1. Chair Yoga for Seniors, by Cheryl Todd

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    Chair Yoga for Seniors is a short, robust program that will help all people remain limber into their senior years without requiring anything but a simple chair. Yoga instructor, Cheryl Todd, takes the viewer through a few exercises that will limber up and tone the arms, back, shoulders, legs, and feet. You'll notice the difference right away.

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    • Seniors and Tai Chi

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      The practice of tai chi puts balance into 54-year-old June Getford’s life. “I’ve been fascinated by tai chi. The movement, the meditation, the sense of balance and memory exercise.” She uses it as a release both mentally and physically. “If I am having hip pain it allows me to adjust my walking or standing positions, sitting positions into a more evenly weighted stance.” Science is now seeing the value in exercises like tai chi, for the elderly in particular. Study after study finds it may improve health conditions ranging from fibromyalgia to Parkinson’s disease to Alzheimer’s. “Exercise is probably the most effective way to improve cognitive ability. In order to do that the exercise should include movement, complexity and memory, which tai chi does,” says Dr. Marc Rowe, a tai chi instructor at Lee Memorial Health System. Lee Memorial Health System offers tai chi classes for seniors. It helps keep them on their feet and moving in the right direction. “About 50% of people over 80 have lost enough fitness that they can’t do the normal chores to make themselves independent around the house. So we want to develop a package, a comprehensive program with tai chi as its centerpiece to train seniors to be more functional and independent,” says Dr. Rowe. It doesn’t take long for require much space, just a series of thoughtful movements that give June and others peace of mind. “I’m hoping it will keep me more stable as I age, aging graceful in that sense,” sys Getford. “I’m teaching them to speak a little dance they can take home and for 15 minutes a day they can quietly go out in their patio or their yard and maybe with a friend, do their tai chi,” says Dr. Rowe. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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      • --Reyes Works-- Say No to Beto 2

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        Proven leadership that you can trust for our entire community. Reyes works to keep social security in place for you and your children... Vote Reyes and keep El Paso's strong advocate in Washington! www.facebook.com/ReyesWorks For more info on Means Testing visit http://reyesforcongress.com/fact.php Recently, the El Paso Times followed up with Mr. O'Rourke and he AGAIN pledged his support for means testing while trying to lie to El Paso! "What Beto doesn't know, what Beto doesn't understand can hurt El Paso," Reyes said. Means testing, O'Rourke said, would ensure that money is going to the people who need it most. He described his proposals as "modest" and "reasonable." http://www.elpasotimes.com/news/ci_20320478/rep-silvestre-reyes-takes-shot-at-budget-proposal

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        • SumrYoga Home Visit

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          Sumr Soudi Breez is a certified yoga teacher who provides Chair Yoga classes and home visits to seniors, and special needs citizens in the Phoenix, Arizona area. Yoga has potential power to change the lives and thus society. Sumr came to Pepper Brydon to find a family to film showing steps of an actual home visit. (See Train the Trainer Home Visit Video, 2013). Other Actual DVDs; Beginning Soothing Back and Intermediate Refresh the Nervous System Instructional Programs stream for Sumr's clients and students. Sumr's web site: ReleaseThruBreath.com. The Sa Ta Na Ma exercise is reviewed in a medical research study out of U of A, and helps enhance memory. SumrYoga Home Visit is in shot in 1080p HD, with a Sony camera. Home Visit - Home Health

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          • Aetosian's DanceDanceProm

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            ERHS Class of 2012's submission for David's Bridal and Men's Wearhouse Dance Dance Prom Competition. The Aetosian's love to express themselves through the time honored art of dance. If they win you'll allow them to dance their way to prom and follow their dreams. Are they humans or they dancers? Both, so please vote for them. Background track: Bang Bang by Empire Isis

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            • White Castle High School - c/o 2012

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              White Castle High School - c/o 2012

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              • Conflict! The Inner Struggle Of Parenting Your Parents

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                Conflict! The Inner Struggle Of Parenting Your Parents is a look at the inner struggle and turmoil an adult child is forced to deal with, as he becomes his parents’ parent. This is a confrontation that is faced by adult children of many elderly parents!

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                • FC Powder Puff, 2012 (VIDEO)

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                  Not since the class of 2002 has there been such dominance. And this year, the seniors made sure the class of 2012 would be remembered as they shut out an upstart sophomore class, 14-0. As the whistle blew the final time on this early spring day, the seniors celebrated a three-peat victory in the annual Powder Puff football game, March 23. Playing evening and night spring Powder Puff has become a new tradition for the lady footballers who are not accustomed to playing their sport under the lights in front of the still newly constructed grandstands (2011). While the girls were duking it out on the North Field, the boys set up for cheers on the sidelines and often were left wondering now their female counterparts do those students? Some relented and said, "cheerleading indeed is a sport." While sophomores earned second place in 2012, the freshmen took on the juniors and defeated the upperclassmen, 20-6. Some wondered aloud whether the rookies might give the sophomores a run for their money in next year's title game, much to the chagrin of the juniors.

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                  • Rego Park Senior Center: One For All

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                    As Baby Boomers age, senior advocates and the New York City administrators are bracing themselves for an influx of retirees that is expected to increase New York City’s aging population by a third between now and 2030. On Thursdays at Rego Park Senior Center in Queens, a hundred or so elderly visitors bounce from line dancing to floral design class to a “hot topics” discussion session. In the center’s large main hall, splashed with flags, posters and activity boards, some visitors play mahjong for hours, while the more athletic seniors abandon their walkers for a ping-pong paddle. “It’s fun, and makes me so happy because I have somewhere to go,” said Rose Visconte, a former radio announcer who comes to Rego Park four days a week, speaking in Chinese. “In the Philippines, I already learned Tai Chi. So, when I came here, I come to the senior center and lead the Tai-Chi Fan, Tai-Chi sword. I’m already 77 years old. When you want to be a healthy and happy person, do more activities.” Administrators at senior centers in immigrant enclaves such as Rego Park have learned that seniors are more likely to show up at programs that offer activities they’re familiar with, as well as opportunities to hobnob with others that speak the same language. Find the article for this video at - voicesofny.org/2012/09/special-project-graying-in-color/ Find out more about The Rego Park Senior Center, including how you can bring a senior to the center or volunteer - go to http://www.queenscommunityhouse.org/index.php/Senior--Centers/programs-rego-park-senior-center.html

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                    • India Home: All For One

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                      As Baby Boomers age, senior advocates and the New York City administrators are bracing themselves for an influx of retirees that is expected to increase New York City’s aging population by a third between now and 2030. Rachit Manglani, a home care coordinator at India Home, talks to seniors one–on-one about health care and how to find help with their medical needs. Many South Asian seniors have trouble getting that kind of information in their own community, he said. “It’s a very closed society till now,” said Manglani. “Socialization is a must… [India Home] is one place where they get all these services under one roof. All this information, home care, everything, under one roof.” Yoga classes are among the activities on offer at India Home, a roving senior center in Queens. Many of India Home’s participants speak a little English, but for some, their language skills are not sharp enough to navigate the social security system, even with the translation services available at city agencies. The participants say they prefer to get the information at India Home, in their own language. “We can get knowledge about how to survive… if you have low income, how to get help from government,” said Bhanu J. Shah, 66. Sometimes, she said, she takes the information she learns here and passes it on to friends and family members. In that way, South Asian seniors help each other and themselves, Shah said. Find the article for this video at - voicesofny.org/2012/09/special-project-graying-in-color/ To find out more about India Home including it's expanded locations, go to http://www.indiahome.org/

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