Maintaining an active lifestyle as we age… People often ask if the loss of mobility, flexibility and vitality is just a normal aging process. The answer is a definite no; aging does not have to result in physical limitations.
I don’t want to fall, again… Fall Prevention & Balance People with good posture are not only healthier and more active, but poor posture also has a dramatic effect on another growing problem facing older adults: poor balance and falls.
Move to Feel and Be Well Integrating intelligent life habits like chiropractic, muscle therapy and posture exercise is key to keep bodies working well with improved strength, balance, stability, and overall health. LifeHabits, BodyZone.com Habits are what you do.
Steady as she goes exercise to improve balance A study of women aged 65+ showed measurable improvements in balance and walking speed after a nine-week yoga program. Participants attended yoga sessions twice a week. After the program, the women felt
Get on the Ball a key to living a balanced life… Balance is a key component to living a full and productive life. It is also a vital part of maintaining structural integrity of the neuro-musculo-skeletal system. Developing the stabilization
StrongPosture® exercises systematically strengthen posture by working on all three elements of posture: Balance, Alignment and Motion. Focusing on one element at a time teaches people awareness and increases the ability to control and improve that element. Then, integrating each
Aging well is the name of the game. There are different ways of looking at age. We think about chronological years when talking about age, or how long ago we were born. While a youthful appearance and good looks are
With age, the joints stiffen and muscles get tight. The common bent over posture of old age occurs as a result of the body adapting to long-term poor posture. As posture becomes more bent forward the muscles have to work
Everyone knows people lose height as they age, but did you know your life can get shorter as you get shorter? According to a recent 20-year study, there is a strong correlation between losing height and mortality. Researchers at the
Strengthen Posture to Fight the Freshman 15 Every college student dreads the “Freshman 15.” With such packed schedules and being away from mom’s home cooking, many fall victim to not enough exercise and poor nutrition. In addition to weight gain,