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​​​​​"Fitness for You" - Free Fitness Classes in May

As you start to enjoy the spring weather and move your exercise routines outside, join us for our "Fitness for You" classes. Classes are open to all NIH staff and are available live and on demand. For a full list of classes, please visit

May is also National Sports and Fitness Month and Mental Health Awareness Month.  Details for upcoming activities for the months observances can be found at the Work-Life@NIH website: Remember fitness facilities on campus at Building 53 and off campus at Rockledge 2 are now open.  For membership information, go to

Individuals with disabilities who need sign language interpreting and/or other reasonable accommodations to participate in the "Fitness for You" classes should contact Ms. Sherrell Freeman, R&W at Requests should be made at least five days in advance. To access Telecommunications Relay Services (TRS), call 711.

For more fitness and well-being information visit If you are interested in communicating with other like-minded NIH employees about topics of fitness and well-being, join the interactive Wellness@NIH listserv at You can also learn about resources to help turn hours at work into active parts of a healthier life by joining the NIH Health and Wellness Council Facebook group at    ​

The "Fitness for You" program is sponsored by the Office of Research Services (ORS), Division of Amenities and Transportation Services (DATS), and operated through the Recreation and Welfare Association (R&W) Fitness Program.

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