You have probably done one of our tandem stand exercises before. This is a new version with added challenge. It’s only 3 minutes long so grab a pen and click play on the video above to do the exercise together!
If you want to get moving, relieve stiff joints and feel more flexible, this 7-minute video is the one for you. It’s a great way to start your day! It also works after you’ve been sitting down for a while or as a warm-up before something more vigorous.
This exercise is a good (slightly advanced) variation on the Heel Raise that we often do. It’s really good for strengthening your ankles, which is crucial for good balance.
This is such a great exercise to do. Apart from anything else, it just feels good! You can do this anytime and anywhere. We do it as part of the warm-up in our Strong Foundations classes. I know people who do it before they get out of bed in the morning.
This balance exercise is a variation on the one leg stand. Better balance means you can feel confident and steady on your feet. It’s easier to go out, see friends and actively participate in life when you aren’t worried about your balance.
This simple exercise will mobilise your middle and upper back. It’s great as a warm-up exercise, whether before doing other exercises, or just when getting ready for your day.
This gentle exercise will lubricate your hip joint, reducing stiffness and allowing you to move more easily. Keeping your hip joint healthy and moving well will help you to feel stable and confident on your feet. It may also reduce pain and discomfort in your hip joint.
This simple exercise will improve your posture and relieve neck pain and stiffness. It’s a great one to do regularly throughout the day, and especially after you have spent time on your computer or tablet, when you may have been holding your neck in an uncomfortable position.
This is one of the best exercises you can do to stay strong and independent.
This simple exercise will help to relieve stiffness in your upper back. This will help you move more easily everyday. Mobilising your upper back will relieve pain and discomfort in your neck. It will help you to improve your posture and stand up tall.