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Active For Life

Brain and Body Wellness

Featured in Brain & Life magazine
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Melissa's journey as an entrepreneur took flight with the founding of Active For Life and the creation of the groundbreaking programs SEATED RHYTHM™ and TAP TIME™. With over a decade of experience in the fitness industry, Melissa recognized a critical gap in the availability of exercise programs for neglected populations. This realization fueled her mission to ensure that all individuals receive the essential health, wellness, fitness, and dance instruction they deserve to thrive.


At Active For Life, our vision is simple yet profound: to provide fun, safe, inclusive, beneficial, and compassionate dance and fitness programs and products that exercise both the brain and body. We aim to empower individuals who often lack access to such opportunities, such as older adults, those living with a neurodegenerative disease (such as Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, or dementia), individuals living with a disability, or individuals who benefit from or require seated exercise options. Our goal is improving their quality of life through movement, compassion, and engagement.


Through our proprietary programs and patent-pending products, Active For Life offers onsite and virtual wellness, dance, and fitness programs tailored specifically for special populations. We are committed to delivering inclusive and accessible programs designed to meet their unique needs. Our programs are designed to foster inclusivity and cater to the often-neglected, vulnerable, and underserved populations. By bringing joy, movement, and vitality into their lives, Active For Life is dedicated to making a meaningful difference in the well-being of individuals and communities alike. Moreover, we're proud to have been featured in Brain and Life Magazine through the American Academy of Neurology, underscoring our dedication to advancing the field of neurological wellness. For more information you can visit Active For Life.

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