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Move Well with Ballet Austin

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!


The Ages & Stages of Living Well

September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month and Healthy Aging Month. Every person, no matter their age or stage in life should have the opportunity to live a healthy life. Healthy living is about creating the environment and opportunities that encourage people to be and do what they value throughout their lives. Join us as we focus on physical activity and well-being for all ages and stages of life.

Family Fun Cardio Workout!

Clear your living room and call the kids…even the dog…and get your heart rate up with this fun workout class. Cardio moves that feel like games and fun challenges, this workout is the perfect way for the family to get active together. You might be so inspired that you create your own fun family workouts!

As we celebrate Healthy Aging Month we remind you to be active! Join Vicki Parsons for s 30-minute complimentary sample class of Ballet Austin’s Active Aging Workouts. Would you like to join us virtually or on-site for one of our classes? Find out more here.

What’s More Important as You Age? Stretching, balance, or strength training?

People often bemoan gray hair and wrinkled skin as some of the most unpleasant side effects of aging. It may be discouraging to watch your youthful visage slip away, but the status of your strength, balance and flexibility is of much greater concern.

Move Well Quote

At what point do you stop moving? Find a way to stay physically active each day. Stay active for life!

5 Simple, Fun Ideas for Family Fitness

You know why exercise is important for your family: It can lower heart risks, control weight, and help kids do better in school. And it lets kids burn off some energy. Plus, family activities and fitness at an early age can go a long way toward helping children form healthy habits for life.

Move Well Tips

You don’t need to go to the gym or train for a marathon. You just need to move! Follow these tips to make physical activity a priority throughout life.


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