Key Information
WHFD will be held at Ypsilanti High school, 2095 Packard Rd., Ypsilanti, MI on January 14, 2012. Free parking will be available on-site. Click here for a google map.

Registration is now available online! Take a few minutes to register now - it is easy, immediate, free, and fast! We prefer that you register online, however, if that isn’t possible, walk-in registration is also available on the morning of the event. Registration link is available at the top of this page.


What is WHFD?

Women’s Health and Fitness Day (WHFD), now in its seventh year, is organized by a group of medical students from the University of Michigan Medical School. This day is focused on educating the community – women and men of all ages – about various aspects of women's health. Each attendee will have the opportunity to attend workshops led by experts from the University of Michigan and other health professionals from the local community. WHFD is free for all participants and includes a complimentary healthy breakfast and lunch. This day is sure to be educational, exciting, and fun-filled for all who come!


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Our goal for Women's Health and Fitness Day is to bring the cutting-edge resources of the University of Michigan Health System and local health professionals to Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, and surrounding communities.

For all women, health and fitness are important aspects of living a long and happy life. Too often, women interact with health care providers only in the context of illness. We would like to change this. WHFD aims to provide a forum for health care professionals to reach out to the community, sharing valuable knowledge and empowering individuals to prevent illness and live a healthy life.

While there is an incredible wealth of resources and knowledge to be shared with our community, there is also a lot to be learned from each community member. We hope that Women's Health and Fitness Day will bring together women and men from all areas of our community, in order to share experiences and to learn from each other.


What are our goals?

To educate the community about specific health concerns facing women and the importance of maintaining health and fitness throughout life.

To provide an opportunity for women and girls in the community to interact with and learn from experts in specific health fields.

To encourage medical students to interact with, learn from, and educate members of the community in the context of important matters of health and wellbeing.

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