Physical Resilience Resources

Beach YogaPhysical Resilience is the ability to adopt and sustain healthy behaviors. Strong bodies build strong minds.

Explore the videos, links and information below to help you and your family build physical resilience.

Physical Fitness: Manage Stress through Movement

NHRMC trainers are committed to helping you manage and reduce stress through innovative virtual fitness and movement classes.

  • Enjoy free live and pre-recorded classes, led by Personal Trainers and yoga instructors, as well as daily tips and challenges to stay fit
  • LIVE classes are held Monday-Saturday at 9 a.m. and noon. Tune in to these classes through the Employee Fitness Center’s Facebook page
  • Email Sheri Albertson to join the Covid-19 Weight Maintenance Challenge or with any questions about fitness.
  • Contact Sheri Albertson with any questions on physical fitness: Sheri Albertson

Healthy Eating: The Basics of Good Nutrition Can Boost Your Mood

Though routines may be disrupted, we want to help you stick to healthy eating plans for you and your family.

  • NHRMC Registered Dietitians host LIVE healthy cooking classes Tuesday at noon and Wednesday at 6 p.m. Tune in to these classes through the Employee Fitness Center’s Facebook page
  • The Wellness Registered Dietitians are available for free virtual one-on-one appointments by calling (910) 667-4143
  • Contact Ana Evans with any questions on healthy eating/nutrition:

Access to Food: Local Discounts and Meal Assistance

NHRMC acknowledges that COVID-19 has impacted nearly every aspect of our employees lives, including, for some, where the next meal will come from. 

  • Green Lean Clean (GLC): healthy meals available for delivery
    • NHRMC is working with GLC to ensure that our employees continue to have access to nutritious meals, both at work and at home. GLC will also be offering discounted meal delivery to employees' homes.

Click here for more information on ordering GLC meals.

Sleep for Health

Is getting 5 or 6 hours of sleep per night enough? It's a question that's worth learning about — nearly 35 percent of adults get less than the recommended 7+ hours per night. And there are many facts that support increasing that number.

Sleep affects every aspect of your waking life. It is essential to your overall well-being. Seek help if you're not getting a good night's rest.

Click here to see United Healthcare's Tips on Sleep Health, including a list of "To-Do's" to help you snooze.