September is Fall Prevention Month and our Eskaton Movement Ambassadors are teaming up to educate you on how to incorporate more physical activity into your routine. Yen Lu, a movement artist and resident who lives at Eskaton Village Carmichael believes that all movement should be a source of happiness. She shares that motion is the foundation of being and does not have to include an elevated heart rate and sweating. Learn more by downloading our educational BALANCE magazine.
Click here to view 15 simple movements that improve your posture, strength and balance.
The Steady and Stable Video was a dedicated effort by the Sacramento Ballet’s Balance Class, Kaiser Permanente and Eskaton to provide fall prevention education and awareness to the community. The video highlights exercises that are designed to be done seated or standing to improve balance, strength and flexibility. Read more here.
Disclaimer: The information provided is for educational and informational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical, financial, health, social or environmental advice.