adult virtual Bridging Session

Pain, Anxiety and Balance Concerns? Consider a Virtual Session

Virtual session for adults – What’s different?

From a client’s wife in Kansas City, MO –

“He was moving much better during our walk that followed your session. He walked more quickly as well.

Cara easily navigated us through simple movements virtually. These movements resulted in more fluidity and flexibility for his body after a debilitating illness that left him very weak and de-conditioned.”

From Cara –

“This client was very active before a series of medical issues a year ago. The many procedures upset the ability of his core to be centered and to rotate easily with everyday life transitions such as sit to stand, walking, and stairs. His body’s disorganization also left him generally fatigued. The medical support kept him alive, but his quality of life needed a boost.

We met three times virtually where I guided his wife through a series of movements to center his core organization and re-establish specific attributes of core movement and control. He is now back to his active life!”  Read more

holiday travel stresses

Finding Calm Amidst Chaos: Dad’s Going to Fly!

  • Worried about how to keep parents involved with family celebrations?
  • Feeling stressed just thinking about the details of flying a parent?
  • Is your parent so anxious that they are opting out?

If this describes the reality of this season for you, keep reading. We are here to help. Read more

Falling can be an issue for older adults.

Beyond Concussion: I Keep Falling. Why?

“I’m 75 and trying to stay active. I keep falling and no one can figure out why. I don’t want to use this walker but I’m afraid to be moving around without it.”

Falling, a post-concussion issue?

Head injuries don’t just happen to children and athletes. Falls amongst older adults are a leading cause of head injuries. (Statistics are below.) Read more