Our bodies are our gardens—our wills are our gardeners.
The journey to well-being is a personal one. Our wellness programs are uniquely tailored to your needs and interests, and managed by experts committed to helping you live your best life.
Staying as physically active as we are able can reduce stress and improve cognitive function, leading to a better quality of life. Take a plunge in the pool, walk or bike on campus pathways, enjoy weekly yoga or aerobics classes with an on-site instructor, or check in with a nutritionist for healthy eating tips to fuel your adventures.
While community life removes a number of everyday stressors, one of its greatest contributors to mental health is how easy it is to connect with others. Enjoying an evening meal with a new friend, going on a group trip to Minneapolis or attending a lecture in the auditorium are just a few ways you can form new bonds here.
What is your life’s purpose? We all aspire to be part of something greater than ourselves. This can mean volunteering with fellow residents to help others, connecting with your faith community in the auditorium for worship services, or spending time in quiet personal contemplation in nature on the community grounds.