Motivation 2015

It’s great to be out and about when the weather is nice but February and March don’t always offer nice weather. We have coordinated with Post Oak Mall to have our weekend walking workouts near JC Penny in the same place we have our Kick Off event.
We have a great lineup of leaders. Some will be there simply to provide camaraderie and a little structure to your workout, others will help you maintain your interest by teaching you fun ways to exercise. As always, loosen up before you start any exercise regime. Stretching does you the most good after you have warmed a up a little bit. 

Each of these Saturday events at Post Oak Mall starts at 8:00 a.m. The schedule for each weeekend’s events is below.

The Health Hullabaloo will be February 21 from 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at the Health Science Center on Hwy 47. The event is directed at the local community and will have booths and stations throughout the building focused on healthy activiities. A $15 fun run/walk is also scheduled for that morning with proceeds going to Camp Kesem. The WAT Task Force will be there to educate the community about Walk Across Texas.

If you are intested in other activities please let us know. We will be happy to share them here.

On the first Saturdays of the month at Unitarian Universalist Church on Wellborn Road, there is Contra dancing to live music. This is a simplified form of square dancing (Irish style) that can be very energetic but is suited for people of all energy levels. March 7 and April 4 are the two dates during Brazos County’s Walk Across Texas event. The dance is from 7-10 pm and free for first timers. $3 for students $5 for all else after that. Note: 2 1/2 hours dancing at 160 lbs equals 11.25 miles!


February 7, 2015


Starts at 10:00 a.m.

February 14, 2015

JJ Macias


February 21, 2015


Hullabaloo (at Health Science Center)

February 28, 2015

Suzanne Droleskey

Tai Chi

March 7, 2015

Mike Lopez


March 14, 2015

Howard Hart


March 21, 2015

Flora Williams

Line Dancing

March 28, 2015

Suzanne Drolesky


April 4, 2015


No program (Easter)

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