Kingston University will mark Valentine’s Day with their annual health week, offering a host of free activities for staff and students.

Health Week returns to Kingston University

Kingston University will mark Valentine’s Day with their annual health week, offering a host of free activities for staff and students.

The event, which will run from February 14 to 18, will offer everything from workout classes at the gym to stress workshops for students.

Sports Development Manager, Jo Heath, explained: “The main reason for holding the event is to help improve staff and student health.”

“We want to get more people participating in sport and looking after their wellbeing – which is about so much more than keeping fit.”

Also on offer are ‘stop smoking’ drop-in sessions, 20 minute health checks, nutritional workshops, and work out classes.

If you cycle, walk or work out at the Fitness Centre before 8:30am you will be able to pick up a free voucher for a free healthy breakfast courtesy of catering company Avenance.

Students can also pick up free Chlamydia tests at points across the university.

Mrs Heath added: “Health Week gets more popular with every year and hopefully this will once again prove true. Everyone can get involved and take a step to getting a little healthier.”

For more information on what’s available throughout Health Week, click here.

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