National Women’s Health Week is here! This annual celebration encourages women and girls to prioritize their health. This year, you’re invited to celebrate National Women’s Health Week with Wellbeats.
National Women’s Health Week
National Women’s Health Week begins each year on Mother’s Day. During this time, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office on Women’s Health (OWH) encourages women and girls to reflect on their individual health needs and take steps to improve their overall health.
Practice self-care for mental health. Wellbeats provides an approachable and accessible way to relax the mind and body through classes focused on meditation, breath, and movement. Focus on the healing power of gratitude in Gratitude Meditation with Chance Y., or realign the connection to your mind, your body, and your energy in Raise Your Vibration with Katie H.
Other Ways to Act Now
The OWH advises that National Women’s Health Week is a great time for family, friends, and the greater community to support women and help them achieve the best health possible. Here are a few ways you can act now:
Make an appointment. Schedule your annual physical, and talk to your doctor, nurse, nurse practitioner, and/or physician assistant about any concerns or preventive care.
Try a new Wellbeats class: With 1,000+ classes including yoga, HIIT, strength training, running, walking, mindfulness, meditation, nutrition education, recipes, cycling, circuits, kickboxing, dance, work breaks, stretching, and more, there’s something for everyone, regardless of their lifestyle, interests, or ability level.
Share your story: The hashtag #WellbeatsForAll unites us all—despite differences of race, gender, age, interest, body type, or ability—to live a healthier life. We want to hear from you on your personal wellness journey. Join the conversation by using the hashtag #WellbeatsForAll in your social media posts this month and beyond.
About Wellbeats, a LifeSpeak company
Wellbeats, a LifeSpeak company is a leading provider of on-demand virtual fitness, nutrition, and mindfulness classes for use in workplaces of all sizes, health plans, on college or university campuses, multi-family housing, the U.S. military, and fitness and health clubs. Based in St. Louis Park, MN, Wellbeats makes fitness accessible, affordable, and approachable for everyone. More than 1,000 classes and 35+ programs are available to help members stay on track and meet their goals. To learn more, visit www.wellbeats.com or check out a sampling of the company’s fitness classes during a Facebook Live class, and follow Wellbeats on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.