Building Better Balance
This is community-based program that addresses the multiple dimensions that contribute to balance and mobility issues. It is designed to empower people who are prone to falling and/or have a lack of confidence in moving and functioning in many different environments.
- Increased flexibility and strength
- Exercising in a safe, progressive environment
- Practicing exercises to help improve strength, confidence, and better movement
- Providing functional assessments to optimize daily physical function and delay progression of chronic and acute illnesses and disease
Who will benefit from this class?
Anyone who wants to increase their confidence in mobility by practicing functional exercises that counteract movement challenges. Those who suffer from Parkinson's Disease, diabetes, stroke and heart diseases, arthritis, osteoporosis, MS, and/or cancer will experience the benefits of Building Better Balance.
Session: January 21-April 23
Active Lives Program Director