We are students at the Saimaa University of Applied Sciences. We are doing thesis on 'Bottom Up' -Campaign effects on students and staff of Saimaa University of Applied Sciences and Lappeenranta University of Technology. The survey results will be collected via "Webropol" online form. The purpose of the survey is to find out the amount of sitting and pause exercises and the effects of 'Bottom Up' -Campaign.
The survey will be online from 6.3 to 12.3.2017. You can participate in the survey only once. Participation in the survey is voluntary. The collected data will be handled confidentially and personal data of individuals is not mentioned in the thesis. The survey data will be disposed at the end of the study. By answering this questionnaire you enter for a chance to win an activity bracelet and SaLUT's sport pass.
Noora Karsikko (Public health nurse student, Saimaa University of Applied Sciences)
Annukka Niemelä (Physiotherapist student, Saimaa University of Applied Sciences)
Week 10 is the Campus Well-being Week!
You can use SaLUT sport services for free on 10.-22.1. You can also book SaLUT group sports classes for free on16.-19.1. even without SaLUT group sports pass. Book a group sports class here.
Starting 22.1.2017 every user need to have a SaLUT sports pass.
Note: Make sure you have a magnetic key! You can get one from the Student Union.
Kendo is a modern Japanese martial art, which descended from swordsmanship. Today, it is widely practiced within Japan and many other nations across the world. Kendo is a physically and mentally challenging activity that combines martial arts practices and values with sport-like strenuous physical activity.
Wednesday 16.00- 17.15 (Saimia sports hall section 2)
All you need for the practice is a SaLUT sports pass, comfortable indoor clothing, track pants and a t-shirt for example. Kendo is done barefeet, so no need for socks or shoes.