Health & Fitness
Health Improvement Program – healthy living, behavior change and fitness classes
Stanford Recreation – classes, fitness assessments and personal training
Stanford Coordinated Care – managing chronic conditions
Wellness on Wheels – worksite classes
WorkLife Office – parenting resources and elder care
Faculty/Staff Help Center – counseling services and workshops
Cardinal at Work – resource for all Stanford benefits
Continuing Studies – lifelong learning
Ombuds Office – conflict resolution services
Diversity and Access Office – ensures University compliance around diversity and disability
Environmental Health and Safety – principal health and safety office
Parking and Transportation – one-stop shop for transportation in and around Stanford
Residential & Dining Enterprises – healthy food choices and locations
Office for Religious Life – providing faith based services and programs
Cantor Art Center – galleries, gardens and more
Stanford Blood Center – schedule a blood donation
Sustainable Stanford – building sustainability practices into daily life
Family First – families activities on campus
Stanford Prevention Research Center – providing health resources and research through the School of Medicine
Center for Integrative Medicine – complementing modern medicine
Center for Longevity – transforming the culture of human aging
SPCTRM – Stanford clinical trial opportunities
Vaden Health Center – physical, mental and social health
PHEs – health role models
Stanford Recreation – fitness classes, fitness assessments and personal training
As an official Stanford retiree, you will be eligible to register for discounted fitness classes (2 per quarter), on a space-available basis, offered by the Health Improvement Program (HIP) at $30.00 per class.
Find a class or activity that interests you.
Through the Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation, you have access to a variety of athletic, recreation and wellness facilities on campus using your Stanford ID card, including two 75,000-square-foot sports and recreation centers, a recreational pool, a driving range, tennis courts, indoor climbing walls, playing fields and a world-class aquatic center. With all of these facilities at your disposal, you will have lots of opportunity to find an activity that meets your needs and interests.
To access fitness classes and recreational facilities, you must present your official Stanford Retiree ID card. If you need a free card, visit the Stanford ID Card Office located at Tressider Student Union, 459 Lagunita Drive, 2nd floor.
The Stanford community is fortunate to have access to a vast array of health and wellness resources.
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