Parkinsons Disease: Finding Relief with 20 Minutes & 30 Seconds of Push-Push-Push
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Her enthusiasm is infectious. Initial research with Dr Sara Houston from the University of Roehampton showed a series of 12 weekly dance classes improved balance and stability. Her project — collaborating with ENB, Manchester Metropolitan University and dance social enterprise Equilibrium — used ballet and classical Indian dance.
Some participants reported that Indian hand gestures had allowed them to do previously impossible practical tasks, such as opening jars and reaching for objects. Bek is excited. The more I can keep active and fit, the longer I will live with the disease.
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Whether it is ballet, contemporary or traditional Indian dance, classes appear to have similar effects. All are moving more fluently, one woman who arrived in a wheelchair leaves the room pushing it and all are laughing and joking. It is hoped that health and social care professionals will be among the delegates. Facebook Twitter Pinterest.
Part of me was nervous about trying again, but I pulled open the doors and walked in. I was a little early. The children sat on the mat, listening to their instructor tell them about David and Goliath. I watched some people I had met the previous week come in. Divided into two teams, we started by pushing a padded cylinder across the mat. It was a little tougher than it looked.
Were they mad a girl was on their team? The stone face! They have it, too!
I have written about PD for over 12 years, talked about it for over 14, and lived with it for probably over But last night, I saw 12 other people wearing my masked face. Call it crazy or call it community. Either works. After our team won, we were divided into groups of two and rotated to six different stations: sit-ups, climbing a cargo net which just about ripped my hands off , rope thingies, leg lifts, jump-rope, and more ….
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We continued through other drills and finished off boxing noncontact with the instructors. It was harder than I expected, requiring stamina and perseverance I forgot I had. Call me crazy or call it community. I liked the community.
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