Almost everyone falls down. When you are younger it is embarrassing and painful. For those over 65, it is the number one cause of death from injury. With so many exercises and fall prevention programs available in the community I wondered why.
By studying neurology, I have realized that most programs do not engage our Sense of Balance. Our brain needs accurate information from all of our senses to keep us upright. Simple exercises can activate and strengthen these systems with remarkable results. Learn how you can improve your Sense of Balance and regain your joy of moving.
Pain is part of the unstoppable force within our body to promote survival. It is not a normal part of getting older.
Our brain is constantly receiving, assessing and integrating information from our senses about our environment. What happens when there isn’t enough information? What does our brain do to keep us safe and how does it affect the way we feel and move? Learn how you can ensure your brain is getting enough information and other ways to convince your brain that you are perfectly safe and don’t need pain to protect you.
Do you and your co-workers spend coffee breaks comparing aches and pains? Do you plan to go to the gym after work but something always interferes? Learn how to exercise at work while at your desk and on routine errands. Frequently activating and stretching of muscles reduces pain and increases blood circulation and energy. A great way to feel more cheerful and alert even at the end of your workday.
Did you know that the way you breathe may not only affect how you feel but may actually help keep you safe from Diabetes, Coronary Disease and chronic back pain? In this inter-active session you will learn how breathing actually dictates your health and exercises to strengthen your breathing muscles while feeling more relaxed.
Thank you for a great session! I think your approach (not to mention knowledge) is amazing!