Caulfield Health and Wellbeing Programs

Monash University is committed in providing a workplace environment that promotes and supports positive health and wellbeing for all staff.

Throughout the year, a range of activities will be available to staff. The current programs are now available:

Staff Wellbeing Activity Program (SWAP)

Staff Wellbeing Activity Program (SWAP)

Physical Health

EventSWAP IDClass DayFull DatesTimeDuration (weeks)Location
Pilates792019Monday4,11,18,25 March
1,8,15 April
12:15-1:007 weeksGroup Fitness Studio, Monash Sport
Boxing822019Wednesday6,13,20,27 March
3,10,17 April
1:00-1:457 weeks

Chisholm Hall, Monash Sport

Yoga/Pilates/Tai Chi Mix812019Friday1,8,15,22,29 March
5,12 April
12:15-1:007 weeksGroup Fitness Studio, Monash Sport


  • $77 per 7 week program

To attend one of the above classes please follow the process below:

Watch the tutorial video here prior to following the below steps to see the new changes

  1. Visit the Monash Shop and log in by clicking on the top right hand corner with your authcate
  2. Search for your relevant class(es) by entering the SWAP ID in the search bar at the top or clicking under the Health and Wellbeing tiles.
  3. Once you find your product, complete the pre-exercise health screen form (which will open in a new tab) and tick the checkbox option once completed.
  4. Add the item(s) into your cart and proceed to payment (by clicking the trolley item)
  5. If your faculty or division subsidises these program, please insert the voucher code on the second page before proceeding to make payment

Please note: Faculty subsidies are available, please speak with your department and faculty administrators before making payment.

Please note that registration/payment for classes must be made three business days before the class commences. Please also note that attendance will not be permitted without payment.

Mental Health

All Monash staff are invited to register for a Mindfulness for stress and mental health

  • Date:27/02/2019
  • Time: 1:00-2:00
  • Location: H222
  • Cost:Free

Program Description

Mindfulness can be described as a form of meditation but also a way of living and working. One of the main reasons for the rise of interest in mindfulness in this fast-paced, high-pressure modern world is because of its ability to help people to manage stress and enhance mental and emotional wellbeing. This interactive and experiential presentation will explore how mindfulness meditation and a series of simple cognitive strategies based on mindfulness can help reduce stress and foster greater resilience and better mental health.

To attend the program, click here. Make sure to log in first to get your ticket

Any questions on the above programs, please contact