The JHU Be Well Together challenge is on

Join now to get social and be healthy (and maybe win a prize)

A young woman is preparing food while watching a cooking class on a tablet

Image caption: You can attend cooking and dance classes, practice relaxation techniques, and more, all on JHU's virtual wellness platform, Burnalong.


It's not too late to participate in the fall Be Well Together challenge, which runs through Nov. 30. Get social and be healthy with co-workers, family, and friends during the month of November, and you will be entered to win weekly prizes. Attend virtual yoga classes, take dance classes, learn relaxation techniques, try out new recipes, and more, all on JHU's virtual wellness platform, Burnalong. You must be a full-time, benefits-eligible employee to participate in the challenge. If you have not yet registered for your free Burnalong account, go to join.burnalong.com/jhu.

How to participate

Each week in November, do any of the following to be entered into the weekly prize raffle:

  • Give a gift: Add up to four free subaccounts to share Burnalong with family or friends.
  • Get social: Take live or on-demand classes with family, friends, and co-workers.
  • Get inspired: View inspiring content from the platform's curated Social Well-Being playlist on ways to be well together.

You also can be entered into a prize raffle at the end of the challenge if you take at least 60 class minutes in the month of November.

Join the JHU Social Well-Being playlist via this link to access tutorials on how to add subaccounts, take classes with your family/colleagues, and view curated classes to support you as you ramp up for the busy social holiday season.

Note that subaccounts are not eligible to win challenge prizes. If you are a raffle prize winner, you will be notified by email.

Post this flyer in your department, and remind your colleagues to join the Be Well Together Challenge.

If you have technical issues signing up for Burnalong or in participating in the challenge, contact customercare@burnalong.com.

For general information about JHU Healthy at Hopkins, which is promoting this challenge, visit the Well-Being Programs page of the HR website.

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