Physical activity looks different for everyone, but whether you're looking to practice tai chi or fit five minutes of yoga into your busy day, we can improve our physical health by embracing joyful movement to the best of our individual abilities. MSU Extension offers a variety of physical activity education and outreach.
Offerings and programs include:
- Eat Healthy, Be Active, a six-week class for adults that teaches how to make physical activity and nutrition part of daily life. Eat Healthy, Be Active is also available virtually, in American Sign Language.
- Teen Cuisine, a nutrition and physical activity education program for teens in sixth through 12th grade.
- Peak Health and Performance, a program designed to provide young athletes with sound nutrition education, so they can improve their athletic performance and health.
- Programs to help older adults stay active safely and prevent falls and injuries, such as Tai Chi for Arthritis and Falls Prevention and A Matter of Balance.
- Nutrition and physical activity content featured on our MI Health Matters social media channels. Follow us on Facebook, YouTube, and Pinterest.
- Articles, exercise videos, and much more.