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CLASSES AND EVENTS

As an OSU Health Plan member, you have access to a wide variety of health and wellness classes, recordings and events all year long. Take advantage of all that’s available to you! It can do wonders for your wellness.

View upcoming and archived classes and events below.
Financial Wellness
Financial Planning for Newlyweds
Shortly after you say ‘I do’, reality sets in. As a married couple, you’ll inevitably be cohabitating, coexisting, and co-spending/saving. Newlywed finances can be a bit tricky and overwhelming at times, this webinar will help you learn how to get a successful start at finances as a unit. This webinar is suitable for new couples, newly co-habitating partners, newlywed couples, and more.
May 1, 2019 • Nquilter@ & Jlindner@retirement-strategies.com
Active Living
Running 101- Starting a Running Program
Have you wanted to start running but don’t know where to start? The content of this course was designed to provide an introductory look at the basics of running including how to set up a plan, selecting the right equipment, and fueling your body. So lace up, and get ready to start your running program this spring.
April 30, 2019 • Michael Bramlish
Healthy Eating
Food Prep 4 Breakfast
"Are your mornings too busy for breakfast so you just skip it? Would you like to learn some easy-to-make & nutritious breakfast ideas? If so, join us for grab and go recipes and ideas that can save you time and money. Learn how to make overnight oatmeal, make ahead mini omelet cups, homemade granola, and other easy pre-planned breakfasts during this webinar. "
April 23, 2019 • Tammy Jones, Michelle Treber
Emotional Wellbeing
Menopause and New Beginnings
Menopause is a fact of life that affects every woman around the world.  There is no universal menopause experience.  But, for all women, menopause can mark the beginning of an exciting new time of life. Join Dr. Cynthia Evans for this discussion about menopause.
April 16, 2019 • Cynthia Evans
Parenting & Family
Smart Start: Teaching Preschoolers About Money
Smart Start Teaching Children About Money is an educational curriculum designed to teach children ages 3-5 the basic concepts of money. Designed to be delivered in developmentally appropriate lessons, Smart Start explores questions such as “what is money?” and “what do we do with it?”
April 10, 2019 • Heather Reister
YP4H Spotlight: Team Challenges and Wellness Week
Join us for an educational overview of YP4H's team challenges, how to create your own team, an overview of the upcoming Hawaiian Islands challenge, and discussion of Wellness Week events which will take place May 13-17. There will be time for discussion and you can ask challenge-related questions of our Virgin Pulse and Your Plan 4 Health colleagues.
April 3, 2019
Financial Wellness
Learn About Your Roth IRA
A Roth IRA is an individual retirement account allowing a person to set aside after-tax income up to a specified amount each year. Both earnings on the account and withdrawals after age 59½ are tax-free. Learn more about this type of investing and how it could benefit you.
April 3, 2019 • Nquilter@retirement-strategies.com
Tobacco Cessation
The OSU Health Plan will be hosting a tobacco cessation educational webinar on September 5th as Tobacco Treatment Specialists Adam Roberts and Michael Bramlish discuss your tobacco cessation benefits and strategies to quit smoking for good. *Due to the sensitive nature of this webinar, all names of members attending this webinar will remain private to ensure your confidentiality.
March 21, 2019 • Adam Roberts/Michael Bramlish
Emotional Wellbeing
YP4H Program Spotlight: Whil
Whil, a program available to you through YP4H’s Virgin Pulse, is a goal-based digital training system is focused on helping adults and teens to be healthier, happier, and more engaged through programs for stress resilience, wellbeing and high performance. Learn more about how to use Whil and what it can do for you.
March 13, 2019 • YP4H/VP
Parenting & Family
Buckeye Baby: PTs roll in 4th trimester care
The class will review the new terminology of the 4th trimester, and review how PT can be an active participant in caring for a mother in her 4th trimester. We will review musculoskeletal complaints, common diagnosis and treatment options.
February 26, 2019 • Laura Ward