Woodside Wellness Services

At Woodside Senior Communities our vision is to enhance lives through a passion for wellness.  One of the ways we do this is through our Wellness Services programs.  Residents enjoy one-to-one personal training or group exercise classes with our professionally trained staff.  Classes include walking the Brown County nature trails, swimming at the Ashwaubenon Community Center, drumming sessions, kick boxing and so much more!

Our staff will meet you where you are in your exercise and wellness journey and help you achieve your goals.  To learn more about our Wellness Services programs call 920.660.7840 today!

Join Us For “Take Control of Your Wellness”

The “Take Control of Your Wellness” three part wellness series will be held January 12, 19 and 26 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM at Woodside Oaks, 1031 Anderson Drive, Green Bay.  If you are age 55 and older, mark your calendars and plan to attend!  RSVPs are required by January 4 by calling 920.634.3636 or by emailing amackenzie@woodsidelh.org.  For more information, click here to view the flyer.

January Wellness Tip

By Jen Milquet, Wellness Coordinator

Baby it is cold outside!  The holidays are over and winter is definitely here.  January is the time to refocus on yourself and your health!  When it comes to diet, it can be hard to stay on track with healthy eating while integrating all the needed daily vitamins and minerals.  Did you ever think about adding more soup into your diet?  Not only will it help warm you up in these winter months, but soup is also a great way to reach your daily vegetable intake.  Here are some facts to help convince you to try more soup today:

Soup Adds More Vitamins and Minerals into Your Diet: Research has found that people who eat more soup have a better diet quality.  Most soups contain vegetables which means an easy way to ingest more vitamins and minerals.

You Eat Less Calories: People who start their meal with soup have a tendency to eat fewer calories with their main entrée.  Soup can also help you to stay full longer and fill up quicker.

Soup Helps to Keep You Hydrated: In the cold months we tend to be more sedentary which means we tend to not drink as much.  Soups are mostly liquid, so they are a great way to stay hydrated.

Soup Can Boost Your Immune System: Back to those vitamins and minerals.  In the midst of cold and flu season, soup can help improve your immune system with all the nutrients packed into a bowl.  Not only that, but warm liquid can feel good on a sore throat, too.

Click here for a heart healthy soup recipe packed with nutrients.  Wishing you a happy and healthy new year!

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes!  We will meet with you to discuss your wellness goals and work with you and your physician to create a plan to meet your needs.

Yes, contact Jen Milquet at 920.660.7840.  Wellness Services gift certificates make great gifts for those who are hard to shop for or have everything already!

Yes, there is a fee for Wellness Services.  The fee is based on the type(s) of services you receive.

Meet Our Wellness Services Team

Jen Milquet, PTA

Jen Milquet, PTA

Wellness Services Coordinator
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Callie Adamczak

Callie Adamczak

Wellness Services Specialist
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