Body in balance
Just about anyone can learn to improve their balance and achieve better posture. By developing better balance you'll help prevent falls, and my also notice improvements in coordination, agility and confidence.
What it is
You’ll learn exercises and techniques to increase your stability and give you better control of your body’s position.
These exercises can also help you with chronic pain, making everyday living just feel better.
For athletes, adding balance exercises to workouts can help you avoid injury and enhance your performance.
What to expect
You will receive:
- an evaluation of your current posture and balance profile
- a customized exercise program designed to address any muscle and posture imbalances
- three 30-minute follow-up sessions
Source: Penny George Instititute for Health and Healing
Reviewed by: Sue Masemer, MS
First published: 3/7/2017
Last reviewed: 12/29/2016