Team Unity shows off their Thrive green before the 2014 Chase Corporate Challenge.
What is Thrive?
Thrive is Unity Health System’s employee wellness program. We’re committed to helping our workforce stay motivated, healthy and active as they provide health care how it should be. Check in on this page for updates on special events for employees, as well as tips to achieve wellness in all aspects of your life. We want you to thrive!
Good Food Collective
On-site yoga classes
How to THRIVE this summer
Good Food Collective fall share sign-up starts NOW
The GOOD FOOD COLLECTIVE is a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) project connecting Rochester Regional Health team members with a crop share that provides weekly deliveries of vegetables and fruit from local, sustainable farmers and direct access to a wide range of other foods from local farms and producers.
To sign up visit http://thegoodfoodcollective.com/
Next strength & stretch session starts September 8th
While the cost of taking yoga classes in studios around Rochester can sometimes reach $20 per class, Unity offers a full eight classes—taught by certified instructors and held right at your worksite—for $20 TOTAL (that's $2.50 a class!).
Unity’s next session of stretch & strengthening classes run September 8th to October 31. There’s no better way to try out yoga and stretching classes to see how they work for you, or sign up to complement your current workout routine.
With a variety of class options and simple modifications, there are classes for every fitness level.
Visit www.inwardoffice.com/unityhealthsystem to register.
How to Thrive in Rochester this summer
- Enjoy some time exploring the historic Erie Canal on the Erie Canalway Trail, which winds its way through Rochester and the surrounding suburbs on its way from Buffalo to Albany. Take a stroll to explore the villages of Fairport and Pittsford, or hop on your bike to challenge yourself to pedal 10, 20 or 50+ miles on this flat trail.
- New York State boasts some of the most beautiful hiking spots in the East for adventurous athletes at any level. Day trips to Letchworth State Park, Watkins Glen or Ithaca offer views of spectacular gorges and waterfalls alongside your workout.
- Before you kick back on the sandy beaches of Lake Ontario, get your workout in by playing a game of volleyball or going for a jog. Running on sand is a great challenge; stick to harder, packed sand near the water to start, and then over time you can transition to running on loose, dry sand. If you’re new to barefoot running, take short jogs at a time, and be mindful of debris and hot sand!
Keep an eye on Fleet Feet’s summer events to set a new goal for yourself. Whether you want to try your first 5K, take on a triathlon or get an outdoor boot camp workout, Fleet Feet can help get you on your way.