in‧vig‧o‧rate [transitive ]
if something invigorates you, it makes you feel healthier, stronger and have more energy:
At my age, the walk into town is enough to invigorate me.
He felt invigorated after a day in the country.
2 [usually passive]
to make the people in an organization or group feel excited again, so that they want to make something successful:
Carey's hope was that the church would be renewed and invigorated.