Are you interested in moving more while learning about how to stay fit and healthy? If the answer is ‘Yes’, here is an opportunity you do not want to MISS!

Join us for a new UBC Recreation program designed with YOU in mind.

What is Move More, Learn More?

Move More, Learn More is a 7-week interactive health education program designed for self-identified Asian Women students, a group on average with the lowest reported physical activity rates on campus, however all self-identified women are welcome to participate. This specialized program includes a variety of health learning topics and private group physical activity sessions so that participants can try out new ways to move. Start your journey in health and fitness to find out what suits your lifestyle! The program starts on February 8th, 2021.

Important Details

Dates (14 sessions)

  • When: Every Monday and Wednesday
  • Dates: February 8th to March 31st, 2021 (no session during reading break, February 8th and 10th)
  • Location: Virtual (via Zoom)
  • Time: 5:00 – 5:55 pm
  • Who can participate: This program is designed for self-identified Asian women students, however all self-identified women are welcome to participate. 
  • Cost: $25 per person includes all private learning and physical activity sessions, prizes, and perks

Registration deadline: extended to Feb 24th at 12pm 

Program Curriculum

 

 

Participants Experience

I really enjoy every Wednesday’s (activity) session. I think practice is the best way to keep healthy. In addition, it is really nice to try different activities every Wednesday. At the end of this session, I can find out the most suitable way for me to exercise.

Kelsey, Economics student, Participant of Move More, Learn More (Fall ’19)

This is a great and worthy program for physical exercise beginners! You will refresh your mindset for physical activities and starts to keep doing it willingly. You will also be provided a chance to try more than 15 different activities in UBC and find the ones you like.

Sijia (Scarlett) Wu, Law student, Participant of Move More, Learn More (Fall ’19)