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Health promotion services

Presentations & workshops 

Concordia’s Health Promotion Specialists promote health education across the entire Concordia community. This includes class presentations and presentations to staff and faculty on a variety of healthy living/wellness topics, consultations for university committees, curriculum infusion, and more. 

FutureReady’s Growth and Balance workshops support undergraduate students in exploring their strengths to find balance across their life.

GradProSkills Wellness and Life Balance workshops support graduate students in finding balance in their personal and academic lives and provide strategies to deal with stress and uncertainty. 

Healthy living coaching 

Concordia’s Health Promotion Specialists offer one-on-one appointments with Concordia students to help you set and achieve your health goals. They can help you make changes for better health including quitting smoking, becoming more active, sleeping well, achieving a healthy weight, managing stress and more.  

Fitness & personal training

Concordia Recreation offers fitness activities and intramural sports competition to more than 6,000 people annually. With more than 70 offerings spread across both campuses, there is something for everyone. 

Concordia’s PERFORM Centre offers health and fitness programming to Concordians and the general community. Services are currently on hold; please visit their website for updates. 

Physical activity information compiled by Concordia professionals is available through our Health Topics library. Find reliable, evidence-based information to support your health.


Nutrition counselling

Concordia’s Health Promotion Specialists provide nutrition guidance for students who want to improve their eating habits. This service offers reliable information and goal-setting strategies. 

Find a dietitian in Canada by searching the Dietitians of Canada’s database of registered dietitians, which can be filtered by criteria such as language and location. 

Healthy eating information compiled by Concordia professionals is available through our Health Topics library. Find reliable, evidence-based information to support your health.

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