Be well with WellAware

BJC | Got a few minutes? Check out the newest "Be well with WellAware" videos. The BJC WellAware Center team, in partnership with BJC media services, has created two series of health and wellness videos designed to help viewers improve their health. See more below.


Remember when you couldn’t wait for recess?

Why not take a recess break from work? Better yet, get your whole work group to take a “worksite recess” during a meeting.

BJC WellAware Center employees are featured in a series of videos, below, that are designed to get employees up and moving, stretched and relaxed, and refreshed and recharged.

“These short videos offer a fun way for employees to take a break and do something good for both their physical and their mental health,” says Jeremy Koerber, BJC WellAware Center manager.

“The videos can be viewed at your desk, in a meeting or in a breakroom,” Koerber adds. “You can do the exercises by yourself or with a group. Just get moving.”

To view the videos, click on each thumbnail below. To read more about the development of the videos, 
click here.





"Lunch and Learns" used to be the go-to format for quick learning. In today's time-crunched world, however, taking a break for lunch — much less a Lunch and Learn — can be next to impossible.

That's why the BJC WellAware Center team, in partnership with BJC media services, is creating a series of health education videos that can be viewed on any computer — anytime.

The new series — called "5 Aware" — will bring health and wellness education to viewers in short, entertaining sound bytes. "We'll focus on topics such as nutrition, weight loss, diabetes, smoking cessation — and whatever other topics our followers want to see," says Jeremy Koerber, BJC WellAware Center fitness center manager.

"The videos will be posted on BJCnet for our team members but will also be available on YouTube. Please share them with family, friends and co-workers," Koerber adds. "Our goal is to provide our team members, and the community, with health information that will empower them to take action to improve their health."

To view the video, click on the thumbnail below.