Wilson Recreation Center and Taishoff Aquatics Pavilion will undergo procedural changes starting July 1, according to a Monday email from Duke Recreation & Physical Education.
Reservations will no longer be required for Wilson, though capacity limits will remain in place; these limits are 75 in the weight room, 25 in the cardio area and two on the indoor track.
The following Rec & P.E. Spotlight was contributed by Chris Hendricks, Assistant Director of Outdoor Adventures.
Before March 2020, memberships at Duke Recreation were built around access to gym and pool facilities, equipment rentals, and group activities like fitness classes, IM sports, clubs and outdoor activities. When the pandemic forced Duke Recreation to shut down facilities and in person activities, we immediately began to reinvent ourselves.
Image Credit: Duke SEPC, Virtually Yours Newsletter
The inaugural Duke Sports Business Conference, a student-led event committed to inspiring students to explore the intersection of sports and business, had over one thousand people attend the virtual conference that featured the following speakers and panels.
In honor of Duke’s Wellness Day, the instructors in Health, Wellness and Physical Education (HWPE) took some time to reflect on the topic of wellness and how they incorporate this into their lives. Here are some of the ways they practice wellness and self-care: