Balance and Parkinson’s with Jennifer

Ask the Parkinson’s Expert about Balance An hour to ask every question you have about balance and how it relates to Parkinson’s. Jennifer is a Parkinson’s expert. Join us! The process of balance control is complex and dysfunction can interfere with our ability to remain upright and steady. For people with Parkinson disease, the motor…

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Care partner cues for sit to stand

I have Amy here with me today, and we are going to demo some ways you can help as a care partner or care giver help your loved one or someone you know with Parkinson’s get up from a chair.

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How posture affects walking

I want to talk about how our posture can affect our walking. So, we want to have really good posture to help us be able to take those bigger steps.

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Normalize Walking with Urban Poling

Improve Balance, Enhance Movement & Normalize Walking with ACTIVATOR Poles Join us to discover why clients with Parkinson Disease describe the use of evidence-based Activator Poles as being life-changing. “ACTIVATOR Poles should be called Confidence Poles! I can say YES to being active” Learn how the ACTIVATOR PUSH Technique improves balance, posture, and increases core…

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Reiki Breath and Health – Wellness Series

Reiki Breath and Health Wellness Series Speaker: Ann Baldwin, PhD February 16, 2022 4:30 – 6:00PM (AZ time) Recording is available below. Join us on Zoom for: REIKI, BREATH, AND HEALTH Join us as we learn about Reiki from Ann Baldwin, PhD and Reiki Master. She will discuss what Reiki is and: How it benefits…

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Scooting in the chair with the PWR!Rock

Scooting in your chair with the PWR!Rock Bridget demonstrates two different ways to scoot forward and backward in your chair using the PWR!Rock. Let’s start off with the PWR!Rock as we rock forwards and backwards. Once we get comfortable with this, we can begin to move a little bigger and maybe even pick up our…

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Turning in the kitchen with the PWR!Step

Turning in the kitchen with the PWR!Step Today we are going to show you how to use your PWR!Step and PWR!Rock to make steady turns. First, start with a nice wide base of support. We then want to rock all of our weight to one side, then move your chest and other foot to step…

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