Experience your elder years with health and vitality
Learn how our exercises will help you improve your balance, enhance your brain function and grow your emotional and physical well-being one small step at a time.
Move With Balance is a fun and national award winning program that is designed to help elders improve their balance and cognitive skills. It is scientifically proven to reduce falls by 66%. As a non-profit, our mission is to dramatically improve the lives of elders and their families in their own communities.
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Our national award winning book is the cornerstone of learning how to move with balance. The book's easy-to-follow exercises are scientically proven to help increase coordination, sharpen cognitive skills, improve vision, and enhance self-confidence.
- Over 100 brightly illustrated pages
- Dozens of movements that anyone can do
- Includes over 60 exercise demonstration videos
- Available for download and in print
Enjoy some of our other short videos with original music.
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February 2 -- "Preview" --- What is Move With Balance®? Come and learn about this evidence-based, award-winning program. It’s perfect for those of you who want to improve your physical balance, prevent falls, and stimulate your brain to focus better, in a safe...
On November 2, 2016 the State of Maryland Nutrition and Health Promotion Programs Manager brought together the statewide network of Maryland AAAs (Area Agencies on Aging) via web-meeting to discuss pertinent policies and also to share best practices. They wanted to...
Move With Balance® at the AARP Hawaii Caregiver Conference Saturday, October 29, 2016, 1:00 to 4:30 p.m. Cost: Free Location: Marriot Courtyard Kauai at Coconut Beach 650 Aleka Loop, Kapaa, Kauai'i Hundreds of people on Kauai are helping older loved ones to live...
“Move With Balance is a unique and therapeutic approach to integration of the motor, sensory, and vestibular systems of the brain. The program understands the positive outcomes of caring for our cognitive, motor, and spiritual selves which is particularly beneficial to older adults.”Paul Nussbaum, Ph.D., ABPP
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