Wellness and Health Promotion
Health and Wellness Crew

Members

  • Winnie Chan

    Winnie Chan

    Political Science
    Favorite Wellness Event: Wellness Challenge
    "In the midst of the busy college lifestyle filled with endless amounts of homework, quizzes, and tests, remember that it's okay to take breaks once in a while. Go outside and enjoy what Seattle has to offer. Hang out with friends, catch up on your favorite TV shows. Self-care is super important to your overall health, and essential to be the best you can be!"
    Jane Hunter

    Jane Hunter

    Communications and Psycology
    Favorite Wellness Event: Sex Life
    Zena-Maria Husler

    Zena-Maria Husler

    Mechanical Engineering
    Favorite Wellness Event: De-Stress With Dogs
    "Sleep when you can, remember to drink water, and don't let the little things get you down."
    Brenna Ingemunson

    Brenna Ingemunson

    Favorite Wellness Event: De-stress with dogs
    "College is a life changing experience, take advantage of it. I have changed more in less than two quarters than I have throughout college. Find ways to de-stress now, you'll appreciate it. If you didn't have to study in high school, start finding studying methods that work for you now because college is way different than high school." 
    Helena Laubach

    Helena Laubach

    Nursing
    Favorite Wellness Event
    "Be aware of your need for self care. Take you time in between assignment. It will make you feel better and help you focus more on your next task!"
    Taylor Moscoe

    Taylor Moscoe

    BS Psychology
    Favorite Wellness Event: The Wellness Challenge
    "Get outside and enjoy all that the world has to offer! Go for a walk or get some coffee to destress and rebalance yourself frequently!"
    Aitana Sandoval

    Aitana Sandoval

    Cell and Molecular Biology
    Favorite Wellness Event:Sex Life
    "Everything seems a little easier if you've eaten well, slept enough, and have been active. College is exciting and challenging, so make sure you have the energy to enjoy each day. "
    Sherilynn Soo

    Sherilynn Soo

    Biology, Chemistry, Psychology


    Favorite Wellness Event: Take Back the Night
    "Always remember to listen to your body - especially when you're stressed. #SELFCARE"
    Victoria Thompson

    Victoria Thompson

    Public Affairs
    Favorite Wellness Event: Take Back the Night
    "Establish a regular sleep schedule! Between keeping up with homework, working an after-school job, and staying in touch with friends, getting a full 8-hours can be pretty hard. Even if you go to sleep at a different time every night, try to wake up at the same time each morning. Doing this keeps my body energized in the morning and awake throughout the entire day. Another tip: instead of using your phone or laptop right before you go to bed, try reading, listening to music, or making art instead – bright lights can lower the quality of sleep!"