces stress, anxiety, and negative self–talk ›› Lowers your risk for depression ›› Increases your level of happiness

NATURE SPOTS ON OR NEAR CAMPUS ›› Welcome Center Bioretention Garden ›› Pep Bowl ›› Elmwood Park ›› Memorial Park

TIPS TO ENJOY NATURE ›› Disconnect Your Tech– Let Nature Talk to You ›› Take Your Lunch Break or Workout Outside ›› Study Outside ›› Meditate Outside

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N A TEAM Competitive Sports houses Intramural Sports and Sport Clubs for team competition. Intramural Sports are for on–campus teams to compete against each other in a variety of leagues and tournaments throughout the year. Sport Clubs are student organizations dedicated to one sport and developing teams to compete regionally and nationally.

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INTRAMURAL SPORTS

Intramural Sports provides exercise, recreation, competition, and fun to all participants in a relaxed, yet structured environment. However, keeping the thrill of competition within its limits and placing emphasis on having fun, good sportsmanship, and fair play are all values for UNO Intramural Sports.

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? To be eligible to participate in the Intramural Sports program, the student, undergraduate or graduate, must be enrolled at UNO for a minimum of one credit hour, while part–time or full–time faculty/staff members must purchase a current Campus Recreation membership. Spouses of students, faculty, and staff members may participate, provided that they purchase a Campus Recreation membership.

HOW DO I PAY MY TEAM FEE? Intramural Sports Team registration is a two step process. Both steps must be completed to be fully registered: 1. Create your team on imleagues.com. 2. Pay your team fee either online via shopwellness.unomaha.edu or at the H&K Guest Services Desk. Payment or registration alone does not guarantee your spot in a league/tournament/event.

ID POLICY* Before each game, players must present their MavCARD so that they may be checked in on the score sheet. Any player arriving after the game has started must present their MavCARD to the game supervisor and have their name checked in on the score sheet before entering the game.

NO ID, NO PLAY, NO EXCEPTIONS.

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SPRING 2018 INTRAMURAL SPORTS SCHEDULE

Registration for all sports opens January 1st, 2018 on imleagues.com/unomaha. Payments can be made online via shopwellness.unomaha.edu or at the H&K Guest Services Desk.

SPORTS

REGISTRATION DEADLINE

TEAM COST

LOCATION

DATES

5v5 Basketball League

January 16, 2018

$25

128/201 H&K

Play begins January 21, 2018*

6v6 Dodgeball League

January 16, 2018

$25

MAC Court, H&K

Play begins January 21, 2018**

6v6 Indoor Volleyball League

February 27, 2018

$25

201 H&K

Play begins March 4, 2018**

7v7 Outdoor Soccer League

March 6, 2018

$25

Caniglia Field

Play begins March 11, 2018**

7v7 Floor Hockey

March 6, 2018

$25

MAC Court, H&K

Play begins March 13, 2018**

10v10 Softball League

March 13, 2018

$25

Elmwood Park

Play begins April 3, 2018***

*Six–week league ending in two–week playoffs. **Four–week league ending in playoffs. ***Three–week league ending in playoffs.

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SPORT CLUBS

Sport clubs are versatile because they may be instructional, recreational, competitive, or any combination. Involvement in sport clubs enhances your college experience and compliments your overall education. Members can enjoy their leisure time with a recreational or instructional club, while others prefer to be competitive in a variety of team or individual sports.

Interested individuals should contact each club through the Sport Clubs Office at 402.554.3030. MavSYNC has the most up–to–date information for each club. All currently enrolled UNO students are eligible to join a Sport Club. If you don’t see the club you’re interested in joining, you can start your own club by contacting 402.554.2634. ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

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Archery Basketball Bass Fishing Racquetball Climbing Cricket Dodgeball Equestrian Fencing Hockey

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Martial Arts Paintball Power Lifting Soccer Table Tennis Trap and Skeet Volleyball Ultimate Frisbee Table Tennis


Log in to MavSYNC and search for your desired clubs today at mavsync.unomaha.edu on the Sports Clubs page.

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WORK IN WELLNESS

Campus Recreation employs more than 150 students every year in the areas of customer service, intramural officiating, outdoor venture trip leadership, climbing wall, building supervision, lifeguards, swim lesson instruction, youth program counselors, marketing, and more.

Campus Recreation strives to provide valuable training and opportunities that benefit the UNO community. A Team Maverick recruiting session must be attended BEFORE applying for a student position. All applicants must apply for open positions through UNO Human Resources. ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ›› ››

Lifeguard Guest Services Climbing Wall Weight Room Intramural Official Marketing Group Exercise Instructor Summer Camp Counselor Photographer OVC Rental Center Personal Trainer

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MAV KIDS YOUTH PROGRAMS

Mav Kids provides a safe and fun environment where children can learn, build relationship skills, and become active.

MINI MAV KIDS SPORTS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Children 3–5 years of age Student/Member $45 Non–member/$55 This six–week instructional program allows parents to work one–on–one with their children while they learn the basics of playing sports. Parents must attend this program and participate with their children.

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SESSION I

Saturdays, February 3– March 10, 2018

9:30 A.M.– 10:30 A.M. H&K Building

SESSION II

Wednesdays, February 7– March 14, 2018

9:30 A.M.–10:30 A.M. Center Street Dome

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FAMILY CLIMB NIGHT Family members 14 years of age and older February 18, 2018 3 P.M.–6 P.M. H&K Climbing Wall Student/Member/$15 Non–member/$25 Come participate in a belay class. Children ages 5–13 will hang out with Mav Kids staff until the full group is ready to climb.

MINI MAV KIDS BASKETBALL PROGRAM Children 5–7 years of age Student/Members/$50 Non–members/$60 This six–week instructional program allows parents to help their child develop the basic motor skills needed to participate in organized basketball. Parents must attend this program and participate with their children. This program is coming to UNO in mid–to– late–spring of 2018. Be sure to watch the Mav Kids page at wellness.unomaha.edu for dates and times!


MINI MAV KIDS GOLF PROGRAM Children 5–7 years of age Student/Member/$50 Non–member/$60 This six–week instructional program, using safe and fun equipment, allows parents to help their child develop the basic motor skills needed to participate in organized golf. Parents must attend this program and participate with their children. This program is coming to UNO in mid–to–late–spring of 2018. Be sure to watch the Mav Kids page at wellness.unomaha.edu for dates and times!

RED CROSS BABYSITTING CLASS Youth 11 years of age and older April 13, 2018 9 A.M.–4:30 P.M. H&K Building Student/Member/$80 Non–Member/$90

MAV KIDS SUMMER DAY CAMP Children kindergarten through 12 years of age February 12, 2018 (Registration begins) June 4–July 27, 2018 Student/Member/$150/week Non–member/$170/week This seven–week summer day camp is designed for children who have completed kindergarten through children 12 years of age. Campers participate in a variety of physical activities and educational programs in a fun and high energy environment. Registration can be completed online at mycircuitree.com/UNO.

This course is designed to prepare youth 11 years of age and older to be better babysitters. Topics include how to provide care for infants and children, what to do in an emergency, and the basics of starting a babysitting business. This course provides certification in basic Babysitter Training and pediatric CPR/First Aid. Lunch will be provided.

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INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS ESSENTIAL OILS WORKSHOP Friday, January 26, 2018 12–1 P.m. 116 H&K This workshop will discuss the benefits of essential oils and how to start using them in your home. The workshop is free, but at the end of the session there is an optional make–and–take bath soak which costs $5.

SPRING WREATH CRAFT WORKSHOP Thursday, March 1, 2018 12–1 P.m. | 2–3 P.m. 116 H&K Students/Members/ $10 Non-member/$15

BEGINNER SELF DEFENSE WORKSHOPS Friday, February 2 11 A.M.–1 P.M. 124 H&K Wednesday, March 7 5:30–7:30 P.M. 124 H&K Friday, April 6 11 A.M.–1 P.M. 124 H&K

INTERMEDIATE SELF DEFENSE WORKSHOPS Wednesday, April 18th 5:30–7:30 P.M. 124 H&K These workshops, open to the full UNO community, are hosted by Campus Recreation in partnership with 4 Horsemen Security. Instead of a registration fee for the event, 4 Horsemen Security asks for donations of toiletry products such as shampoo, conditioner, body wash, and personal hygiene products for the Lydia House.

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E OUTSIDE The Outdoor Venture Center (OVC) provides that touch of nature. You can choose from trips and training in backpacking, climbing, cross country skiing, paddling (canoeing, kayaking, and stand–up paddleboards) and a variety of other outdoor living skills. The OVC also operates the UNO Climbing Wall and outdoor equipment rental.

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OUTDOOR VENTURE CENTER (OVC)

The Outdoor Venture Center challenges participants to reach beyond their perceived personal limits physically, mentally, and socially. It fosters appreciation for the natural environment, develops leadership abilities, and encourages relationship growth.

COOPERATIVE ADVENTURE PHILOSOPHY Trips and activities sponsored by the OVC are considered to be “Cooperative Adventure” trips. In cooperative adventure trips, leaders are also participants–they are participants who have experience and training. Their role is to serve as a coordinator or facilitator. Trip Leaders are not guides.

REGISTRATION Register at the Outdoor Venture Center or UNO Campus Recreation Guest Services, located in the H&K building. To register, you must pay half the fees as a deposit (cash, check, credit card). The remainder is due by the pre–trip meeting. If there is no pre–trip meeting, your deposit is the total fee. All fees must be paid by the pre–trip meeting date or you are subject to the late fee. For trips or workshops costing less than $75, the deposit is equal to the total trip cost.

REFUND POLICY If notice of cancellation is received prior to the early registration, a full refund will be issued. If notice of cancellation is received on or after the pre–trip meeting, 50% of the trip cost is forfeited. Notice of trip cancellation the day of the trip will result in forfeiture of all fees.

PRE–TRIP MEETINGS Pre–trip meetings are a very important part of our trips and longer workshops. Participants are given a trip itinerary, an awareness of risks inherent to the activity, education on avoiding hazards, and sometimes a chance to learn and practice necessary skills.

BOOK ONLINE All OVC trips are available for purchase online at shopwellness.unomaha.edu.

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OUTDOOR VENTURE CENTER (OVC) FALL TRIP SCHEDULE Trip descriptions can be found at campusrec.unomaha.edu/ovc.

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EVENT

DATE

STUDENT/ NON– MEMBER MEMBER

Free Climbing!

January 8–12, 2018

FREE

NA

Wyoming Snowy Range Ski and Snowboarding Trip

January 12–15, 2018

$199

$265

Setters Showcase

January 26–27, 2018

$15

$22

Spring Boulder League

February 1, 8, 15, 22, 2018

$5

$5

Partner Week Free Belay Class

February 14, 2018

FREE

NA

WFA and WFR Recertification

February 17–19, 2018

WFA $200

WFR $250

Family Climb

February 18, 2018

$15

$25

Lincoln Climbing Invasion

February 23, 2018

$28

$49

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DATE

STUDENT/ NON– MEMBER MEMBER

Climbing Fundamentals Workshop

February 28, 2018

$9

$15

Lead Climbing Class

March 9, 2018

$20

$30

Texas Rio Grande Canoe Trip

March 16–25, 2018

$495

$575

Oklahoma Wichita Mountains Rock Climbing Trip

March 19–23, 2018

$238

$289

Climbing Fundamentals Workshop

March 28, 2018

$9

$15

Lead Climbing Class

April 6, 2018

$20

$30

Try Paddling

April 6, 13, 2018

FREE

$7

Backpacking Clinic and Trip

April 4, 11, & 13–14, 2018

$49

$75

Free Climbing

April 23–27, 2018

FREE

$7

Hammock Hangout

April 24, 26 2018

FREE

FREE

Colorado Climbing and Whitewater Rafting Trip

May 7–11, 2018

$325

$399

PCIA Climbing Wall Instructor

May 14–18

$150

$175

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OUTDOOR VENTURE CENTER RENTAL CENTER Complete rental listing and descriptions can be found at campusrec.unomaha.edu/ovc. The Rental Center offers outdoor equipment of all kinds. Whether you are car camping or spending a month backpacking in Alaska, the Rental Center has the gear you need. The OVC rents equipment for paddling, camping, backpacking, and some rock climbing items.

THE RENTAL CENTER HOURS Fall, Spring, and Summer Semesters | Monday–Friday | 12 P.M.–7 P.M. March through October | Saturday–Sunday | 12 P.M.–5 P.M. Closed on weekends November through Mid March

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Tents Sleeping Bags/Pads/Hammocks Backpacking Equipment Cooking Equipment Paddling Equipment Climbing Equipment Winter Equipment Backyard Games

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BOULDERING No charge (non–members pay $7 guest fee). Bouldering is climbing without roped protection. It is a good introduction to climbing, requires little training and equipment, and is excellent for building strength and endurance. Falls are protected with “crash pads” under the climber.

BELAY COURSE AND WORKSHOPS The climbing wall offers a variety of courses and workshops throughout the semester to increase your knowledge and skills. Belay courses are offered Monday, Wednesday,w and Friday at 5:30 P.M. to teach you the rope–handling skills necessary to provide top rope protection for a partner climbing to the top of the wall. Other workshops are offered for climbing fundamentals, lead climbing, and more throughout the semester. Refer to the schedule for more details.

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CLIMBING WALL

The climbing wall welcomes climbers of all abilities and offers climbers space to boulder, top rope, and lead climb. The UNO climbing wall is 2,500 square feet of top rope and lead climbing area, with a 1,400 square foot boulder in the center of the facility. The climbing surface is constructed of concrete with artificial holds, low angles, verticals, overhangs, padded floor, and two arches.

CLIMBING WALL HOURS Fall and Spring Semesters Monday–Thursday | 12 P.M.–9:30 P.M. Friday | 12 P.M.–8:30 P.M. Saturday–Sunday | 12 P.M.–6 P.M. Summer Semesters Monday–Thursday | 12 P.M.–8:30 P.M. Friday | 12 P.M.–7 P.M. Saturday–Sunday | 12 P.M.–5P.M.

ENTRANCE POLICIES The climbing wall is open to all UNO students and Campus Rec members. Non–members MUST register as a guest at Guest Services, pay guest fees, and bring the receipt to the wall supervisor. Non–members may pay entrance fees and use the climbing wall at any time during the normal hours of operation. Climbers ages 18 and younger can only use the climbing wall Friday–Sunday during hours of operation.

RENTALS Student/ Non– Member Member Shoes

$1

$3

10 Punch $5 Shoe Pass

$7

25 Punch $10 Shoe Pass

$15

Harness

FREE

$2

Belay Device

FREE

$2

Helmet

FREE

$2

Lead Ropes

FREE

$5

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UNOCampusRec

WELLNESS CENTER Health and Kinesiology (H&K) 6001 Dodge Street Omaha, NE 68182 wellness.unomaha.edu 402.554.2539 The University of Nebraska does not discriminate based on race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, and/or political affiliation in its programs, activities, or employment.

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