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Mobility Exercises for Seniors
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Loss of Appetite
Ever feel hungry?
Feeling a bit toxic?
Do you have a humped back?
Do you have a sway back/back pain?
Do you keep dropping things?
Difficulty reading/blurry vision?
Ankle / Knee / Hip
Do you have stiff joints in the leg?
Unsure of your footing?
Section 2 – Some Specifics
JOINTS – MOBILITY – SIGHT
The videos on this section can be for any age, if the symptoms are presenting themselves practice the content daily or even twice a day morning and evening
Low Self Worth
Are you lacking in confidence?
Incontinence / Urinary Issues
Can’t go too far away from a toilet?
Out of breath?
Dealing with Grief
Have you lost a loved one?
Poor bowel movements?
Is food coming back on you?
Section 3 – A Bit More Personal
EMOTIONS – BREATH – DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
These issues tend to become a bigger problem as we get a little older. Just knowing that something can be done in itself brings a little relief
Recently suffered from a stroke?
Daily Energy Flow
Want to feel more energetic?
Do you have numb fingers or toes?
Do you have a stiff uncomfortable back?
Feeling Lop Sided
Needing to correct an imbalance?
Mobility after a Stroke
Looking to get on the path to recovery?
Section 4 – Maintaining Freedom
MOBILISATION – MOVEMENT
This section is all about using movement to aid long term mobility. The videos below fear of falling and insomnia are common problems, Body clock flow explanation will give you some background to why the system works and not forgetting the neglect syndrome which is a lovely relaxing Yoga Nidra – which can be done seated or lying down in bed to help you sleep
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