Public Health

Healthy Bites

Walk. Run. Dance. Happy.
What's your mood?

Everyone needs physical activity to stay healthy, both physically and mentally. But it can be hard to find the time in your busy routine.

The Healthy Bites Campaign uses Move Your Way® tools, videos, and fact sheets on this page with tips that make it easier to get a little more active. Small changes can add up to big health benefits!

No matter who you are, you can find safe, fun ways to get active — to move your way.

Find tools and resources available in the El Paso community:

Live Active El Paso

The City of El Paso is proud to introduce Live Active EP, a free platform for the community and the City of El Paso to join together in a city-wide movement to promote better health and wellness by encouraging physical activity, improved nutrition, and strong mental health. Live Active El Paso offers free classes at different recreation centers around El Paso, such as Zumba, yoga, Dance Cardio, strength training, aquatics, sound baths, cooking demos, and so much more! Please visit for more information.

Texas Healthy Communities

The Texas Healthy Communities (TXHC) Program assists communities to assess their envn and make positive changes within their communities. TXHC assesses eight priority community-based policy, systems, and environmental change indicators vital to reducing the burden of chronic disease. 

Find El Paso’s available trails at Move El Paso (

Move El Paso - Walking Trails is an initiative of the City of El Paso Department of Public Health in collaboration with community partners.

Parks and Recreation

The City of El Paso Parks & Recreation Department aims to provide indoor and outdoor leisure services to persons of all ages so they can develop skills, socialize, experience nature, relax, and live a healthier lifestyle. Each park offers unique facility opportunities and walking paths.

El Paso Senior Centers

The City of El Paso Parks and Recreation Department also manages 11 Senior Centers along with a variety of programming for individuals 55 years of age or older.

Please visit to find the nearest Senior Center to you. 

Contact: (915) 212-1731 for more information to participate. Enroll form for seniors- PDF below.

Physical activity can make daily life better. So, get more active — stay healthy and independent as you age. Being active can: 

  • Boost your mood
  • Sharpen your focus
  • Help ease pain and manage other health problems
  • Lower your risk of falls — and your risk of an injury if you do fall

Physical activity has important health benefits for older adults — but people may find it hard to stay active as they age. The Healthy Bites Campaign with Move Your Way® resources can help your older adult learn about the benefits and find activities that work for them.

Use these materials to help older adults understand the amount and types of physical activity they need to be healthy.

Tips for Getting Motivated has ideas for making it easier to get active — like finding a partner or developing a simple routine.


Watch the audio description version of Tips for Getting Motivated on YouTube.


Watch the version of the video "Tips to motivate you" with audio description on YouTube.

Tips for Busy Days shows people how to get physical activity while doing chores and running errands.


Watch the audio description version of Tips for Busy Days on YouTube.


Watch the version of the video "Tips for busy days" with audio description on YouTube.