Move for Your Mood

Being physically active comes with many health benefits, but regular exercise—whether yoga, aerobics, stretching, or tai chi—can also help lower your stress levels and improve your mood. Both high- and low-intensity workouts offer physiological benefits by triggering a series of chemicals events that help improve brain function and manage emotions.

The Move It Monday Move for Your Mood Package is an 8-week series designed to show users of all fitness levels how they can adopt different forms of physical activity to relieve stress, sharpen focus and mental acuity, and maintain a positive outlook. This Monday, learn how you can use movement to feel better.

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Move for Your Mood

Our 8-week series offers insight and inspiration into the many ways physical activity can help improve mental wellness.

Get Moving

Physical activity is a key component of a healthy lifestyle, but regular movement—whether it’s dance, running, tennis, or yoga—can also have an immediate impact on your mental health and wellbeing.
All forms of exercise — from walking and jogging to yoga and weight lifting — can help reduce feelings of anxiety and stress. Plus, many forms of movement are free, accessible to all individuals, and doesn’t come with any unpleasant side effects (when done properly).
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For aging and older populations, gardening provides a critical source of daily physical activity, so much so that the American Heart Association categorizes it as a good source of moderate exercise.
The health benefits of dancing are often overlooked, but the combination of simple movements and moderate pace makes it an accessible (and fun) form of physical activity for people of all ages and fitness levels.
A daily walk can be the perfect opportunity to get up from your chair and take in some fresh air. Although walking alone can benefit your physical health, strolling with a companion can boost your mood and overall wellbeing.
Start your day with the sun salutation yoga routine to welcome the new week and refresh your mind and body!
Music and exercise go together like peanut butter and jelly. Do you have a favorite workout playlist? It’s worth putting one together. Exercising to music has some big, scientifically-proven benefits
Want to have fun and still get some cardio? We recommend a little boogie-woogie. This Monday, dance to improve your mood, your heart, and your life!