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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!

August: Back-to-school Ideas, Tips, & Inspiration

The new school year is approaching. For some it’s a first year, for others it’s their last.
But for all, this time of year is a beginning; a time to think about what’s next and make the most of what’s ahead.

Yoga For Kids

A Complimentary Yoga Video for Kids! – Not just for kids, this “Calm-down Yoga” offers a quick way kids and parents to chase away the back-to-school jitters. It takes only 7 minutes. A great yoga to try before school or after!

Regular Exercise is Critical to Young People’s Health

The CDC recommends that children aged six to 17 participate in moderate-to-vigorous physical activity for at least 60 minutes per day. Read this new research on teen fitness in the U.S.

Vinyasa Yoga Slow Flow Class

A great Yoga Class for teens and adults. This class opens with strong, grounded poses and will build to a fluid flow leaving you feeling strong and invigorated. Grab a mat (or towel) and join in for some mindful movement.

Move Well Quote

“Fitness needs to be perceived as fun and games or we subconsciously avoid it” – Alan Thicke

Make movement fun and kids will naturally be active.

Back-to-School Fitness for The Entire Family

It’s back-to-school time which often means hectic schedules. It’s even more important to keep fitness at the top of your priority list. Exercise is a great form of stress relief for parents and children!

Move Well Tips

Fun fitness facts for kids!

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