evrē—pronounced “every”—is UCHealth’s signature health initiative celebrating all women.


evrē—pronounced “every”—is UCHealth’s signature health initiative celebrating all women.


Better than ever: Five years of celebrating women.

evrē is back to celebrate the fifth anniversary of our signature women’s wellness event. This year, we’re highlighting women’s resiliency and showing support by providing tools and tips to stay stronger, happier and healthier than ever. With speaker workshops, fitness classes, health screenings, a local makers market and more, we’ll help get each other ready for whatever comes next. You don’t want to miss this!


Keynote Speaker

Erin Andrews

Keynote Speaker and Panel Moderator

Erin Andrews is a television personality, actress and a trailblazing national sports reporter. She currently contributes exclusive interview and sideline reports for FOX Sports and recently launched her women’s NFL apparel line, WEAR by Erin Andrews.

In 2022, Andrews became the first female recipient to be honored with the prestigious Pat Summerall Award, recognizing her career and the impact she’s made in the community.

Andrews also made a name for herself in entertainment co-hosting ABC’s long-running reality series, “Dancing with the Stars,” alongside Tom Bergeron for 11 seasons.

Erin is a cervical cancer survivor and partnered with Hologic, a women’s health company, to launch “We Can Change This STAT” which encourages women to receive their annual health exams. Erin openly speaks out about health and wellness and the importance of speaking up when you need help.

A native of Lewiston, Maine, she and her husband, Jarret, currently live in California.


Gloria Neal​

Host and Panelist

Gloria Neal has more than 30 years of experience as a business consultant, journalist, emcee, panelist, moderator, public-speaking coach, facilitator and podcast host.  

Gloria’s company, GloKnows Unlimited, partners with city, state, nonprofits and business organizations to conduct ESG/DEI and CSR presentations and training. As the lead consultant, Gloria serves companies in diverse markets that seek to advance their mission by implementing sustainability and inclusion within their organizations.

Gloria also has experience as a tv news anchor and reporter, radio talk show host, magazine columnist and podcast host. She is also a community steward. Following her time being on air, she has served as the Director of Public Affairs during the last four years of Mayor Hancock’s administration within the City and County of Denver.


Aditi Shah


Peloton Instructor

Aditi Shah is a South Asian wellness leader based in New York City who teaches live classes for Peloton. She is an advisor to Startup Girl Foundation, a global Puma ambassador, speaker and actor. She’s committed to supporting women as a leader, friend, investor and educator and is honored to promote inclusivity and cultural exchange through her work as well as through Asian events around the world. Through fitness, wellness and culture, Aditi hopes to foster deep connections and empower individuals to live authentically and to their full potential.

Kira Stokes​

Panelist and Fitness Instructor

The Stoked Method
Class: Stoked AthletiCORE SHRED

Kira Stokes is a health and wellness expert based in New York City with more than 25 years of experience in the fitness industry. After graduating from Boston College with a degree in psychology and a minor in health sciences, Kira went on to become a celebrity personal trainer and group fitness coach. She is certified in NASM-CPT, NASM-PES, NASM-WFS, FRCms, pre/postnatal and more.

In 2019, Kira launched her own fitness application, the Kira Stokes Fit App, which makes her award-winning science-backed workouts, The Stoked Method, accessible to everyone. Kira has also built her own fitness and apparel product line.

Fitness Instructors

Jillian Keaveny

Fitness Instructor

Compass Fitness
Hustle + Flow

Briana Roy

Fitness Instructor

FLY Kickbox
Class: Kickboxing

Beneficiary: Help & Hope Center

evrē will donate 100% of ticket sales earned in 2023 to the Help & Hope Center.

Help & Hope Center is a non-profit human service organization dedicated to providing assistance to people in Douglas and Elbert counties who are in serious economic need, at risk of homelessness or in a similar crisis. They address immediate needs by consistently providing food and other necessities for the financially fragile in our community—making life-changing differences for our neighbors in need.

Where is evrē?

UCHealth Training Center
13655 East Broncos Parkway
Englewood, CO 80112


Doors open.



8:45am – 9:30am

Keynote speaker.

9:40am – 10:10am

Hustle + Flow with Jillian or FLY Kickboxing with Briana Roy.

10:20am – 10:50am

Stoked AthletiCORE SHRED with Kira Stokes.

11:00am – 11:30am


12:00pm – 12:45pm



Closing remarks.


Doors Close.

Health services, vendor village and demos will be available all day.

You could make an impact in the world of genetic research. By joining the biobank, researchers can learn more about what will help better fight the diseases that affect you, your loved ones, future generations and the community at large.

Participation is easy, and no extra appointments are needed.

  1. Read and sign the biobank consent form in your My Health Connection patient portal.
  2. Provide a genetic sample. We will collect saliva samples at evrē from those who are interested.

UCHealth audiologists will be onsite, providing complimentary hearing screenings.

Breast Health
It’s never too early to start thinking about your breast health, so we want to make it easy to schedule a mammogram and learn more from a UCHealth breast-health educator. Women who receive regular mammograms have a 47% lower risk of dying from breast cancer compared to those who don’t—and the good news is that breast cancer deaths have declined since 1990 due to early detection, better screening, increased awareness and new treatment options. Let’s keep the momentum going!

Colon Health
Meet with our team to learn about colonoscopies.

CU School of Medicine and Colorado School of Public Health
Our partners at CU School of Medicine and Colorado School of Public Health will have preventive-medicine trained physicians on hand to discuss a variety of health-related topics.

Our partner, The Sun Bus, will provide free EltaMD sunscreen samples, sun-safety and skin-cancer education and facial-skin screenings with the Reveal Imager provided by local dermatologists, dermatology physician assistants and dermatology nurses.

Elite Speed Healthy Aging Group Session
Our partners at Elite speed will provide 15-minute group sessions on specific areas of focus. They will discuss key points related to pain, stiffness or weakness and exercise modifications for each area and will go through a group-movement assessment.

  • 9:00 am – 9:15 am: Neck and shoulder
  • 10:00 am – 10:15 am: Hip- and low-back pain
  • 11:00 am – 11:15 am: Knee
  • 12:00 am – 12:15 pm: Foot and ankle

Elite Speed will also provide strength assessments, demonstrations and information on the benefits of staying strong, training and aging between these sessions.

Functional-Movement Assessment
Functional-movement screenings assess your squat, single-leg squat and balance. Corrective exercises for these movements will be provided by physical therapists.

Healthy Hearts Biometric Screening
Choice of biometric screening or blood test (A1C, TSH, cortisol, vitamin D, creatine, CRP).

Ludeman Family Center for Women’s Health Research
Talk to several Ludeman Center researchers who will be available to speak about health topics during the times listed below. We will also have educational materials to improve your overall health and information about how to get involved with women’s health and sex-differences research.

  • 8:30 am – 10:00 am: Seth Creasy, PhD
    Assstant Professor of Medicine
    Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes
    University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
    Dr. Creasy’s research is focused on understanding how patterns of physical activity, sleep and food-intake behaviors are related to long-term weight loss. Dr. Creasy will discuss and make recommendations for weight management with participants. Dr. Creasy can also focus on when to exercise for weight management.
  • 10:00 am – 11:30 am: Ann Caldwell, PhD
    Assistant Professor of Medicine
    Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes
    University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
    Dr. Caldwell’s research interests are focused at the intersection of evolutionary and health psychology, primarily in the domain of energy balance, exercise and weight management.
  • 11:30 am – 1:00 pm:  Megan Moriarty Kelsey, MD, MS
    Associate Professor in Pediatric Endocrinology
    Children’s Hospital Colorado
    Director of Lifestyle Medicine Endocrinology
    Medical Director of the Bariatric Surgery Center
    Dr. Kelsey’s current clinical research focuses on prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes in youth, with a particular interest in how puberty impacts the risk for diabetes and understanding why girls are more at risk to develop youth-onset type 2 diabetes than boys.

Pelvic-Floor Physical Therapy
Pelvic-floor physical therapists will be available to discuss pelvic-floor PT. They will provide interactive anatomy handouts and demonstrate basic pelvic-floor exercises.

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Bringing the healthy benefits of on-site chair massage to you.

Bringing chair massage to small businesses, corporations, events, parties and conventions since 2008. Chair massage can improve your quality of life, right here and now.

Offers one-on-one assisted stretches that are customized to any specific needs, problem areas or certain muscle groups.

Born in a garage in Boulder, Colorado, ROLL Recovery has grown to be a leader in recovery and athletic performance and innovators in deep-tissue massage therapy. Founded, owned and operated by athletes, ROLL Recovery’s mission is to create exceptional products to help athletes recover more efficiently and perform at their highest level.

American Heart Association will provide hands-on CPR training.

Row House offers 45-minute high-energy, efficient, music-driven group classes combining rowing intervals with resistance-based floor exercises for the ultimate all-in-one, low-impact, cardio-enhancing, full-body strength workout. We are an inclusive group environment for all fitness levels that builds bodies up instead of breaking them down.

Rendever Meditation
Find balance in your body and mind in this 15-minute guided meditation.

Demo Alcove, the first family-oriented virtual-reality app. A virtual home filled with endless experiences to discover and explore, it’s a place to connect with loved ones all over the world. Packed with games, world travel, media, customization, relaxation and adventure, there’s always something new to experience on Alcove.

Demo RendeverFit™, the first virtual-reality platform that combines physical fitness with cognitive stimulation and social engagement. It was created to motivate physical activity, a critical component of healthy aging. Because Rendever’s mission is to overcome social isolation, this platform was also designed to combat loneliness through delightful immersive experiences and friendly competition that increases engagement across the board.

PEAK Rowing is a club that is powerfully engaged in athletic kinship! We are new and building a membership for masters, adaptive and veteran rowers. We’re offering Learn to Row courses on Standley using an Oarboard and SUP until we can afford rack space for real boats. Power 10 with us!

HIITSQUAD will be educating on the importance of strength training for women along with demonstrating how to use barbells to help accomplish your fitness goals. Barbell strength without the intimidation! 

Any reference or link to a third party obtained from this website describing, advertising, or selling a specific product, process, or service does not constitute or imply an endorsement or recommendation by UCHealth, its related entities, affiliates or subsidiaries of the product, process, or service, or its producer or provider. The views and opinions expressed in any referenced document or linked third-party website do not necessarily state or reflect those of UCHealth, its related entities, affiliates or subsidiaries.

Where do I park?

Parking is free for all attendees. Primary parking is located in front of the UCHealth Training Center with overflow parking located in the dirt lot just west. Shuttles will be provided to transport attendees from overflow lot to the front doors.

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 any of the fitness classes or yoga sessions, 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. Attendees will be able to store heavy coats/boots if needed inside the UCHealth Training Center.

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?

  • Have your Eventbrite ticket available (either visible on your cell phone, in a confirmation email, or hard copy print out)
  • Bring your signed waiver for check in  (we also will have waivers on hand if you need one)
  • 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 barre3 class or either of the yoga sessions
  • Some of the drop-in vendors will have items for sale, so you may want to bring a wallet/purse.

Your registration fee covers all fitness classes, main stage presentations, drop-in demos, assessments, chair massages, one free health screening (either biometric screen or other) food and refreshments throughout the morning, and a special giveaway to all attendees.

How long will the event last?

The doors open at 8:00 a.m. & the event will conclude at 1:30 p.m. You are welcome to tailor your morning/your stay based on your interests and availability. Please see event schedule on the event website.

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 yoga session, we kindly ask you to bring your own mat. It is do-able for yoga poses to be performed directly on the artificial turf, but just more comfortable to have a mat.

Will there be food/beverages available?

Yes. Light offerings (including vegan and gluten-free options) will be available throughout the event so you can grab and go and enjoy in the lounge area or in your seat during presentations on the main stage. Juices, tea, coffee will also be available. The Denver Broncos kindly ask that all food and beverages (with the exception of water) be kept in the main stage seating area and the lounge area where protective flooring will be down. The lounge 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 water dispensers located on the field.

Can I take photos?

Yes! 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.

Please print this waiver to sign and bring with you to evrē 2023. Thanks!

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