Get to Know Greater Phoenix with the Wellness Wonders Challenge

Launched in 2017 as a part of the Wellness AtoZ initiative to create a healthier Arizona, the Wellness Wonders of Arizona brings community members together twice a year for dynamic activities. The spring 2018 Wellness Wonders began April 8 and runs through May 20.

This health challenge inspires individuals to enjoy the natural assets of Arizona while being active and social. Participants are encouraged to complete as many Wellness Wonders activities as possible. There are seven activities showcasing the unique features of Arizona. Challenge activities vary each season, but always emphasize what makes Arizona living fun, healthy and one of a kind. Prizes will be awarded to participants that complete and log their activities by May 20; the more activities completed, the more chances to win.

Interested in exploring Arizona’s mountains and parks, riding bikes along a scenic canal in Greater Phoenix or looking to load up on delicious fruits and veggies at a local farmers’ market? Joining the Wellness Wonders challenge is the opportunity to do all of those fun, health-focused activities, and more, while promoting a community of wellness in Arizona.

The event is free. To start the spring 2018 Wellness Wonders of Arizona challenge, visit to create an account.



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