We all know the importance of exercise and most of us are active. So why are falls still the number cause of death from accidents among those 65 and older? A sense of balance involves all five of our senses giving our brains the information it needs to keep us upright. Find out how through neurology based exercises.
Our brain is like a master computer, receiving, assessing and integrating information from our senses and environment. What happens when there isn’t enough information from our senses? How does it affect the way we feel? How does this affect the way we move? Increasing the visual and tactile information to your brain reduces pain and increases range of motion and balance
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!