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When you're ready to embrace wellness, Riverside Corporate Wellness is dedicated to giving you the information you need to make informed choices about nutrition, lifestyle, preventative care and overall wellbeing. As an employee of Weber Group, your employer has made an investment in you to ensure you are educated about all dimensions ofwellness, from Primary Health to Alternative Therapies to Fitness and beyond. 


Contact us. We'll help you choose your direction, develop your personalized plan for wellness, and connect you with the services available to you through your employer's partnership with Riverside Corporate Wellness.




Healthy Choices Vending is dedicated to providing nutritious and delicious snacks and beverages. The culture of Weber Group supports wellness, and Healthy Choices Vending supports the health-conscious employee.



Many corporate campuses are now tobacco and nicotine-free. If you or a family member are contemplating quitting, accept this invitation to join the unique and individualized Breathe Free Nicotine Support program. This seven-week program is at first educational and follows up with ongoing monthly support. There is no cost to employees, spouses or eligible dependents and includes nicotine replacement and referral to health care providers for prescription medications and behavioral health specialists as necessary.


This program does not pressure anyone to quit by a certain date and does not leave you without support. Please contact our specialist at



RCW registered dietitian offers individual nutrition counseling education classes to Weber Group employees and their family members at no cost.

Common topics include weight loss, diabetes management, elevated blood cholesterol, disordered or emotional eating, sports nutrition, anemia, celiac disease, high blood pressure, digestive disorders, pregnancy, and cooking for a family. These can be addressed on an individual basis in person, over the telephone, or via video conferencing.


Additional offerings such as cooking classes and grocery store tours may be periodically offered as part of RCW’s nutrition services.



Whether you need certification for work, school or just want to learn it because you want to protect your loved ones at home, this is your opportunity to learn to act quickly, perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) if necessary, and save a life. It’s more than just chest compressions. Learn to offer help to those who are choking, as well as CPR for adults, infants, and children. RCW offers the American Heart Association Heartsaver or Healthcare Provider CPR certification course. These classes are held monthly in the RCW Fitness Facility and are open to all Riverside Center employees and their families, as well as those in the community needing or desiring CPR certification. 


The cost is $40 per participant. Please visit the Upcoming Events section on the homepage or the below link for course availability. The course is held in Belle Square Fitness Facility, second floor. Payment must be made by check at least 24 hours before the course at the fitness facility to reserve your place. Contact Dawn Cimperman at with questions. 



The Annual Health Expo is dedicated to your health and wellness awareness, and offers relevant and timely opportunities for you and your family. Your unique needs as part of a health conscious community are considered to bring programming, vendors, and relevant speakers to your workplace for day-long engaging events.


As participants, you may choose to be screened for lifestyle related conditions such as lipid disorders, diabetes, skin cancer, and osteoporosis. The Health Expo also provides the opportunity for you and your spouse or domestic partner to receive the influenza vaccine.



Social Wellness is an important part of the RCW mission and culture. We recognize the importance of giving back to our community with volunteerism. Riverside tenants are given the opportunity to participate in volunteer activities such as the WHL-sponsored BloodCenter of Wisconsin Blood Drive. Held twice a year, tenants have risen to the challenge and continue to surpass blood donation goals. Blood drives are announced by email, and appointments can be made through the BloodCenter link on this website.

Weber Holdings takes this responsibility to heart and provides employees paid time to participate. 


Please visit the Announcements section on the Home Page to see the dates of the next Blood Drive.



Good Talks are one-half-hour or less educational wellness presentations on unique and timely topics of the day. Designed for an interactive audience, Good Talks are all virtual. With COVID-19 regulations relaxing, we're slowly bringing back these talks to an in-person setting (when advertised) held in the Belle Square group fitness area. These interesting presentations are based wholly on your suggestions and are given by health and wellness experts. Watch the Events section for dates and times.



Each week a topic is carefully selected and communicated to all the Riverside Center Tenants. Topics ranging from good hand washing to hunter's safety are presented to offer tenants educational information from all aspects of the wellness spectrum. 

Fit Kids

Fit Kids

Fit Kids is a great opportunity for you to leave your children ages three to ten with a health and wellness professional for two hours, from 9 - 11 a.m. on a Saturday morning. You kids will have fun while learning about nutrition, having a healthy snack, and burning off some energy in a planned fitness activity. It’s an opportunity for you as parents to spend some time in the fitness facility, go out for a walk in the park, or get some stress-relieving “down time.”  Contact our health educators for more information at to register your child, and complete the necessary forms prior to your child’s first visit. 




The physical dimension recognizes your need for regular physical monitoring and activity. Learning in this dimension focuses on diet and nutrition and discourages the use of tobacco, drugs and excessive use of alcohol. Health and wellness are possible when adequate exercise and sound eating habits are combined. Safely and efficiently building or maintaining your physical strength, flexibility and endurance are also important.


This dimension also includes personal responsibility for medical self-care of minor illness, and the appropriate use of medical services. By monitoring your own health and understanding the warning signs, the relationship between nutrition, exercise, and performance is easier to understand and appreciate. Looking and feeling well most often lead to the mental benefits of enhanced self-esteem, self-control, determination and a sense of direction.



The intellectual dimension recognizes your participation in creative and mind-stimulating activities. Intellectual and cultural learning activities at work and in the community are motivating and important to overall wellness.


In this dimension, you explore issues related to problem solving, creativity, and learning. You’ll cherish the time you spend staying well-informed, pursuing personal interests and reading books, magazines, and newspapers. As you expands your knowledge and skills, you discover how to share your priceless gifts with others.



The occupational/financial dimension recognizes the satisfaction you feel in your life through work and your sense of wellness centers on your attitude while at work and your sense of personal enrichment.

In this dimension, you contribute your unique gifts, skills and talents to your work. Work becomes both personally meaningful and rewarding. You’ll convey your values through your involvement in activities that are gratifying for you.



The social/environmental dimension encourages you to contribute to your environment and community. It emphasizes the interdependence between others and nature. With wellness in this dimension, you increase your awareness of your importance in society as well as the impact you have on multiple environments.


In this dimension, you personally take an active part in improving our world by encouraging healthier living and initiating better communication with those around you. You actively seek ways to preserve the beauty and balance of nature as you discover the power to make willful choices to enhance personal relationships and important friendships. Wellness in this dimension builds better living spaces and community.



The mental/emotional dimension recognizes awareness and acceptance of your feelings. Emotional wellness is the degree to which you feel positive and enthusiastic about yourself and life. It includes the capacity to manage your feelings and behaviors including a realistic assessment of your limitations, autonomy, and your ability to cope effectively with stress.


In this dimension, as a well person, you maintain satisfying relationships with others. Acceptance and awareness of a wide range of feelings in yourself and others is essential. Expressing feelings freely and managing these feelings effectively is vital as you arrive at your personal choices and decisions.


Emotional wellness is based upon a synthesis of your feelings, thoughts, philosophies, and behavior. A well person lives and works independently while realizing the importance of seeking and appreciating the support and assistance of others. You’ll be able to form interdependent relationships with others based upon a foundation of mutual commitment, trust, and respect. You’ll take on challenges, take risks, and recognize conflict as being potentially healthy.



The spiritual dimension recognizes your search for meaning and purpose in human existence. It includes the development of a deep appreciation for the depth and expanse of life and natural forces that exist in the universe.


This dimension’s wellness is characterized by a peaceful harmony between your internal feelings and emotions, and the rough or rugged stretches you experience in your life. Often you may experience feelings of doubt, despair, fear, disappointment and dislocation. There is also pleasure, joy, happiness and discovery. These are all important parts of your search, displayed in the value system that you adopt to bring meaning to your existence.


Source: National Wellness Institute,



National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine


Rethinking Drinking-Alcohol and your health


Aim for a Healthy Weight


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


USDA My Plate Resource Portal to Health Information from the U.S. Government


Men’s Health Resource


Women’s Health Resource

Kids’ Health Resource

Caregiver Action Network

Campaign to Change Direction

Health & Education

Emotional Health

Mental, Emotional and Social Health


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