The NCRPA Wellness Blog is the Blog for NC Recreation and Parks Professionals. We will feature posts from NCRPA members, staff, and wellness advocates about all the latest wellness news, insights and tips in our field. Topics will include but are not limited to health and wellness programs, policies, infrastructure, and more! The opinions of The NCRPA Wellness blog contributors don't necessarily reflect the editorial position of North Carolina Recreation and Park Association or it's partners as a whole.

October 22, 2018

In honor of our conference, this week’s wellness blog focuses on how to stay healthy when you are away from home.  These five conference wellness tips will allow you make the most out of your time in Winston-Salem!

1. Utilize your hotel’s fitness room for a quick workou...

October 15, 2018

Can you believe that Halloween is just two short weeks away?  With all of the candy and sweet treats associated with the holiday, it can be hard to create healthy Halloween programming. This wellness blog will give your department a few ideas to incorporate healthy ide...

October 8, 2018

This Wednesday, October 10th is Walk to School Day! Walk to School Day is a great opportunity to partner with your local school system to encourage the use of nearby park and recreation land as safe routes to get to school. This wellness blog will detail Walk to School...

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