Evidence shows that accessible and achievable movement is an important part of physical, mental, and emotional health. As students, sometimes it can be difficult to include physical movement into our schedules. Creating small moments and space within your schedule to increase movement can go a long way.
UFV recognizes that students need inclusive spaces to honor their health through fitness and recreational forms of movement. Check out these spaces on and off campus that support your health!
Different cultures and subcultures have their own unique ways of valuing rhythm and movement. These physical expressions can be seen through various activities such as sports, dance, drumming, kendo, martial arts, water play, and more across different continents. Students have different cultural and religious considerations that can impact their ability to engage in physical activity. Student Wellness is interested in hearing from you about how we can improve accessibility on campus.
Trails & walking spaces close to UFV
Exercise does not need to be complicated. Head outside and start exploring.
Do you know of a great trail that's accessible to people of all abilities? Please let us know at email@example.com, and we'll share it in the lists below.