SAVE THE DATE!

The next evrē will be held
Saturday, February 29, 2020.

If you’d like to be included in advance communications, send us an email at: UCHPartnerships@uchealth.org

Watch highlights from the 2019 event.

What is evrē?


UCHealth presents evrē – a health and wellness event celebrating all women. Get ready to take on this year with fresh focus, invigorated intention, and a few new ways to move YOU forward. Kick start your year with a goal-setting workshop, fitness class options, and a keynote panel; plus drop-in health screenings, light breakfast and refreshments throughout the morning.

2019 Speakers


“Her Story”

Four female trailblazers will share how they have shaped their unique stories, from building their careers and running their businesses to raising families and staying healthy while incorporating their own forms of self-care. The session will be moderated by Jacki Carr, with time for Q&A from the audience. Immediately following the discussion, attendees will have the chance to mingle with all the speakers, fitness instructors and ambassadors.

Jacki Carr

Jacki Carr is a goal coach, writer, motivational speaker and mother. She is the co-founder of Rock Your Bliss, a women-centric transformation company with the mission to turn intention into action. She is a Lightyear Leadership faculty member and has her 200-hour yoga teacher certification and Yin yoga teacher training. Jacki has worked with companies such as Patagonia, Women & Inc. and Nike, developing their leadership and culture.


Create Your Legacy: A Vision and Goal-Mapping Session with Jacki Carr

Join goal coach Jacki Carr for an intentional morning of discovering vision and mapping goals. In this session, explore the future’s possibilities free of present constraints like time, money, experience, etc., and learn how to set powerful goals to turn vision into reality. Expect a guided meditation on the future, connection with like-minded women, real talk on “failing forward” and when to pivot your goals and the development of language and tools to design your reality. No more “should-ing” all over ourselves, let’s create with intention, clarity and personal power.

Amy Jo Martin

Amy Jo Martin is the author of The New York Times bestseller “Renegades Write the Rules” and host of the acclaimed “Why Not Now?” podcast. Operating under the motto that “humans connect with humans, not logos,” she founded Digital Royalty in 2009 to help corporations, celebrities and sports entities including Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Shaquille O’Neal, Hilton Worldwide, Nike and others humanize their online presence through their social media channels. With a social media following of more than one million, Amy Jo was named the third-most-powerful woman on Twitter by Forbes. In 2018, she launched Renegade Brand Bootcamp, a three-month intensive training course designed to help female founders elevate their businesses and own their online voices.

Jessica Mendoza

Two-time Olympian, three-time world champion and four-time first team All-American softball player, Jessica Mendoza now serves as an analyst on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball. Both her sports and television careers have been marked by tremendous wins, from school records still held today at Stanford University, Olympic gold and silver medals and World and World Cup Championships to serving as the first female Major League Baseball game analyst for ESPN.

Emily Schromm

Emily Schromm is a personal trainer, nutritional therapy practitioner and serial entrepreneur with the mission to help people empower themselves through their food choices and movement. She invented the weight-training backpack, the EmPack, is the creator and host of the “Meathead Hippie” podcast, creator of Element Tea and founder of Platform Strength gym in Denver. Her online programs can be found on her website.

2019 Fitness Instructors and Classes

Natalie Uhling

Natalie is a movement specialist focused on helping individuals discover true happiness through moving. As the creator of the NUFit fitness method, she helps women all over the world achieve their goals by creating positive, high-energy environments where they can truly thrive. She has worked with top fitness leaders, businesses, professional athletes and celebrities while also serving as an Under Armour ambassador and one of the lead female trainers for the NBCUniversal on-demand service, Radius Fitness.


NUFit Signature Class Description:

This 60-minute, full-body workout fuses the best elements of cardio and spot toning for both strengthening and mindfulness. Join the #NUFitSQUAD, and take your body and mind to new heights with this class built around self-love, empowerment and fun.

Jillian Keaveny

Jillian is a Denver-based fitness and yoga instructor and co-founder of Compass Fitness. Driven by her passion to connect mind, body and heart in her teaching, Jillian also produces fitness and yoga events, including Fit + Fold and FitFest, leads Beach.Movement.Balance wellness retreats, collaborates with Sound Off Colorado silent disco, DJs fitness classes throughout Denver and serves as a lululemon ambassador. Jillian has been an 200-hour RYS certified yoga instructor since 2010 and has a Bachelor’s degree in kinesiology.


Buns & Guns Class Description:

Using the tiny-but-mighty mini-loop resistance band, this strength-based class combines heavy pulling and pushing movements with Pilates- and yoga-based small movements to target the backside and arms. Cardio might also make a cameo appearance. This class will leave you wishing toilets were taller and long-sleeved shirts were never a thing.

Gina Caputo

Gina Caputo, founder and director of the Colorado School of Yoga, is the Yogini On The Loose. She teaches Integrated Vinyasa yoga internationally while championing messages of self-awareness, self-acceptance and self-empowerment through the practice and meditation as a way to activate the changes you wish to see in the world.


Integrated Vinyasa Yoga Class Description:

This all-levels session complements the morning fitness classes as an inviting place to land and unwind. This thoughtful practice explores a gradual range of motion at each major joint, the release of each major muscle group and restoration of balance in the nervous system via mindful, slow-flow movement, awareness and intentional breathing.

Where is evrē?


UCHealth Training Center
13403 East Broncos Parkway
Englewood, CO 80112

Time Event Description
8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m Registration and Check-In Lounge Area open for duration of event:

  • Light refreshments & snacks
  • Vendors/demos

 

Health options available for duration of event:

  • Sun Safety Counseling using UV Reveal Camera by Colorado Skin Cancer Task Force (CSCTF)
  • Biometric screen UCHealth Healthy Hearts
9:00 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. Create Your Legacy: A Vision and Goal-Mapping Session with Jacki Carr Join goal coach Jacki Carr for an intentional morning of discovering vision and mapping goals. In this session, explore the future’s possibilities free of present constraints like time, money, experience, etc., and learn how to set powerful goals to turn vision into reality. Expect a guided meditation on the future, connection with like-minded women, real talk on “failing forward” and when to pivot your goals and the development of language and tools to design your reality. No more “should-ing” all over ourselves, let’s create with intention, clarity and personal power.
9:50 a.m. – 10:35 a.m. NU Fit Signature Class with Natalie Uhling This full-body workout fuses the best elements of cardio and spot toning for both strengthening and mindfulness. Join the #NUFitSQUAD, and take your body and mind to new heights with this class built around self-love, empowerment and fun.
Buns & Guns Class with Jillian Keaveny Using the tiny-but-mighty mini-loop resistance band, this strength-based class combines heavy pulling and pushing movements with Pilates- and yoga-based small movements to target backside and arms. Cardio might also make a cameo appearance. This class will leave you wishing toilets were taller and long-sleeved shirts were never a thing.
11:00 a.m. – 11:40 a.m Integrated Vinyasa Yoga Class with Gina Caputo This all-levels session complements the morning fitness classes as an inviting place to land and unwind. This thoughtful practice explores a gradual range of motion at each major joint, the release of each major muscle group and restoration of balance in the nervous system via mindful, slow-flow movement, awareness and intentional breathing.
11:50 a.m. – 12:35 p.m. Keynote Panel Amy Jo Martin, Emily Schromm and Jessica Mendoza.
12:40 p.m. – 1:10 p.m. Meet & Greet with all Speakers and Instructors
1:30 p.m. Event Ends


Where do I park? Does it cost to park?

You will be parking at the UCHealth Training Center, in the lot that is in front of the Denver Broncos Team Store: 13403 East Broncos Parkway in Englewood. Parking is free.

 

Where do I enter the UCHealth Training Center for evrē?

You will be entering the facility through the same doors for the Denver Broncos Team Store. There will be signage and staff outside directing you from the parking lot and greeting you at the appropriate doors.

 

What is appropriate attire for the event?

Attendees are welcome to wear athleisure attire for working out/practicing yoga. Even if you do not plan to participate in either of the fitness classes, or yoga session, you are still encouraged to come in comfortable, relaxed attire. As temperatures can be cooler inside the UCHealth Training Center due to the extremely large space/high ceilings, bringing layers is recommended (e.g., fleece jacket, warm up jacket, vest).

 

What if the weather that day is cold and snowy? Will I be able to change/put a heavy coat and boots somewhere?

Yes. All attendees will have access to the locker room inside the UCHealth Training Center. You will be able to store coats, any extra footwear, workout bag, etc. The lockers are open (do not have actual doors) but will be monitored by event staff (no other events are happening at the UCHealth Training Center) and only registered attendees will be able to access the field and the locker room.

 

Will there be changing rooms if I want to change after a fitness class?

Yes, you will have access to restrooms and the locker room to change if desired.

 

What do I need to bring?

  • Bring your signed waiver for check in
  • Have your Eventbrite ticket available (either visible on your cell phone, in a confirmation email, or hard copy print out)
  • Wear appropriate apparel & footwear if you are participating in a fitness class or yoga
  • Bring a yoga mat if you plan to participate in the Restorative Yoga with Gina Caputo
  • Some of the drop-in vendors will have items for sale, so you may want to bring a wallet/purse. Additionally, the Denver Broncos will be extending a special discount for all attendees who would like to shop in the team store when evrē concludes.
  • Your registration fee covers all classes, sessions, food and refreshments throughout the morning, and a special giveaway to all attendees.

 

How long will the event last?

The doors open at 8:30 a.m. The opening workshop starts at 9:00 a.m. and the closing keynote panel will wrap up at approximately 12:40 p.m. There will be a 30-minute meet & greet following the panel for attendees to talk with the fitness instructors and/or speakers. There will also be some extra time throughout the day to check out the vendor village and use the Recovery Zone. You are welcome to tailor your morning/your stay based on your interests and availability. Please see event schedule on the event website here: uchealth.org/evre

 

Can I bring my children? Is there child care?

This event is for adult women (18 and up). There are no child care services at the Training Center so please make arrangements accordingly.

 

Do I need to bring my own yoga mat?

Yes. If you plan to participate in the Integrated Vinyasa Yoga session, we kindly ask you to bring your own mat. We will only have a very limited number of mats to borrow. It is certainly do-able for many yoga poses to be performed on the artificial turf as well.

 

Will there be food/beverages available?

Yes. Light offerings for breakfast, snacking and lunch will be available throughout the event so you can grab and go and enjoy in the lounge area on the 50 yard line. Juices, hot tea, coffee, iced green tea will also be available. The Denver Broncos kindly ask that all food and beverages (with the exception of water) be kept in the lounge area. The lounge is located on the 50 yard line and will be identified by signs and décor and seating options. All food and beverage is included in your registration.

 

Can I bring my own water bottle?

Yes, we encourage you to bring a reusable water bottle and you can refill at the refreshment station, or at one of the water dispensers located on the field.

 

What kind of vendors/drop in stations will be on site?

The following community partners and vendors will be set up in our lounge/vendor village area on the 50-yard line:

  • UCHealth Healthy Hearts – receive a complimentary biometric screen. Sign up in advance for an appointment here or drop by during the event.
  • Sun Safety Counseling provided by CU Dermatology – receive a complimentary facial screen to understand sun damage and any areas of concern.
  • RX Bar
  • Vital Proteins
  • EmPac by Evolved Motion
  • Well Set
  • Mellivora
  • Colorado Aromatics Skincare
  • Rise Nation Colorado
  • White Lotus Therapeutics
  • Peace Cellar

 

Can I take photos?

Yes of course. We encourage you to take photos, post and share your evrē experience. Use #evre and tag @uchealth on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for the chance to win a prize.


2019 Event Sponsors and Vendors


Thank you to the organizations who have made this event possible with generous in-kind donations: