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The evidence is clear—physical activity can make you feel better, function better, and sleep better.

Movement is powerful. Moving your body daily is one of the best things you can do for your overall health; it has the power to improve every part of your body…and your brain. It is something you can do for you!

Physical activity is anything that gets your body moving. According to the CDC, adults need about 150 minutes of physical activity each week. There are 10,080 minutes in each week. Therefore, less than 2% of your week needs to be allocated to movement. That’s doable!

We are advocates of micromovements; spreading out physical activity throughout the week. Move more and sit less throughout each day. We also believe that if you find an activity you enjoy you will stick with it, will keep moving. Wherever you are in your workout journey, start where you are and let’s move together!

During the month of May we will highlight Mental Health Awareness Month, Older American’s Month, and National Strawberry Month and the delicious power of strawberries! Visit our pages and discover how each can affect your well-being.

Pilates Mat Class with Morgan Stillman

Join Ballet Austin company dancer and Pilates instructor Morgan Stillman for this great class. Grab a mat or a towel and you can do this workout from anywhere!

The Life-Changing Benefits of Exercise After 60

During Older Americans Month we want to remind you that physical activity as you age can positively impact your physical and mental health, as well as your emotional well-being.

Ballet Barre & More with Taylor Williams

Try a basic-level ballet class and discover the joy of movement at the barre! A great class for beginners to try and for adults who danced as a child and would like a refresher!

Move Well Quote

One often-overlooked benefit to exercising is the impact of physical activity on mental health. While exercising may seem fairly simple on the surface, a complex chemical cascade occurs inside your body when you participate in physical activity.

The Mental Health Benefits of Exercise

You already know that exercise is good for your body. But it can also boost your mood, improve your sleep, and help you deal with depression, anxiety, stress, and more. A huge boost to your mental health.

Move Well Tips

May is Older American’s Month. Whatever your age, it is never too early or too late to make sure you are getting enough physical activity.  Check out Ballet Austin’s Active Aging programming offered at NO and LOW cost.

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