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GREAT RECOMMENDATIONS I TURNED 80 and have used MANY OF YOUR RECOMMENDATIONS
This post is excellent and objective. Thank you!
Thank you for showing me how to achieve and improve my balance. I am 78 and need this balance practice on a daily basis. thank you again for your great advice. It is well appreciated.
Thank you..I.plan to. , start tomorrow
Will advise result in 3-4 weeks
I have done these exercises and also they have been a part of my Yoga practice. Recently I have been going to classes in Feldenkrais. The minute attention paid to each exercise for every movement one makes, seems to improve my focus when I am walking.
I am a stumbler if I don’t focus when walking.
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