Be part of our Employee Wellness Programs

The Campus Recreation Employee Wellness Program is a collaborative effort among many departments on campus, which assists in presenting programs designed to enrich the lives of the campus community, including events, seminars, resources, group exercise, fun incentives, and more. Registration is not required for programs unless otherwise noted.

Download the Group Exercise Schedule (PDF)


Contact Kristen Brosius, assistant director of fitness and wellness, at or (413) 748-3721.

Group exercise class

Enrollment Information

Benefits of Enrollment*

  • Enrollment gift
  • One fitness assessment (per year)
  • Two personal training sessions
  • Monthly chair massages
  • Exclusive lunchtime employee group exercise classes
  • “Motivation Monday” seminars (healthy lunch provided – 2 per semester)

*Some programs will be limited to a certain number of participants. Some programs will only be scheduled during the academic year. All benefits listed are complimentary

Eligible Participants

  • Full and part-time staff
  • Full and part-time faculty

How To Enroll in our Employee Wellness Program:

Employee Wellness Enrollment Form

  1. Submit the completed enrollment form to Campus Recreation in person.
  2. Upon enrollment you will receive your enrollment gifts. You will also be added to the employee wellness email list.

Employee Wellness Programs & Services

REMINDER: Capped Program/Service Policy

In an effort to maximize participation at our capped programs, please note that we have instituted a “Capped Program Policy” that requires registered participants to give 72 hours notice if you are not able to attend a program or service that you registered or made an appointment for. 

We cap various programs based on various resources such as space availability, availability of facilitators/instructors, and timing of programs. Often times, when we have reached our cap for each respective program, we put other interested participants on a waiting list. Without notice, we are not able to reach out to those on our waitlist, and therefore, we end up having several "empty" seats at various programs. Additionally, if the program is catered, we end up using budget dollars on lunches/meals that weren't needed.

If you are registered for a program or have made an appointment for one of our services (15-minute chair massages for one-hour relaxation massages), and you do not show/attend or give 72 hour’s notice, you will not be eligible to register for subsequent capped programs/services during that same semester. Please note that we will make exceptions for emergencies or illness-related events. 

Capped Programs/Services Include:

  • Motivation Monday Luncheon Workshops/Seminars
  • 15-minute Chair Massages
  • 60-minute Relaxation Massages 
  • Wellness Events/Programs (i.e. Indoor Triathlon, etc.)

Employee Wellness Programs

One-hour Relaxation Massages

You asked and we listened! Licensed massage therapist, Saskia Cote, will be offering one-hour (full-body) relaxation massages by appointment. Please note that appointments are limited, so schedule your massage today. We will only be offering one-hour appointments ONLY. One-hour massages will be offered one Monday of every month. One-hour massages will be offered between the times of 9:15 a.m. – 2 p.m. Please see the schedule below and call Maureen Naglieri at x3468 to schedule your appointment. 

One-Hour Massage Dates:

  • Monday, September 30
  • Monday, October 28
  • Monday, November 25
  • Monday, December 16

Payment Policy: You are required to pre-pay for one-hour massages. Please visit the Office of Campus Recreation to complete your Program/Service Fee Authorization Form to be brought to the business office for payment. Please bring a copy of your receipt on the day of your scheduled massage. One-hour massages are $85.00. 

Cancellation Policy: Please see “Capped Program/Service” policy.

Chair Massages

Take a short break from your work and de-stress with a 15-minute chair or table massage. Massage therapist Saskia Cote will provide fifteen-minute chair massages between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. in the Wellness Center Resource Room on the following dates:

  • Monday, September 23
  • Monday, October 7
  • Monday, November 4
  • Monday, December 2

Reserve an appointment with Maureen Naglieri at ext. 3468, by the Friday before each of the above dates. Participants may only register for the upcoming date.

Employee Group Exercise Classes

In addition to the general fall 2019 Campus Recreation Group Exercise Schedule, the following classes are offered to Springfield College Employee Wellness participants, September 9th – December 13th. Please note that ALL fitness levels are encouraged and welcomed to all of our group exercise class formats. 


Join us on Monday’s and Thursday’s from 12:05 to 12:50p.m. for Barre! This dance and ballet-inspired, muscular endurance-focused class is no joke! This total body class packs a punch as it delivers an intense, yet low-impact workout that utilizes a series of both low-weight resistance and bodyweight exercises. Most exercises are performed on a mat and/or at the bar. No dance experience necessary. 


Join us on Tuesday’s from 12:05p.m. to 1:00p.m. to reset, relax, and recharge. Connect with your body, mind, & spirit while improving your strength & flexibility. 

Strength & Sculpt 

Strength & Sculpt is the ultimate barbell, muscle conditioning class. This high-energy class will help you burn fat and gain strength, all while having fun! This class is held from 12:05 to 12:50 p.m. on Wednesday’s.


Join us on Friday’s from 12:05 to 12:50 p.m. for a kickboxing class that will knock you out! Get ready to punch & kick your way to an awesome cardiovascular workout using boxing, kickboxing, and martial arts techniques.

Group Exercise Class/Schedule Notices

  • The class schedule is subject to change without notice.
  • There will be no classes October 12th – 14th (Indigenous People’s Day).
  • There will be no classes November 26th – December 1st (Thanksgiving).
  • All classes are held in the Wellness & Recreation Complex. No advanced registration required.
  • Please arrive early to all ‘Move-It’ small group training workouts. Participation will be capped at 12.
  • Cycle classes are held in room 202; ‘Move-It’ classes will be held on Fit 2; Aqua Power will take place in the pool; all other classes will be held in room 214.
  • Run with ‘LOVE’ participants should meet at the James Naismith statue (outside the Campus Union) at 11:50am.

Registration is not required to participate in these classes. If you would like a private introduction to any class, please email Kristen Brosius at

Motivation Mondays (Noon to 12:45 p.m.)

Employee Wellness participants are invited to attend two wellness seminars each semester that include a lecture and discussion. Healthy lunches, provided by ARAMARK, are offered during these seminars. Please register at least one week in advance (before each scheduled seminar/workshop).

Topic: Fall into Wellness - Challenge Information Session


PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED – Click here to register

  • Date: Monday, September 9
  • Time: 12:00p.m. (noon)
  • Location: Wellness Center Classroom 150 (located on the right-hand side as you enter the Wellness Center lobby).
  • Presenter: Graduate Assistant, Anna Mazza 
  • Description: Interested in participating in the year’s ‘Fall into Wellness’ challenge? This information session will walk you through the registration process and give you a detailed overview of this year’s program. This seminar is strongly recommended for those looking to participate in the challenge.

Topic: Mindful Eating

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED – Click here to register.

  • Date: Monday, November 18
  • Time: 12:00p.m. (noon)
  • Location: Wellness Center Classroom 150 (located on the right-hand side as you enter the Wellness Center lobby).
  • Presenter: Liza Feldman
  • Description: Take a lunch break and experience the benefits of mindful eating such as: improved digestion, reduced stress, increased concentration and productivity, and support for healthy eating and weight management.

Long-term Programs

NOTE: Those who are interested in participating in the Fall into Wellness challenge are strongly encouraged to attend the ‘Motivation Monday: Fall into Wellness Information Session’ presentation, held on Monday, September 9th. Please see registration information above (under ‘Motivation Mondays’ button).

Fall into Wellness Challenge – Fall 2019

In this 7-week program, participants will track their healthy behaviors and activities, including behaviors and activities related to the 7 dimensions of wellness (social, emotional, spiritual, physical, environmental, occupational, and intellectual). All participants who complete the program (by submitting their total points) will receive a prize. The THREE participants with the most points will earn the grand prize. This program begins on Monday, September 30th and will end on Sunday, November 17th.

To download/print the Fall into Wellness Program Packet, please click here.