OWWL: Older Women’s Wellness for Life
Older Women's Wellness for Life (OWWL; a program that evolved from our Alumni Health and Wellness Program) is a one-day event designed for women ages 55 and older to invest in themselves. The day's schedule includes health and fitness assessments along with the creation of a personalized physical activity/exercise plan. Participants will also attend workshops on topics related to nutrition, motivation, and the importance of physical activity for women's health.
|7:00AM - Welcome
|11:30AM - Cooking Demo
|7:15AM - Blood work, DEXA, and Questionnaires
|1:00PM - Walk or shuttle to Godwin
|7:30AM - Breakfast
|1:30PM - Roundtable Discussion
|8:15AM - Welcome
|2:30PM - Physical Activity Workshop
|8:30AM - Roundtable Discussion
|3:30PM - Snack/break
|9:10AM - Group Photo
|3:45PM - Discussion of Data Results
|9:30AM - Fitness Testing
|4:30PM - Shuttle to hotel
|11:15AM - Shuttle to HBS
|6:00PM - Dinner in Harrisonburg
Spring 2023 Program:
The 2023 Older Women’s Wellness for Life program will be held on Saturday, April 29th. The event registration has reached capacity however, we are accepting waitlist registrations at this time.
To register for the waitlist, please use the link below. The payment link is included at the end of registration, but can also be accessed here:
If you have any questions about the Spring 2023 OWWL program, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to connect with you!
We have reserved a block of rooms at Hotel Madison on JMU's campus. Hotel Madison is providing us a special rate of $147/night under the group name of "Morrison Bruce Center." You are responsible for booking and paying for your own room. Reservations should be made as soon as possible as only rooms booked by March 28th are guaranteed our discounted rate.
710 S Main St
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
Phone: (540) 564-0200
Note: We will be providing transportation to and from the hotel on Saturday if needed.
please feel free to contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
OWWL 2022 in Review
The 2022 program was our first in-person program since the pandemic. Program components included clinical and exercise testing, a cooking demonstration, a sound bathing experience at the Arboretum, and a chair yoga class. Additionally, attendees participated in discussions focused on ecopsychology, immunology, and plant-based diets. Before leaving, each participant received a personalized exercise plan created by JMU exercise science students. These prescriptions, along with testing results, were explained and demonstrated thoroughly by the Morrison Bruce Center staff.