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Ground Breaking Health & Fitness Program mixes meditation, nutrition and line dancing
Apr 2 2014
Jazzy T is a college graduate, a savvy business woman and co-founder of a healthy movement that started right here in Buffalo.
"You can burn up to 350 calories in one stress relieving class that ends with a healthy post-workout meal suggestion," Jazzy explained.
Jazz Williams brings Hustle for Health to Rochester, NY
By WHEC-TV• October 3, 2019
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) —News10NBC and MVP Healthcare's Health and Wellness Expo is this Saturday, and our very own Jazz Williams will being leading a live demonstration from the main stage at noon.
"The centerpiece of our demonstration is the Survivor Slide, as October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month," said Jazz.
We want to honor all cancer survivors as we take steps for a cure.
Visit Hustle for Health at booth #1016 for a free facial and to buy a Survivor T Shirt.
BUFFALO HEALTHY LIVING
By KATE COLEMAN - Mar 6, 2016
Taking care of your health is not just a physical endeavor.
Emotional and social wellness are imperative for a healthy life.
Now a unique opportunity in Buffalo combines line dancing, mindfulness, and nutrition as a creative way for people to take care of themselves.
The Hustle for Health group fitness program was founded in 2012 and offers free aerobic line dancing classes to clients in the Buffalo area ranging from eight to 80-years-old.
Classes are set to original, instructional dance music created by Sam “DJ Maestro” Anderson, who grew up in the Detroit techno scene and wanted to reach a new audience.
City of Buffalo -
Senior Citizens Day
The Mayor Brown Bounce
Aug 21 2017
By Mayor Byron Brown
I’d like to thank the Hustle for Health seniors at the Gloria J Parks Center who came up with the “Mayor Brown Bounce.”
I enjoyed seeing you all show off your dance moves at my annual Senior BBQ at Front Park, Buffalo, N.Y. and I thank you for dedicating this entertaining and fun dance to me! I’m proud to be your Mayor.
NPR Buffalo - WBFO 88.7
Health Fair reaches out to minority communities
By THOMAS O'NEIL-WHITE • APR 24, 2019
Gloria J. Parks Senior Director Phyllis Caver had her Hustle for Health line dance class moving to the beat.
“I’m sure you’ve heard, ‘if you don’t use it, you lose it,’” Caver said. “And Alzheimer’s and Dementia is very serious in our senior community, and it’s important to keep the mind moving.
The fitness class helps with balance as well as memory, and fall prevention.”
To help with memory, Caver said her class is predicated on repetitive music and movements.
BUFFALO ROCKET NEWS
Hustle for Health Seniors
Jan 22 2015
University District Community Development Association announces a free cardio exercise class, Hustle for Health Seniors, will meet Wednesdays from 11:00 a.m. at the Gloria Parks Community Center 3242 Main Street in Buffalo.
The class is being brought back after growing into a popular workout class last fall.
THE BUFFALO NEWS
Central Library looks to help patrons "Thrive" with upcoming health fair
By SCOTT SCANLON • APR 6, 2018
Thrive, a free health fair for older adults, will feature about 40 companies, agencies, organizations and college programs offering health information. Blood pressure, bone density and hearing screenings will be offered, as well as health food demonstrations courtesy of Eat Smart New York.
Hustle for Health: All are invited to participate in a line dance aerobic event at 11:30 a.m. in the Main Hall.