Make fitness something you want to do, not something you have to do
Fitness is often viewed in the same way as paying our bills. Something to ‘get over and done with’ so we can go back to the things we really enjoy. Fitness becomes something we have to do instead of something we want to do.
While working out and staying in shape does have a positive effect on your physical health and appearance, the simple truth is that we are so much more than our physical body — we need to have fun and positive emotions, be social, and spiritually challenged too.
When you start perceiving fitness as a way to have fun with others, that gives you energy rather than consume it. As an activity that strengthens your mind and spirit as well as your body. Then fitness becomes a way-of-life instead of something that feels like an obligation.
We believe in creating a mindset to eat well, exercise, deal with stress, and get things done, because it makes us feel good and gives us energy. Lasting, sustainable habits can only come from positive emotions, not by dragging yourself through the gym. — And that’s the way to replace the yo-yo weight syndrome.
Holistic fitness is a fun and giving way to look better, feel better, and live healthier than you ever imagined possible. A holistic approach allows you to see that your mind, body, and personal goals are all interconnected. And that improving in one of these will feedback and make the others much easier. It does not take sacrifice to enjoy a vibrant health, all it takes is discovering your passion for yourself and your body again!
At BalletBeFit we believe every one has an individual potential to live a healthy and meaningful life. By engaging your senses, investing in yourself, and learning to listen and respect your body, you can achieve a body and mind you can be proud of.
Find out more about our transformational mind-body programs, which view you as a whole person — not just a fat percentage.