What is evre?
UCHealth presents evrē – our signature health and wellness event celebrating all women. Take advantage of the extra leap day and join us for a morning of fitness offerings, hands-on demos, inspirational presentations; plus, drop-in health screenings, a bit of retail therapy courtesy of local businesses in the wellness space, and light refreshments throughout the morning.
Workshop Presentation by Jacki Carr
Let’s talk about the B words: Busy, Balance and Boundaries.
Goal coach and motivational speaker Jacki Carr joins us for a conversation around the elusive concept of balance.
Attendees will walk away with:
- A new relationship with what it means to be busy (it is not always a bad thing!)
- A new definition of balance to support overall wellness.
- Tools to create boundaries that honor one’s internal motivation to say yes or no.
Whether on one of her signature Goals Hikes or on a retreat on the Green River with her clients, Jacki is a leader in transformation, known for facilitating real conversations and authentic connection under a new approach to goal-setting. She believes in a world where we all truly belong and each and every one of us has unique gifts to contribute.
2020 Keynote Panel
“Eat smart, sleep well, strategize balance: how to fit in self-care when life has other plans for you.”
Nastia Liukin became part of gymnastics elite when she took home the gold medal for the all-around event at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. After retiring from the sport at 22, Nastia set out to make her mark on the gymnastics world and beyond. She began commentating with NBC, solidifying her position as one of gymnastics’ best analysts. She started a tech platform to empower the next generation of female athletes by connecting them to their mentors, sports psychologists, nutritionists, college recruiters and her Olympic peers. She also founded one of the most coveted Olympic qualifying events in gymnastics, The Nastia Liukin Cup. This Olympic year, Nastia will head to Tokyo with NBC to commentate the women’s gymnastics events.
Jo is a women’s lifestyle coach who has dared to lead hundreds of women down a path of radical self-acceptance, recognized as one of the Top 20 Health and Wellness Role Models by Thrive Global founder and CEO, Arianna Huffington. By empowering people to cultivate their inner strength, Jo is a source of authenticity in the fitness industry, an aesthetics-dominated industry that often emphasizes physical appearance over wellness. She is the founder of GOFITJO, which has amassed a following of more than 80,000 people with a thriving blog of 20,000 monthly readers following the path to radical self-acceptance and redefining wellness on their terms.
Dr. Laura Borgelt
For 20 years, Dr. Laura Borgelt has been a successful faculty member at the University of Colorado with an emphasis in women’s health. She is a published author of more than 100 articles and a textbook entitled “Women’s Health Across the Lifespan” and has presented to more than 75,000 women across the globe. Laura loves speaking with other women about their health and wellness, especially regarding some tough topics including contraception, menopause and life in general. She believes that every woman can be empowered through knowledge to be an action-based advocate for her own health and well-being.
2020 Fitness Instructors and Classes
Danielle Barbeau, The River Yoga
Owner of The River Yoga in Denver, Danielle is a yoga teacher, proud mother and lover of movement. With her decade of experience, she works with a wide range of students, teaching everything from children’s yoga to challenging hot power vinyasa classes. Danielle believes that yoga is for everybody, and her classes explore the dance between breath and movement, focus and fun.
Jillian Keaveny, Compass Fitness
Jillian is a Denver-based fitness and yoga instructor and co-founder of Compass Fitness. She has been an 200-hour RYS certified yoga instructor since 2010, has a Bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and is currently in school to become a nutritional therapy practitioner through the Nutritional Therapy Association.
Julie Gordon, barre3
Julie is the owner of the barre3 Denver—Cherry Creek, Highlands Square and Highlands Ranch studios. Having taught barre3 for seven years and been a client for even longer, she has earned a reputation as one of the top barre3 instructors in the country, recently leading a 500-person barre3 class at Red Rocks Park and Ampitheatre. Julie has been passionate about exercise her entire life, from hiking and skiing in Colorado as a child to running marathons and teaching yoga prior to her barre3 career.
Emma is a yoga teacher and assistant studio manager at CorePower Yoga on Colorado Boulevard in Denver. A yoga practitioner of many years, she began teaching power yoga and yoga sculpt two years ago.
Kawehi’s yoga journey began in her home state of Hawaii, where she completed her 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) training with CorePower Yoga in 2018. Kawehi teaches power vinyasa and yoga sculpt classes at the CorePower Yoga on Grant Street in Denver.
Where is evrē?
UCHealth Training Center
13403 East Broncos Parkway
Englewood, CO 80112
|8 a.m.||Doors open||Available throughout the event:
|8:30 a.m. – 9:20 a.m.||Session One Fitness Offerings||
|9:45 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.||Workshop presentation with Jacki Carr||Let’s talk about the B words: Busy, Balance and Boundaries|
|10:45 a.m. – 11:35 a.m.||Session Two Fitness Offerings||
|12:00 p.m. – 12:50 p.m.||Keynote Panel||On the Main Stage|
|1:30 p.m.||Doors close|
Flexibility Analysis and Strength Assessment
Body alignment, proper mechanics, strength and flexibility are key to injury reduction and performance at every fitness level. CU Sports Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation will provide a personalized muscle flexibility analysis and functional strength assessments to evre attendees on a walk in basis. You will leave with a summary and a list of exercises to do at home to improve strength, balance, flexibility and agility.
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UCHealth Healthy Hearts, based in Northern Colorado at Medical Center of the Rockies, will be offering each evrē participant one of two options: one free biometric screening or one free lab test. Event attendees can sign up in advance for a designated time or on event day use the walk in option (pending availability).
CU Center for Skin/Laser/Cosmetic Surgery will be offering complimentary skin assessments and consultations on a walk in basis. Learn more about revamping your skincare routine and how to protect your skin in the Colorado sun.
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 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 if you did not submit via email (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 barre3 class and/or the yoga sessions, we kindly ask you to bring your own mat. We only have a very limited number of mats to borrow. It is do-able for yoga poses/barre3 exercises 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 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.
What kind of screenings will be available?
- CU Sports Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation will be providing complimentary strength and flexibility assessments. No appointment needed, just stop by their station.
- UCHealth Healthy Hearts will be providing one complimentary biometric screen OR lab test to each attendee as part of your registration fee. Additional tests will be available for purchase. You can select from the list below:
- Biometric Screen (lipid panel, blood pressure, body mass index, heart/stroke/diabetes assessments)
- A1C test (pre-diabetes test/blood glucose)
- TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone/test for thyroid problems)
- Iron test (assesses iron stores in the body)
- Vitamin D test (indicates health of bones, muscles, nerves, immune system)
Click here to sign up in advance for an appointment or drop by during the event.
What kind of vendors will be on site?
See Vendor drop down menu.
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.
Thank you to the organizations who are helping make this event possible.
Register for evre by February 14th to be entered to win a one-night stay at the Embassy Suites Denver Tech Center the night before the event. One winner will be drawn to receive a free room for Friday February 28, 2020.
Click here for a special rate on rooms at the Embassy Suites for evrē guests.